Fifth Third Bank moved its Concord main branch last week to 40 Cabarrus Ave.
A grand opening celebration is planned for Friday.
The bank's regular hours are 9 a.m.-6 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays.
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Downtown Concord Development Corp. asks anyone with a building for sale or space for lease in downtown Concord to call the nonprofit development group at 704-784-4208 or send an e-mail to Diane Young at email@example.com or Nancy Lenig at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The organization receives requests for information on available spaces and properties each week and would like to assist owners by passing along their information.
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College's Small Business Center will offer the free seminar "Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter 101" from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday in room 115 of the college's building at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis.
Financial experts will detail how to navigate today's business capital environment at a seminar called "Business Capital 2011, Shaking the Money Tree" from 1 to 4:30 p.m. March 10 at Catawba College's Ketner School of Business, 2300 W. Innes St., Salisbury.
Lindsey Bumgarner assumed ownership recently of her family's Flowerchild Design Florist, a full-service florist at 242 N. Main St., Mooresville.
Bumgarner was raised in the floral industry. Her mother, June Cavin, operated several local florists before opening Flowerchild Design in 2008. Bumgarner assumed ownership from her mother, who remains a designer at the full-service florist.
Flowerchild Design Florist offers a "Go-Green" vase and container recycling program through which customers earn store credits for recycled items.
Details: 704-664-7638; www.flowerchilddesignflorist.net.
The Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce has scheduled a ribbon-cutting at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Silly Scissors Children's Hair Salon, 516A River Highway (N.C. 150), Mooresville.
Silly Scissors offers children's haircuts, bang trims, braids, up-do's, manicures and pedicures, as well as haircuts for mom and dad.
Stylist/owner Laura Eanes has cut hair for 25 years, including 20 years doing styles, color and perms for an exclusive clientele in South Carolina.
After moving to Mooresville with her husband and two daughters, she decided to focus on the chemical-free styling of children's hair.
Stylist Desiree Parker also works at Silly Scissors. She has cut hair for seven years and has specialized in children's hair cuts for 21/2 years.
Silly Scissors is beside Bloom in the Port Village shopping center. Hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays.
Details: (704) 799-0776; www.sillyscissors.com.
Iredell County entrepreneurs are invited to a series of free workshops beginning Monday on the essentials of starting and maintaining a solid business.
Known as "The Business Plan Competition," the workshops are open only to new business startups that will operate in Iredell County. Participants will also receive extensive assistance in developing their plans.
The workshops are sponsored by the Greater Statesville and Mooresville-South Iredell chambers of commerce, Mitchell Community College, Mountain State University and the N.C. Small Business Technology & Development Center.
Applications are available at www.mooresvillenc.org.
Details: Suzanne Wallace, 704-878-3227.
Masterworks School of the Arts, the Davidson Center and author and college financial planner Ryan Clark will host a three-hour seminar March 12 called "The Artists Guide to College: A Planning and Funding Workshop for Fine Arts Families."
"We targeted the arts because of our areas of expertise and because the most sought-after degrees of the next decade are anticipated to be the bachelors and masters of fine arts," said Dave Uibel, founder/director of Masterworks School of the Arts in Davidson and Mooresville.
The seminar will be at the Charles Mack Citizen Center, 215 N. Main St. in downtown Mooresville.
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