You’ll find it in restored walls of restaurants, breweries and the local distillery. It’s in storied grandstand seats and lyrics written by local musicians. It’s on display inside the area’s many museums, illustrated through eye-catching murals and carved into commemorative bricks at Dale Earnhardt Tribute Plaza. It runs through Little Meadow Creek, site of America’s first gold discovery, and is found in beautiful architecture along tree-lined Union Street in Historic Downtown Concord.
It’s Cabarrus County’s history.
And every time you pan for gold at Reed Gold Mine, attend a North Carolina Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony, see a live performance at the Davis Theatre or partake in any of these cultural activities, you help keep it alive!
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