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Party like it’s your birthday, in Mooresville

Feb. 27. The Town of Mooresville will hold a 150th birthday festival from noon to 4 pm in downtown Mooresville on Saturday from noon to 4 pm. Known as Mooresville Day, the event includes activities, vendors, businesses, and organizations that are quintessentially Mooresville. Activities include rides, simulators, bounce houses, trackless train, gem mining, Enchanted Garden, […]

Charlie Mars

Weekly calendar Nov. 14-20: Last chance to catch renaissance festival, new art exhibit, community Thanksgiving service

Trying to figure out what to do this week? This calendar points you to some of the best options in Lake Norman.  Nov. 14 An Ideology that Refuses to Die: Cuba, Six Decades Later, A Cultural Approach  7-8 pm | Nov. 14. Lecture by Damaris Puñales–Alpízar is an Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies and Chair […]

Dance the night away at Huntersville Latino Night on Oct. 14.

Monthly calendar: Check it out and save the dates for October

Here’s highlights of what is going on around Lake Norman in October. For events that repeat weekly, we’ve created an ONGOING category; scroll down and you’ll find it.  Through Oct. 27 Annual Artoberfest Noon – 4 pm | Tuesday-Friday.  10am – 2pm | Saturday. Local artists’ work on displayat Mooresville Arts Depot, 103 W. Center […]

Will Easter & The Nomads

Weekly Agenda Sept. 19-25: Tawba Walk, ‘Murder on the Orient Express,’ Yappy Hour, guided walk, music

Trying to figure out what to do? This calendar can point you to some of the best options in Lake Norman. Check back on Mondays for the Weekly Agenda and Thursdays for the Weekender. For events that repeat weekly, we’ve created an ONGOING category; scroll down and you’ll find it.  Sept. 19 2022 Lake Norman […]

Boo: SCarowinds returns Sept. 16

Sept. 8. SCarowinds returns Sept. 16 with 19 terrifying nights prior to Halloween. All-new scares include five mazes, four ominous shows and 300 monsters nightly. Oh my “Only the bravest will venture inside the Hayden Hill Sanitarium to investigate where patients have been tortured for decades by deranged doctors. The evil medical staff prowls the […]

July 28: Heart Breaker performs at LangTree Lake Norman

Weekly Agenda July 25-31: Theater, music, cars and food trucks

Through July 31 Noises Off! Advance Tickets: Adult, $25-29; senior (65+), $23-27; student (under 21), $15-18. Ages 12 and older. Duke Family Performance Hall, 207 Faculty Drive, Davidson, Davidson College campus. July 28 Live music 6-9 pm. Heart Breaker. LangTree Lake Norman, 401 Langtree Road, Mooresville. July 28-31 Production of Julius Caesar by Free Reign […]

Bridge lessons on Tuesdays at Town Hall

July 21. The Lake Norman Bridge Club is offering a series of lessons for beginning and intermediate players at Cornelius Town Hall from 10 am to 11:30 am Tuesday mornings through Aug. 30 and again following the week of Labor Day. The lessons, which are $10 per session, are taught by club member David Smith. Bridge […]

Huntersville plans a week of fun for everyone

July 13. During the first week of August, Huntersville Parks & Recreation is partnering with the Police Department, Huntersville Fire and Huntersville Presbyterian Church to offer a full week of fun activities for all ages. It’s called “Huntersville Week of Fun – Something for Everyone.” Here’s the schedule: —Move It Monday, Aug. 1, 10 – […]

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Dave Matthews Tribute Band plays Concerts on the Green

June 24. Come see and hear the Dave Matthews Tribute Band on Saturday at the Concerts on the Green in Davidson. It’s free, of course. Food and beverage available for purchase, but you can also bring your own. Do bring chairs or blankets to set up on the Village Green, at the corner of Main […]

Duck and Bunny Hops

Weekend agenda April 15-18: Easter weekend

April 15: A morning with the Easter Bunny April 15 A Morning with the Easter Bunny  10 am – noon.  Bring your toddlers and preschoolers to enjoy Easter-themed crafts, snacks and a chance to take a photo with Peter Cottontail. Don’t forget to bring your camera or smartphone to this free event. Cain Center for […]