Welcome to our Ramblings feature as we help you explore Lovely Things NC.
May 19 – First poured in 1917, the “nectar of North Carolina,” or Cheerwine, is still rooted in its birthplace, Salisbury. Capture a photo in front of the pop’s iconic sign, or stop by the company’s headquarters for some flavorful sips. (HappeningsMagazine)
May 18 & 19 – This event will give you the opportunity to experience exquisite culinary pairings from top area chefs and their notable wine selections. (NCWine)
If you love the tried and true pleasure of browsing through shelves to find your favorites as well as new pleasures, then you’ll love this three-story bookstore in North Carolina. (OnlyInYourState)
There are 16 locations in Wilkes County that welcome visitors to see their Barn Quilts. Patterns spotlight Tulip, Drunkards Path, Double Wedding Ring, Carolina Lily, Sunbonnet Sue, Baby Bovines, Lighting Strick, Lemoyne Star, Dresden Plate, Eight-Pointed Star, American Flag, Stars Aglow, Fan, and Vegetable Garden. (VisitNC)