Several Shepherds, Pastors and Clergy of the Charlotte Mecklenburg region hereby submit a Resolution of Peace and Justice.
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!
Ready, set… ACTION! ? ? Get Excited LKN! The Drive-In Movies at the Mill series is coming to you THIS SUMMER! ? – – ????????? – – – – ?????????- – This weekend’s show will be “Sing”! ?????? SPACE IS LIMITED and pre-registration is required! A limited number of “walk-in” tickets are available for those… Continue reading Drive-In Movie at the Mill: Sing
It’s been well over a month since Old Town’s neighborhood coffeehouse and pub has closed it’s doors due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As many are eager to get back to enjoying the pub’s Cheers-reminiscent atmosphere and nightly entertainment, it looks to still be a long road ahead until things are back to “normal”. While Old Town Public House awaits a reopening with no timeline yet in sight, we wanted to take a look at where the familiar faces are today and how they’re holding up.
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
2ND FRIDAY STREET FESTIVAL KICKS OFF MAY 10 Local favorite Irrashional headlines this month’s 2nd Friday On Friday, May 10, 6-10pm, 2nd Friday Street Festival will return to Old Town Cornelius at Oak Street Mill for its sixth season. Cornelius Cultural Arts Group hosts this monthly event, which runs from May-October on the second Friday… Continue reading 2nd Friday Street Festival is Back!
DID YOU KNOW??In the days of rockabilly and muscle cars, this spot was the popular cruise-in destination. Cornelius natives can recall walking right up to the glass window on the side of the building to order up some delicious soft-serve ice cream on a warm summer day from the Tastee Freez or stopping at the 50/50… Continue reading DID YOU KNOW? The Tastee Freez
DID YOU KNOW? The shop in this photo has been the site of many different gathering spaces since it was constructed in the late 1880s. Can anyone name the businesses currently inhabiting this building that was once known as Ma Harrill’s Dime Store and later the Crouse Variety Store?
The Easton Mills Memorial Challenge was created in 2018 to honor the memory of Lake Norman YMCA member, Easton Mills.