Happy New Year, everyone! If you have any real estate needs in the new year, don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Here are some events happening in Southern Pines this month:
January 4: Art Opening Reception
A Celebration of the Journey! Featuring painting by Evelyn Dempsey, Carmen Drake Gordon, Joanne Kilpatrick, and Pottery by Anne Raven Jorgensen. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. Music provided by William Dale Smith.
January 6: Sandhills Salamanders
Search for salamanders in the Sandhills! They’ll start with a short presentation then venture out into the park to explore what makes good salamander habitat and attempt to find some of these elusive and fascinating creatures.
January 9: Backstage at The Lost Colony
Backstage at The Lost Colony goes behind the scenes of America’s most beloved outdoor drama to give readers a view of the show the audience never sees – the grinding toil, occasional mishaps, and moments of grace.
January 11-12: Free Open House Classes at Pure Barre
Is Pure Barre on your fitness bucket list? Head to Pure Barre for free Pure Barre classes all day Friday, January 11th and Saturday, January 12th. If you’re looking for toned muscles, a stronger core and more flexibility, they have a class for you!
January 11: Game of Thrones Trivia Date Night
Don your house colors, raise your banner and brush up on your Dothraki they will put your knowledge of Westerosi lore and legend to the test in their Game of Thrones Trivia Date Night! Will you and your date achieve the Iron Throne or will the bitter cold of failure add you to the ranks of White Walkers? Sign up today to find out!
January 12: STEAM Saturdays at Southern Pines Public Library
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Saturday will be held on Saturday, January 12. Craft tables will be out all day. From 11:00 a.m. to noon, join the Library staff for a special Amazing Ice event! This program is for children Kindergarten through 5th grade.
January 12: Parisian Salons: David Michael Wolff on piano
Parisian Salons: The Carolina Philharmonic presents David Michael Wolff at the piano in an exploration of the Paris of Chopin, Liszt, Debussy, Monet, Renoir and Baudelaire.
January 19: Salsa Fest
Dance the night away with lots of tacos and margaritas! No partner or experience needed! Everyone welcome but be sure to RSVP.
January 22: Sip N’ Sew: Basic Hand Stitches
Learn the basics: sew on a button, fix a ripped seam, throw in a few hand stitches when your trouser hem comes out right before that important job interview, sew on military or scout patches. They’ll provide a basic sewing kit, instructional hand-outs, and material to practice on.
January 31: North Carolina Symphony – Tchaikovsky Serenade
Soaring melodies stir the soul in Tchaikovsky s tender Serenade for Strings, written as an homage to Mozart. Respighi s Ancient Airs and Dances and Grieg s Holberg Suite also find inspiration from the past, bringing freshness and flair to elegant dance forms.