Events - Nov 27 2018
Some events are subject to change and availability. Please call ahead to confirm details and interest 252.473.3234.
complex noun [com·plex | ‘käm-pleks]
1: consisting of many different and connected parts.
Complex is the best way to describe the aesthetic of this two-day pop up art show. The Elizabethan Gardens (Manteo, NC) brings together over 20 North Carolina artists of distinctive styles, medium, and content; giving the show a unique and overall unified presentation.
Art prices will start as low as $50. Held at the home of Ron and Hunter Spruill-Causey 217 Allister Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609
Taste what the art community of North Carolina has to offer: paintings: watercolor, acrylic, oils; and mixed media too. Established artists and new emerging artists will be presented together, giving the public a chance to see some favorites and to discover new works too!
This is one show you will not want to miss!!
WinterLights is presented by Southern Bank and sponsored in part by The Outer Banks Visitors Bureau.
Adults $11, Youth (ages 6-17) $9, Child (5 and under) $6. Last tickets sold at 8:15 pm.
NOTE: This event is weather-dependent. Call ahead 252-473-3234 or check website home page for notifications if rain or damp conditions prevent us from providing the best experience of WinterLights for our guests.
Stroll along enchanted garden paths and discover the joy of the season with holiday lights, sights and sounds transforming The Elizabethan Gardens into an illuminated winter wonderland. The radiant glow of the gardens, traditional holiday décor and fantastical displays are a true spectacle to behold. Festive trees grace the Gatehouse and Reception Hall and a crackling open-air fire warms the Great Lawn. Seasonal gift shop and plant sales coincide. Adults $11, Youth (ages 6-17) $9, Child (5 and under) $6.
Extended passes available. Extended passes available. Tuesdays to Saturdays in December, Friday and Saturdays in January, November 25 thru January 20 (Closed on Dec 24,25, 31 and Jan 1); For info or details, call 252-473-3234 or visit www.elizabethangardens.org.