Local T-Shirts & Souvenirs

At The Arts Place we have locally themed souvenirs and trinkets to purchase as a memento and memory of your visit to Stokes County. Stop in to find key chains, postcards, T-Shirts, Baseball Caps, and other locally crafted items.

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Tables

The tables Tiffany and Count Theodore by Fable
Porch are now exclusively available at The Arts Place of Stokes. At The Arts Place of Stokes you can see other locally hand made furniture from Fable Porch by Mark Legend of Danbury.

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Pottery

NEW ARRIVALS: Tony Farrar Pottery a Casserole Dish and some matching Rice Bowls. Available today at the Arts Place. Stop in and find a unique gift item or memento of the area.

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Soup In A Bowl

The 5th annual Stokes Soup in a Bowl is set for Saturday, November 23, 2019 at Hanging Rock State Park. Continuing a simple concept of service, according to Stokes Arts Director Eddy McGee, “We want attendees to fill up on soup, take home a handcrafted bowl, and help support the food ministries of East Stokes

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Wood to Art

              Come and see the creations of local and surrounding county craftsmen in this 10 day pop up event beginning Friday, November 1, 2019 at The Arts Place of Stokes. From hand crafted writing pens, earrings, dining tables, hutches and everything in between, the Wood to Art Showcase includes

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Tony Brown Celebration

This October, North Carolina is rolling out the red carpet for one of its own: legendary country music producer, Tony Brown. The Stokes County Arts Council, in tandem with the North Carolina Arts Councils 2019 state-wide campaign: Come Hear NC, are celebrating Brown’s accomplishments with a 4-day Homecoming Celebration from October 17 to October 20.

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October Stew, Ales, and Tales

Saturday, October 26, 2019 join us for October Stew, Ales, and Tales at The Arts Place at 3pm. This FREE event features four original ghost stories by story teller Terri Ingalls. We will start serving John Brown’s chicken stew for $3 a bowl beginning at 2pm, with stories beginning at 3. Terri Ingalls has told

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