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Free legal help during Spring Night Out

SALISBURY — Do you need free legal help? During Spring Night Out, meet with a Rowan County attorney for a free one-on-one consultation.
Spring Night Out is Friday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. in downtown Salisbury.
Volunteers from the Rowan County Bar Association will be stationed in the Historic Salisbury Foundation building in the 200 block of South Main Street near the Meroney Theater for conferences. No appointment is necessary, and volunteers will be available for questions regarding all civil and criminal matters.
This event is sponsored by the bar association as a public service to the community in cooperation with Downtown Salisbury Inc.
Spring Night Out will celebrate mothers and offers a chance to purchase last-minute gifts for Mother’s Day. Shops will be open late, and the event activities for families. Downtown restaurants will also be in full swing.
The Kids Zone area in the parking lot next to K-Dee’s Jewelers will feature a bounce house, face painting, Patterson Farms, a Mother’s Day card creation station for kids and more.
East Fisher Street will have a slew of activities including an on-street nursery from Lowe’s, craft station for kids and floral arrangements provided by Michaels, Hap’s hotdog trailer, snow cones by SnoBiz, a bounce house and live music behind Thread Shed featuring Olivia Albertson and her band. Students from Catawba College will be handing out free plants at the new Downtown Catawba College store as well as providing live street music from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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