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Local arts & entertainment news Oct. 17-2

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Opportunity to hear Matthew Weaver and Clay Lunsford in two benefit concerts

Proceeds benefit Rowan One Church One Child Ministry
6 p.m. Oct. 20
Matthew Weaver and Clay Lunsford in concert will benefit Rowan One Church One Child Ministry, at Main Street United Methodist Church, 1312 S. Main St.
There are two ways to help:
• Give a love offering to help purchase beds for a child receiving Child Protective or Foster Care Services;
• Help us find foster homes for children placed out of county and adoptive homes for four children waiting for a forever home.
Information about the children will be provided at the concert.
To learn more, contact Jon Hunter at 704-216-7914 or jon.hunter@rowancountync.gov

Spaghetti dinner included
4:45 p.m. Oct. 26 (note time change)
CHINA GROVE — First United Methodist Women of China Grove will sponsor a Matthew Weaver and Clay Lunsford Concert at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 26 in Langford Hall, at 110 W. Church St. A love offering will be taken.
A baked spaghetti dinner will be offered before the concert. Dinner tickets are available from Eunice Holt at 704-856-8609.
Age up to 3 years eat free, 4-9 years $5, 10 years and up $10 with all proceeds being used for missions. Tickets for the meal should be purchased by Oct. 23.

 

Price of Freedom hosts Old School Gospel concert
6 p.m. Oct. 19 : Gospel Voices. Museum rooms will not be open, just the auditorium. Price of Freedom Museum, 2420 Weaver Road, China Grove in the former Patterson School. www.priceoffreedom.us/

 

Kaleidoscope Arts & Ag Festival
Noon-4 p.m. Oct. 19
KANNAPOLIS —The Kaleidoscope Harvest Market on Saturday is the closing celebration of the year long Rowan County Arts & Ag event.
Join more than 70 vendors, the Salisbury Symphony, local artisans such as painters, jewelry makers, and woodcarvers and celebrate the rich culture of agriculture with local breweries, wineries, and goods from local farmers.
Some of the wine and food vendors include Mac-Attack Chicken, Chicken Salad Chicks, Carolina Smash Truck, Douglas Vineyards, Morgan Ridge, Railwalk Brewery & Eatery and Cougar Run Winery.
Fun for the entire family includes stilt walkers, bubble and balloon artists and more. Kids can perform with The Flow Circus interactive play station with skill toys from around the world such as flower sticks, Japanese kendama, spining plates, yo-yo’s, tops, hand sacks, juggling toys, and more.
This is a free event, held at the North Carolina Research Campus Lawn, adjacent to Kannapolis City Hall, 401 Laureate Way.
See www.kannapolisarts.com

 

‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ seeking extras for filming
CHARLOTTE — Tona B. Dahlquist Casting (from The Hunger Games, Homeland casting) is seeking those interested in filming as extras for an upcoming project to film in November and December in the Charlotte area.
Andrew Garfield and Jessica Chastain will play Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker in “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” a biopic that will be directed by Michael Showalter (“The Big Sick”). “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” is an intimate look at the extraordinary rise, fall, and redemption of televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker.
Extras of all ages, races and types are needed (children – seniors). All extras are paid.
Those interested in being considered should submit two current photos (a close up and a full length) plus name, phone, age, city/state, height/weight, clothing sizes, description of visible tattoos and piercings, color/ make/ model, year car you drive.
Send submissions to Charlottemovieextras@gmail.com with the heading being your ethnicity, gender, age and city/state you reside. Example: Asian Male, 42, Charlotte, NC.
Keep up with daily casting needs at https://www.facebook.com/Tona-B-Dahlquist-Casting-354971765249/
Production is also seeking period cars from the 50s, 60, 70s, 80s and 90s. Include a photo of your vehicle, information on year/make/model, along with your name and phone number. Submissions for period vehicles can be sent with the heading Vintage vehicles.

 

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