If you are a caregiver, take time for a respite on Thursday, September 5th and join us for a free luncheon and a talk on “Mindfulness” from one of our own physicians. Please RSVP to [email protected] , or 704-316-4256. Novant representatives will be on hand to offer resources on nutrition, free classes, living wills, advance directives and more.
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Check out these upcoming community education sessions at Novant Health Huntersville and register by emailing [email protected] to attend any of the following:
o Sept 24– “Importance of a Healthy Pelvic Floor for All Ages”- Identification of the problem, prevention, and treatment options.
o Oct 29– “Breast health and the Resources to Stay Healthy”- Making sense of new guidelines, where to go for testing, and benefits of genetic testing.
o Nov 19– Lung Cancer Awareness Panel- Meet a panel of experts to discuss the latest data trends in lung cancer, treatment options, new and old environmental concerns.
Sessions will be held in the evenings from 6-7 p.m. on the Ground Floor of the Physician’s Plaza at 10030 Gilead Road and are free with registration.
FREE PLANT SWAP on Saturday, August 10th at Veterans Park!
WHAT: An opportunity to bring plants and/or garden materials that you don’t want AND leave with something you do want! (NO buying or selling.)
WHEN: Saturday, August 10th from 10:30am-11:30am. Please arrive at 10:15am or sooner as we’ll start promptly at 10:30am. (I will be there at 10:00am.)
WHERE: Veterans Park located at the corner of Main St. and Huntersville-Concord Rd. (We will be near the Farmer’s Market.)
WHO: Anyone and everyone who is interested in sharing/swapping plants and/or other garden materials with their neighbors. Novice gardeners are encouraged to come and learn, and seasoned gardeners are encouraged to come and share their knowledge. You can also ignore the plants and just come socialize with your neighbors.
WHAT TO BRING: Indoor or outdoor plants, flowers, bulbs, bushes, seeds, cuttings, tools, books, buckets, pots, stone path, rocks, trellis, benches and more. (Please be prepared to take back home anything of yours that’s not grabbed during the event.) For the PLANTS, please repot plants into pots and label with their name, color, sun or shade.
GIVEAWAY: A representative from Huntersville Police Department will be there to meet with neighbors, build community and give away swag!
The Huntersville Chamber’s monthly member meeting will be hosted by Midwood Smokehouse on Tuesday, May 21st at 9 a.m. Members (and one time guests) are encouraged to bring a 30 second elevator speech, business cards and an appetite to celebrate National BBQ Month!
The Huntersville Chamber of Commerce is delighted to host and support the Sportsman’s Association of Bass Anglers for their spring fishing tournament on Memorial Day Weekend. The organization brings in anglers from primarily southern states. Many of the anglers and their families will be arriving in the Huntersville area the week prior to the event and Huntersville Chamber members will showcase the area with discounts, specials and welcome packages.
The pre-tournament registration banquet will take place at Magnolia Woods (12125 Statesville Road) on Friday, May 24th and will feature food from Shine the Chef with donations from Kabuto Japanese Steakhouse, Jason’s Deli and Pepsi and entertainment from Bach to Rock performers.
The Sportsman’s Association of Bass Anglers (S.A.B.A.) will be hosting a Kids Fun Fest event for underserved children in the area, in conjunction with the Live Awesome Foundation, Latta Plantation and the Huntersville Chamber in July.
We encourage you to welcome the anglers to our area! We are excited to have them choose our Chamber and our region for their event!