Rye Barcott may seem a man of contradictions — a Marine and a peacemaker, a social entrepreneur and a businessman. But at its core, his mission is resolute and converges across sectors: to connect talent with opportunity, to spark change from within.
The Northwestern Randolph County Arts Council will hold the sixth annual art exhibit Thursday through Saturday, June 13-15, at the Archdale Public Library.
The spring musicals are a three-generation tradition for the Walden family. Evan Walden is a four-year theater veteran who this year was selected to play Professor Harold Hill. Evan’s father Gabe Walden, also in musicals all four years of high school, played the lead role of Nathan Detroit his senior year in “Guys and Dolls.” The accompanist for this year’s musical is Kathy Farlow Walden, Evan’s grandmother. She has played for 11 of the spring musicals and, in fact, was the accompanist for the very first Trinity High School musical.
Randolph Community College has opened a photo exhibit in the Photography Imaging Center, which features a series of portraits of women living with HIV.
The Randolph Arts Guild will this month present a unique exhibition by a group of artists from the Delurk Gallery in Winston-Salem.
Drum rhythms, parades and incredible creations made from scraps equaled a day of fun at Art Daze.
Acclaimed author Jeffery Deaver will keynote the Friends of the Randolph Public Library annual meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 2, at the Historic Randolph County Courthouse.
The North Carolina Symphony seeks nominations for a pair of esteemed educator awards.
Magic captivates the imagination and makes adults feel like kids again. Grab that feeling and enjoy a fun-filled magical evening — and benefit young people in our area — at Communities In Schools of Randolph County’s second annual “Mystery Masquerade Ball: A Magical Night.”
Northwestern Randolph County Arts Council isn’t just about painting, sculpting, textile arts or even music.
The Randolph Arts Guild is seeking artists wishing to participate in the Second Annual Randolph Ramble Open Studio Tour, which promotes the distinctive talent of each artist and underlines the creativity within the broader community.
The Archdale Public Library will host Lakita Adams for a lecture on the UFO phenomenon. The lecture will include a brief history of Ufology, UFO photos and some North Carolina UFO cases.
Robert Folwell Hill Jr., past president of the Randolph County Genealogical Society, will give a program on the Hill Family of Randolph County at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 7, at the museum, located in the Winslow House on N.C. 62 near the intersection of Sealy Drive in Trinity.
The High Point Museum will host four appraisers during an "Antiques Roadshow" type event. Everyone is invited to bring their antiques and other treasures to have them appraised.
North Carolina native Joby Bell will close the 2012-2013 Music for a Great Space concert season with works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Franck and Widor following a Music for a Great Space dinner fundraiser at Print Works Bistro.
Doug James, the King of Diamonds, will pay tribute to Neil Diamond and Elvis Presley at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 7, at Asheboro High School, 1221 S. Park Street in Asheboro.
The Randolph Arts Guild will in April hold an exhibition by Ellen Greer and Bill Donnan in the Sara Smith Self Gallery.
Some artists create in oils or marble. Not Wayne and Karen Harris — they create masterpieces from buttercream, fondant and white chocolate. Their specialty is custom cakes.
Open house at St. Paul’s Museum includes the "Olde Tyme Radio Hour."
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s North Carolina Theatre for Young People will present “Charlotte’s Web” at Randolph Community College.
The N.C. Transportation Museum hosts the Easter Bunny Express for two full weekends, March 23-24 and 29-30. A big finale is planned March 30 that includes the annual Easter egg hunt and the LeHigh Valley steam locomotive pulling themuseum’s caboose train.
“The Photography of Lewis Hine: Exposing Child Labor in North Carolina, 1908-1915,” on loan from the North Carolina Museum of History, features 40 images from the Library of Congress that highlights Hine’s work in photographing children employed in textile mills.
The Trinity High School Thespians will present the one act plays “Story Theatre” by Paul Sills and “Medea” by Christopher Durang and Debbie Wasserstein at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, March 7-8, in the theatre at Trinity High School.
The Northwestern Randolph County Arts Council will honor two artists — Gayle Lambeth and Judith Glazier — at a free reception from 2 to 4 p.m. on March 3, at the Hammond-Ragan House, home to Ed Price and Associates Realty, 118 Trindale Rd.
The Trinity Historic Preservation Society will sponsor a program on Sunday, March 3. Mac Whatley, Randolph County historian and publisher, will be giving a presentation on the spinning mills in Randolph County.