The Cornelius PARC Department wants you to go to Bailey Road Park on Sept. 18 for "Country Music in the Park" from 6 to 9 p.m. The concert is free.
Gates will open at 6 p.m. There will be concessions and activities for the children. Free parking is available at both the park and Bailey Middle School.
This night of country sounds will be highlighted by a performance by the David Michael Band, beginning at 6:30 p.m. For more about Michael and the music, go to davidmichaelmusic.com.
Michael has been described as "a true world-class talent that possesses a unique sound and unmatched stage presence." A fireworks show will begin after the concert.
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The event is supported by Gold Sponsors Lake Norman Chrysler Jeep Dodge and MI-Connection; and Silver Sponsors Aquesta Bank, Lake Norman Citizen, the McIntosh Law Firm and ElectriCities. For more information call 704-892-6031, ext. 160, or visit www.corneliuspr.org.
Fall sports for Cornelius
Registration has begun for sports this fall. Go to corneliuspr.org for more information.
Flag football, for ages 4 to 14. Registration ends today. As of this writing, only a few places were available for the instructional division for 4- and 5-year-olds.
Youth lacrosse beginner clinics, for ages 5 to 17. Registration is open through Sept. 9. Clinic will meet at 3 p.m. Sundays in September.
Cornelius-Huntersville Youth Lacrosse League for ages 5 to 14. Registration is open through Sept. 13. Games will be on Sunday afternoons.
The North Mecklenburg Soccer Club has a limited number of spaces available in some divisions. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for availability.
Applications are still being accepted to serve on committees for the "Dream phase," phase 3, of the Navigate Cornelius project. Committees, as identified by citizen feedback, are Economic Development, Placemaking & Town Services, Mobility, Community Services and Leisure & Commerce.
Save some dates in September to attend a "visioning workshop." The workshops on each date should be about the same and should last for two hours each. Currently, dates planned are Sept. 14, 15 and 16. Two workshops will be held in the evening and one during the day.