Stokes County Arts Council 336-593-8159
The Stokes County Arts Council is a strong supporter of many local artists and promotes a variety of educational programs. Beginning in 1975, the Stokes County Arts Council continues to expand and to successfully present high quality arts and arts education programming for Stokes County citizens and visitors. The programs create shared and lasting experiences that connect the participants to their heritage. Please stop by and visit them.
Foothills Hayride at Jomeokee Campground
A two day Bluegrass and Traditional music event held in the shadows of Pilot Mountain in Stokes County, brings top name performers from across the country as well as local talent to the stage. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the music as well as local art/crafts and delicious food provided by a variety of vendors.
Germanton Winery & Art Gallery 336-969-6121
Original art and wine offered in a gallery atmosphere. Shop internationally known artists in store or via special order.
Pickin at Priddy's General Store - Feb, May, Oct 336-593-8786
Do you long for a simpler time when friends would get together and share good times with music, songs and laughter? This is exactly what you will find at Priddy's General Store. Bring your lawn chair for the outside events in October and May or sit by the wood stove inside during February. Either way, for a couple of hours you can let your troubles float away while the banjos and fiddles play.
Stokes Stomp Festival on the Dan - September
Presented by the Stokes County Arts Council, the Stokes Stomp Festival on the Dan offers numerous food vendors, arts and crafts vendors, music and much, much more. Admission and parking are free.
The Artwork of Frank Duncan
Located in a remodeled tobacco pack house in Stokes County, you will find the finely detailed artwork of Frank Duncan. There are several limited edition prints for sale as well as original works of art that will draw your interest and leave you wanting more.
Tim Bruce Art Gallery 336-985-6104
Tim Bruce is a native North Carolinian whose artwork is well known to discerning collectors, both private and corporate, across the United States and beyond. Tim Bruce might be described as a pictorial poet or storyteller, even though he would likely rail at such lofty language. Self-deprecating and possessing a wry humor and insight regarding life, his work is imbued with an atmosphere of days gone by and irretrievably lost, which we all at times find ourselves yearning to recapture.