The Rocky Mount Event Center is a place where you’ll celebrate music, entertainment and more. Rock concerts to rock climbing, family fun to family functions and everything in between, make the Rocky Mount Event Center a true destination — supported by a host of Rocky Mount area attractions that include the Rocky Mount Mills, the Imperial Center for the Arts & Sciences, Battle Park, Sunset Park, the Rocky Mount Sports Complex and City lake.
Edgecombe County Cultural Arts Council Inc., also known as Edgecombe Arts, is a non-profit agency that was chartered in 1985. We collect and exhibit objects of artistic and historic merit from Edgecombe County, North Carolina (these objects are displayed in the Blount-Bridgers House, the Pender Museum, and the county's art and history museums), foster an environment of creativity and cultural awareness through programming and advocacy, and educate the public on the cultural activities and achievements of the people of Edgecombe County
33 Oyster Shack will fill all your seafood needs. Winter is the best time to go with a variety of steam, grilled, or fried seafood. September - April is the best time to get fresh steamed oysters that are so good you want be able to get enough of them.
Founded in 1935, Farmville Golf and Country Club is located just off Highway 258 on 125 acres in the heart of historic Farmville, North Carolina. This original Donald Ross type course is challenging as well as beautiful measuring just over 6200 yards
Bill Goode Photography has been in Eastern North Carolina for over 30 years.
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Located in Historic Downtown Tarboro, one of the oldest towns in North Carolina, On the Square's low-key charms haven't faded since its opening, but rather have increased with every weekly menu change. Seasonal, sustainable ingredients are celebrated accordingly throughout the ever-changing menu that ranges from subtle to blunt and is teamed nightly with recommendations from a value-driven eclectic yet classic wine offering. The majority of patrons come from out of town. Those who discover this off-the-beaten-path dining experience are ardent supporters.