HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. -- Emphasis on a green build and healthy living theme from an outdoor garden right down to the building materials, Forrestal Academy, a preschool that will serve ages six weeks through pre-kindergarten, last week broke grown on its new campus in The Park Huntersville.
Addie Flowers Vance
Mrs. Vance, 83, of Huntersville died Saturday, May 25, at her home in Washington, N.C. She was born March 27, 1930, in Darlington, S.C., to the late Edward and Juanita Odom Flowers. At age 14, she contracted polio, leaving her to face the rest of her life with a brace on one leg and dependent on crutches and wheelchairs. While raising two children, she taught Sunday school at Hopewell Presbyterian Church in Huntersville, where she was a longtime member.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. -- Grammy and Indie Award-winning Al Petteway and Amy White will perform Sunday, June 16, at 7 p.m. as part of the Saint Patrick's Episcopal Church's Solas Leighis concert series. Currently residing in Asheville, the duo offer a blend of original, traditional, contemporary Celtic- and Appalachian-influenced music with occasional nods to rock and jazz.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. -- The Mooresville Art Guild at The Depot will feature Annie Glacken in Gallery 1 beginning June 11. A native of St. Louis, Mo., she and her husband have lived in Louisiana, Texas and Virginia before settling in North Carolina. Her chosen medium is watercolor because of its spontaneous traits. She has studied with Susan Crouch, Sterling Edwards, Jan Groenemann, A. J. Schexnayder, Jennie Tomlin, Wes Waugh and William Youngblood. Her work has been exhibited in juried and judged shows and has won several awards.
Couple's birthday gift inspires organization's 25th anniversary 'House That Love Built.'
DAVIDSON, N.C. -- The next Concert on the Green in downtown Davidson will be held Sunday, June 9, featuring the beach and variety sounds of the Band of Oz. Concerts on the Green are regularly held the first and third Sunday evenings of the month on the Davidson Village Green.
Special Needs bowling
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The U.S. National Whitewater Center will host the second annual Brew Stash Bash, an all-day festival that invites guests to taste and learn about various craft brews while enjoying live music performances on Saturday, June 15. The festival will begin with the Brew Dash 6K, followed by an afternoon of craft beer sampling and live music.
DAVIDSON, N.C. -- Davidson Community Players will present the Tony Award winning musical The Pajama Game, opening Thursday, June 20. This musical comedy features many familiar tunes including "Steam Heat," "Hey There" and "Herandao's Hideaway."