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Here is what not to miss in #otc this week

2nd Annual Cornelius Fashion Show
Saturday, Sept. 24
6-10 p.m.
Oak St. Mill, 19725 Oak St.

So you think you got style, eh? Bring it! This Saturday, the Annual Cornelius Fashion Show at Oak Street Mill will be premiering fall looks from more than a dozen of the area’s premier designers with a runway show and boutique booths in the beautiful space of the restored historic Oak Street Mill. You can purchase tickets in advance for a discounted rate (eventbrite.com: search Cornelius Fashion Show) and all the fresh looks that come across the runway will be for sale after the show.

Summer Concert Series at D9 Brewing
Friday, Sept. 23
6-10 p.m.
D9 Brewing Co, 11138 Treynorth Dr.

Once a month all summer, D9 celebrates music, community, art and of course craft beer with an outdoor party in the parking lot. That’s right–the lot is closed to cars and open for pedestrian mingling. D9 brings in local food trucks, arranges picnic tables in the parking spaces, and features local artisans and food trucks too. It’s a great atmosphere for anyone who appreciates live music and local art vendors, including families with children.

‘Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche’ at the Warehouse PAC
Friday, Sept. 23 and Saturday, Sept. 24
House opens at 7:30 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m.
The Warehouse Performing Arts Center, 9216 Westmoreland Rd.

This is your last weekend to catch “Five Lesbians Eating A Quiche” – a delightful comedy, set in 1956, chronicling what happens when the leaders of the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein are quarantined to their community center (which is also a bomb shelter) during the Annual Quiche Breakfast competition. The threat of utter perish of the human race allows for some sharing of innermost thoughts, drives and motivations. Find out what happens when more than secret recipes are revealed!!
Reserve your tickets here

Jess Boye
Jess Boye
I live here in Old Town Cornelius and absolutely love our area's unique character. My life's calling is to work to bring art and culture to the forefront of everyday life. I work full-time for Bella Love, Inc and taking care of my adorable son, Kipton.

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