WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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SATURDAY, JUNE 2 Boys and Girls Club Color Splash 5K 8:30 a.m. Paul Berry Park 200 Kenan St. W., Wilson Race through downtown Wilson. Volunteers and club members will be tossing … more
Do you remember the fat-free craze that happened years ago? Research at the time correlated too much fat in the diet with heart disease and obesity. As a result, food companies hopped on the fat-free … more
Hell’s Kitchen, a neighborhood located on the West Side of Manhattan in New York City, has been home to legendary jazz drummer Billy Kaye for many years. But Kaye’s journey in life began in … more
Historic Downtown Wilson will have a community celebration of vibrant, whimsical public art on June 2 starting at 10 a.m. by “takin’ it to the streets.” The second edition of Paint-A-Hydrant … more
Summer is here! Time to read some fluff and let your brain rest. One of the best ways to do this is by reading a new graphic novel series, titled “Phoebe and her Unicorn.” There are currently … more
The oldest sport in the United States makes a weekend appearance in Wilson on June 1 and 2 when the Double Creek Pro Rodeo rides into town and takes over the Wilson County Fairgrounds. The rodeo … more
The Wilson Youth Council will host the upcoming HopeFest 2018 concert on Saturday, June 2, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park. The purpose of the concert is to collect … more
Lace bugs are active now on landscape plants. So now is the time to start checking your plants. There are more than a dozen species of lace bugs in North Carolina. The most common is the azalea … more
FRIDAY, JUNE 1 Chet Nichols Band 7 to 9 p.m. 217 Brew Works 217 South St. S. The Chet Nichols Band will be performing, and Adobo Joe will be providing food, by popular demand, … more
Enjoy some live music and good food and help a musical cause at Jamming for the Juniors June 2 from 2 to 10 p.m. at 217 Brew Works, beside Whirligig Park. Proceeds from the event will go toward … more
Special themed nights make Tobs baseball games even more fun and draw fans, young and old, to enjoy each attraction planned from special food to fireworks. Sara Killeen, assistant general manager, … more
More than 50 performing artists will be coming together for a seven-show summer concert series dedicated to a single goal — raising funds for improvements to the sound system in the historic Edna … more
The City of Wilson’s annual 1st Fridays on the Lawn, free community concert series, will continue to be held on the Wilson County Library lawn at 249 Nash St. The concerts are free, … more
Mark your calendars, warm up your “pipes” and make plans to join the Arts Council for its third annual Battle Karaoke fundraiser on Saturday, June 9. The event is sponsored by Farris & … more
FRIDAY, JUNE 1 First Friday Open House 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Art Ventures and Barnes Corner Gallery 200 Tarboro St. The event features new works by local artists; light refreshments will be served. … more
Children will find out why Libraries Rock! at this year’s Summer Reading Program. Wilson County Public Library will offer programs for children at all six locations and for teens at the main … more
If you enjoy yard sales and are looking for a bargain, then mark your calendar to attend the sixth annual 301 Endless Yard sale on Friday and Saturday, June 15-16. Booths will be set up along of a … more
When Ken Waldman, Alaska’s Fiddling Poet, comes to 217 Brew Works for a 5 p.m. Sunday performance on June 10, it will mark Waldman’s first local appearance in more than a decade. The show, which … more
When Wilson's Charles H. Darden High School became a middle school in 1970, graduates immediately formed the Darden Alumni Association in order to maintain the school's legacy, as well as provide … more
If you’re interested in participating in this year’s annual summer community musical production of “South Pacific,” make plans to attend auditions on May 14-15 … more
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