Things to do Around Pinehurst this Weekend – Weekend of 2/2/2017

by patricrawley on January 29, 2018

Friday, February 2

e AM Showers 47°/19°

  • Chair Yoga

    • Taught by Darlind Davis, ideal for those with chronic conditions, balance issues or lower body challenges that affect the ability to get up and down.
    • Cost: $40/resident; $80/non-resident.
    • Fridays through February 9.
    • 9 – 10 am at Pinehurst Parks & Rec, 300 Kelly Road, Pinehurst. 910 295-1900
  • Sandhills Woman’s Exchange Reopening

    • Come in for unique gifts created by over 60 artisans and great lunches prepared by Chef Katrina at the best little gem in the Village of Pinehurst
    • Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., but you can shop from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
    • 10 am to 3 pm at Sandhills Woman’s Exchange, 15 Azalea Road, Pinehurst. 910 295-4677
  • Art Class

    • Getting Your Values Right, taught by Betty DiBartelomeo, designed to teach you how to observe values and connect them to give you a good composition for a painting.
    • All levels and media. $80.
    • 10 am to 3 pm at Artists League of the Sandhills, 129 Exchange St., Aberdeen. 910 944-3979
  • 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.
    • 1:30 – 4 pm, sign up for more details here
  • Art Exhibit Opening Reception

    • “We are… Students of the Arts.”
    • This exhibition showcases the work of individuals who have taken classes or workshops at the Artists League of the Sandhills during the past two years.
    • The Exhibit opens on Friday, Feb. 2, and the sale continues through Feb. 23.
    • 4 – 6 pm at Artists League of the Sandhills, 129 Exchange St., Aberdeen. 910 944-3979
  • Fun Fridays

    • Pinehurst Parks and Rec’s monthly group outing for ages 14+. This month: Cooking Class.
    • $20/resident; $40/non-resident. Meet at Recreation Room
    • 5 – 7 pm at 300 Kelly Road, Pinehurst. 910 295-1900
  • Gallery Opening and Reception

    • “Strong and Fragile.”
    • This Arts Council of Moore County exhibit features the works of three Triangle artists, Constance Pappalardo (watercolors), Madonna Phillips (mixed media collages), and Marjorie Pierson (color photography, digital collage and mixed media).
    • Their work will be on display through Feb. 28.
    • This reception and gallery is free and open to the public.
    • 6 – 8 pm at Campbell House Galleries, 482 E. Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines. 910 692-2787
  • Sandhills Winery: “Fri Yay!”

    • At theme Fridays you can enjoy a food truck, fire pit, costume contests, music, dancing and lots of fun.
    • This week’s theme is “Country Rock” and dinner special is Brunswick Stew.
    • 6 – 9 on at Sandhills Winery, 1057 Seven Lakes Drive, 6544 Sevn Lakes Village, West End. 910 673-2949
  • Dance Class: Couples Group Class

    • This class is for couples who are looking for a great date night and are wanting to learn how to navigate on the floor comfortably with a variety of steps as well as feel confident dancing with their partners.
    • Miss Julia Cameron teaches this class right before the Friday Social.
    • $20 per class
    • 7 – 8 pm at Carolina DanceWorks, 712 SW Broad St, Southern Pines. 910 725-1846
  • Live Music

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

Saturday, February 3

e Mostly Sunny 45°/30°

  • Patterns in the Garden Workshop

    • Join the Greenway Wildlife Habitat Committee for a workshop on “Patterns in the Garden”
    • Led by Jan Little, Director of Education and Public Programs at Sarah P. Duke Gardens.
    • Ms. Little will discuss how our attraction to pattern and proportion impacts our perception of what is pleasing in the landscape.
    • Discover which patterns and proportions capture your eye and learn how to use them in your garden.
    • This workshop is open to the public and admission is FREE. There is no need to register.
    • 10:30 am – 12 pm at the Assembly Hall, 395 Magnolia Road, Pinehurst. 910 295-1900
  • Family Chocolate Festival

    • This event includes chef demonstrations, chocolate classes, family-friendly events as well as plenty of tasting opportunities.
    • Click here for more information and tickets.
    • 10 am – 2 pm in Downtown Historic Pinehurst. 910 687-0377
  • Chocolate and Wine Walk

    • Join us for an evening to sip, sample and stroll around the Village of Pinehurst.
    • Tickets a must: $35 advance, $5 for a 5-pak of tasting tickets. Rain or shine.
    • Click here for more information and tickets.
    • 4 – 8 pm at Olde Town Realty, 601 Cherokee Rd, Pinehurst. 910 687-0377
  • The Rooster’s Wife

    • Missy Raines and the New Hip perform.
    • Cost: $15 in advance
    • Doors open at 6pm
    • 6:46 at The Poplar Knight Spot, 114 Knight St., Aberdeen. 910 944-7502
  • Live Music

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

Sunday, February 4

e Showers 49°/29°

  • Bolshoi Ballet Live from Moscow in HD

    • The Lady of the Camillas
    • Chopin’s romantic piano score accompanies this tragic story of Marguerite, an ailing courtesan seeking love and redemption. Svetlana Zakharova plays Marguerite.
    • Tickets: $25.
    • 12:55 – 4 pm at Sunrise Theater, 250 N.W. Broad St., Southern Pines. 910 692-8501
  • Weymouth Study Program

    • Weird and Wild Jeopardy!
    • Have you ever heard of a zombie virus that takes over a caterpillar’s body and turns it into goo? How about an insect that lays eggs and then continuously cleans them to prevent them from being destroyed by a fungus? Come to this program and discover some of nature’s strangest secrets!
    • 3 – 4 pm at Weymouth Woods Nature Preserve, 1024 N. Fort Bragg Rd., Southern Pines. 910 692-2167
  • Weymouth Chamber Music Series

    • Blue Mountain Ensemble
    • The program includes colorful instrumentation (flute, piano, cello and violin) and music from diverse periods. Reception to meet the musicians follows.
    • Tickets: $10/Members; $20/Non-member; students under 18 free, Tickets available at the Weymouth Center office, in person or by phone 10 a.m.–2 p.m., Monday-Friday; or at the door.
    • 3 – 5 pm at Weymouth Center for Arts & Humanities, 555 E. Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines. 910 692-6261
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