Category archives for: Culture

Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office Offers Church Safety Assessments, Developing Action Plans

(Wentworth, NC) – In the wake of the tragedy at First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Texas, the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind places of worship within Rockingham County that we provide safety assessments and can help your group come up with an emergency action plan should an active shooter situation arise

Charlie Poole Festival Names Honorary Advisory Board

The Charlie Poole Festival is proud to announce the formation of an Honorary Advisory Board in support of the important cultural legacy of American music pioneer, Charlie Poole

Theatre Guild of Rockingham County Presents Madagascar, Jr

Buy your tickets today at www.tgrc-nc.com

Art Rocks 2018: Call To Artists

– PRINT APPLICATION and RETURN –

Norman Blake Named Recipient Of The 2017 Charlie Poole Festival Lifetime Achievement Award

In recognition of Norman Blake’s extraordinary contributions to America’s musical legacy, the Charlie Poole Festival is proud to announce that Blake has been named the 2017 recipient of the Charlie Poole Festival Lifetime Achievement Award. 

Passion for Trashin’ 2017

Art entry is September 28, 2017 – 2 – 7 pm at the MARC (the old courthouse in Wentworth) 1086 NC 65, Reidsville, NC second floor.  Opening reception will be held October 6, 2017 – 5:30 – 7 pm at which time “People’s Choice” will be voted on and announced as well as “Best in Show”.

MARC To Host High Rock Ford Lectures September 14th and 21st

High Rock Ford is located in Southeastern Rockingham County on the Haw River, the lectures will cover its local, state, and national significance as the regions first mill site and a Revolutionary War camp site and staging area for the Battle of Guilford Courthouse

MARC: Free Constitution Day, Photo Contest Set For Sept. 17

(Wentworth, NC) – In observance of Constitution Week, the Museum and Archives of Rockingham County will have its quarterly free day on Sunday, September 17 from 2:00 to 5:00 PM.

Aug. 31st: “From Slavery/Segregation to Sustainability Discussion

The 7 p.m., Thursday event, Aug. 31st, is open to the public, at Barnes & Noble Bookstore, 3102 Northline Ave., Greensboro, NC, 27408

MARC To Benefit County Waterways With $61,500 Duke Energy Grant

“This grant will enable the MARC to open historic walking trails and a river access at High Rock Ford.” said Jordan Rossi, Executive Director at the MARC.

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