Things to do Around Pinehurst this Weekend – Weekend of 8/4/2017

by patricrawley on August 2, 2017

Friday, August 4

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  • 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
  • Summer Teen Program

    • Zentangling.
    • Teens looking for some low-activities can drop in on their own schedule to make creative projects.
    • Library hours at Southern Pines Public Library, 170 W. Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines. 910 692-8235
  • U.S. Kids Golf Teen World Championship

    • Each year, the Teen World Championship welcomes golfers ages 13 to 18 to six championship courses in the Pinehurst area.
    • All Day at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club, 80 Carolina Vista Drive, Pinehurst. 1 888 387-5437
  • First Friday

    • A family-friendly event with live music, food, beverages and entertainment by Ellis Dyson and The Shambles, whose influences include murder ballads of the Piedmont and old-time jazz. Expect lots of hootin’ and hollerin’
    • 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
  • 37th Annual Fine Arts Fesitval

    • Opening reception and awards ceremony featuring artists from all over the U.S.
    • Festival presented by the Arts Council of Moore County, reception hosted by ACMC Board of Trustees.
    • Exhibition dates: Aug. 4–25.
    • 6 – 8 pm at Campbell House Galleries, 482 E. Connecticut Avenue, Southern Pines. 910 692-2787

Saturday, August 5

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  • Summer Teen Program

    • Zentangling.
    • Teens looking for some low-activities can drop in on their own schedule to make creative projects.
    • Library hours at Southern Pines Public Library, 170 W. Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines. 910 692-8235
  • U.S. Kids Golf Teen World Championship

    • Each year, the Teen World Championship welcomes golfers ages 13 to 18 to six championship courses in the Pinehurst area.
    • All Day at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club, 80 Carolina Vista Drive, Pinehurst. 1 888 387-5437
  • Equestrian Event

    • Early Morning Dressage Show
    • 8 am – 12 pm at Pinehurst Harness Track, 200 Beulah Hill Road S, Pinehurst. 910 295-5255
  • Nature Study Program

    • “Wildlings Program: Animal Tracks.”
    • Join a park ranger for a craft and hike to learn some of the signs to look for when trying to figure out what animals have been around.
    • 10 am at Weymouth Woods-Sandhills Nature Preserve, 1024 Fort Bragg Road, Southern Pines. 910 692-2167
  • Farmers Market

    • Super Summer Produce in Pinehurst
    • 10 am – 1 pm at the Village Green in Pinehurst
  • Given Kids

    • Brain Games
    • Stop by the library for activities that will challenge and amaze you.
    • 10 am – 12 pm at Given Memorial Library, 150 Cherokee Road, Pinehurst. 910 295-6022

Sunday, August 6

k Scattered Thunderstorms 87°/70°

  • Summer Teen Program

    • Zentangling.
    • Teens looking for some low-activities can drop in on their own schedule to make creative projects.
    • Library hours at Southern Pines Public Library, 170 W. Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines. 910 692-8235
  • Equestrian Event

    • Early Morning Dressage Show
    • 8 am – 12 pm at Pinehurst Harness Track, 200 Beulah Hill Road S, Pinehurst. 910 295-5255
  • Nature Study Program

    • Boyd Tract Hike.
    • Join a Park Ranger for a 1-mile hike through the old-growth longleaf pines, hear about the history of the property and visit some of the restoration sites located in the forest.
    • 3 pm at Den Road trailhead. Boyd House (Weymouth Center), 555 E Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines. 910 692-2167
  • Exploration Series for Adults

    • The Sage Harvest Gourmet Jerky store was started as the dream of one military family who, after four adoptions of their own, wanted to support other adopted families.
    • Find out how this family works to give back to others, and sample their gourmet jerky, courtesy of Friends of Southern Pines Public Library.
    • 3 – 4 pm at Southern Pines Public Library, 170 W Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines. 910 692-8235
  • Weymouth Concert

    • An Evening on the Lawn with the Carolina Philharmonic Junior Orchestra
    • 10/members, $20/non-members. 18 and under free. Tickets available at Weymouth Office, The Country Bookshop and at the door.
    • Refreshments will be available.
    • 6:30 pm at Weymouth Center for Arts & Humanities, 555 E Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines. 910 692-6261
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