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Former legislator, psychiatrist will field questions on medical marijuana

Jeff Tarte, a 6-year member of both the NC Senate Health Care Committee and Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health Care, has been added to the Newsmakers Breakfast agenda Wednesday morning June 19 at The Peninsula Club. The former NC senator is a graduate of the Legislative Health Policy Fellows Program at the NC Institute […]

Coach Healy speaking June 20 at Chamber

June 10. The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce will host UNC Charlotte Football Coach Will Healy Thursday, June 20 at a PowerLuncheon at NorthStone Country Club. The topic is “Building the Winning Team from the Gridiron to the Board Room.” He will discuss how leadership is not about a title or a designation as much […]

Gospel Jam June 28

Point of Grace Lutheran Church will hold a Gospel Jam Friday, June 28 from 7 to 9 pm at the church, 20700 N. Main in Cornelius. There will be music, singing and refreshments. If you play an instrument, please bring it with you so you can join in the sing-a-long. The church is in the […]


Awesome Asian Festival returns to Cornelius May 18

  The Charlotte Asian Festival, complete with a Parade of Nations, will turn Ramsey Creek Park into the United Nations of Charlotte this Saturday May 18. Started by the Carolinas Asian American Chamber of Commerce 20 years ago, the festival is among the most popular and well-known in the Southeast. Charlotte, meanwhile, has one of […]

Butterfly Run is May 18

The third annual Butterfly Run in honor of the late Lauren Kimsey gets under way at 8 am Saturday May 18 at Aquesta Bank in Cornelius. The event, which will feature a live butterfly release, is organized by the Lauren Marie Kimsey Foundation for Synovial Sarcoma. Lauren Kimsey passed away from synovial sarcoma in 2016 […]


Shakespeare on the Green May 16-18

  Davidson Community Players will present three free performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” on May 16-18 on the Davidson Village Green. Pre-show entertainment begins at 6:30 p.m.; the performance begins at 7 p.m. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is the most magical of all of William Shakespeare’s comedies, portraying the events surrounding the marriage of […]

Community bike ride May 11 rescheduled

The Lake Norman Bike Expo and Community Ride scheduled for today will be rescheduled due to expected inclement weather. The ride, which was planned to leave from Bailey Road Recreation Center, will be reescheduled to coincide with the opening of the new Antiquity Greenway. More info: www.cornelius.org/parc or call 704-892-6031 X 160.

Gallery Crawl May 11

Works from new artists Gil Horne and LaPorscha Smith will be unveiled during the monthly Second Saturday Gallery Crawl at Foster’s Frame & Art Gallery 6-9 pm May 11. The gallery is at 102 N. Old Statesville Road in Huntersville.

Covekeepers meet May 23 in Denver

The Lake Norman Covekeepers meeting will be 7 pm May 23 at St. Peter By The Lake Episcopal Church, 8433 Fairfield Forest Road in Denver. Brandon Jones, the new Catawba Riverkeeper, will provide an update on the actions of the NC General Assembly with regard to water and environmental issues. More info: Ben Benoit 704-489-6249.

Twilight Rotary Open House

The Twilight Rotary At The Lake Club will hold an Open House and Membership Recruitment meeting Wednesday May 8 at El Toro Mexican Grill, 20930 Torrence Chapel Road. The event, which starts at 5:30 pm, includes a guest speaker who will talk about increasing sales. Rotary promises special-priced Margaritas.