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The day include a 5K race (won by 14-year-old Malia Ellington of Cornelius who beat all the guys), an oral history booth manned by students from Community School of Davidson, and a variety of activities on the green. Local restaurants served lunch, and the Davidson library kicked off its annual book sale, which continues all week.
May 2, 2012, “Town Day lineup: Music, 5K race, food and fun” – our preview article, with background about the history of Town Day.
Posted on 06 May 2012.
Saturday was mostly cloudy over the Lake Norman area, but the skies cleared intermittently, offering glimpses of a spectacular “super moon.” The moon was at perigee – its closest point to earth.
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Posted on 30 April 2012.
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Hundreds of visitors strolled among artists’ booths under a bright sun at Art on the Green Saturday in downtown Davidson. Four artists won awards at the event, and they’re among the booths not to miss on Day 2 of the festival Sunday. Meanwhile, the rainy weather has brought cancellation of Sunday night’s first Concert on the Green of the season, which was to have been a performance by the Davidson College Symphony and Jazz Ensemble. Read the full story
Posted on 20 April 2012.
Ten employees from iQmetrix in Davidson spent Friday morning cleaning up Roosevelt Wilson Park and the shores of Lake Davidson. The corporate community service project for Earth Week was organized by Davidson Lands Conservancy. Read the full story
Posted on 15 April 2012.
A long line led into the courtyard of Davidson College’s Baker-Watt Science Complex Saturday afternoon as people waited for a chance to get up close with a collection of snakes, frogs, and salamanders at the annual Reptile Day. College students manned tables, where they explained the critters and offered visitors a chance to touch. Read the full story