February 26th – March 1st
StageStruck Presents: Les Misérables - School Edition
Winner of over 100 international awards and seen by over 65 million people worldwide, Les Misérables sweeps its audience through an epic tale of broken dreams, passion and redemption, against the backdrop of a nation in the grip of revolution. The School Edition is a slightly condensed version of the musical, but keeps true to the original.
March 6th 5-8pm
Looking for something fun and relaxing to start off your weekend? Stop by First Friday for refreshments, exhibits, art, live music, and much more. Meet our studio artists. Shop the Art Market.
This is a must-see First Friday for those interested in investing those already owning downtown property, and community members that love the history and future of downtown Goldsboro. In an effort to spur excitement in downtown Goldsboro properties, the DGDC Design Committee has put together a display of 20 renderings of existing buildings. The renderings will not only show realistic facades, but the Design Committee will include all resources needed in order for current and potential owners to implement these ideas.
www.ArtsInWayne.org ∙ 919.736.3300
March 6th 7:30pm
Center Stage Theatre Presents: Cheaper By the Dozen
Based on a true story, Cheaper by the Dozen tells the story of the Gilbreth family. Imagine your father is one of the great pioneers of industrial efficiency. Then suppose he decides, for no apparent reason, to apply his unorthodox methods to you and to the rest of your big family. The results are terribly embarrassing, funny and, it must be admitted, extremely effective! To the oldest daughter, Anne, however, the chief effect seems to be that of making them seem ridiculous to everyone else at school.
MARCH 7TH 5:30PM
LIVER TRANSPLANT FUNDRAISER
GOSPEL SING & SILENT AUCTION
Malpass Brothers, Jill Howell, and Southern Ambassadors/Southern Grace sing at Adamsville Baptist Church in Goldsboro. Silent Auction at 5:30. Gospel Sing at 6:30. Proceeds go to the National Foundation for Transplants in honor of Pat Sasser. Auction items donated by stores, artists, and individuals. Husband and wife, Marty and Pat Sasser are both cancer survivors. For information contact email@example.com or 919-344-2743.
March 14th 4pm
Downtown Goldsboro Kilt Run
Grab your kilt and get ready for some fun! Event t-shirt & 2 green beverages included. Registration - 3pm, Race starts at 4pm. www.theflyingshamrock.com
March 14th 8pm
Grab your green & orange and head downtown for a festive St. Patty’s-themed bar crawl. We’ll visit several downtown restaurants & turn the town green! Live music, great food & beverages and giveaways
www.dgdc.org (919) 735-4959
March 14th & 15th All Day
Shop the Block
Support local small businesses! Head downtown to shop and dine, with big savings from downtown businesses! Download coupons online & follow Downtown Goldsboro on social media for clues to win Downtown Dollars in our Shop the Block Scavenger Hunt. www.dgdc.org ∙ 919.735.4959
March 14th & 15th 7pm & 3 pm
The Little Mermaid Ballet
Presented by Goldsboro Ballet, the Disney favorite comes to life on stage. Fun for the whole family! Reserved seating: Adults - $16, Students 18 & Under - $12
March 20th – 29th
Dance for Christ
This powerful production is a can’t-miss and has become a local favorite over the last decade. Artistic Productions, Inc. presents this live ministry through a mix of ballet, lyrical, tap, jazz, hip-hop and more. With something for everyone, each piece tells a story or demonstrates God’s unfailing love and mercy. Friday – Sunday, March 20th – 29th. Reserved Seating: Adults - $13; Seniors & Military - $11 (Saturday Matinees only)
March 21st 9am – Noon
The Outlaw Foundation
2nd Annual 5K Run/Walk
The Outlaw Foundation’s 2nd Annual 5K Run/Walk Saturday, March 21, 2015 @ 9:00 am, Carver Elementary School, Mt. Olive, NC. To Register, visit www.runttheeast.com or www.theoutlawfoundation.com *There will also be a 1 mile walk *Register by March 10 to guarantee t-shirt. A race for all ages!! *All proceeds go to assisting local families with utility, mortgage, gas, and grocery bills that are currently being treated for cancer. *For more info, please go to www.theoutlawfoundation.com
March 21st 11am
Wayne County Quilt Day
FREE & open to the public - Bring your quilts to the Arts Council of Wayne County to learn the history! There will be a brief lecture about the history of quilts in this region by Mrs. Gorges, in addition to some of the quilts that she will bring with her. Quilts will NOT be appraised for value, but rather a history will be given. All are welcome to attend, but evaluations will be limited to Wayne County residents due to time constraints, although the quilts do not need to be from Wayne County. Wayne County Museum; Call 919.736.3300 for additional information.
March 28th 10a.m. – all day
Fremont Daffodil Festival
Come to Fremont, NC and have a day of fun, music, food, arts and crafts, kid rides, great music and just a great time for the entire family! For more information go to www.fremontdaffodilfestival.weebly.com
March 28th 9am – 1pm
Goldsboro Juniors Spring Fling
Head to the First Baptist Church in Downtown Goldsboro for this arts and crafts fair hosted by The Goldsboro Juniors. www.goldsborojuniors.com
March 31st 7pm
Paramount Movie Nights Presents: Rio Lobo
Winner of three Academy Awards including Best Picture, 12 Years a Slave is based on an incredible true story of one man's fight for survival and freedom. Rated R
Tickets: $5 each - 919.583.8432. www.GoldsboroParamount.com
March 31st 5-8pm
36th National Juried Fine Art Show – Opening Reception
The biggest exhibit of the ACWC's year, the Juried Show is a great way to see a variety of works of art. This exhibit typically features over 230 pieces from around the state and across the country. Winners will be announced for Best in Show, 2nd & 3rd Place, Best in Wayne County and People’s Choice. All artists are invited to enter. Pieces will be on display through May 16th.
www.ArtsInWayne.org ∙ 919.736.3300