The Cultural and Education Committee provides programs for entertainment and education featuring artists and artistic expression through monthly programs and online resources. The Committee also provides a regional calendar under normal conditions. With COVID-19 restrictions, all programming is offered electronically.
Access our previous programs by clicking on one of the thumbnail pictures below. 
April 2022:
The Cypress Landing Culture & Education Committee presents author "Keeper" James Charlet. A gifted storyteller, he entertains the Cypress Landing audience with stories of America's Forgotten Heroes--The US Lifesaving Service (predecessor of the US Coast Guard). Presented April 10, 2022 at the Cypress Landing Bay Club. Approx 1 hr running time. Video by Kelly Burke and crew.

February 2022:
Randy Phillips, owner of the popular Cave Ridge Vineyard, in the foothills overlooking the Shenandoah Valley, explains how he grows and develops his popular wines on the East Coast. Video by Kelly Burke and crew.

December 2021:
ECU Gospel Choir in a Christmas concert at Cypress Landing. Video by Kelly Burke and crew.

November 2021:
Explore the Coastal Studies Institute. Located on Roanoke Island and led by East Carolina University, CSI is a multi-institutional research and educational partnership of the UNC System including NCSU, UNC, UNCW, & ECSU.

August 2021:
A kickoff concert for the 2021-22 C&E presentation season by John "Singer" Benson. 

Resources for Events and Edification
There are a myriad of online events (free and ticketed) that you can enjoy live or recorded within every category under the sun. Column one lists links to the current top websites where you can search out your favorites. Column two lists links to local spots of interest.
Eventbrite                                       Self Guided Tours of Washington, NC
10Times                                           NC Tripping
Facebook Events                       Visit NC
MeetUp                                             Festivalnet.com