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  1. Calendar Overlay City of Lincolnton Events (5)

City of Lincolnton Events

  1. Spring Art Crawl 2021

    May 21, 2021, 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Downtown Lincolnton - shops, sidewalks & Courthouse Lawn

    An evening of art, both visual and performing, hosted by businesses in historic Downtown Lincolnton as well as on the lawn of the Courthouse. It is a night of community, as we gather to support our artists and small businesses while at the same time enjoying some food from a local restaurant or food truck and meeting our friends, family, and neighbors to share in the fun. This event is organized by the Arts Council of Lincoln County, the Downtown Development Association, and the Lincoln Cultural Center. Artists may register to participate via this link:

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  2. Chalk the Walk 2021

    May 22, 2021, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Historic Downtown Lincolnton Sidewalks!

    2021 Lincolnton Chalk Walk Sponsored by: The Arts Council of Lincoln County $5 entry fee per artist or group A fun, creative day of chalk art for everyone to enjoy! Family-friendly art event. See the full Rules and Regulations for Artists at the event website LINK. • Each artist or team will have a space assigned to them. • Check-in begins at 9AM on Saturday, May 22, 2021. All artists must check in with their registration by 10AM to participate in the contest. There are two categories: Adult and Youth • To be considered for judging, artists must complete their work by 5PM. • Youth artists must have a parent or guardian approval to participate • All chalk used MUST be water-based (NO OIL PASTELS). • Chalk is the ONLY medium that may be used. • No fixatives allowed on the drawings. • Chalk can only be used in designated areas by artists. No streets or parking spaces. • Artist and participants will not obstruct business entrances or traffic walks.

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  3. Color Run of '21!

    May 22, 2021, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Run starts at BGRoss Park and runs the Rail Trail course.

    Sponsored by the Lincolnton Student Advisory Council, this color run/walk 5k is a great way to kick off the summer! The event will not be officially timed to keep things fun for all ages. All proceeds will help the SAC add bricks to the Student Memorial.

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  4. Memorial Day Holiday - City Offices Closed 5/31

    May 31, 2021, All Day

    Solid Waste trash pick up schedule:
    Monday 5/31 - Holiday - NO collection
    Tuesday 6/1 - Monday route collected
    Wednesday 6/2 - Tuesday route collected
    Thursday 6/3 - Wednesday/Thursday routes collected
    Friday 6/4 - First Friday Recycling Collection

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  5. Memorial Day Veterans Ceremony

    May 31, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ A short program and wreath-laying ceremony at the Lincoln County Veterans Memorial at the East side of the Lincoln County Courthouse

    More than just bbq, family time, & the kick-off to summer, Memorial Day commemorates the men and women who died while in the military service of their country, particularly those who died in battle or as a result of wounds sustained in battle. The purpose of Memorial Day is to memorialize the veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

    In 1950 Congress agreed upon a resolution asking the president to "issue a proclamation calling upon the people of the United States to observe...Memorial Day, by praying, each in accordance with his religious faith, for permanent peace." 20 years later in 1968, the Uniform Monday Holiday Act was finally passed, which declared that Memorial Day would take place on the last Monday in May and required that federal employees be granted a day off. In 1971, Memorial Day officially became a federal holiday intended to observe and honor the people who lost their lives while serving in the U.S. military.

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