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City of Lincolnton Events

  1. Handmade for the Holidays

    November 16, 2018, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Lincoln Cultural Center

    Handmade for the Holidays! Bring your gift list and shop with our artisans for one of a kind presents for everyone! Friday, November 16, 5 pm - 9 pm Saturday, November 17, 9 am -3 pm. Free Admission

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  2. Thanksgiving Holiday - City offices closed

    November 22, 2018 - November 23, 2018

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  3. Blue Friday - Clean-up at Betty Ross Park!

    November 23, 2018, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Betty Ross Park

    One of our newest downtown merchants, Alki Outfitters of 111 E. Main St. Lincolnton, NC is sponsoring a clean up day in Lincolnton!

    JOIN US FOR BLUE FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 23RD, 2018 at 2:00pm at Betty Ross Park.

    Before we dig into that leftover turkey sandwich, we’re going to spend one hour on the day formerly known as Black Friday picking up trash in the park. Alki Outfitters will have clean up kits to use to collect trash & litter at any public space in our community! Alki recommends Betty G. Ross Park, the Marcia Cloninger rail trail, and City Park at 1000 N. Aspen St.

    Join us for an hour of doing something good for our community and the environment.

    This is the third annual Blue Friday, a nationwide DIY cleanup initiative, started by United By Blue (a brand carried by Alki Outfitters).

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  4. The Lives of Enslaved African Americans

    November 24, 2018, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Historic Ramsour's Mill Battleground Park

    Hosted by the Lincoln County HIstorical Association and supported by grants from the North Carolina and Lincoln County Arts Councils, history comes to life through two interpretive presentations.

    Nicole Moore presents third-person view of enslaved African Americans during the institution of slavery. She talks while preparing a meal over an open fire illustrating the skill and abilities needed for enslaved cooks in their day to day duties. Nicole engages with visitors to talk about family, work and leisure life while navigating a legal system that treated slaves as 3/5th of a person.

    Dontavius Williams will present his first-person account of the life of an enslaved African American male through his Chronicles of Adam. This historical interpretation is comprised of various accounts, historical facts, and life lessons as visitors are thrust back in time to experience a first-hand conversation with Adam the blacksmith.

    Parking is free.

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  5. 2018 Christmas Parade & Tree Lighting Ceremony!

    November 25, 2018, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ East Main Street & Court Square

    The 60th Annual Lincolnton Christmas Parade! It's time to gather your elves, find your sleigh and enter the Lincolnton Christmas Parade! Join the celebration as Historic Downtown Lincolnton kicks off the holiday season with the Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony. Parade entry & vendor application forms are online and easy to submit. Deadline for entries is Thursday, November 15! Click for details > > >

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  6. Santa House!

    November 29, 2018, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ NE corner of Court Square at E Sycamore Street

    Santa is in residence and greeting North Pole visitors every weekend in December (Th/Fri/Sat 11/29-12/22). He's finding out who's been naughty or nice, making his list and checking it twice. Stop by for a visit and photo with Santa at the adorable Santa House before or after a wonderful carriage ride through Historic Downtown Lincolnton.

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  7. Carriage Rides in Historic Downtown Lincolnton

    November 29, 2018, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ East Main Street, 100 Block

    Enjoy a beautiful horse-drawn carriage ride through the decorated streets of Historic Downtown Lincolnton before or after visiting Santa at the Santa House. Handsome carriages are ready for a romantic promenade and fun wagons take families and groups on open hay rides.

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  8. Santa House!

    November 30, 2018, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ NE corner of Court Square at E Sycamore Street

    Santa is in residence and greeting North Pole visitors every weekend in December (Th/Fri/Sat 11/29-12/22). He's finding out who's been naughty or nice, making his list and checking it twice. Stop by for a visit and photo with Santa at the adorable Santa House before or after a wonderful carriage ride through Historic Downtown Lincolnton.

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  9. Carriage Rides in Historic Downtown Lincolnton

    November 30, 2018, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ East Main Street, 100 Block

    Enjoy a beautiful horse-drawn carriage ride through the decorated streets of Historic Downtown Lincolnton before or after visiting Santa at the Santa House. Handsome carriages are ready for a romantic promenade and fun wagons take families and groups on open hay rides.

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  10. A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol

    November 30, 2018, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Lincoln Cultural Center

    Produced by the Lincoln Theatre Guild, this fun twist on everyone’s favorite classic holiday tale gets the fractured fairy-tale treatment. Performances 11/30-12/2 and 12/7-9.
    All the famous fairy-tale characters take on all of the memorable roles of Dickens’s A Christmas Carol. You’ll never know who will show up next when the Big Bad Wolf (as Ebenezer Scrooge) meets his old business partner Jacob Midas (Marley), who could turn anything to gold. Midas warns Big Bad that he’ll be visited by The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future (played by a Fairy Godmother, Old King Cole, and the Queen of Hearts respectively). The ghosts make Scrooge realize what a scoundrel he’s been to the Charming (or Crachit) family — including Prince Philip, Cinderella and their kids, Hansel, Gretel, and Tabitha, their Little Match Girl — and help him to remember what the Christmas spirit is all about. This fun-filled adaptation stays true to the warmth and heart of the classic.

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Planning Department Calendar of Events

  1. Planning Board and Board of Adjustment Meeting

    November 20, 2018, 4:00 PM @ Council Chambers

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