The city asks the public to remove, before April 4, all items placed at or near gravesites at Oakwood and West Concord cemeteries and Rutherford Memorial Park, and to not replace them until after April 8. The cemeteries will be cleaned April 4-8. 704-786-8212.
The Davidson Lands Conservancy and Central Piedmont Community College will sponsor a free viewing of the documentary "Play Again," 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday at CPCC's North Campus, 11930 Verhoeff Drive. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In partnership with Lake Norman Tennis Academy, the town will host youth tennis sessions April 4-28 at Jetton Park. Registration and details: Scott Tucker, 864-934-5069 or email@example.com; or Julie Mudge, 704-728-9168 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
At 7:30 p.m. April 11, the combined voices of the Davidson College Presbyterian Church Chancel Choir, Davidson College Concert Choir and Davidson United Methodist Church Choir will present Johannes Brahms' "A German Requiem" in the Duke Family Performance Hall at the college. Admission is $15, less for students and senior adults. Tickets: 704-894-2135.
The Mooresville Artist Guild's 2011 Spring Paint Out Competition will be 9 a.m.-4p.m. Saturday at the Depot Fine Arts Center, 103 W. Center Ave. All ages, skill levels and media can paint at locations of their choice. Entry fee is $15. www.magart.org.
The town board has delayed a decision on rezoning 0.9 acre at 314 S. Main St. to Highway Business, which would permit a hair shop/tattoo parlor.
April 9 has been declared Green Day in Statesville. The Green Fair, with informative seminars and a "5k on the Greenway" footrace will begin at the Statesville Fitness Activity Center on Simonton Road. 704-878-3586.
Midway Marina, 8693 N.C. 150 East, Terrell, will be headquarters for the Lake Norman Shrine Club's 32nd annual Dogwood Bass Tournament on Saturday benefiting the Shriners hospitals for children. Register at lakenormanshrineclub.org.
Nearly 1,300 camp vendors submitted entries to our recent summer camps listing. If you missed the March 6 print edition in the Sunday Neighbors section, you can see the list online at www.charlotteobserver.com/living. Camp vendors also can still add to the online database. Go to the same website and fill out the submissions form. The online database will be available until June.