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FREE 'Something magical'
All week, Barton students and community members have been exploring their creative side, making masks with Donovan Zimmerman, artistic director and co-founder of Paperhand Puppet Intervention. The s ...



FREE DANCING HER DREAM  View Photo Gallery
Endya Joyner loves to dance. The 11-year-old dances in the studios at Hunter’s Dance, she dances on the competition stage, she dances at home in the family’s apartment. "I always f ...



New library books
Following are new books at the Wilson County Public Library. Adult Fiction “Breaking Creed” by Alex Kava “Crazy Love You” by Lisa Unger “Down By the RiverR ...



Something to do
Gallery WILSON ARTS CENTER: “Ordinary People” featuring paintings by Pete Sack continues through Feb. 21. Featured Wilson Active Artist is Alan Whitehead. Sallie B. Howard School of the ...



Choral event in harmony returns for 26th year
Choral music students from Beddingfield, Fike and Hunt are preparing for the upcoming in harmony #26, one of the community’s signature annual musical events. in harmony #26 performances wi ...



Barton to host Paperhand Puppets next week
Tap into your inner artist and let your imagination flow. Join the Barton Art Galleries for a weeklong immersive experience with Paperhand Puppet Intervention. Beginning Monday and continuing thro ...



Take home a miniature masterpiece
Next week’s fundraiser at the Wilson Arts Center will feature lots of little paintings — around 150 miniature masterpieces. The event, which will benefit the visual arts education progr ...



Something to do
Gallery WILSON ARTS CENTER: “Ordinary People” featuring paintings by Pete Sack continues through Feb. 21. Featured Wilson Active Artist is Alan Whitehead. Sallie B. Howard School of the ...




Quilt show planned in Greenville The Greenville Quilters Guild is presenting the “Greater Greenville Quilt Festival 2015” March 20 and 21 at First Christian Church, 2810 14th St. Extens ...



ACT! for Youth goes back to its roots
ACT! for Youth’s first show 18 years ago was “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” The musical was presented in the old Tucker Furniture building, where the Arts Council of Wilson had b ...



Honoring the African American Music Trail
The Monitors will be kicking things off for a weekend of music honoring the African American Music Trail on Thursday, Feb. 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the Boykin Center. This long-standing tradition in Wilson ...



Heart issues hit close to home
Crystal Darak knows all about heart disease and heart defects. She learned the hard way with her daughter Korah, who was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and died in May 2011 while waiting fo ...



Something to do
Gallery WILSON ARTS CENTER: “Ordinary People” featuring paintings by Pete Sack continues through Feb. 21. Featured Wilson Active Artist is Alan Whitehead. Sallie B. Howard School of the ...



FREE 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs'  View Photo Gallery
It’s a familiar story about a beautiful princess who is befriended by seven drawfs and escapes death with a kiss from her true love. Thrown in are a wicked queen, a poisoned apple and some woodl ...



Historical romance author speaks at library Thursday
The Wilson County Public Library will host historical romance author Hannah Meredith as the speaker in a program Thursday at 6:30 p.m. The writer has five books available in print and e-book format an ...




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