In this Issue: A Cabarrus SpringMar 01, 2020 08:30AM ● By Jason Huddle
March, 2020: A Cabarrus Spring
Spring is in the air! But, let’s be honest. This is North Carolina. Spring is sporadically in the air thought most of our winters. Nevertheless, the season where everything begins anew officially begins this month. It will finally be time to get outside and enjoy all our county has to offer.
I remember loving this time of year as a child or several reasons. Primarily, it signified the beginning of the end of the school year. All the flowers were in bloom. Colder temperatures began to give way to warmer weather, which brought back the birds from their journey further south. Easter was right around the corner. Truly, there’s so much to love about this time of year.
This month, we’ve got a preview of festivals and things to do this season, as well as some helpful tips to plant that perfect Spring garden!
Did you know there are 14 area festivals in our area this Spring? We’ve got great information on each one so you can plan your weekends right up until summer!
Speaking of schedules, the arts community has not lacking in their offerings as well. There are several events taking place this season you won’t want to miss and we have all the details.
Finally, everyone loves sitting outdoors during this time of year, but what should you plant in order to keep the birds and the right insects happy, while keeping mosquitoes away? We’ve done our research and have some answers in that department as well!
So, after reading this issue, get out and enjoy Cabarrus County in all its Spring glory. Take advantage of the season or you just might miss it!
P.S. On a separate note, don’t forget to check out our Up Front with Cabarrus Magazine Podcast each week for the latest news and great insight into what’s going on in our area! Plus, be sure to join our Up Front with Cabarrus Magazine Podcast Facebook page for advance access to each episode, a chance to interact with guests from the show and exclusive contests for prizes!