The inside scoop on a few of the best happenings in OTC each week.
2nd Friday Street Festival
Friday, July 14
6:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m.
Oak Street Mill
19725 Oak Street.
The 2nd Friday Street Festival is back and ready to light up the streets of Old Town on Friday, July 14 from 6-10 pm! If you haven’t been yet, the only question I have is, what are you waiting for?
With creativity and local talent around every bend, 2nd Friday in Old Town Cornelius is your monthly GO-TO for arts & culture of all kinds here in Lake Norman’s Cultural Arts Destination! This month’s edition even features a “Hounds of Old Town Meet & Greet.” The intent here is to get as many of our dogs out and about enjoying the #CultureCrawl on a whole other level.
Partner Thai Yoga Workshop
Friday, July 14
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
The Meditation Room
19900 S. Main St., Ste 5, Cornelius, NC
Thai yoga bodywork is one of the main branches of Traditional Thai Medicine. This style of bodywork aims at stimulating the flow of energy within the body by working the energetic pathways.
During the class, you will have a chance to experience giving and receiving the bodywork, which is a wonderfully meditative, powerfully energizing, and deeply relaxing experience for both giver and receiver.
Cost: $45 per pair. ONLY 4 spots! Registration REQUIRED!
Christmas In July
Saturday, July 15
5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
D9 Brewing Company
11138 Treynorth Dr.
D9 Brewing Company and Opera Carolina present… “Christmas in July!” An OTC first, D9 Brewing is encouraging guests to come dressed as the most outrageous interpretations of “Beach Santa” for a chance to win cool brewery prizes! The night will also include:
• Singers from Opera Carolina will be caroling throughout the night
• Additional live music
• Food trucks
• Specialty Christmas small batch release
• $3 Hopera Carolina IPAs
• Contest for… “The Best Beach Santa” contest (we encourage lots of creativity here!) and the WINNER receives a D9 Swag Basket full of merchandise and gift certificates
Check our events calendar for full listings
About the contributor:
My name is Adé and I love music. I mean LOVE. Like, the kind of love that causes you to make irrational life decisions. The kind of love for which you forego a full scholarship at a top university and a commission in the U.S. Navy, just for a shot at a record contract (#truestory).
But I digress.
As I was saying, my name is Adé, I love music, and I am the lead vocalist for The Hawthornes. We’re a local 4-piece funk/rock/soul fusion unit. And we wouldn’t be here without the unique OTC community helping to make, support and define the local music scene.