Visit Cabarrus County’s past. Click image to learn about each photo.

Cabarrus County Sheriff J. B. Roberts worked with the Concord Police Department on a major liquor bust on Midlake Road in Kannapolis.

This postcard from the 1960s depicts an aerial view of downtown Concord

Cabarrus Creamery Batmobile



NC War Mothers, 1942

Presidential Candidate Jimmy Carter visited the Boys Club  in 76


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Historic Cabarrus Association, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of the heritage of Cabarrus County and the City of Concord.

We achieve this goal through a variety of means, including our management of two museums in Historic Downtown Concord:

Museum 2 The Cabarrus County Veterans Museum, through which we honor the County’s servicemen from World War I to the current day.
Museum 1
The Concord Museum, which archives historical artifacts from Cabarrus County’s pioneer days to twentieth-century businesses and schools.

We also conduct a host of outreach activities and produce print and video materials in our efforts to educate residents, students, and visitors about our community’s rich history.

Currently at the Concord Museum
and Cabarrus County Veterans Museum

The Concord Museum has moved to a new location: the Historic Courthouse at 65 Union Street South in downtown Concord. Museum hours are Mondays through Fridays and most Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission is free. 
 

The Cabarrus County Veterans Museum has also moved to a new location: the rotunda of the Cabarrus County Governmental Center at 65 Church Street. This is a temporary location, through the end of June, but positive feedback from the community may help extend our stay at this site. Museum hours are Mondays through Fridays, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission is free.


TWO NEW SPECIAL EXHIBITS AT THE CONCORD MUSEUM:

“Go Fly a Kite,” featuring vintage kites hand-made by the late S. Kay Patterson of Concord, and “The Sidney Lanier Book Club 75th Anniversary.” They join the museum’s ongoing exhibit, “The Concord Camera,” which views the city’s history through vintage photography. The Concord Museum is located inside the Historic Courthouse at 65 Union St. South in downtown Concord.  Museum hours are Mondays through Saturdays, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Admission is free.


"The Sidney Lanier Book Club 75th Anniversary" special exhibit ends Saturday, June 30th.
The "Go Fly a Kite" special exhibit ends Thursday, July 26th.

"STITCHED IN TIME" DOCUMENTARY ON DVD

The May 17th Gem Theatre premiere of the local textile documentary Stitched in Time, an exploration of our county's textile heritage, was a huge success, attracting  nearly 800 people! Discussions are underway about additional theater screenings.

Produced as the class project for the Leadership Cabarrus Class of 2012 in conjunction with Historic Cabarrus Association and other partners, Stitched in Time will be available as a DVD in the Concord Museum Gift Shop very soon--call 704-920-2465 for availability.

Historic Cabarrus Association wishes to thank the Leadership Cabarrus Class of 2012 and the Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce for donating to us a new HD videocamera so that we may continue capturing the stories of the mill workers -- plus veterans, teachers, and other locals -- who helped make Cabarrus County great. Thank you, Leadership Cabarrus!