by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten Directed by Jonathan Ewart
The Savannah Sipping Society is a hilarious comedy where four unique Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their d ay- to- day routines, are draw n tog ether by fate— and an impromptu happy hour— and decide it ’ s high time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they’ v e lost through the years. These women successfully bond and find the confidence to jumpstart their new lives. They discover lasting friendships, a renewed determination to live in the moment, and most importantly, realize it’s never too late to make new old friends.
Piedmont Players Theatre’s cast includes: Corinne Mauldin as Randa; Melissa Bowden as MarlaFaye; Winnie Mikkelson as Jinx, and Robin Rogers as Dot.
Producing Partner: Eric Slipp
Friday, April 22 at 7:30 PM
Saturday, April 23 at 7:30 PM
Sunday, April 24 at 2:30 PM
Friday, April 29 at 7:30 PM
Saturday, April 30 at 7:30 PM
Sunday, May 01 at 2:30 PM
Doors open 30 minutes prior to each performance.
Venue: The Meroney Theater 213 S Main Street Salisbury, NC 28144
Tickets: $23 for adults; $21 for seniors/students/military.
The 9th annual wine tasting crawl event in Historic Downtown Salisbury, NC is BACK and will take place on Friday, June 3 from 5PM-9PM.
Tour the wines of Rowan County, North Carolina and beyond right here in Downtown Salisbury during our 8th annual wine tasting crawl!
Ticket includes a tasting pass with access to 20 wine samples from locations of your choice, signature Wine About Winter tasting glass, and special Wine About Winter wine carrying bag.- 21+ Show ID –
Enjoy this event as a night out with friends or make it a date night! Participating shops and restaurants in Downtown Salisbury will each be assigned a specific wine. Ticket holders will travel from place to place to sample wines. No wine may be consumed outside of the location it is served. Free trolley shuttle services will be provided for quick travel to all locations.
Tickets are $24.50 per person in advance and $32 on event day, if not sold out. *additional processing fees and tax not included. Wine About Winter tickets include:
AGE RESTRICTION: All ticket holders must be 21 years old or above. State issued photo I.D. showing date of birth required for each ticket holder in order to pick up your tickets (regardless of age). Each individual ticket holder must be present when checking in or purchasing tickets .
Ticket holders will check in at the Paul E. Fisher Gateway Building (Visitors Center) located at 204 E. Innes St. Doors will open at 4pm.
OVERNIGHTSTAY HOTEL PACKAGES – more detailed information COMING SOON.
By Natalie Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org
SALISBURY — Downtown bar and restaurant owners still reeling from the economic effects of the pandemic say they see the potential for a downtown social district to lift all ships on a rising tide.
A social district would allow consumers to purchase alcohol from state-licensed businesses and restaurants and walk around the designated district with specially marked cups. The ability for municipalities to implement such a district comes from legislation passed in the General Assembly during last year’s legislative session, House Bill 890.
Downtown Salisbury Inc., which is working to establish the district, met with downtown bar and restaurant owners Tuesday to discuss the proposal they plan to bring forward to City Council next month. DSI Board of Directors member Samantha Haspel told the Post DSI has already discussed this idea with downtown merchants. So, Tuesday’s discussion primarily included logistical questions about implementation.
Salisbury residents encouraged to vote now to advance Downtown Salisbury
Downtown Salisbury is in the running to capture a $25,000 cash prize in the “Independent We Stand,” Main Street small-business program. Salisbury residents, business owners and visitors are encouraged to vote for Downtown Salisbury in the quarterfinals at https://www.mainstreetcontest.com/nominees before Sunday, Nov. 7.
Sada Stewart Troutman will assume the role of Downtown Salisbury, Inc. (DSI)/Downtown Development Director, following a comprehensive candidate search. Her first day in the new role is Monday, Nov. 29.
As director, Stewart Troutman will lead the three-person Downtown Development team, who manages initiatives to improve, preserve, and enhance the overall appearance and economic vitality of Downtown Salisbury. The team operates as a City of Salisbury department with a direct relationship with DSI and its board of directors as part of the semi-public/private partnership with the Main Street program.
Downtown Salisbury, Inc. (DSI) and the Empire Redevelopment Task Force (ERTF) have unanimously voted to move forward with a boutique hotel concept with residential and commercial mixed-use for the redevelopment of the former Empire Hotel, awarding the development bid to Charlotte-based developer, Brett Krueger, and his affiliate, Howard Kosofsky.
The Empire Redevelopment Task Force launched its Request for Proposal (RFP) in September 2020. Over the past year, the Task Force has engaged in an extensive and thorough evaluation process in its efforts to select a developer and project design that is the most economically-viable option for Downtown Salisbury. The Task Force released its evaluation timeline for public review. See Enclosure.
Krueger has over 25 years of experience in construction, residential, and commercial development. He served as VP of Operations for MRK Investments where he conceptualized and led the development of nationally recognized boutique hotels to include The Ivey’s Hotel in uptown Charlotte and The Windsor Hotel in Asheville.
Krueger intends for the luxury boutique hotel to be decorated with historic items original to Salisbury, to include a blend of boutique and antique design where the past meets modern convenience. He plans to solicit the public for assistance with the acquisition of “all things Salisbury from past, current, to future.”
Downtown Salisbury, Inc. (DSI) has released a request for proposals (RFP) to qualified developers to purchase and redevelop the historic Empire Hotel located in downtown Salisbury. The newly-established Empire Hotel Redevelopment Task Force will be responsible for reviewing the proposals received electronically by the deadline of 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 2.