Carolina Live! – Our Musical History brings history to life through NC music. Through words and song, top-notch NC performers inspire the audience with music fromt NC trailblazers, including Doc Watson and John Coltrane. Tickets are $10 Adults, FREE for Students (K-12) and can be purchased online at SquareUp.com or by calling 336-593-8159.
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Mark Your Calendars and clear the 2nd Thursday night each month for FUN, Games, Knowledge, and most importantly FRIENDS at The Arts Place of Stokes Bring your family, bring your friends, meet new friends at the Arts Place. Teams of 4-6 players will compete each month for monthly, yearly and quarterly prizes. A leader board
How does a community move on after unspeakable tragedy? Germanton native Rebecca Davis explores this question in her novel “Amidst This Fading Light.” This historical fiction book is loosely based on the notorious 1929 family murder that shocked residents in Stokes, Forsyth and surrounding counties. Set against the backdrop of the rural North Carolinian piedmont
February 2, 2019 – Caleb Caudle The Stokes County Arts Council continues their 2019 Come Hear North Carolina Music Celebration with Caleb Caudle appearing at The Arts Place of Stokes on Saturday, February 9th at 7:00 p.m. Caleb Caudle is a native of Stokes County and one of Winston-Salem’s favorite singer songwriters. He was recently
We are kicking off the 2019 Winter Dessert Theatre Series with a performance of The Tortoise and The Hare by the Columbia Maironette Theatre on Friday, January 18, 2019 at 7:00pm. The race is on! The speedy Hare is confident that he can beat the slowly Tortoise in a race across the forest. But as