The Caldwell Arts Council has promoted and presented high quality arts in Caldwell County North Carolina since 1976. It is the mission of the Arts Council to establish and maintain an awareness and appreciation of cultural arts in Caldwell County by encouraging participation in arts events, and offering various educational opportunities and administrative services that support artists, arts agencies, and audiences.
Join us for a Lunch and Learn you don't want to miss! On behalf of the Hon. Elaine Marshall, Secretary of State: Ann McNellis Elmore, Agency Legal Specialist for the Investor Protection & Education Services presents: ''SOS! Tips and Tactics for Staying Safer Personally and Professionally. Fraud is everywhere and the best weapons against it are knowledge and resources. Ann will be discussing several key points to help you thwart fraud attempts in your personal and professional life and answering your questions! This event will... Prime your awareness of warning signs Boost your toolkit for screening out scams Collect go-to sources for when problems emerge You will leave with the knowledge and resources you need to take the first steps in preventing fraud from affecting your life! BONUS INFORMATION INCLUDES an Introduction to the Advance Health Care Directives Registry, a resource for making your health care choices accessible whenever, where ever they're needed!
Do you want to cross ''Visit Ireland'' off your bucket list? We are selling raffle tickets for a chance to win a ticket on our Chamber Discoveries trip to Ireland! 400 Raffle Tickets are available for purchase for $50 each until supplies run out or until April 17th. The winner will be announced at the 747 Business Connection Networking Event on April 17th here at the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce.
NC Gravity Games & Street Fest Celebrates 10th Anniversary w/ Races, Science Expo and Surprises, All FREE, Saturday, April 25 The checkered flag waves again at the tenth annual NC Gravity Games & Street Fest, a landmark STEM-education festival and racing extravaganza, on Saturday, April 25 in Downtown Lenoir. The free, action-packed day of thrills is sponsored by Google, Appalachian State University, the University of North Carolina (via the NC Science Festival) and the City of Lenoir. The Gravity Games is a real-world experience in which students from across the state use STEM lessons (science, technology, engineering and math) to build and race their own gravity-powered cars down Ashe Avenue?s long hill in downtown Lenoir, cheered on by hundreds of fans as music and color commentary pipes through a jumbo-tron. The race typically features 60-70 teams hailing from around North Carolina. Registration for the 10th anniversary race closes on March 13. In addition: The Science Street pavilion showcases hands-on exhibits, including robots, space observation, solar powered cars and a mobile ?maker? center. A festival Midway offers more rides and attractions. The Main Street Food Court keeps racers and revelers fueled up for fun. Since launching ten years ago, the NC Gravity Games & Street Fest has enrolled more than 500 student teams from across the state in its STEM competition and entertained tens of thousands. The Gravity Games and its various attractions are a signature event of the NC Science Festival. Prizes include bragging rights, tech goodies, medals and trophies -- plus the pride in being recognized as STEM superstars. For more information, please visit www.ncgravitygames.com.
The Caldwell Chamber is hosting the 4th Annual Spring Fling Golf Classic. Hit the links at Cedar Rock Golf and Country Club on May 1st for an afternoon of friendly competition, networking opportunities, and maybe a few surprises along the way! This captain's choice tournament is a great opportunity to get out of the office and make some lasting business connections with fellow golfers and businesses in the community. Each player will receive two beverage tickets and have the opportunity to purchase up to 2 mulligans at registration.