Johnston County Event Calendar
AMERICANS IN PARIS! – October 18, 2018 – dinner at 6:30 pm (concert starts at 7:30)
The Preston Woodall House, 201 E Hill St, Benson, NC 27504
The season begins at the Preston Woodall House in Benson, NC with “Americans in Paris.” The program takes you on a musical voyage to Paris and beyond, exploring the vast musical influences of this magical city on musical artists from the romantic generation to the present and how their work affected American musical culture. This event was created by CPF Artistic Director, Jonathan Levin and features recent recipient of the Audience Favorite Award at the New York International Vocal Competition, Brooklyn Snow, soprano, as well as versatile violinist and fiddler, Christin Danchi. The event also features an elegant Paris-themed dinner, brought to you by the skilled Preston Woodall House staff.
Tickets: $45 General (full course meal and concert), $35 Seniors (65 and above with full course meal and concert), $25 (children 12 and under with full course meal and concert), Concert only tickets: $15 General, $10 College and High School students, $5 Children 12 and under
Please support the N. Garner PTA, community yard sale. Come find a bargain or clean out your closets and sell your items. Parking spots are selling for $20. Bring your own table & make a profit of what you sell. If interested in selling please contact the PTA representative listed. Food & Drinks will be sold. Come and support a good cause!
Saturday, October 20
7:00 – 9:00pm
Description:Nicole Unice is a popular author, Bible teacher, and counselor. Her practical tools will help you navigate the daily ups and downs of life. Nicole offers tips to take the hard, hurtful, and confusing moments and turn them into opportunities to grow in wisdom, strength, and joy. Learn how to rewrite your struggle into a new, God-centered life story. Learn how to find joy in the screw-ups, let-downs, and downright ridiculous stuff in life from Nicole Unice’s down-to-earth, humorous, and honest teaching on The Struggle Is Real. Grab a friend for a come-as-you-are event of story, worship, and biblical teaching.
FREE EVENT!!! DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 PM
PEA SHELLERS WILL BE LEADING WORSHIP
All are welcome!
date:October 20, 2018
address:1232 Hickory Grove Church Rd. Four Oaks, NC 27524
For more information:
Facebook: The Struggle is Real. Event
CARNIVAL! Party Music from Around the World – October 25, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
The Piazza at Portofino, 67 Paraggi Court Clayton, NC 27527
The season continues at Portofino in Clayton, with “Carnival”, a fun, family-oriented program developed by pianist Janice Fehlauer, featuring “party music” from around the world. Whether the holiday is called Shrovetide, Fasching, Mardi Gras, or Carnival, Janice takes you on a world tour of fun music from Couperin’s satirical pageantry to Villa-Lobos’s mischievous characters; across France, Austria, Germany, Russia, and Brazil. This is a musical celebration you won’t want to miss!
Tickets: $20 General, $15 Seniors (65 and above), $10 College and High School Students, Children and students 12 and under are free!
TWO’S A CROWD – OCTOBER 26, 2018 @ 7:30 pm
The Farm at 42, 1075 Lynch Road Selma, NC 27576
The final concert at The Farm at 42 will feature the dynamic Anderson and Roe Duo. Known for their adrenalized performances, original compositions, and notorious music videos, GREG ANDERSON and ELIZABETH JOY ROE are revolutionizing the piano duo experience for the 21st century. Described as “the most dynamic duo of this generation” (San Francisco Classical Voice) “…the very model of complete 21st-century musicians. They fuse classical and pop music into a blend of high artistry and skillful entertainment.” They will present unique and eclectic mix of classical standards and cross-over pop numbers, alternating performances on one or two pianos, proving that two can literally be a crowd!
Tickets: $20 General, $15 Seniors (65 and above), $10 All grade school and college students
In order to participate you must email Officer V. Denoble at Vjdenoble@smithfieldpd.org to enter and receive more information. All contestants will provide a vehicle with a decorated trunk and wear a costume. All candy and prizes will be provided. Prizes will be given to top three trunks.
Trunk or Treater information
Ages 0-12 years old are welcome
Wear a costume if you like it is not required. This event will specifically be at the Inclusion Playground at the Smithfield Community Park.
Three of the voices that defined 90s country music – Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin and Collin Raye – join forces in the Roots & Boots tour. Combined, the trio has amassed more than 40 Top 10 radio smash hits and sold more than 25 million albums. Don’t miss these iconic country artists as they come together to swap stories and perform their classic songs all on one stage.
Reserved seating for this show is SOLD OUT. Please call the Box Office at 919-553-1737 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about this show or to be added to a waiting list should seats become available. Standing Room Only tickets are available for this show for $25, plus tax & fees.
Calling all ghosts, goblins, fairies, princesses and everything in between! Trunk or Treat is a fun and safe event that goes beyond trick or treating with entertainment by DJ Jim Earp, bounce houses, and plenty of frightening fun. Trunk or Treat will happen Rain or Shine!
We are looking for local businesses, community organizations or volunteers to decorate their vehicle trunk or tailgate and provide candy or small treats to our Trunk or Treat-ers. You must pre-register your trunk prior to the day of the event. A contest will be held for the “Best Dressed Car” and winners will receive spooky prizes!
Ages: Children 12 and Younger
Date: Monday, October 29, 2018
Time: 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Uptown Selma Town Hall