Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities

Event Calendar

Aug 27 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

A Virtual Happy Hour to benefit Weymouth

Prepare to (virtually) meet up with some of the most interesting and trendsetting folks in our community and hear their stories. That’s the Happy Tales part.

Now for the Cocktails part. Pour yourself one of our Weymouth Special Cocktails (recipe included in ticket price), put on your favorite outfit, and have a seat on your veranda. Then join the conversation! Audience participation is encouraged – Express yourself! Let your outfit and cocktail glass tell some tales of your own! The best looking costume and cocktail preparation wins a dinner for two at Ashten’s and two annual memberships to Weymouth.


Ashley Van Camp at Ashten's

Our First Guest is Ashley Van Camp

Tickets: $45

Thursday, August 27 is a special event – a fundraiser to support Weymouth’s Be Our Bridge Campaign. “Happy Tales & Cocktails” will be a fun online event, featuring an interview with Weymouth Board Member and founder of Ashten’s, Ashley Van Camp. Joining Ashley will be Board President Kathryn Talton, Executive Director Ry Southard, and Weymouth’s newest board member Katie Wyatt. With your $45 ticket, you will receive a special cocktail recipe and Zoom invitation to the online party. I encourage you to dress up for the event, make your cocktail in advance, find a lovely spot to perch and be prepared to be regaled with stories of Ashten’s founding, how the Van Camps have contributed to Southern Pines, exciting new equestrian projects at Weymouth, and how the Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities is preparing for reopening.

We’ll record the session and take screen-shots of your cocktail spread – the best presentation will receive 2 free Annual Memberships to Weymouth and dinner for two at Ashten’s!

Click HERE to purchase your tickets.

Prior to the event we will email a link to join the event online!

Supper On The Grounds – boxed dinners from Ashten’s to take home or picnic at Weymouth! @ Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities
Sep 16 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Supper On The Grounds is back and right in style with current covid-19 restrictions

Always delicious, Ashten’s Restaurant of Southern Pines will provide boxed dinners for this year’s Supper On The Grounds fundraiser. You may choose to pickup your dinners and take them home or feel free to bring a friend or two, a blanket and beverages of choice and picnic on the beautiful grounds of Weymouth Center.

Each fundraiser dinner is priced nice at $20 for members and $30 for nonmembers.

Yumm!! Here’s the menu…

 Grilled and sliced NC Chicken Breast
Grilled Kalawi Farm Peaches
MacC’s Family Farm Summer Corn and Tomato Salad
Hoppin’ John with local beans and Carolina Gold Rice

Plastic silverware packets/napkins will be provided.
Dinners will be distributed starting at 5:30 pm.

No rain date. All dinners must be ordered in advance.

Orders must be received by by Friday, September 11. Click HERE for tickets.  If you prefer to mail a check please be sure to have it postmarked by Wednesday, September 9. Mail it to Weymouth Center, PO Box 939, Southern Pines 28388. For additional information or questions please email weymouthcenter@pinehurst.net.

Classical Music Sundays – THE EZRA DUO – live music at Weymouth
Nov 1 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The Ezra Duo

Jacob Clewell, viola
Sasha Bult-Ito, piano
Playing music by Prokofiev, Brahms, Clarke and Kouyoumdjian.
Formed in 2016 at the Glenn Gould School in Toronto, Ontario, the Ezra Duo has established itself as a performing ensemble of the highest caliber.
The duo are prize winners in numerous classical music competitions and premiered a new sonata written for them in June 2019. This season high-lights the virtuosity of true duo performance in “Art of the Duo”.

With special thanks, this concert has been sponsored by Jim & Mary Arnold.

Doors to the Great Room open at 1:30 p.m. Please be sure to arrive in time to find a seat before the 2 o’clock start!
Reception follows the performance.
Members: $25
Nonmembers $35
Students under 18: Free
Note: This concert was originally scheduled for April 5 but was moved due to coronavirus concerns.