If you’re like me, you miss the good ol’ days; heading to the bar after work with your coworkers or friends, maybe to listen to a local band, or catch a comedy show or an open mic night. If you’ve been keeping your eye out for a live event that you can enjoy, but still… Continue reading Live Comedy Showcase at Studio 13
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Getting to Know Local Cornelius Photographer Deborah Young
It’s a bright, fall day. The birds are chirping, the leaves are turning a golden brown, and there’s a scarecrow casually reclining on an iron rod bench. This is the scene outside of Deborah Young’s photography studio, a quaint, homely space on Catawba avenue. You may know Deborah, as she’s been a photographer for the… Continue reading Getting to Know Local Cornelius Photographer Deborah Young
Cain Center Progress Update With Executive Director Justin Dionne
The Cornelius community has been waiting with baited breath to see progress in The Cain Center for the Arts, and on September 10th, a huge construction landmark was crossed; the start of demolition on the remaining buildings residing on the future Cain Center grounds. This is an exciting and invigorating time for everyone within the… Continue reading Cain Center Progress Update With Executive Director Justin Dionne
Drive-In Movies All Summer Long at the Oak Street Mill
Coming together to celebrate our community is one of the most important core values of Old Town Cornelius. The Drive-In Movies at the Mill is bringing a timeless favorite to our community as a response to social distancing guidelines. We are pumped to bring this recurring event to the streets of OTC!
Who is my Neighbor? Charity knows no distinctive other than one is in need.
Written by: David Judge The term, Good Samaritan, is familiar to most people even if they’ve never cracked open the Bible to the Gospel of Luke where the parable is found. In that passage of chapter 10, Jesus is asked what one must do to inherit eternal life. Quoting from Deuteronomy and Leviticus, respectively, Jesus… Continue reading Who is my Neighbor? Charity knows no distinctive other than one is in need.
Feed LKN through showing some Neighborhood CARE
The C.A.R.E. Center already served as a drop-off point for food items, and has now ramped up the operations, to fully focus on food collection and distribution. The C.A.R.E. center located 19711 Smith Circle is the official hub and food pantry for the general Old Town Cornelius area.
Now Enrolling Your Child for Small Class Sizes and Fun Learning with Lakeside Charter Academy
Many parents might be ready to pass the teaching torch back to the teachers and schools as we all navigate through the ‘stay at home’ orders. While we can’t yet determine when the school doors are opening again, we can announce that enrollment for next Fall is open at Lakeside Charter Academy now! LCA is… Continue reading Now Enrolling Your Child for Small Class Sizes and Fun Learning with Lakeside Charter Academy
Two College Students’ Perspectives on COVID-19
Hello, hello OTC! We are Kami and Maddie, two of OTC’s college interns, and we are here to share with you our reflection on how we came to realize the severity of this global pandemic, offer some quarantine activities, and hopefully spread some positivity during this chaotic time.