Music in the Streets is this Friday, July 18th | Beaufort County Now | Once again Tayloe's Hospital Pharmacy and Washington Harbor District Alliance are teaming up to bring you Music In The Streets!

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Press Release:

    Once again Tayloe's Hospital Pharmacy and Washington Harbor District Alliance are teaming up to bring you Music In The Streets! Come down while we turn Main Street, between Gladden and Market, into a giant jukebox! We have an eclectic mix of music for your listening enjoyment!

    Listen to the sounds of the 60's and 70's with NEVER 2 LATE, performing by Coldwell Banker Coastal Rivers Realty. Further up the street, in front of the Bank Bistro & Bar, you can listen to the jazz sounds of RIVERBOAT JAZZ BAND. Singer-songwriter MARYE AMANDA will be performing pop, country and contemporary Christian music on the corner of Respess and Main. Rock on with the sounds of DRIVE, as they take you on a stroll down memory lane with classics from the 60's, 70's and 80's in front of Grub Brothers. Or groove to the sounds of country, gospel and rock and roll with the FRIENDS OF ST. JAMES, who will be in front of Big Bargain Furniture.

    Local merchants will be open for your shopping pleasure and of course the best food in town at any of our eateries or Zaxby's of Washington will be serving sandwiches to go on the street. Try a tattoo at The Mad Tatter's Temporary Tattoos, or get involved in 'Kettles on Parade' with the Salvation Army. Angels N Camo will be here too! And for the kiddies, Cowboy Bob! Or you can simply wander Main Street and enjoy the street fair atmosphere! The Pepsi Cart will again be offering cool drinks, with the help of the Humane Society of Beaufort County. Love Digital Imaging will be there to capture you and your friends with amazing digital photography.

    Washington Harbor District Alliance puts on the event, but there's no way we could pull it off without the support of local businesses like First South Bank, Potash Corp, Lee Chevrolet Buick, Coldwell Banker Coastal Rivers Realty, the Washington Daily News, On The Waterfront restaurant Pepsi Minges and Zaxby's of Washington, who are the corporate sponsors of all the events WHDA offers during the year.

    Remember that Market Street is now open for vehicular traffic during Music In The Streets. This means you can park either on Stewart Parkway or 2nd Street, where it's easy to get to the dining destination of your choice.

    Come out and enjoy Friday night the way only we can do it! Small town life at its finest is Music In The Streets! Friday, July 18, 2014 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm.

  • Director Beth Byrd
  • 252-947-1487
  •     Washington Harbor District Alliance

Go Back


Latest Discovering Beaufort County

Invite those who hold the South dear, to honor those who gave their all to protect those that they loved from the tyranny of invasion and occupation, to participate in a memorial service at the Confederate Monument in Oakdale Cemetery
On Tuesday, April 26, 2022, at 3:00 p.m., N.C. House of Representatives Speaker Tim Moore, Representative Keith Kidwell, local elected officials and industry leaders will break ground
Please join us for our Parks and Paws Event on Saturday, April 30th from 10-4.
The Rivers East Workforce Development Board has been awarded a National Dislocated Worker Grant (NDWTG) in the amount of $275,000 to assist the employees of the QVC Rocky Mount Distribution Center that reside in the Rivers East region.
It began as a light rain Thursday night, January 20th, with temperatures a balmy 46 degrees, and by morning a thin layer of ice clung to the firm, bright reddish green Nandina leaves prevalent upon my personal grounds here in Mac'swood.
The renovated and recently revived Turnage Theater has fallen on some pretty hard times as of late, and is being forced to shutter its doors.
I love watching, and taking pictures of small beautiful things just as much as I love making images of wide sweeping vistas. It is all part of God's natural plan, and I am fortunate to have the opportunity to record it for all posterity.
After four full days of frozen Mac'swood cabin fever, I struggled out to take an iced numbing look a my old muse.
When the ice took over, it was unrelenting, and with the full sun of cloudless days, the snow saw little melt


It was hailed as the Bomb Cyclone, a storm consisting of warmer moist air from the Gulf of Mexico that picked up a spinning motion after its center crossed the northern Florida coast, now over the Gulf Stream, and without delay barrelled north up the Atlantic Seaboard.
Sunsets are a natural phenomenon, and always a process where one can estimate that the evening will produce a magnificent sunset, but, one can never be altogether sure until it either happens, or the light of the day unceremoniously just turns dark.
Uptown Greenville is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 Uptown Storefront Decorating Contest.
Uptown Greenville is twinkling with holiday spirit as the annual holiday storefront decorating contest illuminates the streets of the center city.
Restaurateur’s Jacob and Tandi Wilson, well known for their multiple Uptown businesses, teamed up with longtime Christy’s Euro Pub Sous Chef Kevin Kayes to open Side Bar, a Tex-Mex fusion restaurant located at 707 Dickinson Avenue.
Kick off the Holiday Season with holly jolly celebrations at the return of Greenville Gives to Five Points Plaza on Friday, December 3rd.
Every Small Purchase Makes A Big Difference. Stop by the locally-owned, independent businesses in Uptown Greenville on Saturday, November 27th for the annual “Small Business Saturday” event.
Our next Conservative Republican Club meeting is Thursday August 19 at 6:00 PM at King Chicken Restaurant in Washington.


Our next club meeting will be Thursday July 15 at 6:00 PM at King Chicken Restaurant.
North Carolina Coastal Pines is pleased to announce that Laney Brinn of Pinetown, NC, is the Beaufort top seller for the 2021 Girl Scout Cookie Program.
We cherish too, the Poppy red that grows on fields where valor led, it seems to signal to the skies that blood of heroes never dies.
Girl Scout entrepreneurs are selling cookies like the new Toast-Yay!™, in safe, creative, and socially distant ways.
Hazardous Waste Collection - Don't throw it in the trash
Here is a schedule of upcoming events for Goose Creek State Park
Join our newest ranger, Nick Botello-Hernandez, as he has his first program at the park.


Back to Top