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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 […]

Canceled: Concert, discussion Feb. 25 provide perspective on gun violence

CANCELED [Update Jan. 20] Jan. 16. The “After Newtown” program has been canceled. Music at St. Alban’s has canceled the Sunday, Feb. 25  afternoon of music and conversation featuring “After Newtown,” an original composition by Leonard Mark Lewis for euphonium and piano. Thomas Burge, euphonium, will be joined by Lewis on piano in this piece […]

Light show set to music in Davidson | Photo: Cornelius Today

Christmas in Davidson continues tonight and tomorrow, N. Meck Holiday Parade is Saturday

Dec. 1. There are two more nights for Christmas in Davidson, one of the most popular holiday events in Lake Norman. It runs from 6 pm to 9 pm tonight and Saturday. There are holiday light shows, roving entertainers, a live nativity and live music, not to mention shopping in all the stores. Sadly enough, […]

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Davidson Cornelius Child Development Center breakfast is Friday

Oct. 23. The Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center (DCCDC) will hold its annual fundraiser breakfast with community leaders Friday Oct. 27 at Davidson College Presbyterian Church Congregation House. The DCCDC mission is to provide high-quality, affordable early education for any child in our community ages six weeks to six years. Doors will open at 8 am, […]

2 Davidson Community Players’ shows at Cain Center next year

Oct. 16. Davidson Community Players will mount two of its 2024 shows at Cain Center for the Arts in Cornelius. Davidson Community Players’ first show at Cain Center will be Disney’s “Frozen Jr.,” which will run from Jan.25-27, 2024. Adapted from the 2013 movie, this one-hour version of the Broadway musical will enchant families across […]

Davidson hosts Fall Festival Oct. 27-28

Sept. 28. The Town of Davidson is holding the Fall Festival Weekend Oct. 27-Oct. 28. The fun begins with the annual Halloween March down Main Street as retailers hand out treats. Lineup begins at 4:45 pm in front of the Public Safety Building at 216 South Main St. with the start of the march starting […]

Antiquity Bridge, South Street will close for run in Davidson

Sept. 27. The Antiquity Bridge in Cornelius will be closed Saturday from 6 am to 8 am because of the 18th Annual Run for Green in Davidson. Three courses will be set up for 1/2 marathon, 10k and 5k events. South Street into Davidson will be blocked from 6 am to 9 am, as well […]

Town seeks items related to Davidson School’s 75th anniversary

Sept. 26. In honor of the 75th anniversary of The Davidson School, community members and Davidson School alumni will have a chance to tour the building and contribute items for historic preservation. Prior to the Fall Festival Weekend near the end of October, the Town of Davidson will be collecting historic memorabilia. Community members are […]

Community meeting on aspects of hunting around Lake Davidson

Sept. 20. The Davidson Police Department and the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission are hosting a community meeting to discuss various aspects of hunting regulations and public safety around Lake Davidson.  The purpose of the community meeting is to discuss official hunting season dates, locations, regulations and state statutes that govern hunting activities within the community. The community is […]

Davidson announces town tax assistance program

Sept. 19. The Town of Davidson developed the Davidson Tax Assistance Program (DTAP) program supports the town’s goal of anti-displacement. Eligible residents may apply for assistance through Dec. 1, 2023. Grant funds will be paid directly to the Mecklenburg or Iredell tax collector in an amount up to 25% of the town’s portion of ad […]