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Check out the fun at STEAMfest tomorrow at Davidson Farmers Market

Sept. 10. Visit STEAMfest at the Davidson Lands Conservancy booth at the Davidson Farmers Market 9 am to  noon Saturday, Sept. 10,  to show your support for community land preservation. Attendees can check out the  Sun Prints craft or try he Run For Green trivia quiz. This free activity is presented by the STEAMfest team […]

Application forms for Christmas in Davidson available

Sept. 8.  Applications for Christmas in Davidson, one of the town’s signature events, are now available online.  Christmas in Davidson will take place 6-9 pm Thursday, Dec. 1; Friday, Dec. 2; and Saturday, Dec. 3. The town is seeking event sponsorships, food vendors, artisan vendors and entertainment. Trolley service from neighborhoods and remote parking areas […]

Ukraine

All invited to attend Davidson for Ukraine event

Sept. 7. Davidson for Ukraine is hosting an educational event Sept. 15 to inform people about the war on Ukraine and learn about how Ukrainian refugees are doing and how to help them. There are many Ukrainian refugees in the area; since April, Davidson for Ukraine has helped nearly two dozen of them. Davidson College […]

Murder on the Orient Express opens this month

Sept. 6. The Davidson Community Players production of Murder on the Orient Express opens Sept. 22. Tickets can be purchased by calling 704-892-7953 or going online. Advance tickets: Adult – $20; senior (65+) – $18; student (under 21) – $15. The play runs through Oct. 9 at the Armour Street Theatre, 307 Armour St., Davidson.

Rusty Knox serves as mayor of Davidson and is also a local musician

Davidson ringing community dinner bell at Beaver Dam

Aug. 30. The Town of Davidson is holding a community dinner on Sept, 22 at the historic Beaver Dam plantation house on Davidson-Concord Road. They’re serving BBQ, macaroni and cheese, baked beans, cookies and brownies. “I am a firm believer in the fellowship of breaking bread together—it’s a great peace-maker and relationship builder,” said Mayor […]

Davidson composting program starts soon

Aug. 30. The Town of Davidson has teamed up with Crown Town Compost to reduce food waste at the landfill by introducing a new pilot composting program. This program will allow enrolled residents, up to 250 households, to bring their food scraps to five drop-off locations in Davidson for composting. Registration will begin Sept. 1. […]

Want to be in the North Meck Holiday Parade?

Aug. 29. Organizers of the 40th Annual North Mecklenburg Holiday Parade will accept the first 100 applicants to participate. Applications will be available Sept. 1.  The parade is Saturday, Dec. 3. It steps off 1 pm at the intersection of Main and Griffith streets in Davidson, and ends in Cornelius. For information on the North […]

Lorimer reopening for the weekend

Aug. 26. Lorimer Road between Thompson Street and Pine Road, where the water main break occurred earlier this week, will be closed until 3:30 pm but it will temporarily reopen for the weekend. Repairs will continue early next week.

Significant water main break in Davidson

Aug. 24. There has been a “significant” water main break on Lorimer Road in Davidson between Pine and Thompson. Expect extended road closures if you’re driving through, as well as interrupted service. As of late morning Wednesday, CLT Water was en route to begin repairs.

CLT Water closing part of South Street in Davidson

Aug. 23: Charlotte Water will close South Street from Cathey Street to Mimosa Street from late August to early October because of a major wastewater project. The connector between Antiquity and downtown Davidson is also home to baseball fields, churches, schools and the future Davidson Town Hall. The wastewater project, which extends to Hillside at […]