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Kannapolis offers trip packages

KANNAPOLIS ó The Kannapolis Parks and Recreation Department is offering several trips to attractions in North and South Carolina beginning next month.
Options include:
Riverbanks Zoo & Garden, Columbia, S.C. Visitors can see all the animals as well as the botanical gardens. Date: March 14. Cost: $20 per person (lunch not included). Registration deadline: Feb. 24.
Andy Griffith Museum, Mount Airy. View the largest memorabilia collection of Andy Griffith around and eat lunch at Mt. Airyís famous 13 Bones Restaurant. Date: April 6. Cost: $12 per person (lunch not included). Registration deadline: March 22.
Kannapolis Intimidators at the Hickory Crawdads. Support the hometown minor league baseball team as they take on the Hickory Crawdads Date: April 30. Cost: $14 (food and beverage not included). Registration deadline: April 13.
Flat Rock Playhouse, Flat Rock. Visit the historic Flat Rock Playhouse and see a performance of Chicago. Date: May 25. Cost: $55 per person, which includes lunch and admission. Registration deadline: May 2.
The trips, which are for those 18 and older, will all depart from Village Park in Kannapolis. Each trip is limited to 25 people, and full payment is due at the time of registration. Departure and return times vary based upon the particular trip.
For more information, contact the Kannapolis Parks and Recreation Department at 704-920-4343.
For a program brochure, log on to the city of Kannapolis website at www.cityofkannapolis.com and click in the link in the column on the left.

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