Category Archives: Mint Hill Madness
In this Thursday’s Mint Hill Times, watch for Adam Houston’s report on how the rain affected last weekend’s Mint Hill Madness. Attendance was down, Fairview Park got a little muddy, and the parade didn’t have all its floats. That didn’t … Continue reading
In case you didn’t get over to the pet show at Madness Saturday, the folks at Mint Hill Animal Clinic were nice enough to share these photos with the Mint Hill Times.
Drop free stuff from a helicopter and watch people go crazy! That’s what happened at Mint Hill Madness last Saturday when Chick-fil-A sent stuffed cows floating down by parachute on to Fairview Park. (VIDEO by Tim Long, The Mint Hill … Continue reading
Finally, the rain stopped and the sun is out at Mint Hill Madness. Today’s music includes pianist David Roach (1-2 pm), Steve Hicks Trio (2:30-3:30 pm) and the gospel sounds of Serenity (4-5 pm). Yesterday, the show went on despite … Continue reading
[singlepic=178,320,240,,center]Five minutes before the parade began, the rain stopped. What timing! So the parade marched up Matthews-Mint Hill Road without a hitch and the spectator turn-out was a lot more than expected considering the damp day. Now it’s on to … Continue reading
At 9:30 am, the parade is about 20 minutes away from beginning. It might be drizzling a bit, but the show goes on!
Sandy Barnett at the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce just told the Mint Hill Times that activities at tonight’s Mint Hill Madness has been canceled because of rain. The rest of the festival Saturday and Sunday will go on as … Continue reading
[singlepic=122,270,190,,center]Jose Aguayo took first place in the Lion’s Club 5K Saturday on Bain School Road. More than 40 runners participated, including Mint Hill Times columnist Dr. Mike Richardson who ran in 33 minutes. More pics and complete race results:
[singlepic=82,110,190,,right]The Park on Fairview will be packed with people in three weeks attending Mint Hill Madness. The festival gets going September 26 with a three-hour performance on the blue stage by variety rock band Flamingo Tribe and one-hour shows on … Continue reading