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It’s time to think ahead to summer camps. School will be out before you know it, and the kids will need something to do! They can thumb through our magazine and find camps that interest … more
FOUR OAKS “… I was conscious that I was in a critical condition and thought of my dear ones at home, thankful that I still had a fighting chance for life.” Lt. Marcus Bates of the 21st Michigan … more
Researchers from N.C. State University have found that urban environments reduce honeybee survival. This is probably not a surprising revelation to you, but it raises the question, as urban areas … more
Friday, MARCH 1 Sparkle and Light 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Barnes Corner Gallery 200 Tarboro St. W. This month’s First Friday opening will feature watercolor artists Russell Yerkes and … more
North Carolina journalist and author Brandon Sneed will be the featured speaker at the upcoming Barton College Friends of Hackney Library Spring Dinner, scheduled for Tuesday, April 2. A book signing … more
Choral music students from Beddingfield, Fike and Hunt choruses are preparing to entertain at the upcoming in harmony #29. Musical numbers such as “Dancing Queen,” “Splish Splash,” “Boogie … more
ProMusic Conservatory will present “An Evening in Warsaw” buffet concert on Saturday, April 6, at 6 p.m. at the conservatory, located at 105 Nash St. The buffet will feature Polish cuisine, while … more
The Arts Council of Wilson will host the expressive work of local potter and educator Mark Gordon in the Hammond Gallery at the Edna Boykin Cultural Center from March 14 to April 27. The opening … more
SATURDAY, MARCH 2 Family Night 7 to 8:30 p.m. Colorful Spirits Art Studio 4221 W. Langley Road, Elm City Fee of $10 per person (or four for $35) includes all you and your loved ones … more
March 26 is Diabetes Alert Day. There are three types of diabetes: type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes. Diabetes is a condition that occurs when your blood glucose, or “blood sugar,” is too … more
Wilson County Public Library will offer a variety of programs for all ages at the main library and branches in March. The main library is open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 9 a.m. … more
SATURDAY, MARCH 2 Bud Moffett 7 p.m. 217 Brew Works 217 South St. Listen to music by Bud Moffett and enjoy food by Cousin’s Main Lobster. FRIDAY, MARCH 8 Thomas Robinson … more
Partnering with comic Louis Small Jr., Ascension Lutheran Church will once again venture into a community outreach opportunity in the form of a mini-comicon. Hours are Friday, March 29, from 6 to … more
Harry de Leyer had a problem; his horse wouldn’t stay sold. He couldn’t understand why — or, perhaps more importantly, how. Snowman wasn’t the high-spirited type that would usually cause … more
More than 100 vendors will be promoting their products and services at this year’s Wilson Spring Expo. The annual event promoting home, garden and business is returning to the Wilson County … more
Hunter’s Dance Studio presents Hunter’s Competitive Dance Company, tumble teams and Hunter’s Competitive Cheer Teams for a fundraiser at Fike High School on Sunday, March 3, benefiting … more
Ceramics will be the focus of an exhibition of works opening this spring in the Barton Art Galleries on the campus of Barton College. The “Cynthia Bringle and Friends” exhibition will provide … more
The Wilson Parks and Recreation Department not only provides locations and manpower when hosting various sporting events throughout the year, but it serves as an economic powerhouse in terms of money … more
The New York Theatre Ballet will dance on the Boykin Center stage on Wednesday, March 20, in a 7:30 p.m. show. Wilson County fourth-graders will see the show the day before and will also take part … more
The Singers Studio Small Stage will present “Bang Bang You’re Dead” by William Mastrosimone, Thursday through Sunday, March 28-31 at The Singers Studio. This is the fourth show produced by The … more
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