Langston’s Jewel Medieval Faire

This is a medieval faire to benefit the children of a local Children’s Home named Barium Springs Home for Children, this place is a place where children can go when they need counselling or group help or fostering…
The story-line behind this is Dr Langston, an Officer in Her Majesty’s service, has seen the world under the worse of circumstances and as he was on holiday in Greece, he ponders his life and realizes that what he truly wants is to be in a place where there are no wars and all disagreements are handled and sorted out peacefully, as he thinks over his desires, he absent-mindedly places a stone in a small niche in the wall… thing is the Fates are always around and they heard his heart’s desire and after evaluating his life felt that he had earned his desire. They placed him in a deep sleep and when he awoke, he found himself in a place unlike any he had ever seen………https://www.facebook.com/pg/Langstons-Jewel-Medieval-Faire-626993174073877/about/?ref=page_internal

Open House at Tilley Harley-Davidson of Statesville

Come out and celebrate spring at Tilley Harley-Davidson. There will be food trucks, beer, soft drinks, activities for the kids, and a live performance by country music star Rocky Lynne, along with special guest Josh Perryman!

When in Our Music- A Tribute Concert for Dan Pardue @ Mitchell Community College

Mitchell Community College will host When in Our Music–a tribute concert for Rev. James Daniel (Dan) Pardue on Sat. Mar. 24, 2018 at 7 p.m. in Shearer Hall on the Statesville Campus. The event will feature performances by Mitchell students, alumni, faculty/staff and community members honoring the legacy of Dan Pardue.

Pardue taught extensively in the Statesville area for many years as an applied music instructor, church choir director, and music faculty member at Mitchell where he also served as the voice faculty member and directed the Mitchell Chorus. Along with his wife Jane, Pardue was a champion of the music department at Mitchell. The Pardues both retired from duties at Mitchell in 2013. Dan Pardue passed away on Dec. 25, 2017. “Dan and Jane Pardue were champions of the arts in our community, and in many ways we can credit the success of arts programs at Mitchell to their life’s work,” said James Hogan, Mitchell’s Vice President for Advancement. “We are humbled by this opportunity to honor Dan’s life, and we hope that others in our community will pick up where Dan and Jane’s work ended and that they’ll see the Pardue Friends of the Arts fund as a way to continue our community’s legacy of excellence.”

Concert tickets are $30/person and are available online or by calling (704) 878-4321. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the newly formed Dan and Jane Pardue Friends of the Arts Endowment at Mitchell. The Pardue fund will support Mitchell’s legacy programs of visual and performing arts. In addition to buying tickets to the concert, members of the community may support the cause by donating a sponsorship. For more information about sponsoring or donating to the Dan and Jane Pardue Friends of the Arts endowment, contact Mitchell’s Advancement Office at (704) 878-4321.

Members of the community who performed with the Pardues are invited to join a community choir, which will perform at the concert. Anyone interested can contact Dr. Beverly Brown, Mitchell music department coordinator, at bbrown@mitchellcc.edu or (704) 978-5479. Rehearsal will be held at 5 p.m. prior to the performance.

Iredell County Alzheimer’s Community Forum

The Alzheimer’s Association-Western Carolina Chapter will be hosting the Iredell County Alzheimer’s Community Forum to hear from local area residents who have been affected by Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about the disease, discuss their experiences and needs, learn about resources, and discover how to engage in the cause. There is no cost to attend, but registration is requested at: https://tinyurl.com/iredellforum or by calling 980-498-7760.

Statesville Historical Collection Benefit

So join us in “Whiskey Shoot Alley” for a LowCountry Boil, Gumbo, Beer, Wine & Music to celebrate one of the many things that makes Statesville such a great place to live. Advanced tickets are available now at the Cafe.

Selling LowCountry Boil or Chicken & Sausage Gumbo! Served with Tossed Salad and Rolls. $20 Advance $25 Day Of – Heaping Serving, Eat Here or Take It To Go! Rain or Shine Event. Tickets available at Bristol Cafe or Statesville Historical Collection (212 N. Center Street). All proceeds benefiting the Statesville Historical Collection.

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