5:30pm Members Social
6:00pm General Membership Meeting
Taste Full Beans
29 Second Street NW
The General Membership will elect the 2018 Board of Directors.
The City of Hickory will present the 60% Design of the City Walk project. Questions and comments from downtown business and property owners are welcome.
Supporting your life well crafted, Downtown Hickory serves as the gathering center for varied recreation and entertainment. Downtown is the hub of owner-operated local businesses, corporate headquarters, and urban living.
The Hickory Choral Society is sponsoring its annual membership drive and hopes to have a record-breaking membership year to help celebrate its 40th anniversary.
The Hickory International Council (HIC) is currently accepting applications for grants of up to $500 for community organizations that provide programs supportive of the goals, purposes, and projects of the HIC.
The Edison Project is sponsored by the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce and is a celebration and recognition of the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of the area.
Is your business interested in have an LRU Intern?
Seminars are Free. Registration is required.
It's always a thrill to write about a Hickory based business receiving an award, but it is even more rewarding when it's a small business that just joined the Downtown collection of already stellar businesses.
Your foot health is our primary concern at Foot Solutions in Downtown Hickory. And we want to help you fully utilize any medical benefits that are available to you.
There are multiple reasons you should think twice about putting your old computers and electronics in the trashcan when they are at the end of their useful lives. Planet Green has outlined the top 10 reasons to recycle electronics properly.
Visit the website to find out more about booking lodging for your holiday guests!
Do you have a bike that you do not need? If so, Hickory Firefighters would like it. The Hickory Fire Department in conjunction with the Christmas Bureau is asking for new and like new bikes and tricycles for needy children to be given out during the Catawba County Christmas Bureau.
Mayor Jeff Cline, Councilman David Zagaroli, Councilwoman Jill Patton, City Manager Warren Wood, and Assistant to the City Manager, Yaidee Fox traveled to Washington D.C. for a day trip on Tuesday, November 28.