Welcome to our Ramblings feature as we help you explore Lovely Things NC.
May 25 – Recurring weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Nestled along the shores of America’s most historic and mysterious island, over 100 professional actors, technicians, and designers have gathered every summer since 1937 to honor the memory of the brave people who came here to build a new country. The production is as epic as their story. (The Outer Banks)
The Conservation Lab in Greenville, NC where is the project is underway is open for FREE behind-the-scenes tours. See first-hand how the lad is conserving, documenting, and investigating the artifacts recovered from the shipwreck identified as the pirate Blackbeard’s flagship, Queen Anne’s Revenge. (NC Dept. of Natural and Cultural Resources)
The word breathtaking will just burst out as soon as you enter the vineyard through the picturesque vine-covered stone gate. This is a hidden treasure that is a destination on its own. (theDestinationMag.com)
This three-day event – May 18-20 – is a national literary festival, with more than 60 authors, poets, and spoken word artists from across the country converging in downtown Greensboro for workshops, panel discussions, performances, and family-friendly activities. (Our State)
May 31, June 1-3, 2018 – The Asheville Quilt Guild and the North Carolina Quilt Symposium, Inc., welcome quilters to “Delectable Asheville”, the 39th North Carolina Quilt Symposium. The committee has been working hard to have the best symposium ever. University of North Carolina Asheville has ‘smart’ classrooms, a great dining facility and comfortable dormitories. UNC Asheville also offers a beautiful campus where you can relax and enjoy the mountains and all Asheville has to offer.