Posted on 12 September 2012.
Posted on 11 September 2012.
About 200 bicyclists and hundreds of festival-goers came to Davidson’s Village Green Saturday for the Davidson Housing Coalition’s 8th annual Festival for Hope and Housing, which netted about $15,000 for the regional affordable housing program. Read the full story
Posted on 10 September 2012.
Artist Dave Merck has begun painting a mural on the south wall at Summit Coffee in downtown Davidson, and he invites you to watch. On Saturday, he talked to passersby as he sprayed a tan background for the painting. Read the full story
Posted on 09 September 2012.
Girl Scouts are celebrating their 100th anniversary this year, and organizers are hoping to boost their ranks by forming 100 troops in the Lake Norman area at meetings this month. Interested girls and volunteers are being invited to meetings in Davidson, Cornelius and Huntersville. Read the full story
Posted on 08 September 2012.
Students in the 8th grade dance practicum at the Community School of Davidson have come up with a Green Day Dance, a “flash mob” dance to be performed at Davidson Lands Conservancy’s Green Day Festival on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, on the Davidson Village Green. Read the full story
Posted on 07 September 2012.
The Davidson Housing Coalition’s 8th annual Festival for Hope and Housing will fill downtown with bicyclists and festival-goers this Saturday, Sept. 8. After morning rides of 50K and 100K, the festival on the Village Green will included live music, kids’ activities and food from local restaurants.
Marcia Webster, the housing coalition’s executive director, said the festival is open to all.
“People do not have to be bike riders,” Ms. Webster said. “You can come out to the Green and have lunch. We’ve got musicians playing from 11 to 2 and we’ve got kid friendly activities.” Read the full story
Posted on 06 September 2012.
DavidsonLearns, a new “lifelong learning” program in the Lake Norman area, is now accepting registrations for its first first three courses beginning in October, focusing on the topics of poetry, politics and economics.
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Posted on 05 September 2012.
Massachusetts artist Lydia Musco was directing coworkers Wednesday as they delivered shipping crates holding three book-inspired sculptures that will become the centerpieces of downtown Davidson’s newest public art project. The new “Book Garden” is being constructed off Main Street, between the Davidson public library branch and the CVS pharmacy. Read the full story