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20 Charlotte Area Christmas and Holiday Parades in 2021

From Charlotte on the Cheap: In November and December, you can find holiday and Christmas parades in every corner of the Charlotte area. They start the weekend before Thanksgiving, with the Concord Christmas Parade, which is followed up by the biggest holiday parade...

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Last weekend of Moonlight on Main in Belmont

From Charlotte on the Cheap: For three weekends this fall, Downtown Belmont will be displaying Museum of the Moon, a touring art installation by artist Luke Jerram. The internally lit moon is almost 23 feet in diameter, and features detailed NASA imagery of the lunar...

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Belmont’s Moonlight on Main Festival starts Thursday

From The Gaston Gazette: Belmont will beam from shimmering moonlight over three consecutive weekends beginning Thursday, Oct. 21. Moonlight on Main, promises to offer vibrant lights and stunning art, turning downtown Belmont into an outdoor planetarium through...

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New path connects Belmont to Cramerton

From The Gaston Gazette: People can travel a new path from Belmont to Cramerton by either foot or bicycle thanks to the Rocky Branch Park that re-opened Saturday. Location: There are only two ways to access the trails at Rocky Branch. The two trailheads include the...

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Sea Sprays and Blueways

From PBS and North Carolina Weekend: North Carolina Weekend explores “Sea Sprays and Blueways” around the state from Saxapahaw including a kayaking journey through Gaston County, a visit to wind-powered Outer Banks Brewing Station in Kill Devil Hills, a chartered boat...

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Tar Heel Treasures: Millican Pictorial History Museum

From Spectrum News: One of the oldest houses in Belmont feels like a time capsule. Inside, you’ll find all of North Carolina’s rich history showcased through pictures, and Allen Millican is the man behind it all. Read more from Spectrum News here.

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