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A Heritage Affair Gala & Silent Auction:  Saturday, May 21st, 6:30-11:30pm

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The grounds of Weymouth will come alive once again this May!  A Heritage Affair celebrates the storied past, vibrant present and exciting future of Weymouth.

Please join us for an evening of music and art featuring a live art installation by Patrick Shanahan, open bar, passed hors d’oeuvres and culinary action station.   Have fun with friends, in the spirit of the Boyds, and support Weymouth at the same time.

An annual benefit gala, A Heritage Affair presents an evening at Weymouth filled with music and fun in the spirit of the Boyd’s. The party sprawls throughout the house and lawns. This year’s theme is Casablanca, so put on your dinner jacket and a lovely dress and step in to A Heritage Affair.

CLICK HERE for more information.

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A Continuing Story in North Carolina.

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The story of Weymouth began in the early 1900s when James Boyd, Sr. of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, purchased over 1200 acres at the request of his daughter Helen Boyd Dull to save the longleaf pine forest from the destruction of the turpentine industry.

The Georgian mansion that we know today was built in 1922 by his grandson, author James Boyd and his wife Katharine. Here they hosted literary greats, founded the Moore County Hounds, and influenced the design of a community.

Today the story continues with a writers residency, literary programming, musical concerts, and a dedication to conserving the gardens and longleaf pine forests.

You become part of the story each time you visit Weymouth, write about Weymouth, tell a friend about Weymouth or become a supporter of Weymouth.