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Religion news

Posted at 4:50pm on Sep. 25, 2014

Compiled by Erica Batten

Groups sell bricks to fund Veterans Park

Posted at 4:10pm on Sep. 25, 2014

Lake Norman-area civic groups are selling personalized bricks as a way to honor veterans and raise money for a portion of the proposed Veterans Park in downtown Huntersville.

Carolina Comfort Coalition’s dinner to raise money for Serenity House locations in Huntersville and Mooresville

Posted at 4:26pm on Sep. 25, 2014

The Carolina Comfort Coalition will host its fifth annual Black & White Night fundraising dinner 6:30-8 p.m. Oct. 3 at the Charles Mack Citizen Center in Mooresville.

Religion news

Posted at 5:33pm on Sep. 23, 2014

Compiled by Erica Batten

Escape from modern times at Carolina Renaissance Festival

Posted at 5:16pm on Sep. 26, 2014

The Carolina Renaissance Festival opens Oct. 4 and continues on weekends through Nov. 23 at its Huntersville grounds.

Big Sweep is a chance to make Lake Norman sparkle

Posted at 4:16pm on Sep. 23, 2014

On two Saturdays in October each year, crowds of volunteers protect and beautify Lake Norman by collecting trash during the Big Sweep.

$30K state grant gets Statesville’s new recycling project rolling

Posted at 4:29pm on Sep. 23, 2014

Backed by a $30,000 state grant, Statesville is preparing to implement a new recycling program Jan. 5.

Denver painter Diane Pike’s studio is one of 19 stops on annual Denver Art Trail

Posted at 11:32am on Sep. 24, 2014

Diane Pike will be one of the artists featured on the Ninth Annual Denver Art Trail, a free, self-guided tour Oct. 18-19 that offers the public a chance to visit artists’ studios in the East Lincoln/Denver area.

Lake Norman Folk Art Festival is Oct. 4

Posted at 11:29pm on Sep. 24, 2014

The Hickory Museum of Art’s sixth annual Lake Norman Folk Art Festival, a celebration of folk and local art and a fundraiser for the nonprofit Hickory Museum of Art, will be held Oct. 4 in Sherrills Ford.

Lake Norman region transportation issues are focus of summit

Posted at 11:16am on Sep. 25, 2014

Projected growth around the Lake Norman region – and how to best plan for roads and other transportation infrastructure – will bring elected officials, economic leaders, property owners and interested citizens from more than four counties together during the Lake Norman Transportation Commission’s second annual summit on Sept. 30.