The 2020 Salisbury Sculpture Show debuted in Salisbury last month.
Now in its 12th year, the award-winning Sculpture Show is organized by the Salisbury Public Art Committee (SPAC), and has brought 18 sculptures from across the eastern United States to temporary homes in downtown Salisbury, local colleges and around Salisbury neighborhoods
Join the #VisitLocal movement by choosing to shop and eat in Downtown Salisbury!
Businesses are open and are taking the necessary precautions to keep their customers and employees safe.
The U.S. Census Bureau has announced the new 2020 Census deadline is Wednesday, September 30. Residents are asked to respond as soon as possible to ensure Rowan County secures its fair share of the $675 billion federal dollars. The federal money assists with things like schools, road construction, hospitals, workforce initiatives and substance abuse programs in Rowan County.
Latoya Price is the events coordinator for Downtown Development/Downtown Salisbury, Incorporated. In her role, Latoya creates various digital marketing material and works with Salisbury Parks and Recreation Department to develop and implement events in Downtown Salisbury. She also communicates and provides support to downtown businesses while building relationships with organizations and local colleges.
The Salisbury Community Action Teams (CATS), will host its third annual Community Resource Fair for parents and school children, Saturday, Aug. 15, 9:30 a.m. to noon, at the Civic Center, 315 S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave. This year’s event will take the form as a drive-thru event to remain consistent with COVID-19 precautions.