If you’re like me, you miss the good ol’ days; heading to the bar after work with your coworkers or friends, maybe to listen to a local band, or catch a comedy show or an open mic night. If you’ve been keeping your eye out for a live event that you can enjoy, but still… Continue reading Live Comedy Showcase at Studio 13
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
If you haven’t been inside the Lake Norman YMCA in awhile, you may notice things look a little different. There is a temperature screening when you walk in the door, and the staff wear masks as they walk around. But changes due to our recent environment are not all that’s new. Massive renovations occurred over… Continue reading Social Distancing and Group Exercise at Lake Norman YMCA
The Cornelius community has been waiting with baited breath to see progress in The Cain Center for the Arts, and on September 10th, a huge construction landmark was crossed; the start of demolition on the remaining buildings residing on the future Cain Center grounds. This is an exciting and invigorating time for everyone within the… Continue reading Cain Center Progress Update With Executive Director Justin Dionne
In a season of constant change, local hotspot Old Town Public House has not been immune to hardship. In early September, the community hub temporarily closed its doors after being designated as a bar. However, the people of Cornelius were determined not to let their neighborhood gathering place go dark for long. Community and Team… Continue reading Exciting Developments for Old Town Public House
As we ease into cooler weather and adjust to life within the pandemic, families are looking for engaging activities to break out of the confines of their homes and connect with their communities while still staying safe. Since March, you may have made your way down the quarantine checklist, starting with baking bread, arts and… Continue reading Finding Fun During the Pandemic
On June 2, 2020, the Cain Center for the Arts Released its final design renderings for the future space. This highly-anticipated news has spurred excitement in the community, as the excitement to welcome the Cain Center for the Arts to the OTC Scene grows.
A fun mix of modern and vintage home decor just landed in the Oak Street Mill, called The Bungalow Market. The shop is locally owned by husband and wife team, Brett and Greta McCoy from the LKN area.
Drive-In Movies in Old Town Cornelius is the event summer series of 2020. This social-distancing friendly event is bringing a classic idea to the streets of Cornelius…and now at a bigger venue — The Lake Norman YMCA!