Spring baseball begins in Downtown Lenoir on February 5, 2020 with the Caldwell Cobras first home game at Historic Walker Stadium. Just blocks from downtown shops and restaurants, Walker Stadium is conveniently located behind Davenport Elementary School on College Ave. For the full spring schedule, visit the CCC&TI website.
If you're looking for a great investment in Downtown Lenoir, join us for an open house at 126 Mulberry St on Wednesday, January 15 from 4:30-6:30pm! This historic property was once known as the Henkel Opera House and later the W.E. Shaw Furniture Building. Historic Tax Credits are available. Please RSVP to 828.234.0490 or 828.320.5182
Join the Taste of Havana team as they celebrate their beautiful location in Downtown Lenoir with an official Ribbon Cutting hosted by the Caldwell County Chamber of Commerce! When: 4-5pm, Thursday, January 9, 2020 Where: Taste of Havana Restaurant, 104 Main St NW, Lenoir, NC 28645 Read more on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1715570728577434/
Join us a we celebrate the completion of renovations to the historic property at 818 Harper Avenue in Downtown Lenoir! Constructed in 1936, this property was originally home to Stine's Ice Cream Parlor and later occupied by the Lenoir Flower Shop and Parker's Drug Store among other tenants. In 2019, David Maurer of Maurer Architecture [...]
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November 11, 2019 Downtown Lenoir is kicking off the holidays tomorrow with Light Up Lenoir, and the Downtown Lenoir Christmas Tree Festival is this weekend. Light Up Lenoir Light Up Lenoir is an annual holiday event where local students and other groups decorate dozens of Christmas trees in Downtown Lenoir. This year's event is Thursday, [...]
Downtown Trick-or-Treating has been cancelled and will not be rescheduled. We apologize for the inconvenience but, unfortunately, the weather is beyond our control. Facepainting, balloon artists, and other activities will be moved to the Halloween Carnival at the Lenoir MLK Center which is indoors. That event is today from 5:30pm-8:30pm. Please come out and support that event.
Togther we create... a great motto! Read the release below from Business North Carolina: Howdy folks, Hope you had a great week and are ready for the weekend. We have our winner for the best motto in the state! As you may recall, last month, I sent a shoutout soliciting the best mottos from a [...]
City of Lenoir Main Street Program Director, Kaylynn Horn, was recently featured on an episode of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas podcast discussing the Moving Lenoir to the Second Floor program and other updates about Downtown Lenoir! Read more from the Life in the Carolinas website: "Our guest on this episode of the Life in [...]
On the first episode of More In Lenoir, City of Lenoir Communications Director Joshua Harris talks with Kaylynn Horn, Downtown Lenoir Economic Development Director, and Kyle Case, Main Street Program Coordinator, about the importance of downtown, the Main Street Four-Point Approach, and all the great things happening in the City of Lenoir. Check out all the [...]