Having opened to the public on Earth Day, the Altered exhibit at Cornelius Arts Center up in Lake Norman features what you could call sustainable art. Four artists — Andrea Vail, Jessica Naples, Amy Bagwell and Laurie Schorr — have used found and/or discarded objects to create the works on showcase. As upcycling’s popularity grows, we’re reminded of the power that items of the past possess. The reception for the exhibit is slated to go down during ’Tawba Walk, an art crawl with entertainment. Free admission
For $25, guests get to taste an array of wines and enjoy food that includes the “house special” of warm-baked Brie. For more information, visit www.lakenormancottage.com.
Film will be viewable from both the land and the lake. Boaters can receive audio via radio. Screening as part of the Cornelius 2013 Summer Outdoor Cinema Series. Weather permitting, all shows will begin at dusk. Free admission
Journey Church of Huntersville has a primary mission of reaching out in the greater Lake Norman area to help connect people with God and with this mission in mind is proud to announce the launch of a new campus to serve the communities of Cornelius and Davidson. Journey Cornelius will offer a Saturday night service beginning March 30 at 5:00 pm in the Kadi Fit facilities at 19725 Oak St. in downtown Cornelius. FREE
Full day summer Camp - June 24-June 28, 9am-4pm. DCP's first ever all day camp! Students work with talent developer and director/choreographer Katie Williams to develop their skills as musical theatre artists. This camp is for all ability levels and will focus on developing the artist where they are as an actor, singer and dancer. Students will need to dress comfortably and bring a bagged lunch. Sign up online at https://townofdavidson.recdesk.com/recdeskportal/ 225
Screening as part of the Cornelius 2013 Summer Outdoor Cinema Series. Weather permitting, all shows will begin at dusk. Free admission
Different Roads Home offers support groups of a new sort. Our goal is to focus on individuals that are HIV positive, how they can live a positive lifestyle, and connect with other positive people. This group is open to men and women who are HIV positive, as well as their supporters, who may attend regardless of their status. Friends and Family meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm at Different Roads Home. For more information or to RSVP, please contact us at email@example.com. Free