Greetings from Weymouth Center
Dear Friends of Weymouth,

The garden is in full Spring bloom, the birds are singing, the Koi are swimming in the pond, the picnics, events, music, readings, weddings and Writers-in-Residence are all back at Weymouth and there is a bustling feeling of renewal every day. I know this sounds like an animated Disney movie but it’s literally your Weymouth Center. You can feel this spirit when you are on the grounds. It’s infectious…. but the good kind of infectious! Folks are excited to be back out and Weymouth is the perfect place to be. Get over here and get caught up in the excitement. The signs of rebirth are everywhere.
Yours for Weymouth,

Ashley Van Camp
President, Friends of Weymouth
Wine Out ... Wonderful!
On behalf of Women of Weymouth, I would like to personally thank our WOW members for your assistance, guidance, and support with return of Ladies Wine Out. An amazing evening…of love, effort, and passion from all was over-the-top. 

It was a perfect evening with a turn-out of over 175 people including special essential worker guests from Moore County Hospital and First Health.  Thank you to many of our businesses from Aberdeen, Pinehurst, and Southern Pine for their donations to raffle, auction baskets and take-A-chance boxes. 

Delicious appetizers & delectable(s) were prepared by Broad Street Bakery & Café, Karefree Farms, CCups Cupcakes, and many Women of Weymouth members.  

Delightful upbeat music by Kaye Pierson singing and playing the guitar for our enjoyment.
We are now on to Strawberry Festival, Monday, May 17th @10:30 AM. Remember to purchase your tickets no later than Friday, May 14th .  A change in plans, no box lunches, now an assortment of sandwiches, delectable brunch bites + strawberry shortcake will be served….
Most sincerely,
Bev Reynolds
Chair, Ladies Wine Out
Coming soon to Weymouth Center-

Strawberry Festival
Monday, May 17. 10:30AM. Welcome Springtime and listen to jazz, oldies and blues and Broadway hits with Bob Henderson on piano and Charlie Taylor on Instruments. Enjoy a delicious catered boxed lunch with our WOW traditional strawberry shortcake and a surprise finale! Admission for Weymouth members and Guests: $12.00 Click here to purchase tickets online.  Hosted by Women of Weymouth.
James Boyd Book Club
May 18 at 2PM. Attendees are invited talk to the group about a book by a North Carolina writer that they recommend. Bring your face mask, please.

Save the dates:

Writers-in-Residence Reading: Mildred Barya on June 7
Our Writers-in-Residence program is honored to welcome Mildred Barya, North Carolina Humanities Council’s 2019 Linda Flowers Award winner. 
Join us for a special reading from her work in progress. Masks Required.
5:30-6:30 pm Free

Book signing by Artist Patrick Dougherty on June 9
Patrick will be signing copies of his book, Stickwork, featuring over 200 pages of photos, anecdotes, and insights into his methods and his art, which uses tree saplings as construction material. The Country Bookshop will be on site selling this Limited-Edition monograph. Masks Mandatory. Registration Required. Visit 

Musician's Jam Sessions are back!
The Boyd House Great Room is the place for Song Circle have started again. Come on and make a joyful sound on the last Tuesday of each month from 6 to 9PM. Free to attend. No registration required. All attendees are required to have had the covid vaccine.

Weymouth Center has opened the Writers-In-Residence application process. Please visit the website for information and online: click here.
The Moore County Writer's Competition
The Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities is proud to launch its 2021 Moore County Writer's Competition. This event has been hosted by Weymouth Center since 1986 and is underwritten by the Donald and Elizabeth Cooke Foundation.
Entry levels are: Elementary (Grades 1-5), Middle School (Grades 6-8), High School (Grades 9-12), and Adult. Monetary prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place authors in each category and entry level.
Click here for detailed guidelines.
Good luck!

Your membership is a vital part of preserving Weymouth Center for our community and future generations. To renew your membership or for more ways to become a monthly donor or sustaining member, please call or visit the membership page on the Weymouth website. 
Thank you for your support!

Our mailing address is:
Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities
PO Box 939
Southern Pines, NC 28388-0939

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