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Weekender June 27-30: Music, ‘9 to 5’ and more

Thursday, June 27

LangTree Live

6:30-9 pm | June 27. Tangerine Trees. Beatles tribute band. LangTree Lake Norman, 401 Langtree Rd., Mooresville.

Friday, June 28

Food Truck Fridays

11:30 am-1pm | June 28. RiQras de Empanadasrus. Bring your friends, family, and co-workers and enjoy lunch. The picnic tables will be available for seating. Cain Park, 21336 Catawba Ave.

CSO @ McGuire Nuclear Station

8:30 pm| June 28. Join the Charlotte Symphony for its annual free summer concert at Duke Energy’s EnergyExplorium at McGuire Nuclear Station, Huntersville.

Fun Fridays: Food Bingo

Noon – 2 pm | June 28. Free summer activity for all children of all ages in Donoghue’s Open Door, located inside FeedNC, 2456 Charlotte Hwy., Mooresville 28117.

Live Under The Oaks

6-8 pm | June 28. Gump Fiction. No coolers are allowed on property. A bar will be onsite in the designated area provided by Red Rocks for beverage needs. Bring lawn chairs and blankets to sit on. Seating space may be limited. The Plaza, Birkdale Village, Huntersville.


Saturday, June 29

Concert in the Park – Charlotte Symphony & Fireworks

7-10 pm | June 29. Free event. No pets or smoking. Bring a blanket or lawn chair. Fireworks display will follow the performance. Village Park,700 West C St., Kannapolis.

Entrepreneur Expo

11 am | June 29. Over 25 vendors from event planners, medical professionals, caterers, interior designers and more. The primary goal of the Entrepreneur Expo is to allow a few small business’ that have supported Be The Lite to present to the local community in a way that will bring awareness to what they do and showcase what they offer. Cain Center for the Arts.

Through June 30

‘9 to 5 The Musical’

See websites for schedule. Davidson Community Players’ signature summer musical. Duke Family Performance Hall, Davidson.

Sunday, June 30

Historic Tour of the Store

1-2:15 pm and 3-4 pm | June 30. Step back in time to 1779 and explore the Hugh Torance House and Store and grounds.  The historic Hugh Torance House and Store is the oldest-standing store in NC and one of Mecklenburg County’s few surviving 18th-century structures. The site is adjacent to Cedar Grove, the National Register brick 1831 Greek Revival home of James Torrance, son of Hugh and Isabella Torance. This is a free tour but donations are welcome. Hugh Torance House and Store, 8231 Gilead Rd., Huntersville.

• Send your event information to corneliustoday@gmail.com. Deadline is the 15th of the month for the print calendar; one week in advance for online/newsletter calendars.


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