We hope you enjoy these pictures from current and past activities.
Cornelius Girl Scout Daisy Troop #1641 released 1,500 ladybugs in the Cornelius Community Garden.
An army of volunteers pitched in to double the size of the existing garden. A special thank you to The Southenders, as well as everyone involved! Photo credit: Bill Giduz
Panthers Tournament for Special Needs teams, Oct 26, 2013
The Cornelius Historic Preservation Commission and PARC Department held the first "Stopover at the Springs: A Revolutionary War Encampment Re-enactment" on March 24-25, 2012 at Legion Park. Approximately 400 people attended the 2-day event. (Photos courtesy of Cornelius residents Jim Bradford and Jack Conard, Jr.)
Special thanks to Heart 2 Heart Bakery, Bob Evans, Cooke Rental for their many donations!!! And HUGE thank you to the volunteers who made this event as special as it was!!!!
Parent's Night Out for Special Needs Families
Cornelius & Huntersville summer camps for youth with special needs. Locations: Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatic Center, Discovery Place Kids, The Little Gym, Cornelius Art Center, and Northcross Lanes.
A Halloween Treat for Families!
Photos from our 2010 Summer Camps at Cornelius Arts Center
Photos from our Symphony in the Park event - a magical, musical night under the stars!
PARC Trip to Pearl Fryar's Topiary Garden in Bishopville, SC
visit the Pearl Fryar website at http://bit.ly/Pearl_Fryar
to view more images of this amazing garden visit this web address: http://bit.ly/Pearl_Fryar_Web_gallery
About 30 friends and neighbors visited Pearl Fryar's one-of-a-kind garden in Bishopville SC on Saturday, February 20, 2010 to tour the world famous topiary garden of Pearl Fryar and chat with Mr. Fryar. The bus departed from Cornelius Town Hall in the morning and the award-winning documentary "A Man Named Pearl" was shown on the bus trip to Bishopville. There are several short videos towards the end that show Mr. Fryar speaking.