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The City of Salisbury, Cheerwine presents the Cheerwine Festival

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To commemorate the launch of Cheerwine’s second century, the City of Salisbury and Cheerwine are teaming up to host a Cheerwine-themed festival.

The free event will take place on Saturday, May 19, in downtown Salisbury from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Cheerwine fans will enjoy cold Cheerwine, live music, great Southern food, shopping for Cheerwine merchandise, family-friendly activities, a beer garden and local craft vendors.

Teen Center Now Open

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After a year of discussions and planning, the new Teen Center at the Miller Recreation Center, 1402 W. Bank St., will celebrate its grand opening Saturday, March 3 at 11:30 a.m.

Following a call by citizens for fun, safe programming for youth in the community and affordable options for parents, the parks and recreation department began to formulate a plan to introduce a Center in early 2017.

Parks and Recreation has new programs

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Salisbury residents who have vowed to increase their exercise and learn a new craft this year are in luck. The parks and recreation department recently released its Winter Playbook, chock-full of fun progams for young and old alike. Bellydance for Beginners, Chair Volleyball, Poetry of Hip Hop, Splatter Art and Intro to Coding are just a few of the many new programs featured in this season’s offerings.

Girls Who Code Spring Session Coming Up

Catawba, Livingstone Colleges partner with Fibrant, Parks and Recreation to provide guest instruction during spring Girls Who Code Club

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Two Salisbury higher educational institutions, Catawba College and Livingstone College, will assist with guest instruction of the Salisbury Girls Who Code Club (GWC) spring session. The partnership is the first of its kind where the local educational organizations have joined forces with city departments to instruct public, private and home-school youth together on a STEM-related project.

New Teen Center provides recreational space for Salisbury youth thanks to the Robertson Foundation

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The Salisbury parks and recreation department has received $50,000 in funding from the Blanche and Julian Robertson Family Foundation in support of a new Teen Center program to be offered at the Miller Recreation Center, 1402 W. Bank St. The program, for children ages 10-17, will offer mentoring, life skills, homework assistance and recreation opportunities. 
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04/2018Hackathon for Kids | Police Hold Foot Pursuit 5K | Cheerwine Festival Returns | Fibrant Referendum | Easy Online Bill Pay | Free Class for Homebuyers | Meet Your City Council
03/2018Teen Center Now Open | Locals Receive EDK Awards | Cemetery Clean Up | SPD Annual Report | Keep Salisbury Beautiful | Event Calendar
02/2018Rookies Reach Firefighter Dream | Project Safe Neighborhoods | Get City Alerts by text | Get on the Bus | #Positive Gossip | Parks & Rec Has New Programs | Watch Out for Frozen Pipes
01/2018City Budget Process | Transit Begins Adopt-a-Shelter Program | Prepare Your Home for Winter | Get Fit in 2018 for Parks and Rec | Stop Where?
12/2017Winter Holiday Safety Tips | MLK Celebration | SFD 200 Year Anniversary | Trades-Based Training | Waste Collection Services | Crime Tracker
11/2017Downtown for the Holidays | New Waste Collection Routes | City Launches New Website | Tips for Safe Shopping | DSI and City host Open House for Empire Hotel
10/2017Salisbury Historic Landmarks | Residents Begin Community Action Planning | Salisbury311 Reporting Tool | Fire Prevention Week | Fall Spruce Up Week
09/2017BLOCKWORK | Salisbury's Kids are G.R.E.A.T. | La Fiesta de Rowan | Summer Sip Beer Festival | #PositiveGossip
08/2017SPD Provides Expanded Foot Patrols | Summer Youth Employment | School Tools Donations | Summer Sip Tasting Tour | #PositiveGossip
07/2017City Approves FY18 Budget | New Columbaria | City versus County Responsibilities | New Recycling Company | Receive City Text Alerts
06/2017SRU is Getting Smarter | The City Flag Flies High | Youth Protection & Curfew | Spotlight on Summer Camps | Movies in the Park | A Word from the Mayor
05/2017Intentional Citizen Contact | Fire Department Open House | Residents help shape future | Fur Fun 5K Walk/Run | Let's Get Connected Day
04/2017Shop Local, Eat Fresh | Salisbury is a Tree City, USA | Fair Housing | Spring Spruce Up
03/2017Bell Tower Repairs | Celebrating Hurley Park | City Battles Snowstorm | Another way to Bill Pay | Calling all yogis and dancers
02/2017Salisbury Fire Department marks 200th Anniversary | Get fit with Parks and Rec | Medication Drop Boxes | Are you ready for winter? | #PositiveGossip
01/2017Holiday Storefront Winners | Salisbury Youth Council | City Calendar | City Phone Directory | Moonlight Basketball | #PositiveGossip
12/2016Salisbury Sculpture Show Winner, Free Wi-Fi in Cannon Park, City Calendar, Salisbury Fire Dept Deploys to Eastern NC, K-9 Officer Retirement, Greetings from the Mayor
11/2016Salisbury Transit wins Award | Know your F.O.G. | Nixle Sign Up | City Calendar | Tips for Safe Shopping | Team Salisbury
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