Thu Jun 30, 2022

Tour will turn Whiteville-area gardens into art studios Saturday

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At the historic Reuben Brown House at 128 E. Columbus St., visitors will see a display of quilts by Whiteville Garden Club member Kathy Poole and landscape photography by Fred Meekins. Whiteville native Vinson Bowers will sell and sign copies of his newest book, “Midnight Terror,” a fictional account of a real but mysterious plane crash in 1960 in the Bolivia community. Proceeds from book sales will benefit restoration of the Reuben Brown House.

A June 4 tour of nine Whiteville-area gardens sponsored by Whiteville Garden Club will offer “something for everybody,” said club member Brenda Jolly. Not only will guests see “a lot of creativity, ingenuity and imagination” in garden styles, but local musicians will be performing some part of the day at all

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