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James Boyd Book Club


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 Inductees.  All are welcome.  Please come and bring a friend! CLICK HERE for more information.

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Candlelight Wine & Cheese Tour


Ring in the holidays with this festive event in the beautifully decorated Boyd House. Tour the rooms of this 9,000 square foot mansion, each one meticulously prepared to delight you and yours!  Enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres throughout the evening. PLEASE RSVP by December 6th.  910-692-6261; $35 Members / $45 Non-members


Weymouth Holiday Events


It’s that time of year again and we are thrilled to announce our HOLIDAY EVENTS!  Click each event title to find out more…   THE PREVIEW GALA – Wednesday, December 6th; 6-9pm OPEN HOUSE AND STABLE TOUR – Thursday, December 7th ~ Sunday, December 10th (10am-3pm Thursday – Saturday; 1-4pm Sunday CAROLS AT WEYMOUTH – […]

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A Fundraiser for our Future Educational Center


Help Brinkley Save the Carriage House Roof! Join us on October 19th for a fund raiser/book launch to formally introduce Annie Hallinan’s third book, “Brinkley Boyd of Weymouth” and to raise money for repairs to Weymouth’s carriage house, future home of the Weymouth Educational Center.  CLICK HERE for all of the exciting details!   SaveSave […]

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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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2017 Moore County Writers’ Competition Winners


Congratulations to the Winners of the 2017 Moore County Writers’ Contest! With over 200 entries, in three categories and with ages ranging from six-years-old to adult, this year’s contest proved yet again that Moore County continues to follow its tradition of literary greatness. This year marked a first for the Writers’ Contest. It officially went digital. […]