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Davidson announces Concerts on the Green schedule

April 8. Davidson’s traditional concert series, Concerts on the Green, hosts concerts on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month from 6 pm -8 pm on the Town Green in downtown. Concerts on April 28 and June 16 are on Sundays, and July 4 is on a Thursday this year. 2024 Concerts on the […]

Hop Into Spring Saturday at Wilhelm Park

March 19. [UPDATED] Spring has sprung: Cornelius Parks & Recreation will hold Hop Into Spring this Saturday at James Hoyt Wilhelm Park behind Cornelius Elementary, starting at 2 pm and ending at 4. Of course, Peter Cottontail and his best duck friend will be there. Update: The event has been moved inside due to rain. […]

Learn Music event at BoatYard LKN March 24

March 18. Learn Music is holding a live music event where bands made of students play sets at BoatYard LKN on March 24. The “Legends Showcase” will include 13 bands performing live this Sunday, from noon to 6 pm. The event is free and open to the public.

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Discovery Place Kids – Huntersville to host eclipse activities

March 18. Discovery Place Science and Discovery Place Kids – Huntersville will celebrate the 2024 solar eclipse with interactive, eclipse- and astronomy-themed activities leading up to the celestial event on April 8. Each museum will offer a variety of outdoor activities free to the public and host viewing parties on their respective parking decks. Beginning […]

Unique cooking class will be held at Ada Jenkins

March 18. Ada Jenkins Center’s “Apple a Day” Cooking Classes for a Healthy Lifestyle are open to the first 10 people who register. Classes will be held every Monday from March 25 to June 3. Participants must be age 55 or older and can attend class regularly every week for all 10 sessions as well […]

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Branch out with Arbor Day celebration March 23 in Davidson

March 13. Arbor Day was launched in the United States in 1872 by J. Sterling Morton in Nebraska City, Neb. By the 1920s, each state in the United States had passed public laws stipulating a certain day for observances. —National Arbor Day is celebrated every year on the last Friday in April; other states have […]

Pickleball tournament March 24 benefits scholarship preschool

March 13. Cornelius Early Scholars is kicking off its spring fundraising campaign with a pickleball tournament on Sunday, March 24 from 1 pm to 4 pm at Torrence Chapel Park. The cost is $50 per person to play in this double-elimination format. For more information or to register to play, please email corneliusearlyscholars@gmail.com. The tournament […]

Big Day at the Lake ‘Beach Bash’ is March 8

March 4. The Big Day at the Lake crew will host the annual Beach Bash Friday March 8 at Lost Worlds Brewery. This year’s theme is “Yacht Rock Style,” with the Thurston Howell Band performing. Details The event runs 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm, with a special VIP tour starting at 5:30. Tickets are $50 […]

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Cain Center adds new shows to spring schedule

March 1. Cain Center for the Arts has added two completely new spring performances, including one with a strong local connection. Dustbowl Revival is a totally new show, at 8 pm on Friday May 10. They have “always been about pushing the boundaries of what American roots music can be. In many ways, they could […]

Special St. Patrick’s Day concert at St. Alban’s

Feb. 29. On Sunday, March 17 at 3 pm, Music at St. Alban’s presents the Celtic ensemble Poisoned Dwarf.  The St. Patrick’s Day event starts with a preconcert talk at 2 in the sanctuary. Arrive early or buy tickets online at https://www.ticketleap.events/tickets/masaevents/poisoned-dwarf-celtic-ensemble Tickets are $20 each, $15 for seniors. Doors to St.Alban’s open at 1:30 […]