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Old Town Cornelius

September 27, 2019

Keeping up with the Cain Center

By Todd Olvis Lake Norman’s future looks bright, and it is about to get even brighter. We recently had the pleasure of sitting down to talk […]
July 19, 2019

TGIF! An Inside Look Into 2nd Friday Street Festivals

In honor of another 2nd Friday coming to a close, we thought we would share with you some of our #2ndFridayFestival memories! Between the food trucks, drinks, live music, and shopping, there is a lot to be excited about at 2nd Friday. Here are some of the highlights from our time at the July 12th Festival.
May 14, 2019

Cain Center for the Arts Gains Momentum

Groundswell of Support Grows at Cain Center for the Arts! Individuals and Organizations working together to bring new arts and community center to the region. May […]
April 11, 2019

Our YMCA invites you to the Easton Mills Memorial Challenge

The Easton Mills Memorial Challenge was created in 2018 to honor the memory of Lake Norman YMCA member, Easton Mills.
February 5, 2019

Cornelius Art District Soirée

Its the inaugural Cornelius Arts District Soirée, a free event to be held at Brick Row (19725 Oak St., Ste. 9, Cornelius) on Feb. 21, from 6 to 9 p.m.
October 8, 2018

The Creative Hub that is Old Town Cornelius

OTC expands its lineup once again by presenting back-to-back events in October! 2nd Friday Street Festival followed by the first ever Urban Art Slam in Old […]
September 17, 2018

Cornelius Arts Center Has a Name

Cornelius Arts Center to be Named After Bill and Ericka Cain Future arts facility secures naming rights  SEPTEMBER 17, 2018 – CORNELIUS, NC – The Cornelius Arts Center is […]
June 27, 2018

Food Trucks at OTPH all week long!

Looking to sample the best local food trucks and don't want to travel too far? You're in luck! Old Town Public House (OTPH) on Catawba Ave will have the best area restaurants on four wheels posted up this week... come indulge and try them all!
June 25, 2018

Bells Box Collective Opens in OTC

After six years of working in finance, Cory Rindskopf traded her drab, gray cubicle for something far more exciting.