Culture and Fun

Magnolia Arts Center-
The Magnolia Arts Center was founded in June 2005 with a mission to provide the members of the greater Greenville area with the opportunity to express their creativity and participate in the arts, attend quality cultural events, and gather together to build community. We want to reflect the diversity and richness of this area, and to present a multitude of artistic experiences to the region.
(Why? Local community theater that has some great gems, performances are usually held at the Music Academy of Eastern Carolina on Redbanks Rd.)
info@magnoliaartscenter.com
888-MAC-EVNT

http://www.magnoliaartscenter.com/

Farmville Community Arts Council-
The Mission of the Farmville Community Arts Council, Inc. is to establish and maintain an awareness and an appreciation of cultural arts in the community of Farmville through the promotion and encouragement of existing cultural and educational organizations, to assist in the establishment of activities where none exist, and to coordinate cultural and educational activities in the community of Farmville to avoid overlapping and duplication of efforts.
3723 N. Main Street Farmville, NC 27828
(252) 753-3832

http://farmvillearts.org/

S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series @ ECU-
World class musicians and performers of all stripes grace the stages of Wright Auditorium at ECU.
(Why? This performing arts series draws big names such as past headliners Bobby McFerrin and Bill Cosby. Always an enjoyable evening with SRAPAS)
107 Erwin Building, Greenville, NC 27858
(252) 328-5386

http://www.ecu.edu/cs-cfac/SRAPAS/index.cfm

The Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival-
The Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival brings internationally-renowned musicians to eastern North Carolina and beyond for concerts, master classes and interactive community outreach. In residence at the East Carolina University School of Music, the festival is celebrating its 14th season. Highlights of past seasons include more than 126 public concerts, 280 master classes, two performances at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall and a six-concert tour of Israel.
(Why? Student Discount tickets to see great intimate classical music in the chamber setting performed by critically acclaimed musicians.)
102 A. J. Fletcher Music Center, Greenville, NC 27858
(252) 328-6019

http://www.ecu.edu/cs-cfac/music/fourseasons/

Greenville Choral Society-
The Greenville Choral Society, which started as the Greenville Community Chorus in 1969, is the largest community-based performing arts organization in eastern North Carolina and has as its main goal providing fine choral music for residents of Pitt County and beyond. In all, approximately 125 singers perform in the ensembles within the society.
(Why? Great choral works you won’t hear anywhere else in the area. Like to sing? Audition and join the concert choir!)
(252) 353-5495

http://www.greenvillechoralsociety.com/

ECU Theatre-
Quality productions put on by our own Theater department
(Why? Always fun performances of usually classic plays and musicals, especially during Summer Theater.)
1001 E. 5th St., Greenville, NC 27858-4353
(252) 328-6390

http://www.ecu.edu/theatredance/

Carmike 12-
12 Theater Cineplex
(Why? Catch new movies cheaper with student discounts.)
1685 E Firetower Rd Greenville, NC 27858
(252) 353-4991

Regal Greenville Grande-
14 Screen Cineplex
(Why? The newer movie theater has great sound and also offers student discount rates)
750 SW Greenville Blvd
Greenville, NC 27834
(252) 215-0195

Films at Hendrix Theater-
Free movie screenings of recent big screen releases for students on campus at Mendenhall.
(Why? It’s free movies!)
112 Spilman Greenville, NC 27858
(Box office and theater located in Mendenhall Student Center)
(252) 328-6541

http://www.ecu.edu/cs-studentaffairs/sab/films.cfm

A Time for Science-
A Time for Science is a nature and science learning center dedicated to encouraging environmental awareness and appreciation and to advancing science literacy and competency by encouraging and supporting active participation, at all levels, in science, technology, engineering and math activities and programs.
(Why? Interesting science demos and environmental programs as well as guest speakers and events. BEWARE- much of the content is geared for children so scope out the website before you visit.)
(252) 746-4470

http://www.atimeforscience.org/

Sunday in the Park-
Free family fun and entertainment. This summer concert series is held at the Town Common, Greenville Toyota Amphitheatre. All shows are at 7:00pm.
(Why? Local community gathers together for an evening of entertainment by the riverside)
Town Common Greenville, NC 27858
(252) 329-4567

http://www.greenvillenc.gov/departments/rec_parks_dept/information/default.aspx?id=6332

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