There are more than enough reasons to have fun in Granville in the month of May:
Cedar Creek Gallery located on 1150 Fleming Rd, Creedmoor NC will be hosting Lucy Dierks: Avian Tablescapes beginning May 1st through May 31st. Her pieces express her delight with aims to have them reflect a harmony of form, surface, and purpose. She strives to make small intimate pieces whose design and texture invite you to hold them. She particularly loves birds and find the exquisite detail of their claws and the patterning of their feathers very satisfying and perches them on her containers to encourage contemplation and conversation. For more information, log onto www.cedarcreekgallery.com.
Vino Oasi located on 3200 Bliss Trail in Stem will host their monthly Wine Wednesday on May 3rd, 17th & 31st from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Stop by after work and bring new neighbors, friends and family to Vino Oasi to tour the space, while enjoying some nibbles. Beer and wine
For more information, log onto www.vinooasi.com for other events or if you want to create an event at this beautiful venue.
Cedar Creek Gallery will be hosting the National Teapot Show X this summer. The show, which has taken place since 1989, is one of the most prestigious craft shows in the nation and is recognized for its gathering of high quality craftsmanship. This year’s show will run from May 19th – September 5th, 2017. The show Opens to the Public: Friday, May 19th at 6pm. For information on event and the gallery, log onto www.cedarcreekgallery.com.
Three Bears Acres is a recreational farm offering kids activities in Southern Granville. This 50 acre facility offers a place where children can run loose & use their imagination. They pride ourselves on our parent-friendly atmosphere and educational experiences. The Sprayground opens on May 27th. For more information, log onto http://www.threebearsacres.com/
On Memorial Day, May 29th, a ceremony is held at Gazebo Park in the Town of Butner at 10:00 am. The ceremony celebrates veterans in our community. We honor and remember those who lost their lives during their service and those who passed after coming home. Entertainment is provided by a school band and a key note speaker is selected from the community. For more information, contact town hall at (919)575-3032 or log onto http://www.visitgranvillenc.com/memorialday.