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Historic Bain Spring Fundraiser Set for April 5

The Historic Bain Restoration Committee will hold a spring fundraiser on Saturday, April 5, in the Kerr Building, Philadelphia Presbyterian Church, 11501 Bain School Road, Mint Hill.

Visitors are invited to shop for attic treasures, books, garden plants, and food items at the Bain School Village between 9 am and 5 pm.  Featured village shops include Uncle Harley’s General Store, Miss Bertie’s Dress Shop, Bain Garden Shop, Antiques & Second-Hand Shop, and the Community Book Store. Organizers of the event are looking for new and used furniture, clothing, books, and other items to sell at the event. […]

By |March 19th, 2014|Around Town, Featured Posts, Good deeds|2 Comments

Texas Roadhouse of Matthews to hold fundraiser for Bain restoration project

Texas Roadhouse, located at 10450 E. Independence Blvd., Matthews, NC (704-814-0285) will donate a percentage of its food sales on Sunday, November 24, to the Historic Bain Academy Restoration, as well as any donations received that day.

Patrons should present the Texas Roadhouse coupon between 11 am and 10 pm, and the Bain project will receive 10 percent of those sales.  Proceeds from the Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser will go toward restoring Historic Bain, which was established 1889 and has served thousands of students in its 124-year history. […]

By |November 21st, 2013|Around Town, Bain Elementary School, Featured Posts, Good deeds|0 Comments

Civil War comes to life at McEwen Historic Village

PHOTOS BY MICHELE DOTSON

Ethan Todd from Kannapolis (left) and Jost Epley from Lexington, NC, both 13, work on preparing blank rounds for demonstrations. Todd has been involved with Civil War re-enactments since he was five  years old. Epley got involved last April after his uncle brought him to a re-enactment near Lexington.

By |November 7th, 2013|Around Town, Good deeds|0 Comments

It’s Radio-Active: Charlotte amateur radio club transmits message to Iceland

By Michele Dotson: Staff Writer

Members from the Charlotte Amateur Radio Club set up their equipment every other Saturday in the Assay office at the Carl J. McEwen Historic Village in Mint Hill.  Their priorities are to provide information to the public about the history of ham radio, and to help those interested learn how to begin […]

By |July 31st, 2013|Around Town|49 Comments