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The Happenings: Will I see you in September?

SEPT. 4: Shot thru the Heart perform at Concerts @ the Circles

Trying to figure out what to do? This calendar, published weekly on Thursdays, can point you to some of the best options in Lake Norman. Submit your entertainment and event news to [email protected].

We’ve included some additional dates for events you need to register for or purchase tickets in advance.

With the Delta variant spreading rapidly and hospitals filling up, we are pausing promotion of indoor events. We provide Events as a public service each Thursday.

 Here’s a look at what’s coming up:

Sept. 1

NoteWorthy concert series

7:30 pm. Contemporary gospel artist Karen Poole. Joined by violinist Alice Silva, trumpeter Keenan Harmon, and trombonist Brent Ballard, Poole’s electrifying voice and uplifting spirit will shake the rafters at the Blumenthal’s Stage Door Theatre. The performance can be viewed with Facebook Live at Facebook.com/wdavclassical.

Sept. 2

Concert at LangTree

6-9 pm. Flashback The Party Band at LangTree Lake Norman, 401 Langtree Rd., Mooresville.

Pickleball 101

9-11am. Come learn the game everyone gets addicted to playing. Holbrook Park, 100 Sherwood Dr., Huntersville. Details: Email Josh Brock.

Sept. 3: PUSHH perform at Live Under the Oaks

Sept. 3

Live Under the Oaks

6-8 pm. PUSHH. September is Hunger Action Month.  Each Friday in September, Birkdale Village will be collecting donations from in effort to end hunger in our community. If you bring five items at once, you will receive a special swag item. Please review the list of items below and bring them with you when you come to attend the concerts. Suggested donation items:  Spaghetti, ravioli, chili, canned fish or meat, peanut butter, canned low sodium soups or stews, canned or dry beans, canned fruits in juice, canned low sodium vegetables.

Watch Me Dance – Chicago Stepping 

7-8 pm Fridays through Dec. 26 at the Huntersville Arts & Cultural Center, 109 S. Old Statesville Rd. Purple Charlotte Steppers presents an interactive dance series that promotes social connectivity and health through movement. This series celebrates American style social dancing. Watch Me Dance highlights the American social dance styles birthed in African-American communities, including Chicago Stepping, Detroit Ballroom and Soul Line Dancing. This series is open to children 10 and older and adult children of all ages. This series features a new class customized for the visually impaired. Contact/Registration: Demond Carter, 704-380-7264; www.purplecharlotte.com.

Sept. 3 – 13: Field of Honor

Sept. 3 – 13

Field of Honor

 Flags will fly in tribute to the victims of 9/11 at Veterans Park and Town Center Lawn in downtown Huntersville. On Sept 11 at  8:46 am-10:46 am, the town will host a moment of silence in remembrance of those who lost their lives and give thanks to those still serving us today. Visit the Huntersville Town website  for information, and follow the event on Facebook.  

Sept. 4

Concerts @ the Circles

Shot thru the Heart, Bon Jovi Tribute. 6-8 pm on Jetton Street in front of The Linden Apartments, Davidson.

Downtown Mooresville’s Festival of Food Trucks

5 pm- 8:30 pm. Food and live music in downtown Mooresville, 215 N. Main St.

Walk with a Doc

A program for everyone interested in taking steps for a healthier lifestyle. You’ll take a few minutes to learn about a current health topic from a Novant physician, then spend the rest of the hour enjoying a healthy walk and fun conversation. It’s a great way to get active, and enjoy all the benefits that come from walking.

 

Sept. 4: Stand up paddleboard lessons

Stand Up Paddleboard 

9:30-11 am. The Cornelius Parks & Recreation Department is partnering with the Lake Norman Community Sailing Center to offer stand up paddleboarding lessons.$25 for Cornelius residents, $35 for others.

Battle of Charlotte Living History Weekend

10 am-9 pm; concert starts at 6 pm. his weekend marks the 241st Anniversary of this pivotal time in not only the history of The American Revolution but also Charlotte Mecklenburg County itself. Through multiple interpretive demonstrations such as kids drill, weapons demonstrations, cooking, music, camp life, and more, you can truly become immersed into what life was like in the 1700s. The Amazing Maize Maze will also be opening early on Labor Day Weekend, exclusively for those who buy tickets to the Battle of Charlotte. Tickets are on sale now, starting at $8 for children and $13 for adults. Historic Rural Hill, 4431 Neck Road, Huntersville.

Sept. 5 

Battle of Charlotte Living History Weekend

10am-4pm. This weekend marks the 241st Anniversary of this pivotal time in not only the history of The American Revolution but also Charlotte Mecklenburg County itself. Through multiple interpretive demonstrations such as kids drill, weapons demonstrations, cooking, music, camp life, and more, you can truly become immersed into what life was like in the 1700s. The Amazing Maize Maze will also be opening early on Labor Day Weekend, exclusively for those who buy tickets to the Battle of Charlotte. Tickets  are on sale now, starting at $8 for children and $13 for adults. Historic Rural Hill, 4431 Neck Road, Huntersville.

Concerts on the Green

Gospelfest, gospel. 6-8 pm on The Village Green downtown Davidson.

Sept. 7

Disc Golf AM League

5:45 pm Tuesdays through Sept. 7 at Bradford Park, 17005 Davidson-Concord Rd., Huntersville.  Sign-ups start 5:15-5:40 pm by Hole 1. $5 entry. Info: Pat Bowles, [email protected].

Sept. 11-Nov 7: Rural Hill Amazing Maize Maze

Sept. 11 – Nov 7

Rural Hill Amazing Maize Maze

Weekends starting Sept.11, weekdays starting Sept.14. Night mazes starting in October. Get lost in seven acres of corn; perfect for socially-distanced, outdoor, family friendly fun. The Amazing Maize Maze is one of the largest corn mazes in the Southeast. A mask is required to enter the maze. Advance ticket purchase required. Weekend tickets, $9-$17.   Weekday tickets, $9-$12. Historic Rural Hill, 4431 Neck Road, Huntersville.

Sept. 13

LKN Kiwanis Club Golf Tournament 2021

Check in/registration 11 am. Shotgun start 12 pm. Individual golfer $120; foursomes $480. Registration: registering, email  Gary Garcia  or call  404-917-4751. Cowan’s Ford Country Club, 761 Club Dr., Denver. Proceeds from this tournament will help the Lake Norman Kiwanis Club improve the lives of children in the area.

Oct. 2

16th Annual Run for Green

Register now. Davidson Land Conservancy’s Run for Green offers an in-person 5k, 10k, and half marathon, virtual run options, and a variety of volunteer opportunities. After the race, enjoy live music and mingle on the green.

Saturdays and Sundays Oct. 2- Nov. 21: Carolina Renaissance Festival

Saturdays and Sundays, Oct.  2 – Nov. 21

Carolina Renaissance Festival

10 am – 5:30 pm. The interactive event is a combination of outdoor theater, circus, open air arts and crafts fair, jousting tournament and food. Tickets $27 adults starting at 13 years; $17 ages 5-12 years; 4 and younger free.  Renaissance Festival fairgrounds,16445 Poplar Tent Road, Huntersville.

 

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