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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