Welcome! Wednesday, February 20, 2019 | Login | Register
Neighborhood Calendar July 12, 2018

Saturday, July 14, 2018

What: Kingstown, NC Founder's Day Celebration
When: 10:00am until, July 14
Where: 107 Paul Ramseur Ct., Kingstown, NC
More Info: Guest Speaker, Hope Cupit, President & CEO South East Rural Community Assistance Project, Inc. (SERCAP), Roanoke, VA. Activities and food for all. Please join us for an Exciting, Memorable and Historic Celebration!
Monday, July 16, 2018

What: Summer Reading Program
When: July 16-19
Where: Cleveland County Memorial Library, 104 Howie Dr., Shelby
More Info: Monday, July 16: Whodunit program for adults (6:00-7:00pm). Test your detective skills as we try and solve the Glass Room Mystery. July 17: Libraries Rock with Geology program for school age children (1:30-2:30pm). Learn about rocks and minerals, and decorate a rock of your own! July 18: Library Rocks with Dancing preschool story-time program (10:30-11:00am). Hear a story and then get up and move to the music! July 19: Break Out EDU program for Teens (1:30-2:30pm). Join in our own take on an escape room as you try to solve the puzzle and be the first to open the box! There is no need to register to attend. All events free and open to the public. For more information call the library at (704) 487-9069, or visit our Facebook page by searching for @ClevelandCountyLibrarySystem.
What: Post-Polio Support Group Meeting
When: 6:00pm, July 16
Where: The location is at the rear of the Life Enrichment Center off of Hwy. 18N. on Life Enrichment Drive.
More Info: Everyone attending should bring their own meal. Coffee, and water will be provided. A program will be given by Greg Horne on home automation, sometimes called "Smart Homes". Explaining how home automation can help anyone with physical handicaps, to be able to control lighting, HVAC, and surveillance security at your home. If you are a polio survivor and would like to attend, we would love to see you there! Feel free to bring a caregiver with you. For more information call Wanda-Greg Horne at 704-482-8807 or Dianne Garner 704-434-4928.
Wednesday, July 18, 2018

What: Summer Reading Program: Dancing Through the Ages
When: 10:00am - 12:00noon, July 18
Where: Kings Mountain Historical Museum
More Info: We are partnering with Mauney Memorial Library to host an event as a part of their Summer Reading Program. It will begin at Central United Methodist Church where Gaston County Museum will do an interactive program, "Dancing through the Ages." Afterward, the Museum's historic houses (right across the street) will be open to tour and outside will be crafts, historic games, face painting, and live music. Something fun for all ages!
Saturday, July 21, 2018

What: Alzheimer's Association Education Program "Navigating a Dementia Diagnosis"
When: 9:00am - noon, July 21
Where: Southminster Retirement Community, 8919 Park Road, Charlotte, NC
More Info: The 3-hour session is free. Includes a light breakfast. Open to individuals with a recent diagnosis and/or in the early stages of Alzheimer's and related dementia diseases, their families and care-partners, and anyone interested in learning more about planning and resources and services that are available. Registration is strongly suggested to ensure space for all attendees. To register, visit tinyurl.com/NavigatingDementiaCLT or call 1-800-272-3900.
What: South Mountain State Park "Animals of the South Mountains"
When: 11:00am, July 21
Where: South Mountains State Park Visitor Center auditorium.
More Info: Learn about the many animals that call South Mountains home. Located south of Morganton off old Highway 18. Call the park office at (828) 433-4772 for more information.
call 1-800-272-3900.
What: Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser
When: 8:00am - 10:00am, July 21
Where: Fatz of Shelby, NC
More Info: Adults $10 Children $6. Proceeds to benefit Kairos Outside of Western NC.
Saturday, August 4, 2018

What: Annual Polkville High School Reunion
When: 6:00pm, August 4
Where: The Camp Call Masonic Lodge in Polkville, NC
More Info: Anyone who ever attended Polkville School is invited. For more information, please call Betty White Mauney at 704-487-6505.

Printer-friendly format

Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: