Category: Kinston Events

Support Lenoir Community College At The Foundation Golf Classic!

Golf Classic
These days, getting an education is more important than ever. Everybody has a different path, but for most, higher education can help propel them to have more successful and fulfilled lives. However, affording college can be difficult for many students, and countless people end up going into debt. If you... [read more]

Pokémon In The Park At Neuseway Nature Park

Pokémon In The Park
Looking for something fun to do with the kids this summer? Our local parks and recreation department has something unique planned for next weekend. Charge up your devices and make plans to go to Pokémon in the Park. About Pokémon in the Park This event is going to be so much fun,... [read more]

Enjoy Some Local Talent At The Kinston Summerfest

Kinston Summerfest
Since 2004, Pride of Kinston has held a summer concert series that has entertained thousands in beautiful Pearson Park. When the new executive director, Leon Steele, assumed his new role, this concert series, Sand in the Streets, was rebranded to Kinston SummerFest. Kinston, NC Summerfest continues to showcase a diverse selection... [read more]

BBQ Fest On The Neuse

BBQ Fest On The Neuse
One of the most fun events in the area is coming up in May! Get excited for BBQ Fest on the Neuse. This barbecue festival is going to run May 1 through May 4. You can taste and experience it all in Downtown Kinston. Schedule of Events There’s so much to see... [read more]

Take An Easter Egg Decorating Class!

Easter Egg Decorating Class
For 55 years, The Arts Council of Wayne County has been supporting creative endeavors in our area with events, exhibitions, and one adorable mascot: a black cat appropriately named Artie. The many fun upcoming dates on the council’s calendar include an Artwalk, a live jazz performance, and drawing and painting... [read more]

Mark Your Calendars For The Strides Rockin’ Walk-A-Thon!

Walk-A-Thon
North Carolina’s district Lions clubs make it their mission to contribute to the community in many ways, from providing free hearing and vision screenings to running Camp Dogwood, a summer camp for the blind and visually impaired. And the Lions for Diabetes Awareness hosts Strides Rockin’ Walk-A-Thon to bring attention... [read more]

Learn The History Of America’s Favorite Pastime!

Baseball
The staff and volunteers at the C.S.S. Neuse Civil War Interpretive Center, two blocks off the banks of the Neuse River in downtown Kinston, host a variety of educational events throughout the year. You've been there before and enjoyed exploring the exhibits and learning so much about our area's history.... [read more]

Host Your Next Event At Kinston Country Club

Kinston Country Club
The new year may have only just begun, but many people are finding their 2019 calendars already filling up fast. The company board meeting is next month, cousin Janie’s baby is due in the spring, Mom and Dad’s gold anniversary is this year, and the book club needs a place... [read more]

NYE Masquerade At The Museum

Masquerade At The Museum
If it’s helpful to start your day by getting up on the right side of the bed, then the same must be true when putting your best foot forward at the beginning of the new year. In order to do this, it’s important to start your year off right with... [read more]