There’s good news for early holiday shoppers. A cornucopia of shop-local options will be available this weekend with the annual Holiday Open House and Hometown Holiday, a new event in Trinity.
During the late 1970s, a local band made a splash at the neighborhood pool. This past weekend, more than three decades later, that same band — now known as the Part Time Party Time Band — made a much bigger splash, being inducted into the Carolina Beach Music Hall of Fame.
The Northwestern Randolph County Arts Council will sponsor a joint reception for artists Mary Pegram and Joyce Royal from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, at the historic Hammond-Ragan House, now occupied by Ed Price and Associates Realty.
Archdale will embrace the holiday season this year with a beloved, continuing tradition and a new one.
N2Danzn was Paige Wainright’s license plate before it was the name of her dance studio.
One entertaining pastime for the movie buff is to try to spot famous people in unexpected cameo roles. A cameo is a minor part featuring a well-known person and, in some instances, the performer portrays his or herself but is often just an “extra.”
The Randolph Arts Guild will feature a small group show, “Art on the Dark Side,” during October. The show will feature works of art with a definitively darker tone and subject matter.
Two new gospel groups will perform on the Gospel Stage. A tent and hay bales will allow gospel music lovers to rest, listen, clap and sing-along.
Entertainers scheduled for the Main Stage at the 2013 Bush Hill Heritage Festival, at the corner of W. White Drive and Main Street, offer a variety of music and dancing.
We’re throwing a party and you’re invited! Put on your jeans and walking shoes and join us at the annual Bush Hill Heritage Festival from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14. You’re sure to find fun, food, and all your neighbors!
Estie Bennington’s first book would make a great novel, except for one thing — it’s not fiction. It’s a memoir
Recycling has come a long way in the last several decades, but few forms of recycling or repurposing have taken on such a unique and beautiful form as the line of furniture and home accessories developed by Drum Works Furniture.
Mark McDowell can talk to the animals. Using wood, acrylic, brass, cork and a little ingenuity, Mark crafts animal calls in his workshop and — this is the fun part — he gets to test each one.
Archdale Public Library will host an end-of-summer beach bingo party for children ages 5 and younger.
Like to knit or crochet? Do you spin or weave? Are you a quilter or sewer? If so, consider entering THREADS, the 2013 Bush Hill Heritage Festival’s textile exhibition.
Otis Farmer has had a life of adventures — scuba diving off the coast of Maui and riding thermal updrafts with hawks in a high-performance glider.
N2Danzn students competed at three regional competitions in Gastonia, Winston Salem and Concord, receiving several high awards, placing overall and even receiving special recognition awards.
During its final days at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh, admission to the exhibition “Art in Clay: Masterworks of North Carolina Earthenware” will be free Aug. 10-18. The exhibit closes Aug. 18.
The High Point Community Theatre will present “Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr.” at Trinity High School Theatre at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, July 25-27.
The current Northwestern Randolph County Arts Council’s Ragan House art display features five artists from Judy Glazier’s class at Serendipity Art School.
The High Point Quilt Guild will hold a vendor show from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24, at the Hartley Drive Family YMCA, 150 W. Hartley Drive in High Point.
Hello all you family researchers out there. The Trinity Historic Preservation Society will be open from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 30, for you to do research on the following families: the Millers of Millers Mill, the Younts, the Bringle, the Kennedys, the Davises, the Morgans and the Huey Clodfelter families.
Pulling up to Thelma Jarvis’ two-story colonial home in a horse-drawn carriage, guests, dressed as characters from the classic movie “Gone With the Wind,” came for brunch in the backyard, transporting them to the Old South.
The presentation, an imaginative read-between-the-lines interpretation of some of the key episodes of the television series, is free and presented by the Friends of the Library.
The Randolph County Community Band, an ensemble of nine members, will be performing at 6 p.m. Friday in front Randolph Arts Guild, 123 Sunset Ave. in Asheboro, as part of the Out and About festivities.