Franklin County Arts Council to Observe Native American Heritage Month
The Franklin County Arts
Council will be Honoring National Native American Heritage Month with
presentations and Art Exhibits by Artists Pamela Wyrick Andrejev and Linda Wade Saturday, November 5th
at 3pm at the FCAC headquarters; 22 S Main Street, Franklinton, NC .
Wyrick Andrejev will speak about her Cherokee Heritage and share how it
influences her art. Linda Wade will present a slide presentation on Black
(African-Native American Heritage) Folk Art Collection, art, books and
artifacts from Andrejev’s collection will be on exhibit through whole month of
For more information, please email fcacarts@gmail or call
Afternoon Tea with Journalist Jane
Falkner on November 12th
Franklin County Arts
Council(FCAC) will host its November tea with writer and journalist Jane
Falkner on Saturday, November 12 at 3 pm at the FCAC Headquarters located at 22
S. Main Street in Fraklinton. Falkner, recently honored as a recipient of a
United Arts Council Regional Artist Award, is the first woman sports writer in
Virginia and one of the first in the Southeast. She has won awards in both
sports journalism and public relations writing.
informal discussion will include a brief excerpt from her current project, a memoir
entitled In Search of Cesar Chavez
and a discussion of the author’s recent cross-country adventure. She will be
introduced by long-time friend, Raleigh native, Debbie Durham. Sponsors of the
event, which includes refreshments, include the Franklin County Arts Council
and members of Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Oxford, North Carolina. For more
information, please email
fcacarts@gmail or call 919-497-6910.
Franklin County Arts Council Annual Christmas at Home Art
Show - December 17, 10-2PM Christmas at Home at historic home of Elic Senter and Ed Cottle, 12
Vine St, Franklinton, NC. Shop for one of a kind gifts by local artists. Free refreshments.
Franklin County Arts Council Heart for Art Gala and Fund
Raiser – February 9th 6pm
until 10pm at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Whitaker on 210 Winston Street,
Franklinton, NC. Silent auction, raffles, free refreshments.