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Arts Briefs -Week of 5/15

Theater group holds auditions for ‘Unnecessary Farce’ DAVIDSON – Davidson Community Players will hold open auditions for its summer comedy “Unnecessary Farce”by Paul Slade Smith. Auditions will be held at 7 p.m. May 20 and 21 at the Armour Street Theatre, 307 Armour St. The audition will… read more about Arts Briefs -Week of 5/15

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This Week - Week of 5/15

May 15 Haulers on Union The 600 Festival hosts Haulers on Union, a hauler parade featuring NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams, along Union Street in downtown Concord. The Union Street Live concert series follows the parade. Details: www.600festival.com. When: 6 p.m. Where: Union Street in… read more about This Week - Week of 5/15

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This Week - Week of 5/8

May 8 ReStore ReStyle Design Challenge Eight designers decorate rooms with donated household items in this fundraiser for Our Towns Habitat for Humanity. Tickets cost $25 and include heavy hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine and an opportunity to shop from the rooms early. When: 6:30… read more about This Week - Week of 5/8

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This Week - Week of 5/1

May 2 Relay for Life of Huntersville and Cornelius Support those in the community who are battling or lost their lives to cancer in this all-night fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. The event will include entertainment as fundraising teams walk around the track. When: 6… read more about This Week - Week of 5/1

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Arts Briefs - Week of 4/24

Neighborhood spawns music series HUNTERSVILLE – Tim Sanborn’s Homefront Music Series doesn’t attract residents. The live music series brings the musicians to residents. The Homefront Music Series has been attracting professional singers-songwriters to the Wynfield or Wynfield Forest community… read more about Arts Briefs - Week of 4/24