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Must See TV: Concord Natives Shine on MAX

Adam and Jessica Miller flip houses full-time and “accidentally” got 2 million followers online in the process. YouTube | Facebook | Instagram | TikTok Are you following this local couple who grew up a few miles apart in Concord, renovated their own home on Union Street, and have recently had a project featured on MAX’s β€œIn with the Old” (Season 5, Episode 7: 1906 Farmhouse in Concord, NC)? πŸ“Ί In the episode, they move and renovate Adam’s best friends’ 1906 Concord farmhouse to become the home of his sister-in-law, Rachel, and her family. Get lost in their YouTube channel...

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πŸ‘πŸŽ„ Historical Homes and Heritage: A Christmas Journey of Beauty

Contributor: Jamie Richardson   Enjoy the Eastern Cabarrus Historical Society’s Christmas Tour of Homes on Dec 9th from 11am–6pm The Eastern Cabarrus Historical Society (ECHS) is once again offering its annual Christmas Tour of Homes, set to take place on Saturday, Dec 9th from 11am to 6pm. This year’s tour features a special selection of historical homes and historic landmarks including Bost Grist Mill and St. Paul UMC, alongside the ECHS Museum itself. Starting the tour at the ECHS Museum, attendees can immerse themselves in the holiday spirit with live music, yummy refreshments,...

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🏠🌈🌟 Concord Dazzles with Lights Tour!

Contributor: Jamie Richardson   Enjoy a colorful adventure during the Colorful Lights Historic Concord Walking Tour. Concord (Downtown Concord) πŸ“ Historic Downtown Concord District Website | Facebook | Instagram As the sun sets on warm September evenings, the streets of Downtown Concord will come alive with a burst of vibrant colors, inviting all to enjoyβ€”the Colorful Lights Tour. Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday throughout the month, residents and visitors alike can explore Downtown Concord, connect with others, and learn more about the rich history of the area. The Colorful Lights...

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Uncover Local History with the “Miles for Museums” Passport Program

The “Miles for Museums” passport program is a fun and educational initiative for the whole family. This passport program encourages people to explore the area’s museums and communities, offering an exciting opportunity to discover local history and win prizes along the way. The program operates on a simple principle: visit museums, collect passport stamps, and become eligible to win prizes. Completing the passport, by collecting stamps from all ten museums, makes each participant eligible to enter the raffle at the end of the summer. Each museum in the program has also partnered...

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