Things to do Around Pinehurst this Weekend – Weekend of 10/6/2017

by patricrawley on October 4, 2017

Friday, October 6

e Sunny 85°/62°

  • Fun Fridays

    • Cinebowl
    • Lunch and Movie
    • Pinehurst Parks and Rec’s monthly group outing for ages 14+.
    • $40/resident; $80/non-resident (includes transportation and movie ticket—participants should bring lunch money.)
    • 9:30 am – 4:30 pm at Assembly Hall, 395 Magnolia Road, Pinehurst. 910 295-1900
  • Art Class

    • Oil Painting
    • For all levels, artist Eileen Strickland covers basic information on materials, techniques, color theory and composition.
    • Fridays through October 6 (6 Sessions)
    • Cost: $52/resident; $104/non-resident
    • 1 – 4 pm at Pinehurst Parks and Rec, Recreation Room, 300 Kelly Road, Pinehurst. 910 295-1900
  • Culinary Tours of the Pines

    • Culinary Tours of the Pines provides walking culinary tasting tours in the Village of Pinehurst.
    • Included in the tour will be stops at The Deuce, the new signature restaurant that overlooks Pinehurst Course No. 2; The Holly Tavern; The 1895 Room; and The Carolina Hotel.
    • At each location guests will be served a specialty small plate accompanied by a craft beer sampling.
    • In addition, your culinary experience will be enhanced with a stop at The Village Wine Shop, a boutique wine shop located in The Village.
    • The afternoon will end with a sampling of locally baked scones from PineScones, a well-known local gourmet bakery.
    • 2 – 4:30, sign up for more details here
  • Art Exhibit

    • “Intertwined — the Soul and the Brush”
    • Featuring the works of Linda Bruening.
    • Exhibit runs through Oct. 26.
    • 5 -7 pm at Artists League of the Sandhills, 129 Exchange St., Aberdeen. 910 944-3979
  • First Friday

    • A family-friendly event with live music, food, beverages and entertainment.
    • Free admissions.
    • No dogs please
    • 5 pm at First Bank Stage at the Sunrise (inside the Sunrise Theater in case of rain), 250 NW Broad St., Southern Pines. 910 692-8501
  • 8th Annual Gala for Music Education

    • “Imaginings”
    • Fundraiser hosted by the Carolina Philharmonic
    • $150; (Military: $75)
    • See Pine Pitch for more info
    • 6 – 9:30 pm at The Grand Ballroom, Carolina Hotel, 80 Carolina Vista Drive, Village of Pinehurst. 910 687-2087
  • The Rooster’s Wife

    • Jo Gore performs.
    • Cost: $12
    • Doors open at 6pm
    • 6:46 at The Poplar Knight Spot, 114 Knight St., Aberdeen. 910 944-7502

Saturday, October 7

n Partly Cloudy 84°/68°

  • 1 in 8k Run for Moore

    • The 1 in 8k Run for Moore is an 8k Run/Walk (we also have a 1k Fun Run/Walk) that is part of the Sandhills Race Series, and it exists to support cancer patients and their families living in the Sandhills through funds to provide assistance with transportation, medications and other needs during treatment.
    • Proceeds will also provide scholarships through the Moore Free & Charitable Clinic for uninsured patients.
    • This is an 8k and a 1k Run / Walk through the beautiful Village of Pinehurst to support the fight against Breast Cancer.
    • Course details and registration can be found here
  • Equestrian Event

    • Derby Cross
    • This event is part of the Running Start Derby Cross Series.
    • Championship prizes will be awarded to the horse and rider with the highest score after all seven competitions in the series at the RSDX Championship Finals
    • 8 am – 5 pm Carolina Horse Park, 2814 Montrose Road, Raeford. 910 875-2074
  • 39th Annual Autumnfest

    • Join Southern Pines Recreation for crafts, concessions, local entertainment, youth activities and foot races (5K/ Fun run/walk, kid races).
    • Visit Moore County Historical Association’s booth to find out what you know about odd objects unfamiliar to most of us today.
    • Co-sponsored by the Moore County Arts Council.
    • 9 am – 4 pm Downtown Park, 145 SE Broad St., Southern Pines. 910 692-7376
  • Nature Study Program

    • “Wildlings: Clever Caterpillars”
    • In this Wildlings program (for 6- to 10-year- olds) you will discover the clever ways cool critters avoid being eaten by predators.
    • Wear comfortable shoes for the trails.
    • 10 am at Weymouth Woods-Sandhills Nature Preserve, 1024 Fort Bragg Road, Southern Pines.910 692-2167
  • Saturday Kids Program

    • Favorite Fall Foods
    • Come celebrate great fall foods with crafts, activities and books.
    • Library cards are free for everyone.
    • 10 am – 12 pm Given Memorial Library. 150 Cherokee Road, Pinehurst. 910 295-6022
  • Meet the Author

    • Best-selling author Wiley Cash, of the celebrated A Land More Kind Than Home and This Dark Road to Mercy, returns with his eagerly awaited new novel, The Last Ballad.
    • Set in the Appalacian foothills in 1929, this story is about a single mother’s struggles in a textile mill.
    • 4 pm at The Country Bookshop, 140 NW Broad St., Southern Pines. 910 692-3211
  • Live Music

    • Jen Hillard performs at the Wine Cellar & Tasting Room
    • Free to the public.
    • 7 – 10 pm at Wine Cellar & Tasting Room, 241-A NE Broad St., Southern Pines. 910 692-3066

Sunday, October 8

f Thunderstorms 83°/68°

  • Paint Hill Hike

    • Meet at Stonetfield Drive Access to walk one of the least traveled trails at Weymouth Woods, the 0.8-mile Pixie Moss Trail.
    • 3 pm at Weymouth Woods-Sandhills Nature Preserve, 1024 Fort Bragg Road, Southern Pines.910 692-2167
  • Sandhills Farm to Table Co-Op

    • Learn about buying locally grown foods from Vince Zucchino and what the Sandhills Farm to Table Co-op is doing to get more of these foods into the kitchens of Moore County residents.
    • Fresh, seasonal recipes will be provided.
    • 3 om at Souther Pines Public Library, 170 W Connecticut Ave, Southern Pines. 910 692-8235

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