Take yourself out of the green hills of the North Carolina piedmont and into the isolated, daunting boulder fields of wild Alaska. Enormous rocks are between you and your destination: the campsite up and over the hill. A freezing rain numbs your body and makes every climbing step that much more dangerous. Would you be […]
Mint Hill library manager, Mark Engelbrecht, called the library’s webpage their “best kept secret.” The website offers information about the library’s catalog, services, classes, and events. Classes and events provide residents of all ages with story times, arts and crafts, computer assistance, and educational support.
“We don’t want it to be a secret,” said Engelbrecht. “We […]
Numerous visitors and new vendors continue to attend the farmers market at the Mint Hill Historical Society on Matthews-Mint Hill Road. Last Saturday was the first farmers market in September, the final month of the season.
“It’s been wonderful. Every year we keep getting more people aware of the farmers market, and it has been great […]
The Mint Hill Historical Society provides hands-on, environmental learning that includes an entire village of restoration. What visitors may not know is that it also offers reading materials for sale. Residents and visitors inspired by historical learning at the society can continue their education on their own time through books on local history.
The Presbyterian Gathering […]
About 40 local artists are gathering again this August for Sunday Afternoon in the Park. Sunday, August 26 from 1 – 6 pm, Mint Hill residents are invited to join local painters, woodcarvers, textile artists, and more to celebrate local art and have a good time at the Park on Wilgrove. Admission is free.
The first […]