CorneliusYouth speed and agility: Cornelius PARC and Huntersville Parks & Recreation have partnered to offer workshops designed to increase speed, strength, agility and confidence. Times vary by age groups and are broken up by ages 7-9; 10-12 and 13-17. All workshops will be held Dec. 27-29 at Champions Sport Performance & Training Center, 18831 Statesville Road. Each day is $10 for residents, $15 for nonresidents. Pre-registration encouraged, on-site registration will be held only if space permits. Details: bit.ly/U4Uo4O.
Drop-in art: Cornelius Arts Center and Cornelius PARC will offer artistic activities Dec. 27 and 28 at the arts center, 19725 Oak St. Children over 5 can be dropped off but those younger than 4 will require a parent, guardian or sibling over the age of 10. No registration required. Cost is $6 for one child, $4 for each additional sibling for the first hour. Each child is $4 per each additional hour.
Huntersville New member: Hugh Torance House and Store board chair Bill Russell said Danny Phillips, a Huntersville town board member, is the nonprofit’s newest member. The Hugh Torance board met Dec. 12 and voted to accept Phillips a member, as well as to contract with architect Allen Brooks to prioritize the repairs made possible by the town’s donation of nearly $19,000. Russell said cleaning and repairs are expected to be finished by April. Compiled by Hilary Trenda