Performances will take place at 8 p.m. on July 18 and 23-25.
Tickets cost $ 25 at theatrealliance.ws/box_office.
Folk singer / songwriter / guitarist / harmonicaist Mike J. Baron, 73 from Winston-Salem, will perform a free outdoor concert at 7:30 p.m. on July 23 at Artivity on the Green, 630 N. Liberty St. in Winston-Salem.
Baron has been battling incurable bone marrow cancer for 17 years. But in 2019, Baron entered a clinical trial in Charlotte to train her T cells to search for and destroy her cancer cells. At the moment, Baron is in remission. The program will run for 90 minutes and will feature some of the best folk and pop songs ever written.
His audience will hear tunes from Bob Dylan, Tom Paxton, Tom Petty, The Byrds, Peter, Paul and Mary, Neil Young, Donovan, The Eagles, Arlo Guthrie, America and at least six songs Baron has composed.
The rain date for the concert will be at 7:30 p.m. on July 25.
The Stokes County Arts Council will host a new exhibition in July of Hal Tenny’s pottery and fractal art from Hal Yeah Pottery in the Apple Gallery at 500 Main Street in Danbury.
Tenny, who is retired, spends most of her time creating art and reading. He is passionate about science fiction and has written and published two novels, two short stories and several single short stories. He also enjoys woodworking and has a full carpentry workshop that shares space with his pottery workshop. Tenny’s work is primarily based on science fiction and fantasy and was used as the inspiration for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”