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This Week for 6/27

June 26 River Jam Have Gun, Will Travel performs as part of the River Jam concert series. The band hails from Florida and blends folk, pop, rock and country. The series continues Thursdays and Saturdays. When: 7-10 p.m. Where: U.S. National Whitewater Center, 5000 Whitewater Pkwy.,… read more about This Week for 6/27

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This Week - Week of 6/19

June 19 Celebrity bartender fundraiser Celebrities, politicians and business professionals will vie for drink sales and tips at a fundraiser for Big Day at the Lake. Guest bartenders include WCNC Meteorologist John Wendel, Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis and Cornelius Mayor Pro-Tem Woody Washam.… read more about This Week - Week of 6/19

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This Week - Week of 6/12

June 13 Summer Reading Kick-Off Party Libraries in Cornelius Davidson and Huntersville host a summer reading kick-off party headlined by children’s rock band Lunch Money. Children can engage in literacy activities on the Village Green. When: 10 a.m.-noon Where: Davidson Public Library,… read more about This Week - Week of 6/12

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Arts Briefs - Week of 6/5

Davidson Community Players brings ‘42nd Street’ to town DAVIDSON – Davidson Community Players will present the Tony Award-winning musical “42nd Street” this month. The story focuses on aspiring chorus girl, Peggy Sawyer, her tap-dancing friends and rivals, and her journey to stardom. “42nd… read more about Arts Briefs - Week of 6/5

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Arts Briefs - Week of 5/29

Gal Friday Band headlines Concerts on the Green DAVIDSON – Gal Friday Band, new to Davidson’s Concerts on the Green line-up, will perform 6-8 p.m. June 1 on the Davidson Public Library stage. The Charlotte trio is made up of three sisters raised on their daddy’s bluegrass and momma’s hymn… read more about Arts Briefs - Week of 5/29