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Book Launch & Fundraiser


At this FREE event, you and your children will enjoy an author reading from Annie Hallinan, author of the new children’s book Brinkley Boyd of Weymouth, book signing (single-print, limited edition books will be for sale), carriage rides, a scavenger hunt and heavy hors d’oeuvres from 195 American Fusion restaurant!  CLICK HERE for more information and […]

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Visit our House & Grounds


The Boyd House at Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities is open to the public Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm.  CLICK HERE for a self-guided tour, or call 910-692-6261 to schedule a private group tour.  Our grounds are open daily from sunrise to sunset and are a beautiful setting for family photos and picnics!

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James Boyd Book Club


*Our book club is on break for the summer.  Check back in September.  Thank you. Are you looking for an interesting book club with interesting people?  Then look no further!  Our book club meets in The Library the third Tuesday of every month from 2-3pm and we read works by NC Literary Hall of Fame […]


AIMS Program Does it Again!


       AIMS (Authors in Moore Schools) held two fantastic events in September. With a grant from the Moore Community Foundation, author/illustrator/cartoonist Jeffrey Brown visited Aberdeen Elementary school and AIMs presented copies of his new book Lucy and Andy Neanderthal to 5th grade students.        Also, author/illustrator Abby Hanlon visited Southern Pines […]

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Weymouth Featured on Local Radio Show


Recently our Executive Director, Robin Smith, along with new President, Kathyrn Talton and Youth Affiliate Chairperson, Schuyler Crowder, were guests on “All Things Moore County,” hosted by local real estate broker Bill Sahadi.  They talked of the history of the Weymouth Center as well as many upcoming Summer events, including the concert series, Sounds on the Grounds. In […]


Making a Difference


Weymouth Center has teamed up with The Country Bookshop’s “Authors in Moore Schools” (AIMS) program to bring quality authors to the Sandhills to visit children in our schools and to give students their own autographed copies of books. CLICK HERE to read the article in The Pilot