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Twilight Zone at the Turnage

    Join us for this popular AOP fundraiser, Twilight Zone, on October 29 from 7:30 - 11:30 PM. Cold drinks, beer and wine will be for sale. Tickets are $30 and include a costume contest with cash prizes, a free beverage coupon, ghoulish treats & more! Doors open at 7:30 PM!

School of the Arts forKids!

    AOP's School of the Arts for Kids! program is offering arts enrichment and instruction daily on weekday afternoon program now from 3 - 5:45 PM through June 2017. This program serves children grades K-8 in Beaufort and surrounding counties. School bus drop off is available throughout the school year in Beaufort County.

    Pre-payment is required. Online payment options are available at the bottom the website page at

    Interested in supporting a child in participating? Donations at all levels are welcomed. Visit to learn more or call us at (252)946-2504.

Hocus Pocus & Jaws Rescheduled Due to Storm

    Two big movies scheduled for October 8 - Hocus Pocus and Jaws - are being rescheduled. Hocus Pocus will be shown on Saturday, October 15 at 4 PM and Jaws! On Friday, October 21 at 7:30 PM.

Fine Arts Preview Party on October 19 to Feature Elegant Display

    AOP will open its 52nd Fine Arts Show with a preview party complete with an elegant display of fine art and an appetizer assortment on October 19 at

    7:00 PM for members, artists and invited guests. Not a member yet? Go to for a membership form and join today! Online membership payment options are in process!

Improv Comedy Returns on October 22nd at 8 PM

    Join us in the Gallery for an evening of hilarious improv comedy with I.C. Comedy on October 22. September was a full house, so don't wait to get your tickets, limited seating. All shows start at 8 PM unless noted otherwise. Tickets available online or call with credit card information or stop by AOP. Beer, wine, cold drinks and popcorn for sale.

State of Mine: Governor Jim Hunt Story to Air on Oct 21 at 4 PM

    Join us at 4 PM on October 21 for a WRAL-TV documentary about North Carolina's longest serving Governor. $5 ticket. Beer, wine, cold drinks and popcorn for sale.

Lafayette Escadrille WWI 1958 Movie Comes Back to the Turnage

    Join us on Veteran's Day, November 11, 2016, in Washington for a free showing of the Lafayette Escadrille at 1 PM to celebrate the world premiere of the film by the same name, which was shown at the Turnage Theatre in 1958.

Art Relief -- Mommy's Morning Out Drop off on Dec 24, 11 AM

    AOP will kick off its first Mommy's Morning Out on December 24 from 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM, just in time for the holidays. Parents may drop off or stay with their child for this music & movement enrichment time. The cost is $10 for one child and is available for children ages 3.5 to age 8. Limited number of slots (maximum of 12). Pre-payment is required. Go to to learn more and reserve a spot by paying in advance using PayPal or a major credit card.

Dinner Theatre Sells Out!

    AOP's Stay As Dead As You Are first Dinner Theater provided by GRUB Brothers sold out! Don't miss your opportunity to buy tickets for the December show and/or dinner & theatre option on December 17. Limited seating so get your tickets soon at our box office or buy online at, go to Programs tab then select Community Theatre.

Rock the Pamlico to continue on 1st & 3rd Tuesdays starting in Nov

    Free open classic rock jam kicked off on October 4 from 6:30 - 9 PM at AOP in the Gallery with many musicians and a happy audience. The open jams and concerts will continue on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays in November and December from 6:30 - 9 PM. All levels welcome. Bring your gear and amps! Donations appreciated. Popcorn, beer, wine and cold beverages for sale.

Young Patrons of the Arts Wine & Sign Kicks off Event Planning

    The AOP Young Patrons of the Arts gathered for a wine and appetizers to support membership and to kick off plans for upcoming events. Watch for details on upcoming events and ways you can be join in!

Mark Your Calendar

    Check out the calendar for what' happening and coming to AOP! Click here to access the calendar.

  • Trains!! Model train exhibit coming to AOP in December
  • Polar Express Movie & Event - December 10 at 10 AM & 2 PM - Limited seating, tickets on sale soon
  • Acoustic Duo - December 10 at 7:30 PM - Joan & Joni
  • Studio 54 Gala Fundraiser - January 24 at 7:30 PM hosted by the AOP Young Patrons of the Arts
  • Watch for info on 2017 programming soon!

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