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Upcoming Events

Events Jan. 16 – Jan. 22

Monday, Jan. 20 is Martin Luther King Jr. day. Join the town of Mooresville in celebrating Unity Week on Friday.  It’s board game night on Thursday at Parker, Banner, Kent & Wayne.  Bring your own board game or use one of theirs. Snowfest hits Huntersville on Saturday using an artificial snow machine. Head over to Discovery Place Kids for Winnie the Pooh Day, also on Saturday.


Thursday, Jan.16

Connecting Cornelius: Evening Edition

Monthly meet & greets with the Cornelius Board of Commissioners and Town Staff.

Endothermic Animals

Endothermic animals can control their own body temperature internally. They are known as warm blooded. Learn more about the different types of warm-blooded animals and how they adapt to their environments.

Board Game Night

Free Event. Come out and play games, bring your own or use one of ours from a wide collection of demo games.  Starts at 5:00 to Close. Parker Banner Kent & Wayne, Cornelius.

Drop In Art

Ages 3 and up, join us for one of the projects or roam the stations and do them all! Mixed media projects are adaptable to each age. Monday’s & Thursday’s, 10am-12pm, Cornelius Arts Center.


Friday, Jan. 17

Unity Week Celebration

The Town of Mooresville, in conjunction with the Mooresville Graded School District and other community partners, will host a three-day event that includes performances, community service projects and a breakfast to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 9am-5pm, downtown Mooresville.

2nd Annual Book Club Bash

Main Street Books invites book clubs to join us with representatives from two great publishing companies, Hachette and Algonquin Books, for a peek at these industry insiders’ top picks for book club selections and avid readers in 2020. Main Street Books, Davidson.


Saturday, Jan. 18


Make sure you bring your sled, toboggan, or tube and get ready for an afternoon of winter fun with family & friends. Richard Barry Memorial Park, Huntersville, 4pm-7pm.

Davidson College Concert Series: The Steve Sandberg Quartet

Three-time Emmy-nominated composer/pianist Steve Sandberg plays original music that masterfully blends classical, world music, and jazz with the excitement of virtuosic improvisation.

Backcountry Soldiers: A Day at the Encampment

Experience camp life as a Revolutionary War soldier with the Piedmont Partisans at Historic Latta! It’s winter 1781. Latta Plantation, Huntersville.

Teen Geek Club

Bring out your inner geek and share your fandom with Marvel themed activities! Cornelius Public Library, 2pm.

Winnie the Pooh Day

Celebrate everyone’s favorite “silly old bear.” Bring your favorite “stuffed with fluff” bear or other animal and journey with us through the Hundred Acre Woods as our friends from the Library share with us some amazing activities for Winnie the Pooh Day. Discovery Place Kids, Huntersville.  11:15am – 1:45pm.

Skulls & Skins

Join a ranger to talk about skins and skulls of different animals. You will be allowed to inspect and investigate each item. Lake Norman State Park, Troutman.


Sunday, Jan. 19

Poisioned Dwarf: Celtic Musicians

Poisoned Dwarf will perform Celtic music featuring Irish flute, whistle, guitar, Scottish small-pipes, banjo, and a variety of percussion instruments.


Monday, Jan. 20

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

All Government offices closed.


Tuesday, Jan. 21

Archaeology of the Jewish Diaspora in the Americas, 1600s to 1800s

David Markus (Clemson University). A Portion of the People:  The Archaeology of the Jewish Diaspora in the Americas, 1600s – 1800s. 7:30pm, Davidson College, Semans Auditorium.


Wednesday, Jan. 22

Charlie Chaplin’s “The Cure”

Join ragtime pianist, raconteur, and three-time winner of the World Championship Old-Time Piano Playing Contest Ethan Uslan as he accompanies Charlie Chaplin’s 1917 silent film The Cure. FREE and open to the public. Sloan Music Center Tyler-Tallman Recital Hall, Davidson.