Yadkin Arts Council, Yadkin River School: ARTcestry: DuMond’s Descendants and Their Art in Yadkin County

Yadkin Cultural Arts Center 226 E. Main St., Yadkinville, NC, United States

It is impossible to measure the importance of human teaching.  Great teachers of the past have an enduring influence on their students, their students’ students, and their students, students' students and so on through the ages.  It is very much so with the artist and great teacher, Frank Vincent DuMond.  He taught and painted from the late 1800’s until the mid-20th century.  Many of his students became exceedingly famous painters. Two are Norman Rockwell and Georgia O’Keefe.  Other students became teachers in their own right.  DuMond’s great-grandchild, artistically speaking, Viktoria Majestic, has continued the tradition of teaching right here in Yadkin County, NC.  She established the Yadkin River School of Art.  Viktoria and her students are excited to present, for the first time ever, their traditional oil paintings of still life, figurative, and landscapes scenes. Featured Artists: Vicktoria K. Majestic, Mark Andrews, Emily Lanier Cassidy, Gail Crotts, , Linda Fossier, Rose Fitzgerald, Ellen Frances Reece, Jane Townes, and Betty Vettor Opening Reception:  March 1, 2024 (5pm - 7pm) at the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center

Yadkin Arts Council: Men in Black

Willingham Theater 226 E. Main St. Yadkin Cultural Arts Center, Yadkinville, NC, United States

Men in Black is a veteran quintet hailing from Stokes County who play a wide variety of rock and roll from the 60’s through the 90’s. The band consists of Keith Farmer on drums, Bob Norris on bass guitar, Jeff Haney on guitar and keyboards, Joe Terrell on guitar, and Brad Dunlap on lead vocals. For this special show they will feature one set devoted to the music of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers with hits such as I Won’t Back Down, Runnin’ Down a Dream, Refugee, and Free Fallin’. The second set will be a tribute to 60’s rock legends who greatly influenced Petty like The Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Byrds, among others. Men In Black will put a reverent spin on these classic rock favorites and always encourage the crowd to participate in the fun.


Yadkin Arts Council, Town of Yadkinville: West End Mambo

Yadkin Cultural Arts Center 226 E. Main St., Yadkinville, NC, United States

The Yadkin Arts Council and the Town of Yadkinville are ready to party with the one and only West End Mambo! Put on your dancing shoes and come out to the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center Plaza for live music, food, and fun. Experience the energy and spirit of salsa music while celebrating with family and friends! Admission is FREE and all are welcome to attend. Food will be available for purchase along with a cash bar. In case of inclement weather this event will be moved inside to the Willingham Theater.