August 28 What’s Happening

“Brown Bag Lunch Jam.” Sept 6, 13, 20, & 27, noon-1:30pm, Eastern Gateway Park, corner of Depot & E Innes Sts, Salisbury. Series of free outdoor concerts on 4 consecutive Wednesdays. SalisburyNC.Gov/PLAY

“Chicago Rewired.” Sun Sept 3, 6-8pm, Town Green in front of Davidson Public Library, intersection of Main St & Concord Rd, Davidson. Chicago tribute band concert. Bring chair or blanket. Free. ConcertsOnTheGreen.Com

“Doggie Dip Swim Party.” Sat Sept 9, Fred M. Evans Pool, 110 Old Concord Rd, Salisbury. 1-2:30pm: small dogs (25 lbs & under). 2:30-4pm: medium dogs (26-50 lbs). 4-5:30pm: large dogs (51+lbs). $5 per dog. SalisburyNC.Gov/PLAY

“Music at the Mill.” Sat Sept 2, 7-9pm, The Roller Mill, 308 Main St, China Grove. Live concert presented by “The Hook.” Free. ChinaGroveNC.Gov 704-857-2466

“Second Friday Street Festival.” Fri Sept 8, 6-10pm, Oak Street Mill, 19725 Oak St, Cornelius. Live music, local craft beer & wine, food trucks, local artists & crafters, art demos, kids’ activities. OldTownCornelius.Com

“Sunset Run.” Fri Sept 1, 201 W Fisher St, Salisbury. 7:30pm: Half mile fun run. 8pm: 5K race. Benefits United Way. 704-633-1802

“Tonya Wood Music Co.” Fri Sept 8, 5:30-8:30pm, Downtown Statesville on W Broad St in front of MCC. Live outdoor band concert, Rock, Soul, & Blues styles. Admission free. Beer, wine, soft drinks & food for purchase. Bring chair. DownTownStatesvilleNC.Org 704-878-3436

“We Will Raq You.” Sat Sept 9, 7:30pm, Laureate Way, 401 Laureate Way, Kannapolis. Cabaret tribal, fusion, & theatrical belly dance production set to pop, rock, hip-hop, & heavy metal music. $15. 704-936-8159

Alzheimer’s Support Group. Wed Sept 6, 12:15-1:15pm, Morningside Assisted Living, 500 Penny Lane NE, Concord. Meets the first Wednesday of every month. Light lunch. RSVP: 704-795-1200

Annual Pig Pickin’. Sat Sept 9, 5pm, Friendship Bible Church, 221 Patterson Ave SE, Concord. Guest speaker: Buck Canupp. Guest singer: Don Herbert. Free. Open to all. 704-490-6546

Cabarrus County Photo Club. Wed Sept 6, 1:30pm, Cabarrus Senior Center, 331 Corban Ave, Concord. Meets 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month. Free, open to anyone interested in photography. 704-920-3484

Farmers Market. Wed Aug 30, 3-6pm, corner of Broad St & West Wilson Ave, Mooresville. Sponsored by Broad Street United Methodist Church. 704-663-2161

Homemade Chicken & Dumplings. Fri Sept 8, 5-8pm, Park Avenue UMC, 648 W Park Ave, Mooresville. Served with green beans, sweet potatoes, slaw &/or applesauce, bread, homemade dessert, & tea or coffee (if dining in). Eat in, take out, or drive thru. Adults $8, children $5. 704-663-3683

Professional Women’s Network Conference. Thurs Sept 7, 8am-1pm, Charles Mack Citizen Center, 215 N Main St, Mooresville. Breakfast, speakers, panel discussions, lunch, networking. Featured speaker: Sheri Lynch, award winning radio broadcaster. $35, non-members $40. 704-664-3898

Revolutionary War Reenactment. Sat Sept 2, 10am to Sun Sept 3, 4pm, Historic Latta Plantation, 5225 Sample Rd, Huntersville. Demonstrations, food vendors, suttlers. Sat: Battle of Charlottestown at noon, Battle of the Bees at 3pm. Sun: battle at 2pm. Admission $9, seniors/students $8, age 5 & under free. LattaPlantation.Org 704-875-2312

Theatre Auditions. Sept 5 & 6, 7pm, Meroney Theatre, 213 S Main St, Salisbury. For “In God’s Own Country,” show dates Oct 12-21. Part of an International Theatre Project celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. PiedmontPlayers.Com 704-633-5471

Youth Theatre Auditions. Mon Aug 28, 6-8pm. Tues Aug 29, 4:30-6:30pm, Armour Street Theatre, 307 Armour St, Davidson. Kids ages 8-20 may audition for “Disney’s The Lion King Jr,” show dates Nov 3-12. Cold reading from show, song, & short dance routine. Davidson Community Players. 704-892-7953

August 21 What’s Happening

“Amour.” Sat Aug 26, 7pm, Armour Street Theatre, 307 Armour Street, Davidson. 2012 French-language romantic drama film by Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke. Admission $9, students $7. Davidson Film Club. DavidsonFilmClub.Com

“Celebrate Recovery.” Mondays, 6:30pm, Mosaic Church, 10624 Metromont Parkway, #302, Charlotte. Ongoing Christ-centered addiction recovery program meets every Monday. Free. Info@MosaicChurch.TV 704-806-0511

“Chicago Rewired.” Sun Sept 3, 6-8pm, Town Green in front of Davidson Public Library, intersection of Main St & Concord Rd, Davidson. Chicago tribute band concert. Bring chair or blanket. Free. ConcertsOnTheGreen.Com

“Come Join the Band!” Mon Aug 21, 7-9pm, band room of Concord High School, 481 Burrage Rd NE, Concord. Rehearsals resume for Piedmont Prime Time Community Band under director Jason Partridge. Gwen: president@primetimeband.org PrimeTimeBand.Org

“Finders Keepers.” Wed Aug 23, Westford UMC, 273 NC-49, Concord. 5:30pm: Dinner. 7pm: barbershop quartet concert. $10 at door. All proceeds benefit Mission team to Mexico to care for orphans. 704-782-1423

“History on Tap.” Thurs Aug 24, 6-8pm, 121 Ridge Ave, Salisbury. Tour of historic site presented by Historic Salisbury Foundation. Free, suggested donation $10. HistoricSalisbury.Org 704-636-0103

“Music at the Mill.” Sat Sept 2, 7-9pm, The Roller Mill, 308 Main St, China Grove. Live concert presented by “The Hook.” Free. ChinaGroveNC.Gov 704-857-2466

“Phatt City.” Fri Aug 25, 5:30-8:30pm, Downtown Statesville on W Broad St in front of MCC. Live outdoor band concert, Beach, R&B, Dance style. Admission free. Beer, wine, soft drinks & food for purchase. Bring chair. DownTownStatesvilleNC.Org 704-878-3436

“Sunset Run.” Fri Sept 1, 201 W Fisher St, Salisbury. 7:30pm: Half mile fun run. 8pm: 5K race. Benefits United Way. 704-633-1802

“The Lilly Brothers.” Sat Aug 26, 8-11pm, at The Mural, 100 block of W Fisher St, Salisbury. Free live outdoor band concert. SalisburyNC.Gov/PLAY 704-216-7529

“The Night Move Band.” Fri Aug 25, 7pm, Alexander County Courthouse lawn, 29 W Main Ave, Taylorsville. “Summer on the Square” free outdoor concert. Bring blanket or lawn chair. 828-632-6966

“We want tolls!” Thurs Aug 24, 6:30-7:30pm, Charles Mack Citizen Center, 215 N Main St, Mooresville. Town hall-style event hosted by Widen I-77 citizens group to discuss Mercator Advisors report on I-77 toll lane project, & issues, facts, & options. WidenI77.Org

Kaleidoscope Art Festival & Zombie Walk. Sat Aug 26, 4-8pm, downtown Kannapolis. Cultural arts festival with musicians, dancers, visual artists, street performers, jugglers, & more. Admission free. KannapolisArts.Com

Revolutionary War Reenactment. Sat Sept 2, 10am to Sun Sept 3, 4pm, Historic Latta Plantation, 5225 Sample Rd, Huntersville. Demonstrations, food vendors, suttlers. Sat: Battle of Charlottestown at noon, Battle of the Bees at 3pm. Sun: battle at 2pm. Admission $9, seniors/students $8, age 5 & under free. LattaPlantation.Org 704-875-2312

Statesville Christian Women’s Club. Mon Aug 21, 11am, Civic Center, 300 S. Center St, Statesville. Luncheon & program. Topic: “Putting the Puzzle of Life Together Without the Box Lid.” Speaker: Tempe Brown, “All That Jazz.” $12 inclusive. RSVP by Aug 17: Vickie 704-876-1718

Theatre Auditions. Sept 5 & 6, 7pm, Meroney Theatre, 213 S Main St, Salisbury. For “In God’s Own Country,” show dates Oct 12-21. Part of an International Theatre Project celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. PiedmontPlayers.Com 704-633-5471

Youth Theatre Auditions. Aug 28 & 29, 7pm, Armour Street Theatre, 307 Armour St, Davidson. For “Disney’s The Lion King Jr,” show dates Nov 3-12. Davidson Community Players. 704-892-7953

July 31 What’s Happening

“Beginning Quilting.” Aug 7-10, 10am-1pm, Cabarrus Cooperative Extension, 715 Cabarrus Ave-West, Concord. Kids learn beginning stitches & use of sewing machine to design quilted piece. Bring sewing machine or call to reserve one. $30. 704-920-3484 Register: HTTP://go.NCSU.Edu/RegisterCabarrus

“Diamond Rio.” Sat Aug 12, 7-10pm, Village Park, 700 West C St, Kannapolis. Outdoor concert with fireworks. “Concerts in the Park” series. Free. DowntownKannapolis.Org

“Mediocre Bad Guys.” Fri Aug 11, 5:30-8:30pm, Downtown Statesville on W Broad St in front of MCC. Live outdoor rock & Americana band concert. Admission free. Beer, wine, soft drinks & food for purchase. Bring chair. DownTownStatesvilleNC.Org 704-878-3436

“Moana.” Fri Aug 4, 8:45pm, Village Park, 740 West C St, Kannapolis. Outdoor movie, rated PG. Music & entertainment before movie starts. Bring chair or blanket. Free. KannapolisNC.Gov

“Psycho Beach Party.” July 28-29, Aug 3-5, Aug 10-12, 8pm. Sun Aug 6, 2pm, Warehouse Performing Arts Center, 9216-A Westmoreland Rd.

“Radiojacks.” Sun Aug 6, 6-8pm, Town Green in front of Davidson Public Library, intersection of Main St & Concord Rd, Davidson. Live concert, Top 40 Variety band. Bring chair or blanket. Free. ConcertsOnTheGreen.Com

“Tom, Dick & Harry.” July 27-29 & Aug 2-5, 7:30pm. Sun July 30, 2:30pm, Meroney Theatre, 213 S Main St, Salisbury. An “old-fashioned farce” presented by Piedmont Players. Tickets $17, seniors/ students $14. PiedmontPlayers.Com 704-633-5471

“Trolls.” Fri Aug 4, 9pm, City Park Flag Concourse, corner of W. Miller & Jackson Sts, Salisbury. Entertainment begins 8pm. “Movies in the Park.” Free. Bring blanket or chair. Concessions available. SalisburyNC.Gov/PLAY 704-216-7529

“Water Smart.” Mon Aug 7, 6:30pm, Rowan Public Library, 201 W Fisher St, Salisbury. Rowan County Cooperative Extension Service Horticulture Agent Danelle Cutting will discuss how to conserve water locally. Free. RowanPublicLibrary.Org

30th Annual Rummage Sale. Sat Aug 5, 7:30am-12:30pm, St. Therese Catholic Church, 217 Brawley School Rd, Mooresville. Bag Sale 12:30-1pm. (Pre-sale Fri Aug 4, 4-8pm, for $1 donation.) Questions: Alby Halsey 704-517-3258

Alzheimer’s Support Group. Wed Aug 2, 12:15-1:15pm, Morningside Assisted Living, 500 Penny Lane NE, Concord. Meets the first Wednesday of every month. Light lunch. RSVP: 704-795-1200

Annual Women’s Prayer Breakfast. Sat Aug 5, 9am, Kimball Memorial Lutheran Church, 101 Vance St, Kannapolis. Buffet breakfast & fellowship. Speaker: Rev. Lucille “Cecee” Mills. Freewill offering benefits Women In Need Fund & G. W. Carver Elementary School’s “Scholarships for Field Trip Fund.” Childcare available if needed, call by July 31: 704-933-4101

Cabarrus County Photo Club. Wed Aug 2, 1:30pm, Cabarrus Senior Center, 331 Corban Ave, Concord. Meets 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month. Free, open to anyone interested in photography. 704-920-3484

Cornelius. “Fiendishly funny” stage production, contains adult themes & explicit language. Tickets $20, seniors/ students $15. WarehousePAC.Com 704-619-0429

Indoor Yard Sale. Fri Aug 4, 6-8:30pm & Sat Aug 5, 7am-noon, FMC (old YMCA bldg), 220 N Fulton St, Salisbury. Food, homemade goodies, drinks, family vendors, many YS items. A/C. First Baptist Singled Out Class, co-sponsored with Jobs for Life. Benefits missions & JFL scholarships. Rod 704-633-0431 ext 105 Lou 704-637-0776

Lake Norman Quilters Guild Biennial Quilt Show. Aug 11 & 12, 9am-5pm, Talbert Recreation Center, 210 Talbert Point Dr, Mooresville. Over 200 handmade quilts on display. Boutique. Saturday featured artist: Amanda Murphy. Admission $6. AmandaMurphyDesign.Com LKNquilters.Wordpress.Com

National Night Out. Tues Aug 1, 5-8pm, along North Main St, Mooresville. Activity-filled evening. Free. Raffles. Organized by Mooresville Police Dept. 704-564-1666

National Night Out. Tues Aug 1, 5-8pm, at 3 Huntersville locations: Northcross Shopping Center, 9751 Sam Furr Rd; Waymer Park, 14200 Holbrooks Rd; Huntington Green, 12000 Tuscaloosa Rd. Activities, rides, music. Free. Huntersville.Org

National Night Out. Tues Aug 1, 6-8pm, Fred M. Evans Pool, 110 Old Concord Rd, Salisbury. Food, fun, games, & music. All ages. Free. uryNC.Gov/PLAY 704-754-8303

National Night Out. Tues Aug 1, 6-8pm, Smithville Park, 19710 S Ferry St, Cornelius. Family fun with children’s activities, food, entertainment, & more. Free. Police Dept will collect school supplies donations. Cornelius.Org

Port-A-Pit BBQ Fundraiser. Tues Aug 1, 11am-5pm, ICS Resale Shop, 833 N Center St, Statesville. Plate with chicken, slaw, beans, bread, & dessert. $8. Deliveries for 5 or more plates. Benefits Iredell Choral Society. 704-500-2125

Summer Sip Beer Crawl. Fri Aug 4, 5-9pm, downtown Salisbury. “First Friday Night Out.” Shops open late, local craft beer available. DownTownSalisburyNC.Com

Summer Worship Concert. Fri Aug 11, 7pm, East Side Baptist Church, Statesville. Presented by Iredell Choral Society. $5 donation includes dessert fellowship following concert. IredellChoralSociety.Webs.Com

July 24 What’s Happening

“9daytrip.” Sat July 29, 8-11pm, at The Mural, W Fisher St, Salisbury. Free live outdoor band concert. SalisburyNC.Gov/PLAY 704-216-7529

“Babette’s Feast.” Sat July 29, 7pm, Armour Street Theatre, 307 Armour Street, Davidson. 1987 film from Denmark. Admission $9, students $7. Davidson Film Club. DavidsonFilmClub.Com

“Boeing-Boeing.” July 20-30, 8pm., Duke Family Performance Hall, 207 Faculty Dr, Davidson. Classic farce presented by Davidson Community Players, recommended for ages 12 & up. Tickets $15-$29. DavidsonCommunityPlayers.Org 704-892-7953

“Christmas in July: Lore of the Belsnickle, Santa’s Cranky Cousin.” Sun July 30, 2pm, Eastern Cabarrus Historical Society, 1100 N Main St, Mt. Pleasant. Presentation by history professor Dr. Gary Freeze, author of “The Catawbans.” Admission $5, members free. Carter28124@Gmail.Com 704-783-5240

“Christmas in July.” Sat July 29, 10am-3pm, St. Philip the Apostle Church, 525 Camden Dr, Statesville. Arts & crafts fair. Handmade crafts & local artists, unique gift items. 704-872-2579

“Exploring Electricity.” Wed July 26, 9am-3pm, Cabarrus Cooperative Extension, 715 Cabarrus Ave-West, Concord. Kids learn the basics of wiring & how electrical systems work, hands-on project. $30. 704-920-3484 Register: HTTP://go.NCSU.Edu/RegisterCabarrus

“Hike for Your Health.” Every Wednesday, 5:30pm, Latta Plantation Nature Center, 6211 Sample Rd, Huntersville. Hour-plus-long hike. Friendly dogs welcome. Free. ParkAndRec.Com 704-875-1391

“History on Tap.” Thurs July 27, 6-8pm, Grievous Gallery, 313 E Council St, Salisbury. Tour of historic site presented by Historic Salisbury Foundation. Free, suggested donation $10. HistoricSalisbury.Org 704-636-0103

“Into the Woods, Jr.” July 27, 28, & 29, 7pm. July 29 & 30, 3pm, Charles Mack Citizen Center, 215 N Main St, Mooresville. Theatre production presented by Mooresville Community Children’s Theatre. Tickets $15, seniors $12, youth ages 3-18 $10. MooresvilleChildrensTheatre.Org

“Matthew Weaver & the Gospel Voices Band.” Sun July 30, 6pm, First Baptist Church’s Family Ministry Center, 223 N Fulton St, Salisbury. Free concert, love offering taken. FBCsalisbury.Org 704-633-0431

“Moana.” Fri Aug 4, 8:45pm, Village Park, 740 West C St, Kannapolis. Outdoor movie, rated PG. Music & entertainment before movie starts. Bring chair or blanket. Free. KannapolisNC.Gov

“Moving for Health.” Tues July 25, Rowan Public Library, 201 W Fisher St, Salisbury. 2:30pm: Chair Yoga. 6pm: Qigong. Free. RowanPublicLibrary.Org

“onceblind.” Fri July 28, 5:30-8:30pm, Downtown Statesville on W Broad St in front of MCC. Live outdoor rock & variety band concert. Admission free. Beer, wine, soft drinks & food for purchase. Bring chair. DownTownStatesvilleNC.Org 704-878-3436

“Psycho Beach Party.” July 28-29, Aug 3-5, Aug 10-12, 8pm. Sun Aug 6, 2pm, Warehouse Performing Arts Center, 9216-A Westmoreland Rd,

“Tom, Dick & Harry.” July 27-29 & Aug 2-5, 7:30pm. Sun July 30, 2:30pm, Meroney Theatre, 213 S Main St, Salisbury. An “old-fashioned farce” presented by Piedmont Players. Tickets $17, seniors/ students $14. PiedmontPlayers.Com 704-633-5471

“Too Much Sylvia.” Sat July 29, 7-10pm, Village Park, 700 West C St, Kannapolis. Outdoor concert, “Concert in the Park” series. Free. DowntownKannapolis.Org

30th Annual Rummage Sale. Sat Aug 5, 7:30am-12:30pm, St. Therese Catholic Church, 217 Brawley School Rd, Mooresville. Bag Sale 12:30-1pm. (Pre-sale Fri Aug 4, 4-8pm, for $1 donation.) Questions: Alby Halsey 704-517-3258

Alzheimer’s Support Group. Wed Aug 2, 12:15-1:15pm, Morningside Assisted Living, 500 Penny Lane NE, Concord. Meets the first Wednesday of every month. Light lunch. RSVP: 704-795-1200

Annual Women’s Prayer Breakfast. Sat Aug 5, 9am, Kimball Memorial Lutheran Church, 101 Vance St, Kannapolis. Buffet breakfast & fellowship. Speaker: Rev. Lucille “Cecee” Mills. Freewill offering benefits Women In Need Fund & G. W. Carver Elementary School’s “Scholarships for Field Trip Fund.” Childcare available if needed, call by July 31: 704-933-4101

Cabarrus County Photo Club. Wed Aug 2, 1:30pm, Cabarrus Senior Center, 331 Corban Ave, Concord. Meets 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month. Free, open to anyone interested in photography. 704-920-3484

Cornelius. “Fiendishly funny” stage production, contains adult themes & explicit language. Tickets $20, seniors/ students $15. WarehousePAC.Com 704-619-0429

Port-A-Pit BBQ Fundraiser. Tues Aug 1, 11am-5pm, ICS Resale Shop, 833 N Center St, Statesville. Plate with chicken, slaw, beans, bread, & dessert. $8. Deliveries for 5 or more plates. Benefits Iredell Choral Society. 704-500-2125

Rowan Chamber Dragon Boat Festival. Sat July 29, 9am-5pm, Shrine Club, 6480 Long Ferry Rd, Salisbury. Local groups will compete. Free to attend. Volunteers needed. RowanChamberDragonBoat.Com 704-633-4221

July 17 What’s Happening

“Alice in Wonderland.” Wed July 19, 10am, Veterans Park, 119 N Main St, Kannapolis. Outdoor theatre production for children, presented by Bright Star Theatre. Free. KannapolisNC.Gov

“Boeing-Boeing.” July 20-30, 8pm., Duke Family Performance Hall, 207 Faculty Dr, Davidson. Classic farce presented by Davidson Community Players, recommended for ages 12 & up. Tickets $15-$29. DavidsonCommunityPlayers.Org 704-892-7953

“Bring It On: The Musical.” July 13-15 & 20-22, 7:30pm. July 15, 16, & 22, 2:30pm, Norvell Theatre, 135 E Fisher St, Salisbury. Musical theatre production presented by Piedmont Players Youth Theatre. Tickets $14, seniors/ students $12. 704-633-5471 PiedmontPlayers.Com

“Chickweed.” Sat July 22, 4-11:45pm, F&M Trolley Barn, 125 E Liberty St, Salisbury. Live music & art vendors. Tickets $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Proceeds benefit Rowan Family Crisis Council. ChickWeedWomen@Gmail.Com 704-577-9965

“Finding Dory.” Fri July 21, 9pm, City Park Flag Concourse, corner of W. Miller & Jackson Sts, Salisbury. Entertainment begins 8pm. “Movies in the Park.” Free. Bring blanket or chair. SalisburyNC.Gov/PLAY 704-216-7529

“Hike for Your Health.” Every Wednesday, 5:30pm, Latta Plantation Nature Center, 6211 Sample Rd, Huntersville. Hour-plus-long hike. Friendly dogs welcome. Free. ParkAndRec.Com 704-875-1391

“Honor Our Greatest Generation.” Sat July 22, 3-5pm, Choplin’s Restaurant, 19700 One Norman Blvd, Cornelius. Speaker: Wendy Jordan, Mrs. North Carolina. Hors d’oeuvres, photo ops, raffle. $50. Benefits The Twilight Wish Foundation. www.SupportMrsNC.Com

“Into the Woods, Jr.” July 27, 28, & 29, 7pm. July 29 & 30, 3pm, Charles Mack Citizen Center, 215 N Main St, Mooresville. Theatre production presented by Mooresville Community Children’s Theatre. Tickets $15, seniors $12, youth ages 3-18 $10. MooresvilleChildrensTheatre.Org

“Lamb Camp.” July 24, 9am-3pm, Cabarrus Cooperative Extension, 715 Cabarrus Ave-West, Concord. Kids ages 5-8 learn to show a farm animal. $30. 704-920-3484 Register: HTTP://go.NCSU.Edu/RegisterCabarrus

“Meet With A Career Specialist.” Wed July 19, 10am-noon, Rowan Public Library, 201 W Fisher St, Salisbury. Workshop presented by RCCC’s Employability Lab. Free. No registration required. 704-216-7201

“Pete’s Dragon.” Fri July 21, 8:45pm, Village Park, 740 West C St, Kannapolis. Outdoor movie, rated PG. Bring chair or blanket. Free. KannapolisNC.Gov

“Pride & Prejudice.” July 20-23 & 27-29, 7:30pm. Sun July 23, 2:30pm, Lee Street Theatre, 329 N Lee St, Salisbury. Jane Austen’s classic novel adapted for the stage by Jennifer Hubbard. LeeStreet.Org 704-310-5507

“Psycho Beach Party.” July 28-29, Aug 3-5, Aug 10-12, 8pm. Sun Aug 6, 2pm, Warehouse Performing Arts Center, 9216-A Westmoreland Rd,

“RadioJacks.” Fri July 21, 5:30-8:30pm, Downtown Statesville on W Broad St in front of MCC. Live outdoor band concert. Admission free. Beer, wine, soft drinks & food for purchase. Bring chair. DownTownStatesvilleNC.Org 704-878-3436

Cabarrus County Photo Club. Wed July 19, 1:30pm, Cabarrus Senior Center, 331 Corban Ave, Concord. Meets 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month. Free, open to anyone interested in photography. 704-920-3484

Cornelius. “Fiendishly funny” stage production, contains adult themes & explicit language. Tickets $20, seniors/ students $15. WarehousePAC.Com 704-619-0429

Piedmont Dance Theatre. Sat July 22, 7-9pm, Village Park, 740 West C St, Kannapolis. “Stories Under the Stars” literary performing arts event. Free. DowntownKannapolis.Org

Statesville Christian Women’s Club. Mon July 17, 11am, Civic Center, 300 S. Center St, Statesville. Luncheon & program. Topic: “How to Lose Weight Without Getting Wrinkles.” Speakers: Ginny Karelius, Tina Benfield. $12 inclusive. RSVP by July 13: Vickie 704-876-1718

June 26 What’s Happening

“9daytrip.” Thurs June 29, 8-11pm, at The Mural, W Fisher St, Salisbury. Free live outdoor band concert. SalisburyNC.Gov/PLAY 704-216-7529

“Annie.” June 22-24 & June 29-July 1, 8pm. June 25 & July 2, 2pm, Duke Family Performance Hall, 207 Faculty Dr, Davidson. Perennially favorite stage musical presented by Davidson Community Players. Tickets $15-$29. DavidsonCommunityPlayers.Org 704-892-7953

“Birdies, Bogies, & Business.” Thurs June 29, 11am-6pm, Larkin Golf Club, 175 Club House Dr, Statesville. 11:30: Registration & Lunch. 1pm: Tee Time. Statesville Chamber’s annual golf tournament. $75/ player. VChambers@StatesvilleChamber.Org

“Cabarrus Christian Women’s Connection.” Thurs July 6, 9:30am, Cabarrus Country Club, 3247 Weddington Rd, Concord. Brunch & program. Feature: Attorney Paula Yost, “Human Trafficking.” Speaker: Anne Curry, “Mama Said There Would Be Days Like This.” $15. Complimentary nursery. RSVP by July 3: Barbara 704-786-2722 Barb1960@Windstream.Net

“Da Throwback Band.” Tues July 4, 6-8pm, Town Green in front of Davidson Public Library, intersection of Main St & Concord Rd, Davidson. Live concert, ‘70’s showband. Bring chair or blanket. Free. ConcertsOnTheGreen.Com

“Hike for Your Health.” Every Wednesday, 5:30pm, Latta Plantation Nature Center, 6211 Sample Rd, Huntersville. Hour-plus-long hike. Friendly dogs welcome. Free. ParkAndRec.Com 704-875-1391

“Music at the Mill.” Sat July 1, 7-9pm, China Grove Roller Mill, 308 N Main St, China Grove. Live concert featuring acoustic duo “The Hook.” Free. Bring your own chair. ChinaGroveNC.Gov

“Pinocchio.” Tues June 27, 2pm, Statesville Public Library, 201 N Tradd St, Statesville. Meeting room A. Presented for school age audience by the Green Bean Players. Free. Iredell.Lib.NC.us 704-878-3097

“Pride & Prejudice.” June 20-23 & 27-29, 7:30pm, Lee Street Theatre, 329 N Lee St, Salisbury. Adapted for stage by Jennifer Hubbard, presented by St. Thomas Players. LeeStreet.Org 704-310-5507

“Rockets.” Thurs July 6, 9am-3pm, Cabarrus Cooperative Extension, 715 Cabarrus Ave-West, Concord. Kids learn basics of vertical flight using variety of propelled rockets. $30. 704-920-3484 Register: HTTP://go.NCSU.Edu/RegisterCabarrus

“Sing.” Fri July 7, 9pm, City Park Flag Concourse, corner of W. Miller & Jackson Sts, Salisbury. Entertainment begins 8pm. “Movies in the Park.” Free. Bring blanket or chair. SalisburyNC.Gov/PLAY 704-216-7529

“The Linked In Advantage.” Wed June 28, 10am-noon, Rowan Public Library, 201 W Fisher St, Salisbury. Workshop presented by RCCC’s Employability Lab. Free. No registration required. 704-216-7201

“Tomatoes & Salsa.” Tues June 27, 5:30-9:30pm, or Wed June 28, 1-5pm, Cooperative Extension, 715 Cabarrus Ave West, Concord. Hands-on workshop will teach how to preserve tomatoes using a water bath canner. $15. Pre-registration & pre-payment required: 704-920-3310 Go.NCSU.Edu/RegisterCabarrus

Alzheimer’s Support Group. Wed July 5, 12:15-1:15pm, Morningside Assisted Living, 500 Penny Lane NE, Concord. Meets the first Wednesday of every month. Light lunch. RSVP: 704-795-1200

Call for Photographers. Entries accepted July 7 & 8, Mooresville Depot Visual Arts Center, 103 W Center St, Mooresville, for annual photography exhibit & competition. Must be 18 years old or older. MAGart.Org MooresvilleArtsNC@Gmail.Com 704-663-6661

Charlotte Symphony Independence Day Celebration. Fri June 30, 7pm, Village Park, 700 W C St, Kannapolis. Outdoor concert, bring blanket or lawn chair. Free. KannapolisNC.Gov

Civil War Reenactment. Sat July 1, 10am-Sun July 2, 4pm, Historic Latta Plantation, 5225 Sample Rd, Huntersville. Live lectures & talks, demonstrations, primitive living exhibits, living history farm, food vendors, suttlers. Battle 2pm each day. Admission $9, seniors/ students $8, children age 5 & under free. LattaPlantation.Org

Denton Antiques Festival. June 30-July 4, 7:30am-6pm, Harrison Park, 20 W Salisbury St, Denton. Annual festival. 336-859-4231 TownOfDenton.Com

Statesville Comic Con. Sat July 8, 10am-5pm, Civic Center, 300 S Center St, Statesville. Vendors, artists, comics, costume contest, more. Admission $5, ages 4-12 $2, ages 3 & under free.

June 19 What’s Happening

“Annie.” June 22-24 & June 29-July 1, 8pm. June 25 & July 2, 2pm, Duke Family Performance Hall, 207 Faculty Dr, Davidson. Perennially favorite stage musical presented by Davidson Community Players. Tickets $15-$29. DavidsonCommunityPlayers.Org 704-892-7953

“Basics of Home Canning.” Mon June 19, 1-5pm, Cooperative Extension, 715 Cabarrus Ave West, Concord. Hands-on workshop designed for beginners or helpful review for experienced. $22. Pre-registration & pre-payment required: 704-920-3310 Go.NCSU.Edu/RegisterCabarrus

“Cassette Rewind.” Sat June 24, 8-11pm, at The Mural, W Fisher St, Salisbury. Free live outdoor band concert. SalisburyNC.Gov/PLAY 704-216-7529

“Come Celebrate America!” Sun June 25, 3pm, Forest Hill UMC, 265 Union St N, Concord. “All Patriotic Music” concert presented by Piedmont Choral Society. Free. Kayy2000@Gmail.Com 704-699-6053

“Family Day.” Sat June 24, 10am-2pm, The Galleries of Cabarrus Arts Council, 65 Union St South, Concord. Drop-in event with activities for children accompanied by an adult. Free. CabarrusArtsCouncil.Org

“Gus Goes Green.” Wed June 21, 10am-noon, Veterans Park, 119 N Main St, Kannapolis. Free public performance presented by Bright Star Children’s Theatre. KannapolisNC.Gov

“History on Tap.” Thurs June 22, 6-8pm, Morgan Ridge Railwalk & Brewery, 421 N Lee St, Salisbury. Tour of historic site presented by Historic Salisbury Foundation. Suggested donation $10. HistoricSalisbury.Org 704-636-0103

“Home Pickling.” Wed June 21, 9:30am-1:30pm, Cooperative Extension, 715 Cabarrus Ave West, Concord. Hands-on workshop will introduce the basics of pickling. $15. Pre-registration & pre-payment required: 704-920-3310 Go.NCSU.Edu/RegisterCabarrus

“Honor Our Greatest Generation.” Sat June 24, 3-5pm, Choplin’s Restaurant, 19700 One Norman Blvd, Cornelius. Speaker: Wendy Jordan, Mrs. North Carolina. Hors d’oeuvres, photo ops, raffle. $50. Benefits The Twilight Wish Foundation. www.SupportMrsNC.Com

“Maria Full of Grace.” Sat June 24, 7pm, Armour Street Theatre, 307 Armour Street, Davidson. 2004 film from Colombia, in Spanish with English subtitles. Directed by Joshua Marston. $9 ($7 members). Davidson Film Club. DavidsonFilmClub.Com

“Pride & Prejudice.” June 20-23 & 27-29, 7:30pm, Lee Street Theatre, 329 N Lee St, Salisbury. Adapted for stage by Jennifer Hubbard, presented by St. Thomas Players. LeeStreet.Org 704-310-5507

“Stories Under the Stars.” Sat June 24, 7pm, Public Library, 850 Mountain St, Kannapolis. Literary performing arts event presented by Doug Berkey, for families & children of all ages. Free. 704-920-1180

“Summer Salad Luncheon.” Thurs June 22, 11:30am-1pm, Hiddenite Center’s Educational Complex, 70 Hiddenite Church Rd, Hiddenite. Fundraiser for Arts & Heritage Center. Buffet of salads, dessert, & a drink. $8. HiddeniteArts.Org 828-632-6966

“The Secret Life of Pets.” Fri June 23, 9pm, City Park Flag Concourse, corner of W. Miller & Jackson Sts, Salisbury. Entertainment begins 8pm.

“Movies in the Park.” Free. Bring blanket or chair. SalisburyNC.Gov/PLAY 704-216-7529

“Top Employment Opportunities.” Wed June 21, 10am-noon, Rowan Public Library, 201 W Fisher St, Salisbury. Workshop presented by RCCC’s Employability Lab. Free. No registration required. 704-216-7201

7th Annual Salisbury PRIDE Festival. Sat June 24, 11am-5pm, E Fisher St, downtown Salisbury. Local artists, performers, vendors, & speakers. Volunteer opportunities available. 704-633-5342 SalisburyPride.Com

Auto Show. Sat June 24, 10am-2pm, Statesville Full Gospel Tabernacle, 135 Village Point Dr, Statesville. Enter your car, truck, or bike. Prize for most votes. Admission free. Vendor tables available. SFGTevents@Gmail.Com

Civil War Reenactment. Sat July 1, 10am-Sun July 2, 4pm, Historic Latta Plantation, 5225 Sample Rd, Huntersville. Live lectures & talks, demonstrations, primitive living exhibits, living history farm, food vendors, suttlers. Battle 2pm each day. Admission $9, seniors/ students $8, children age 5 & under free. LattaPlantation.Org

Darrell Harwood. Fri June 23, 5:30-8:30pm, Downtown Statesville on W Broad St in front of MCC. Live Country Music concert. Admission free. Beer, wine, soft drinks & food for purchase. Bring chair. DownTownStatesvilleNC.Org 704-878-3436

Ham Radio Operators Annual Field Day Event. June 24-25, Sloan Park, 550 Sloan Rd, Mt. Ulla. The Rowan Amateur Radio Club will set up around noon on Saturday & operate for 24 consecutive hours. Open to the public, everyone welcome. RowanARS.Org

PROBUS Club of Lake Norman. Tues June 20, 10am, Berea Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 1015 River Hwy, Mooresville. Speaker: Eboni Lewis, LifeShare of the Carolinas: “Improving Lives Through Organ, Eye, & Tissue Donation.” Free. All are welcome. Probus.Org

Statesville Christian Women’s Club. Mon June 19, 11am, Civic Center, 300 S. Center St, Statesville. Luncheon & program. Topic: “Getting It Right.” Speaker: Gerry Gorst. Music: Vanessa Jones. $12 inclusive. RSVP by June 15: Vickie 704-876-1718

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