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Folk Art Show Collector’s Preview

Friday, February 23   |   7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

You will not want to miss the special Collector’s Preview, this ticketed event offers collectors the opportunity to visit and have more in-depth conversations with the artists and purchase their work.



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Folk Art Show

Saturday, February 24   |   10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The 16th annual Folk Art Show is coming soon! Mark your calendars for Saturday and Sunday, February 24th and 25th, 2018. We’ll have a barn full to the rafters with fantastical folk art from all over. Looking to get first dibs on the art? Come out for the Collector’s Preview on Friday night February 23rd from 7-9pm. This is your chance to visit with the artists, have more in-depth conversations about their work, and purchase their art too. The Collector’s Preview…



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Trunk Show: IT Felt

Saturday, February 24   |   10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Each of Nadia’s handmade felt creations is unique and one of a kind, with genuine Italian silk, felt and luxury fabric chosen for their beauty and features.



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Bart Ehrman – The Triumph of Christianity

Saturday, February 24   |   11:00 am

From the New York Times bestselling authority on early Christianity, the story of how Christianity grew from a religion of twenty or so peasants in rural Galilee to the dominant religion in the West in less than four hundred years. Christianity didn’t have to become the dominant religion in the West. It easily could have remained a sect of Judaism fated to have the historical importance of the Sadducees or the Essenes. In The Triumph of Christianity, Bart Ehrman, a…



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Steve Cavanagh – The Plea

Saturday, February 24   |   2:00 pm

“Cavanagh’s fast-paced, action-packed legal thriller is bound to grip John Grisham and Michael Connelly fans with its unexpected turns.” ― Library Journal, starred review Pete cannot wait to meet this author, the soon-to-be new king of legal thrillers. He and Sarah have been raving about this book for months! An innocent client. A wife in jeopardy. A locked room mystery. Who will take The Plea? Billionaire David Child swears he didn’t murder his girlfriend, Clara. But the evidence overwhelmingly shows…



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Wine Tasting

Saturday, February 24   |   3:00 pm

Visit The Goat on Saturdays at 3pm for a free wine tasting with Fearrington sommeliers and the occasional guest! Taste hand-selected red and white wines, and ask our sommeliers to help you find a bottle to take home. Questions? Call 919.545.5717.



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Bryn Chancellor – Sycamore

Saturday, February 24   |   4:00 pm

An award-winning writer makes her debut with this mesmerizing page-turner in the spirit of Everything I Never Told You and Olive Kitteridge. Out for a hike one scorching afternoon in Sycamore, Arizona, a newcomer to town stumbles across what appear to be human remains embedded in the wall of a dry desert ravine. As news of the discovery makes its way around town, Sycamore’s longtime residents fear the bones may belong to Jess Winters, the teenage girl who disappeared suddenly…



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Folk Art Show

Sunday, February 25   |   10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The 16th annual Folk Art Show is coming soon! Mark your calendars for Saturday and Sunday, February 24th and 25th, 2018. We’ll have a barn full to the rafters with fantastical folk art from all over. Looking to get first dibs on the art? Come out for the Collector’s Preview on Friday night February 23rd from 7-9pm. This is your chance to visit with the artists, have more in-depth conversations about their work, and purchase their art too. The Collector’s Preview…



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Trunk Show: IT Felt

Sunday, February 25   |   10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Each of Nadia’s handmade felt creations is unique and one of a kind, with genuine Italian silk, felt and luxury fabric chosen for their beauty and features.



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NCPS Reading Series

Sunday, February 25   |   2:00 pm

North Carolina Poetry Society reading with Elio Soldi, Maureen Sherbondy, and Michael Beadle. Elio Soldi trained as a physicist (Doctor D., University of Pavia, Italy, 1961; Ph.D., UNC at Chapel Hill, USA, 1970). After postdoc work and studies (Max Planck, Munich and UNC, Chapel Hill), he spent 36 years teaching, doing administrative work and research at NCCU in Durham. Having  damaged a sufficient number of young minds, exasperated administrators and confounded colleagues, he retired in 2001to a quieter life to see what was left of…



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