Greetings from Weymouth Center
Dear Friends of Weymouth,
This is YOUR Weymouth Center. In as much, we are often asking you for your monetary support and your time but it’s not all about what you can do for Weymouth.
  • What can Weymouth do for you?
  • What kinds of programming would you like to see or participate in?
  • In what type of activities would you get the satisfaction of being a volunteer?
Now that the center is opening for programs and events, we want to be the safe place for you, your family, friends and the whole community to come and enjoy. Let us know where you see a need that Weymouth could fill. It really takes a village, and your input and ideas are always welcome. Weymouth is your house too!
Yours for Weymouth,

Ashley Van Camp
President, Friends of Weymouth Board of Directors

Write to us about your ideas for programming and activities:; or mail to: PO Box 939, Southern Pines NC 28388. 

Summer Camps for Kids going into grades 3, 4 & 5.

These 3-day programs are packed with indoor and outdoor activities, speakers, and creative sessions. A healthy snack is provided for each camp. Spaces are limited and scholarships available. 8:45am-Noon July 27,28 & 29. Cost: $50.
Click here to sign up for one or both camps online.
For more information call: 910.692.6261.

Writers-in-Residence Reading : Monday - June 7
   Mildred Barya
Our Writers-in-Residence program is honored to welcome Mildred Barya, North Carolina Humanities Council’s 2019 Linda Flowers Award winner. About Mildred Barya.
Join us for a special reading from her work in progress. 
Free event. Begins promptly at 5:30. 

Tag Sale - Tuesday June 8
Come to the Carriage House between 5 and 7 and pick out some treasures from Weymouth! Selling furniture, art and many other items, proceeds will benefit Weymouth. Trucks will be onsite selling food, beverages and Beer. The Carriage House is behind the main Boyd House, near the pond.

Book signing by Artist Patrick Dougherty on June 9 - sold out
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.
Begins promptly at 5:00. Please arrive in time to find seating.


Musician's Jam Sessions
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. Visit the website for information and online application: click here.
Moore County Writing Competition
The competition seeks to promote writing throughout Moore County and honor the work that goes into creating superior writing. Cash prizes are awarded to first, second and third place winners; honorable mentions receive a certificate. Winning entries are printed in a special publication that is made available at the Weymouth Center and The Country Bookshop in Southern Pines.

The competition is open to students and residents of Moore County, NC

Entry Categories

  • Poetry—60 lines maximum
  • Fiction—3,000 words maximum
  • Nonfiction—3,000 words maximum

Age Groups

  • Elementary (Grades 1-5)
  • Middle School (Grades 6-8)
  • High School (Grades 9-12)
  • Adult
Click HERE for guidelines. Deadline for entries is July 15.
From Beverley Reynolds, Women of Weymouth chair...

Hat’s off to all…a true success!
I would like to thank everyone for your assistance, and support with our Strawberry Festival event. With our beautiful weather, delightful music and of course our finale Talbots Fashion Show words cannot express a more perfect event.
Our 3 raffles were a special treat with an offering of a Talbots Shopping Spree for Two, Heartwood Birdhouse donated by The Pinehurst Garden Club (Pine Branch) and Picnic for Two donated by Karla Ceraso of Pinehurst Picnic Company.
A great showing of members with guests plus wonderful feedback and comments continue to be received. Many new and renewed memberships received with exposure to future events and lectures as guests enjoyed our beautiful Weymouth gardens.   

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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