By Todd Olvis Old Town Cornelius recently caught up with local artists Jon Byrd, Obray Cowan, Miss Lotus, and Joe Obso – creators of the colorful cosmic mural you’ve probably noticed while driving around Main Street. OTC began covering the murals progress back in July and we’re grateful for the artists agreeing to sit down… Continue reading Painting The Town! The Story of Four Local Artists’ Vision for OTC’s Cosmic Mural
With Veteran’s Day just around the corner, we here at OTC wanted to take a moment to highlight one of the hard-working veterans right here in our community, Eric Rice. Eric Rice was first ranger battalion at Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah, GA until 2000 when he left the service to finish his college degree.… Continue reading Myrüka Chocolate Is the Sweetest Example of Veteran Entrepreneurship in Our Community
By Todd Olvis Lake Norman’s future looks bright, and it is about to get even brighter. We recently had the pleasure of sitting down to talk with North Carolina local and Executive Director of The Cain Center for the Arts, Justin Dionne. This story begins in 2013 when Cornelius residents approved a $4 million bond… Continue reading Keeping up with the Cain Center
In honor of another 2nd Friday coming to a close, we thought we would share with you some of our #2ndFridayFestival memories! Between the food trucks, drinks, live music, and shopping, there is a lot to be excited about at 2nd Friday. Here are some of the highlights from our time at the July 12th Festival.
Groundswell of Support Grows at Cain Center for the Arts! Individuals and Organizations working together to bring new arts and community center to the region. May 10, 2019 – Cornelius, North Carolina. submitted by Alison Ellrod, Director of Development Support for the Lake Norman region’s new home for the arts continues to grow, as local… Continue reading Cain Center for the Arts Gains Momentum