Students participate in arts returns | Local news

The Students Participate in the Arts program would not be possible without the support of many of our local corporations and municipalities. This Year Students Participate in the Arts is presented by Fifth Third Bank with sponsors Atrium Health, North Carolina Arts Council, Corning Incorporated Foundation, Embassy Suites Charlotte / Concord, Hilliard Family Foundation, Independent Tribune, Cabarrus County, City of Concord, Coty of Kannapolis, Town of Harrisburg, Town of Midland and Town of Mt. Pleasant.

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Wall display – Cabarrus County Public Library, Concord – Wednesday, Jan. 12, 3 to 3:30 p.m. Join us for the opportunity to view and discuss the 1941 mural depicting scenes from County history. Cabarrus. Recommended for all ages; registration is free. 27 Union Street North, Concord. For more information and to register, see Library System – Mural Viewing (CON) * (

Beginner Pottery Wheel Course – Thursday, January 13, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Adults and children 8 years and over Cost $ 59.92, Includes 2 projects, 2 days of fun … 5 places per session. All inclusive. On the date of the 1st course: Instruction and wheel time. Make 2 bowls or cups, lift and clean to start over. 2nd glazing visit then departure for the final cooking. (Prem. Glaze not included). Be sure to wear proper clothes to get dirty and leave jewelry at home. Tip: trim the nails if possible. Having long nails can be difficult to create. Buy 2 tickets, use the code Buy2Get10 to get 10% discount on your order. * The courses are not refundable. But with 48 hours notice, move on to another date. Paint Your Hearts, 543 Winecoff School Road, Concord. For more information and to register, see Pottery Wheel Lessons for Beginners (Adults and Children 8 and Over) Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite.

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