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
On Saturday, September 7, food trucks from all over the Greater Charlotte Area will be putting it in park in the Oak Street Mill for the ultimate food truck throwdown to become the “Champions of Old Town.” From 12-8pm, Cornelius locals will test out fifteen of the area’s finest 4-wheeled restaurants, and cast their votes… Continue reading 15 Food Trucks Battle It Out For Your Vote at the Cornelius Food Truck Invitational
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(May 17. 2018) Curious about the progress of the Cornelius Art Center? Wednesday May 23rd at 6:00 pm is your chance to get up to speed at the next public meeting. The meeting will take place at Old Town Cornelius’ recently opened community hub, Brick Row which is located in the historic Oak St Mill,… Continue reading Cornelius Arts Center Announces Next Public Meeting
Enter: three local artists and a boarded up old building. The building adjacent to OTPH on Catawba Ave is undergoing restoration and while the owner is redoing the interior walls and front windows, plywood had been installed to protect the building. This group of artists had a vision for that plywood to transform from an… Continue reading Making History: A Picture Worth a Thousand Words
(October 20, 2016) After a year of research and preparation, work has officially begun on the Cornelius Arts and Community Center, a 3-year project to build an arts-based hub for the community and the region. The center’s new board members have met, filed the 501(c) 3 papers, and with the Town of Cornelius identified a… Continue reading With Town Board Support, Arts and Community Center Plans Move Forward