The Little Toe & Frankie show is live every Wednesday night at 8 pm on WAME 92.9FM 550AM broadcasting from beautiful downtown Statesville, North Carolina! Come out and join us as our fans gather on the sidewalk to watch and listen to our special guests!
The Evening Farmers Market of Statesville was started by a group of local farmers who wanted an afternoon market to sell only their locally grown produce, baked good or crafts.
There were four vendors at the first market. The fourth says he sold everything before he was able to unload it from his car and set up. So began the Evening Farmers Market fourteen seasons ago.
Farmers markets were the first “grocery stores”, are still the main source of produce in many foreign countries, and are gaining in numbers and popularity in the USA as people learn that locally grown vegetables are higher in nutrients because they are sold hours after picking, precious fuel is saved in transportation, reduced packaging therefore saving trash from the landfill and locally grown means dollars spent go directly to the grower. Getting to know the farmer you can learn how the produce is grown and recipes for cooking them. Shopping locally benefits all and is truly a beneficial shopping experience.
Guest Bartenders Chad Burgin, Jesse Clanton, Anna Gordon, and Brian Long will be serving up cold beverages at D’Laney’s Sports Bar & Grill in downtown Statesville!
Join us and our special guest, winner of the Governor’s Medallion Award for Volunteer Service, Cindy Adkins for a fun evening with friends! Proceeds benefit Rainbow Kidz!
Match wits with your friends every week with Thursday Trivia at Unwined!
Join us for cold drinks, great food, and live music from Adam Perry and the Peculiars!
The Rotary Farmer’s Market will open on May 6th, behind the Historic Vance Hotel, on the corner of West Front Street and Meeting Street. This market is open Wednesday and Saturday, 7am – 12 noon. The market will not open on Monday afternoons, as it has in past years.
The Rotary Farmer’s Market was established by the Statesville Rotary Club in 1975 to provide local farmers an outlet to sell locally grown products and to provide Statesville citizens an opportunity to purchase fresh, locally grown produce and other products. Throughout the season, you can find a variety of fresh produce, flowers, honey and wax products, and local favorites—fresh peaches and apples.
Join Iredell Museums for “Mummy & Me” every Saturday! Activities run between 11am- 3pm. Appropriate for kids 5 to 105! Programs are included in the cost of admission, thanks to a generous grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation. Visit our website for an activity schedule!
A fun-filled evening for all ages, gathered at The Historic Sharpe House and it’s Gardens. Food provided by culinary students of our local high schools, entertainment provided by area talent, and atmosphere of The Gilded Age by the staff and volunteers of The Sharpe House.
Period costumes are not required but are requested. Limited ensembles are available for rental through Sarah Jane’s Sewing Circle; contact Betty Vanstory Dobson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for a great evening of friends, drinks and live music from LeeD Not Follow!
It’s Monday… AGAIN! Come sing the Monday Blues, or anything else you want to sing, with Drew Moseley tonight for KARAOKE NIGHT!!! Fun starts at 7pm, so get here and party like it’s FRIDAY NIGHT! See y’all this evening!!!