Palustris Festival 2011
Here are several videos from various events at Palustris Festival 2011.
The Palustris Festival Finale officially culminated with the "No Show" of Doug Berky. Watch as Berky performs mime, circus acts, as well as other theatre forms in this hilarious experience for the whole family.
A Drum Ensemble by West Pine Middle School students, directed by Marci Houseman, which took beat at the Village Arboretum in Pinehurst.
David Michael Wolff leads the Carolina Philharmonic during the Palustris Festival. The Carolina Philharmonic united with many of Moore County’s most promising young musicians in a concert highlighted by the finale of Beethoven’s greatest masterwork, "Ode to Joy" from Symphony No. 9.
The Penick Village hosted a musical event with performances by Baxter Clement's music students.
An ensemble of music throughout the history of time performed by students and faculty from the music program at Sandhills Community College.
The Palustris Festival unofficially kicked off on Thursday, March 24, with the Tin Men in concert hosted by The Rooster's Wife at the Poplar Knight Spot.
Keep an eye out for the illustrious likeness of Mark Twain throughout the second annual Palustris Festival March 24 through 27. Events include: Revelations from Mark Twain's Autobiography, a free lecture led by Larry Allen in the Dempsey Center at Sandhills Community College March 25, and a Mark Twain Look-Alike Contest March 26 at The Country Bookshop in downtown Southern Pines. The contest will follow a group reading of Twain's novel, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," led by various members of Moore County's literary community