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Movie of the Month:
The Great Gilly Hopkins

Wed., April 25- Showtime: 2 pm

Spirited and rebellious 12 yr. old Gilly has been in and out of foster homes. Shes sent to live with the unorthodox Maime. Gilly doesnt intend to stay long, but Maime isnt about to quit on her young charge. Sponsored by Victory Wealth Management

1120 S. MLK Jr. Ave,
Salisbury, NC 28144

Spring Fling on the Farm - Barn pARTy

Saturday, April 28, 2018
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Sunday, April 29, 2018
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Patterson Farm
10390 Caldwell Rd
Mount Ulla, NC

Spring Fling on the Farm Festival (Weekends in April) Cost: $7.00 per person, Age 55 & Over $6.00 per person Children under 2 FREE Pick your own and already picked strawberries available at an additional fee. Check for strawberry availability date. (Showtimes: Saturday & Sunday 11:00, 1:00 & 3:00) April 28 & 29, 2018: Barn pARTy (typing intentional) All our weekend events plus special arts, crafts and activities focusing on all our barnyard animals.

1. Animal Show: come learn all about our barnyard friends. Included in Weekend Admission. (Showtimes: Saturday & Sunday 11:00, 1:00 & 3:00) Attractions Include: Art Wall Barnyard Barnyard Ball Zone Checkers Connect 4 Corn Hole Corn Pit Country Jamboree Cow Milking Cow Roping Duck Races Face Painting Farm to Table Play Farm Skee Ball Tunnel Fun Hula Hoop Horses Ms. Strawberry and Mr. Pumpkin Head Mud Pie Kitchen Pallet Maze Pappaw Carls Playground Pumpkin Tether Ball Sand Pit Spider Web Straw Bale Stack Up Tic Tac Toe Tire Mountain Tomato Cannon Tomato Slingshot Tunnel Slide Available at an additional charge: Cow Barrel Train Rides: $3.00 each Pony Rides $5.00 each (March 31 and Mothers Weekend Only) Strawberries: Treasure Mine: Depends on type of mix

More Info:
Patterson Farm

Eclipse (Pink Floyd Tribute Band) - Saturday Night Big Show

Saturday, April 28, 2018
9:00 pm
DJ's Restaurant
1502 W Innes St
Salisbury, NC

Join us as Eclipse takes the stage and brings us all back in time for The Pink Floyd Experience. No Cover Charge
More Info:
DJ's Restaurant

Earth Day Jam

Saturday, April 28, 2018
12:00 pm - 11:59 pm
Dark Before Dawn Farm
2100 7th Street
Salisbury, NC

Price: $30.00 to $50.00
Tiered ticket sales / Kids 12 and under are free

Earth Day Jam is an all day music and environmental awareness festival that benefits local non-profit organization, Happy Roots.

12 bands on two stages will perform Saturday, April 28th at Dark Before Dawn Farm, 2100 7th Street, Salisbury. Earth Day Jam features national and regional touring acts, as well as some of Salisburys finest local talent. This family friendly event will bring musical diversity, artists, vendors, environmental educators, and childrens activities to Salisbury continuing an Earth Day tradition that benefits the community and the environment.

Contact Info:
Ashley Honbarrier
Happy Roots

May Madness!
Car Fit Event

Tuesday, May 1; 9 am - 12 noon Location: Rufty-Holmes Front Parking Lot

Call 704-216-7714 to schedule your 20 minute appointment.

Don't miss out!

Have your car fit to you for safer driving.
Schedule your appointment now!

Enjoy a fun morning of... Classic cars on display Blood Pressure and Oxygen Checks

Refreshments provided by 101 Mobility and Home Instead!

Partnering with RCCC OccupationalTherapy Department.

This program is recognized by AARP and AAA.

Watercolor Society of North Carolina Traveling Show

Reception date: Sunday, April 15, 2018 2:00 - 4:00 PM Travel Exhibition Dates: April 15 - May 19 Hours of Exhibit: Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM to 5 PM

For more information, contact the Edward C. Smith Civic Center at 336-249-7875.

City of Salisbury, Cheerwine to host 2018 Cheerwine Festival

SALISBURY  To commemorate the launch of Cheerwines second century, the city and Cheerwine are teaming up to host another Cheerwine-themed festival.

The free festival will be from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. May 19 in downtown Salisbury.

Festivalgoers will have access to cold Cheerwine, live music, Southern food, Cheerwine merchandise, family activities, a beer garden and local crafts vendors.

As Cheerwines hometown, Salisbury is thrilled to partner with the soft drink manufacturer on the second Cheerwine Festival, following the success of the 100th anniversary event in 2017, said Mayor Al Heggins. Cheerwine has been a staple in Salisbury homes since the beverages founding in 1917, and we look forward to its continued success in our community.

In 2017, the brand commemorated its 100th birthday with its Centennial Celebration featuring live music and a barbecue contest. More than 30,000 people attended.

Created in 1917 by L.D. Peeler, the soft drink is known for its one-of-a-kind soft cherry flavor.

Owned by the Carolina Beverage Corp., the 101-year-old company is still privately owned and managed by the same founding family, five generations of whom have worked there. Cliff Ritchie is the current president and CEO.

More details about the festival will be available in coming weeks.

Flora and Fauna, The Seasons of Hurley Park: 30 years

123 East Liberty St.,
Salisbury, NC 28144
(704) 636-1882

Waterworks gallery hours: M-F, 10AM-5PM; Sat, 10AM-2PM.

Free admission

Feb. 10 - May 25

In collaboration with The Hurley Park Foundation, Waterworks will host The Seasons of Hurley Park: 30 Years, a juried professional group show celebrating the parks pearl anniversary. Selected artists from across the State will present works, in a variety of media. Also on view will be a selection of documentary photographs and artifacts representing the park's rich history.

Local fine arts photographer, R. Wayne Wrights will present a series of photographs representing the beauty of flora and fauna in North Carolina and Tennessee.

North Carolina landscape painter Nancy Nieves will present a new installation with sound. The abstract compositions, inspired by nature, are viewed while listening to bird sounds in the distance.

Book Bites Book Club

Tuesday, March 27, 2018- 6:00 pm

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 -6:00 pm

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 -6:00 pm

Rowan Public Library South
920 Kimball Rd
China Grove, NC
Price: Free

Free and open to the public.

Do you enjoy good books, fun fellowship, and tasty food? If so, join this free book club where we discuss a different book each month and serve refreshments loosely related to the theme.

Contact Info:
Rowan Public Library

A Ramble through Rowan Film Series

Tuesdays, May 8 - June 19 10 - 11 am
A different film each week historically explores the phenomena of Rowan County from colonial times to present day. Group discussion led by Gretchen Witt, from the Rowan Public Library. Film titles include: Lot 19 Becomes the Rowan Public Library The Ney - Sayers A Trip Along the Great Wagon Road The Struggle for Liberty Part I The Struggle for Liberty Part II Rowans Myths & Mysteries Courage & Conflict Rowan in the Civil War

Rufty-Holmes Senior Center
1120 Martin Luther King Jr S
Salisbury, NC 28144
(704) 216-7714

Fifth Annual Dragon Boat Festival

SALISBURY The fifth annual Rowan Chamber Dragon Boat Festival will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 28 at The Shrine Club on High Rock Lake, 6480 Long Ferry Road.

The Dragon Boat Festival is the largest annual event held on High Rock Lake, the second-largest lake in North Carolina.

Viewing is free for spectators. Nearly 3,800 Rowan, Davidson and Stanly County residents came out to watch more than 25 teams compete in 2017.

Besides dragon boat races, food vendors will be joined by local soft drink company Cheerwine as well as Salisbury-based breweries and vineyards.

Entertainment during the lunch break will include a drummers parade and raffle.

Spectators are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets. No pets, coolers or outside food will be allowed.

Parking is by donation and is available in lots adjacent to the Shrine Club. The Salisbury/Rowan County Convention and Visitors Bureau will provide trolley rides to and from the parking areas.

The Rowan Chamber is passionate about health and wellness. Strong team building coupled with hosting an event of this magnitude that brings together family fun and competition  all on High Rock Lake, our natural resource here in Rowan County  is a win-win for the community, said Teresa Dakins, chairwoman of the festival committee.

Pan Am Dragon Boat has been contracted to oversee the competition and provide each team with the necessary equipment, including life vests.

Teams will learn how to paddle during a practice session, which is included in team registration fees.

Each team will need to provide 20 paddlers  at least eight of whom must be female  and a drummer.

On race day, each team will compete in three heats on a 350-meter straight course.

Dragon boat racing dates back to a more than 2,300-year-old tradition in ancient China with 45-foot boats decked with dragon heads, tails and scales that seat 20 paddlers each.

Drummers sit in the bow pounding the drum to the beat of the paddlers stroke, and a steer person stands in the stern guiding the team down the race course.

Team sponsorships, as well as corporate partnerships, are available at various levels.

For more information, contact the Rowan Chamber of Commerce at 704-633-4221, or

J.F.Hurley Family YMCA
Band Schedule for 2018

April 7...7:00-10:00....Stoney Creek
May 5....7:00 -10:00....Stoney Creek
June 2....7:00 -10:00....Cheyenne
July 7 ....7:00 -10:00....Crimson Rose
August 4....7:00 - 10:00....Cheyenne
September 1 ....7:00 -10:00....Crimson Rose
October 6...7:00-10:00...Stoney Creek
November 3....7:00 -10:00...Stoney Creek
December 1....7:00 -10:00...Cheyenne

Montgomery Store Bluegrass Jam

9/8/2017 - 9/6/2019
Historic Gold Hill
For more than twelve years, musicians from all over the region gather at the old 1840 general store in Gold Hill every Friday evening to swap tunes, compare instruments, and entertain those who love to listen to Traditional Bluegrass and Old Time music
Phone: 704-267-9439