We know events are in short supply because of the pandemic.  We hope things return to normal soon, and when they do, we’re looking forward to keeping you informed about all the great happenings offered in eastern North Carolina.  In the meantime, remember – if your church, nonprofit, or civic group has an event going on that you’d like included on our Community Calendar or in our on-air Community Bulletin Board announcements, click here to fill out the form!

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National Commander’s Red Kettle Challenge

Franklin County Arts Council’s Gallery on the Hill Grand Re-Opening


Nashville’s Children’s Christmas Celebration

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Community Needs and Ongoing Programs
  • A Touch of the Father’s Love Food Pantry is seeking volunteers to prepare food boxes, help with food distribution, office duties, fundraising, organization, and website and Facebook management. For more info call 252-377-2209.
  • My Sister’s House supports victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking through advocacy, shelter, community outreach, and education. You can help them in their mission by making either a financial or in-kind donation. They need things such as toiletries, cleaning supplies, non-perishable food, and more. For a complete wish list visit mshnc.org/wish-list.
  • Veterans Residential Services of Wilson (VRSW) strives to provide quality support and services to low-income, homeless, and at-risk veterans and their families. You can help them in their mission by making either a financial or in-kind donation. VRSW is always in need of employment and job training opportunities for veterans, volunteers, transportation, emergency supplies, and more. For more info email Claudia at cjbaker@vrsw.org
  • The United Way of Wilson needs volunteers. Their needs and those of their partner organizations are constantly changing. If you are interested in volunteering for United Way, please email communication@unitedwayofwilson.org.
  • Peacemakers of Rocky Mount is seeking tutors in all subjects to help students during their day and after school programs, weekdays from 3:30 to 5:30 pm. They are also seeking volunteers to work with their head landscaper on various landscaping projects. Learn more at rockymountpeacemakers.org.
  • Nashville Baptist Church has opened its doors to middle and high school students who lack access to a reliable internet service to complete their schooling. The church is open Monday through Thursday from 8 until 2:30 p.m. There are two volunteers on site at all times.
  • The Nash County 4-H Program is looking for businesses or organizations that will partner with them in their Hungry to Help Campaign. There is a huge need to help provide food in area communities. If you can host a collection drive in your office or place of business, or challenge your employees to collect food as a community outreach project, call 459-9810 or email sandy_hall@ncsu.edu. Collections will take place in February and March.
  • The Imperial Centre for the Arts and Sciences is offering free online arts programs including Mommy+Me Arts, on Wednesdays from 10 am to 10:45 a.m. The class is free and open to mothers and children of all ages. Enjoy listening to a curated collection of books and hands-on ideas for creating art together using house materials.
  • The North Carolina Symphony continues to post new Music Education videos each week, to support North Carolina’s students who are learning at home. Teachers and parents–take your kids on a virtual “field trip” to the North Carolina Symphony! To help students to keep music education in their lives at home, the Symphony has released a virtual broadcast of their Education Concert and companion Student Book. Go on a virtual journey to learn “What Makes Music, Music,” as the Symphony performs music by William Grant Still, Beethoven, Brahms, and more! Access the video and Student Book with password 1932 at NCSymphony.org/virtual
  • The Franklin County Farmer’s Market located in the Shannon Village Shopping Center in Louisburg will be open Fridays from 9 am to 1 pm. Find “Franklin County Farmers Market” on Facebook.

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