Upcoming Classes

Check into a class at The Arts Place of Stokes and learn a new artistic talent with one of our resident or supporting artists.

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Winter Dessert Theatre 2020

For over ten years, the Winter Dessert Theatre Series has brought the best of theatre to venues throughout Stokes County. Desserts are provided by local businesses at each show, which are included in the ticket price.

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Purchase Event Tickets

Shop the Current Show at the Apple Gallery or Jayebird Gallery Online from the convenience of your home. Artwork on display at each gallery is available for purchase online & can be picked up or shipped.

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Soup In A Bowl

The 5th annual Stokes Soup in a Bowl is set for Saturday, November 23, 2019 at Hanging Rock State Park. Continuing a simple concept of service, according to Stokes Arts Director Eddy McGee, “We want attendees to fill up on soup, take home a handcrafted bowl, and help support the food ministries of East Stokes

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Shane Sargent in the Apple Gallery

The Stokes County Arts Council welcomes photographer Shane Sargent to the Apple Gallery, 500 Main Street, Danbury. Shane’s passion for photography began with the love of traveling and capturing the places and things along the way from childhood to present.   For the past 8 to 10 years, he has been working on his skills

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Wood to Art

Come and see the creations of local and surrounding county craftsmen in this 10 day pop up event beginning Friday, November 1, 2019 at The Arts Place of Stokes. From hand crafted writing pens, earrings, dining tables, hutches and everything in between, the Wood to Art Showcase includes work from artists Angela and Mark Mabe

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October Stew, Ales, and Tales

Saturday, October 26, 2019 join us for October Stew, Ales, and Tales at The Arts Place at 3pm. This FREE event features four original ghost stories by story teller Terri Ingalls. We will start serving John Brown’s chicken stew for $3 a bowl beginning at 2pm, with stories beginning at 3. Terri Ingalls has told

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