The Cornelius Police and Parks, Arts, Recreation and Culture(PARC) Departments will host a National Night Out celebration on Tuesday, August 7, 2018 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM at Bailey Road Park, 11536 Bailey Rd.
National Night Out is a FREE event that offers residents an opportunity to meet Local Public Safety Officers and stand together to promote safety, awareness and neighborhood unity. National Night Out is taken part by millions of neighbors across thousands of communities from all fifty states, U.S. territories and military bases worldwide on the first Tuesday in August (With Texas celebrating the first Tuesday in October).
The event will include fun for all ages with FREE food sponsored by Mammoth Machine, Suds N Shine, and Tenders, Pelicans Snowballs sponsored by Lake Norman Chrysler, a Dunkin Donuts Dunk-a-Cop tank, a bounce house sponsored by Elevation Church, a bounce slide sponsored by Truliant Federal Credit Union, a mini soccer camp by Carolina Rapids, and music by Rockie Lynne.
Come explore Cornelius Police vehicles, a Cornelius Fire Department Truck, observe a K9 Officer demonstration and meet community members from YMCA Lake Norman, Top Deck Foundation, Mecklenburg County District Attorney’s Office and Sheriff’s Department, plus many more.
The Cornelius Police Department will also be collecting school supplies for the annual Pack the Patrol Car Event during National Night Out. Items collected will be distributed to students at Cornelius Elementary, J.V. Washam Elementary, Bailey Middle and W.A Hough High School. Recommended supplies include paper, pencils, pens, highlighters, notebooks, binders, index cards, tissues, crayons, markers, colored pencils and backpacks.
Come join in the fun at the Cornelius National Night Out community celebration!
Make sure to bring your lawn chairs and blankets as the Cornelius PARC Department will be showing the movie Justice League on the big screen following the event.
National Night Out is a FREE event that offers residents an opportunity to meet Local Public Safety Officers and stand together to promote safety, awareness and neighborhood unity.
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.
The Stough-Cornelius Store once stood at the corner of Main St and Catawba Ave. Due to RJ Stough's decision to re-locate his cotton weighing scales in 1885, the area developed to be what we now call home, Cornelius.