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Check out Cain Center for the Arts in the press.

2019

11.19.19 News Talk WSIC: Lake Norman's Cashion family makes major contribution to Cain Center for the Arts

11.18.19 Cornelius Today: Cashion family adds to Cain Center funding

11.15.19 Herald Citizen: Cashions commit $500,000 to Cain Center

10.1.19 Cornelius Lakeside Living Magazine: Bill and Ericka Cain: Family and Philanthropy

10.1.19 News Talk WSIC: Conversation with Justin Dionne from Cain Center for the Arts

9.26.19 Herald Citizen: Designs for Cain Center put Cornelius arts facility in focus

9.19 Old Town Cornelius: Keeping up with the Cain Center

9.10.19 LKN Connect: A Conversation with the First Lady of Cornelius

9.1.19 Lake Norman Currents Magazine: Turning Outreach into an Art

9.1.19 Lake Norman Women Magazine: That's What He Said

8.28.19 Herald Citizen: Budget changes approved for Cain Center for the Arts

7.3.19 Herald Citizen: As fundraising continues, Cain Center maintains regional promotion of the arts

6.3.19 Cornelius Today: $2 million raised at Cain Center fundraiser

5.16.19 Cornelius Today: Founders' Ball raises $660,000 for Cain Center

5.15.19 Herald Citizen: Events fuel Cain campaign

2.1.19 Peninsula Navigator: About Town

2.1.19 Lakeside Living Magazine: The Future of Our Downtown

2.1.19 OTC: What is an arts district?

1.30.19 Herald Citizen: Cultural opportunities connect families in Cornelius

1.26.19 Cornelius Today: Get artsy with Cain Center for the Arts

1.2.19 Herald Citizen: Funding drives progress of future Cornelius arts center

1.1.19 Cornelius Today: Cain Center program thrills local students, teachers

1.1.19 LKN Connect: The Cain Center for the Arts in Cornelius is making strides

2018

10.3.18 Herald Citizen: State legislators give to Cain Center for the Arts

10.1.18 Cornelius Today: Legislators help direct $125K to Cain Center for the Arts

9.24.18 Journal of Philanthropy: Gifts Roundup

9.18.18 Charlotte Observer: 'Transformative' $5 million gift aims to make Cornelius a mecca

9.18.18 Herald Citizen: Cain family donates $5 million to Cornelius Arts Center, gets naming rights

9.18.18 Lake Norman Currents Magazine: Step by Step Cornelius Arts Center has a new dace partnership

9.18.18 Patch.com: Cornelius couple donated $5M for new arts center building project

9.17.18 Cornelius Today: Cains make historic donation to Cornelius Arts Center

9.17.18 WBTV: Couple makes $5 million donation to Cornelius Arts Center

9.17.18 Old Town Cornelius: Cornelius Arts Center has a name

8.22.18 Herald Citizen: Arts Center starts fall programming with help from Charlotte Ballet

8.19.18 Cornelius Today: Arts Center partners with Charlotte Ballet for classes

6.1.18 Herald Weekly: Renderings paint facility's aim

5.15.18 Cornelius Today: 'Tate Cares' donates to arts center, Ada Jenkins

2017

10.5.17 Herald Weekly: Architects chosen for Cornelius Arts Center

10.4.17 Herald Citizen: Architects chosen for new arts center

10.2.17 Business Today: Famed architect joins Cornelius Arts Center design team

8.22.17 Charlotte Observer: Will Cornelius become the NoDa of the north?

8.1.17 Lake Norman Currents Magazine: Artistic Direction

7.7.17 Cornelius Today: Justin Dionne: Accustomed to the leading role in public theatre

7.3.17 Lake Norman Citizen: The Renaissance Man

6.28.17 Cornelius Today: Arts Center lands $100K, courtesy of Bradford, legislature

6.25.17 Business Today: Bradford secures $100K to help seed Cornelius Arts Center

6.15.17 Herald Weekly: Cornelius names arts center director

6.13.17 Lake Norman Citizen: Cornelius tabs Dionne to head arts center

6.8.17 Lake Norman Citizen: Cornelius hires arts center director

6.7.17 Business Today: Economic driver:Cornelius hires arts center director

5.1.17 Charlotte Observer: Interest in the arts blossoms in Lake Norman

2016

10.11.16 Lake Norman Citizen: New center initiates arts district talk

8.29.16 Business Today: Cornelius buying land for old town arts center

8.18.16 Herald Weekly: Cornelius board discusses plans for arts, recreation centers

8.1.16 Cornelius Today: Town agrees to buy land for Arts Center