Mint Hill area resdient Jet Eller said this week his new film, “Never Feed the Troll” was picked up by the Real to Reel International Film Fest at Kings Mountain. Jet recently came back from Oklahoma at the Barebones Fest with an Audience choice award and two nominations (Best Actress and Best Thriller). The film […]
Finally, the weather was good for the 7th Mint Hill Highland Games last weekend. Didn’t get a chance to go? Here’s some highlights of the event.
Last week’s Movie on the Lawn drew one of the largest crowds ever for the event. This week’s movie, Toy Story 3, should do the same. The movie begins at dusk (around 8:15 pm) and you are encouraged to bring a blanked or lawn chair.
Mint Hill Arts wants to know what kind of music inspires you for it’s new exhibition, “Notable ART,” Art Inspired By Music. Intake is Friday, May 6 from 4-6 pm and Saturday, May 7 from 10 am to 12 pm. The survey is for all fun and to get excited about creating musically inspired art. […]
Mint Hill based contemporary Christian band, Jeff Roy & Seeds of Hope, announced the release of their debut CD, “Now Unto the King” last week. The MP3 can be purchased at Amazon.com. Comprised of members of the Hope Christian Church worship team, the
band’s inaugural effort contains works written and arranged by Hope’s worship leader, Jeff […]
The Armed Forces Museum and Archives of the Carolinas is hosting a Bluegrass Festival at the Park on Fairview on May 21. The event is called, “Salute to Our Armed Forces and the 1st Annual Bluegrass Festival. It’s being touted as a national day to pay tribute to the men and women who serve the […]