For Immediate Release UNC School of the Arts Summer Concerts in Stokes The University of North Carolina School of the Arts Summer Music School will present a series of free concerts by the Summer Strings chamber ensemble in three different Stokes County venues in June and July, organized by the Stokes County Arts Council. The
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The award winning UNC School of the Arts Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Ron Rudkin, will present a free public performance on Sunday, April 30 beginning at 4pm at the King Central Park Amphitheatre, 302 Kirby Road in King. The event is part of worldwide activities recognizing International Jazz Day, organized by UNESCO in
The Stokes Uncorked Painting Series schedule for Fri. 4/28 for both The Green Heron Ale House in Danbury and The Wooden Art Loft in King, has been cancelled. The Stokes County Arts Council is now accepting registration for the Stokes Uncorked Painting Class for The Green Heron Venue schedule for Friday, May 12, 2017
Eddy McGee, the Executive Director of the Stokes Arts Council, accepted the Citizenship and Service Award from the King Chamber of Commerce on behalf of Stokes County Arts Council for 2016 on November 5th . Duke Energy sponsored the award. Many board members were their to celebrate with Mr. McGee. Kin
Veteran’s Day Celebration Scheduled for November 11 at King Central Park The King American Legion Post 290 and Stokes County Arts Council will host a Veteran’s Day Celebration on Friday, November 11, 2016 at King Central Park, 302 Kirby Road in King. The festivities begin at 10:15 am at the park amphitheater with a patriotic
Support the arts and Sauratown Summer Theatre on August 26th and 27th at 7:00 pm at King Central Park! The Red Badge of Courage is a beautifully written play about a young private in the American Civil War, who finds his, courage unexpectedly. He encounters many tragedies along his way, but manages to push through.
Venue Change, PLEASE SHARE!!! Due to hot temperatures, The Return Beatles Tribute concert is being moved to Mount Olive Elementary School, 2145 Chestnut Grove Road in King. The doors will open at 6pm, with the concert beginning at 7pm. $10 adults, $5 ages 13-18, children 12 and under FREE. “The Return” Beatles Tribute to Perform