The independent film "Spoiler Alert," a black comedy in which an failed filmmaker exacts revenge on a reviewer, will be shown at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Davis Theatre, 65 Union St. S., in Cabarrus County's historic courthouse. Lawrence Toppman, longtime film reviewer for The Observer, will answer questions after the movie. The unrated movie (www.spoileralertmovie.com) contains language that some viewers may find objectionable.
The free screening is part of a monthly series of independent films sponsored by the Cabarrus Arts Council and Modern Film Fest (www.modernfilmfest.com).
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Players and sponsors are needed for the Cornelius-based Little Smiles North Carolina's fundraising golf tournament April 16 at Birkdale Golf Club. Details: email@example.com; www.littlesmiles.org.
Grace Covenant Church, 17301 Statesville Road, will host a women's conference, "Going Beyond: Life Interrupted Simulcast with Priscilla Shirer" April 1-2. $25. Register by today at 704-892-8005, ext. 245; www.gracecovenant.org.
Lions clubs of Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville will sponsor the Russell B. Knox Memorial Golf Tournament April 18 at River Run Country Club. Fee is $75 per player. Sponsors at the $200 level are needed. All proceeds benefit the blind. Details: Ed Roberts, 704-892-0276.
Meet 2011 Legend honoree Bobby Allison at the annual Racing Legends Helping Legends event 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday at Memory Lane Museum, 769 River Highway (N.C. 150 W.). $10 admission. Proceeds benefit the Old Timers Race Club Medical Fund to help Harold Elliott, who was diagnosed with dementia and suffered a stroke recently. www.racersreunion.com.
The town board agreed March 10 to transfer $25,000 in unused money from the Outdoor Activities fund to the Engineered Sintered Components Park Fund. ESC has offered property between its Murdock Road complex and the Town Hall for a park, and fundraising is under way.
Downtown Statesville Development Corp. has chosen police Officer Joe Prevette as 2010 Main Street Champion for his contributions to downtown revitalization. He was honored recently at the N.C. Main Street awards program and by the City Council.
A representative of the nonprofit N.C. GreenPower will discuss renewable energy at the Lake Norman Covekeepers meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at the East Lincoln Fire Department, 406 S. Pilot Knob Road, Denver, just south of N.C. 73. Details: Ben Benoit, 704-489-6249.