Classically Sundays at Weymouth: Jemeesa Yarborough

Oct. 18, 2018 by

Classically Sundays at Weymouth is excited to present a new diva on the opera scene!  Though young, Jemeesa Yarborough has been singing classical music for more than a decade.  Beginning at the Baltimore School for the Arts, she transferred to

An Evening of Cole Porter with John Hatcher & Friends Quartet

Sep. 24, 2018 by

Cole Porter was an American treasure who wrote the music and lyrics to many of the best-known songs of the 20th century. With over 1200 songs for stage and screen which continue to hors-d’oeuvres and interpreted today, Cole Porter’s music

Sweet Southern Hearts: Susan Schild Reads at Weymouth

Sep. 19, 2018 by

“Linny is a Southern woman who has been taught to be sweet, but she is tenacious. Good manners and handwritten notes are not going to get her out of pickle she’s in. When Linny gets knocked down by her badly

Hurricane Florence notice

Sep. 10, 2018 by

Due to the hurricane the Weymouth Center house and grounds will be closed to the public from Thursday through Monday, Sept 13-17, possibly farther on if there is extensive cleanup. |  Supper on the Grounds event has been moved to

2018 Cos Barnes Fellow in Fiction: Christine Hennessey

Sep. 2, 2018 by

The Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities is thrilled to present the 2018 Cos Barnes Fellow in Fiction to Christine Hennessey for “Foundation.” Christine Hennessey lives and writes in Wilmington, North Carolina, where she shares a home with nineteen chickens, one giant dog, and her husband. She

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Supper on the Grounds 2018! (September 21)

Aug. 7, 2018 by

Join us for a September evening barbecue on the beautiful grounds of the Boyd House. Welcome back to Weymouth! We hope you had a great summer…. SCREEEEECCHHH! Hurricane Alert! Supper on the Grounds moved one week to September 21. WHEN:

Children’s Writing Camp [August 7-9] with Beth Copeland

Jul. 6, 2018 by

2018’s Write On Camp at Weymouth Center has been fully redesigned to engage young writers in daily tours, work on new writing skills development, and to introduce them to writers of different genres and to other professionals within the world

Erin Chandler | June Bug Versus Hurricane

Jun. 19, 2018 by

Born to Kentucky royalty, granddaughter of the two-time governor, US Senator, and baseball commissioner “Happy” Chandler, who put Jackie Robinson in the big leagues, Erin Chandler’s life promised an idyllic childhood. Her aunt was an actress.  Her family was larger

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Alive! Tyler Young and William Hueholt Return to Weymouth Center

Jun. 13, 2018 by

Alive! Celebrates the talent of young musicians and the cutting-edge work of young, current classical composers.  Locally born, Tyler Young, saxophone and William Hueholt, piano, return to Weymouth Center for a cutting-edge take on classical music.  They performed last summer

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Summer Evening Jazz with Gershwin Favorites

May. 17, 2018 by

Jazz on a summer evening, the marvelous rhythm and lyrics of George and Ira Gershwin’s music swaying in the air, as “‘S wonderful! ‘S marvelous!  That you should care for me!” is being sung to you at your table.  Wine, hors-d’oeuvres