Arts Notes: Jan. 12

January 10, 2014 

Weaving class

The Triangle Weavers Guild will offer its annual weaving class from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturdays until Feb. 1. The class costs $150 plus $15 for materials. Bring your own table loom or rent a loom from the guild for a charge. For details, call guild vice president Janice Kohl at 919-240-4966.

Classical concert

The Halle Cultural Arts Center will host the “Classical Art Song” concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 12, at 237 N. Salem St., Apex. Tickets cost $15 for adults and $8 for students. For details, go to www.thehalle.org/upcoming-events.

Marvelous Music series

As part of the third Marvelous Music season, performances will begin at 7 p.m. at the Cary Arts Center, 101 Dry Ave. Tickets are $26 for adults, $24 for seniors and $88 for a pack of four.

The Cary Arts Center will host Crafty Connection, a series of arts and crafts activities for ages 2-12, before each concert. Activities, schedules and prices are online.

Here’s the schedule:

• Friday, Jan. 17: Glenn Miller Orchestra.

• Saturday, Feb. 15: Emile Pandolfi.

• Friday, March 21: “The Fantasticks,” presented by the Nebraska Theatre Caravan.

• Friday, May 9: Diane Shuur.

Details: www.townofcary.org/Departments/Parks__Recreation___Cultural_Resources/events/concerts/marvelousmusic.htm.

‘Nature, Naturally’

Beverly Ford’s photography exhibit, “Nature, Naturally,” will be on display until Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Herbert C. Young Community Center, 101 Wilkinson Ave., Cary. For details, call 919-469-4061 or go to www.townofcary.org.

‘Coded Responses’

“Coded Responses” by Mark Nystrom, artwork made from data collected from nature and music, will be on display until Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Cary Arts Center, 101 Dry Ave. For details, call 919-469-4061 or go to www.marknystrom.com.

Winter Concert Series

As part of the Winter Concert Series of the Friends of the Page-Walker Hotel, performances will begin at 4 p.m. Sundays at the Page-Walker Arts & History Center, 119 Ambassador Loop, Cary. Season tickets cost $60; tickets to individual performances cost $15 at www.etix.com. Here’s the schedule:

• Jan. 26: David Burgess.

• Feb. 23: Brian Reagin (Carole J. Wright Memorial Concert).

Cary employees’ art show

“The Artists Within,” an exhibit of town of Cary employees’ artwork, will be on display until Monday, Jan. 27, in Town Hall, 316 N. Academy St. For details, call 919-469-4061 or go to www.townofcary.org.

Classical music discussion

WCPE Radio host Juergen Rathgeber will lead a talk about classical music at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29, at West Regional Library, 4000 Louis Stephens Drive, Cary. To register, call 919-463-8505.

Meet the Artisan: Books as Art

Bookmakers will give hour-long drop-in demonstrations at local libraries. A session with Jennifer Mahaffey will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, at Eva Perry Regional Library, 2100 Shepherd’s Vineyard Drive, Apex. For details, call 919-387-2100. She will give another demonstration at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26, at West Regional Library, 4000 Louis Stephens Drive, Cary. For details, call 919-463-8500.

String music in the library

Angelyn Fanlo will play harp at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, at West Regional Library, 4000 Louis Stephens Drive, Cary. For details, call 919-463-8500. The Triangle Mountain Dulcimer Association will perform at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at Eva Perry Regional Library, 2100 Shepherd’s Vineyard Drive, Apex. For details, call 919-387-2100.

‘The Golden Doorstop’

Raleigh Little Theatre’s Storytellers to Go! will perform Judy M. Dove’s play, “The Golden Doorstop,” for free at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 1, at Eva Perry Regional Library, 2100 Shepherd’s Vineyard Drive, Apex. Students will perform the play about a North Carolinian 12-year-old finding the nation’s first gold mine. To register, call 919-387-2100.

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