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Join the Rose Society for a pruning
8 a.m. Saturday • rain date March 23
The Rowan Rose Society will be pruning roses at the Triangle Rose Garden in front of Summersett Funeral Home on West Innes Street on Saturday. The event will last approximately two hours.
A Star Rose Double Pink Knock-Out will be given away in a drawing for visitors or attendees, and refreshments will be offered.
Learn more from Sara Hill, 704-642-1612.

Volunteer at the 31st Annual VIP Miniature Golf Tournament
10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. April 13
The Rowan County Parks and Rec Department’s Therapeutic Recreation Division’s 31st annual Statewide Visually Impaired Miniature Golf Tournament will be held at Dan Nicholas Park’s two ADA compliant miniature courses, at 6800 Bringle Ferry Road.
Volunteers are needed as sighted guides to assist participants with navigating the course for play. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old.
Lunch is free for volunteers. Spectators, family, friends and staff may purchase lunch for $5.
Volunteer check-in is at 8:15 a.m. that morning at Shelter 4.
To volunteer, contact Edward Hailey at 704-216-7780 or edward.hailey@rowancountync.gov or see www.rowancountync.gov/VIPminigolf

Join PPT’s set construction for ‘Mamma Mia’
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday
At the Meroney Theater. Lunch provided. No experience necessary. Learn more at 704-633-5471 or PiedmontPlayers.com

Earth Day Jam – A Benefit for Happy Roots
Earth Day Jam – A Benefit for Happy Roots April 19-20 at the Rowan County Fairgrounds
Call for Vendors
Seeking artisans of handmade good and natural products.
Also seeking environmental organizations and businesses and Earth Day educators.
Call for Volunteers
Seeking helping hands for this family friendly, music and arts festival, Earth Day celebration and fundraiser for Happy Roots. Visit www.earthdayjamnc.com or contact happyrootsinfo@gmail.com

Rowan Arts & Ag Farm Tour call for artists
Saturday -Sunday June 1-2
The second annual Rowan Arts & Ag Farm Tour is seeking talented artisans and musicians at each of the 14 farms located around the county.
To participate, contact Sue Davis by email: sunfire72@carolina.rr.com/ or call 704-279-8542.
This is a free event, with no space fee. Participants are responsible for their own tables, chairs, tents, supplies, transactions, etc.
Art and craft exhibitors may show off their crafting skills and talents but everything must be hand crafted.
For culinary artists who make jams and relishes, cookies and cakes, all prepared foods must meet the requirements for resale.
Plan to show or tell how your products are made.
Visual and preforming artists are also welcome.
Have business cards or flyers with your contact information. You will be able to sell your products but most of all this will be more of a networking, contact making, meet the community event.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor and having your business contact The Rowan County Extension Office at 704-216-8970 or alalbert@ncsu.edu

Mooresville Arts: call for artists

Mooresville Arts Gallery, 103 W. Center St., Mooresville.

41st Springfest judged art exhibit
Intake March 29-30
MOORESVILLE — The Springfest is open to artists age 18+. Awards and reception Friday, April 12, 5-8 p.m. Details and prospectus at Mooresville Arts, 704-663-6661 or office@MooresvilleArts.org

Art of the Wild
Intake May 31-June 1
“Art of the Wild” is an exhibit and fundraiser, a collaboration between Mooresville Arts and Lake Norman Wildlife Conservationists.
Proceeds from sales of donated and sold artwork will benefit the mission of both organizations.
Opening reception is June 14. People’s Choice Awards will be awarded at the conclusion of the exhibit. For entry details, visit https://mooresvillearts.org/

 

 

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