Pinehurst Activities & Recreation Archive

Join us for Girl’s Spa Weekend next month

Save time to do a little shopping. The Village's historic buildings are now home to a variety of shops and boutiques that sell everything from olive oil to handmade gifts.

You’re invited to relax and reconnect with a Girl’s Spa Weekend March 11-13.

The weekend kicks off Friday, March 11 with a welcome reception at The Spa at Pinehurst. Take a tour of the 31,000 square-foot Spa, which includes a women’s relaxation area equipped with a whirlpool, sauna and steam room. A saline lap pool is the centerpiece of the main relaxation area.

Enjoy complimentary hand massages, chair massages and eye treatments during the reception. Wine and small bites will be served and guests will receive a goodie bag including luxurious BABOR skincare products.

Start Saturday on the right foot with breakfast in the beautiful Carolina Dining Room. Our famous breakfast buffet has everything from biscuits and gravy to yogurt and granola. Save room for a made-to-order omelet!

Explore a variety of unique shops and restaurants in the heart of the Village.

Explore a variety of unique shops and restaurants in the heart of the Village.

After breakfast, go on a historic walking tour or enjoy a yoga class.

A local expert will lead the walking tour that will begin at the Carolina Hotel and wind its way through the Village to points of interest such as the Holly Inn Tufts Archives and the Theater Building, which once hosted performances by stars like Will Rogers and Gloria Swanson.

Local instructor Christy Weaver will lead the yoga class, which uses slow flowing movements and stretching to improve balance, strength and flexibility. The class is suitable for all skill levels and beginners are welcome. Mats will be provided.

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Pamper yourself with one of our specialty massages.

Devote to rest of the afternoon to unwinding at The Spa. Each guest will receive a 50-minute treatment of their choice with options like the new Swe-Thai Massage and Detox Facial. Book additional services of 50 minutes or longer at 35 percent off.

After a day of pampering, you’ll be treated to a cooking class where they’ll learn how to turn a fresh Farmer’s Market haul into a tasty meal.

A Pinehurst chef will demonstrate how to make Olive Oil Poached Smoked Salmon with Citrus Quinoa and Curry Greek Yogurt. You’ll also learn how to make an Heirloom Tomato and Beet Sampler with Baby Wild Arugula topped with a Blackberry-Sorghum Vinaigrette and served with a Goat Cheese-Fig Crostini.

The weekend wraps up Sunday with breakfast followed by yoga. An extended checkout allows for extra time to explore the area.

Join us for the weekend. Click here to view rates and learn more. 

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The 2015 Pinehurst Holiday Gift Guide

CHRISTMAS IS LESS THAN 20 DAYS AWAY, but there’s still plenty of time to find the perfect gift. Our retail shops are full of items for anyone who loves Pinehurst, especially those whom are always the toughest to shop for.

Here we’ll provide a few suggestions, but you can browse our entire online inventory at shop.pinehurst.com. We’re offering 10 percent off all accessories through Christmas Day.

Note: Click the photo of the item to purchase.

For the fashion-forward golfer

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Designed exclusively for Pinehurst, this Peter Millar polo features stylish horizontal stripes. Made of 100 percent cotton, it’s breathable and lightweight.  Good news: Peter Millar designed an entire line just for us, so you have plenty of color options. Click here to view the collection.

 

 

For the future golfer 

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Introduce your children to the game you love with this fun replica of a Pinehurst golf cart. It glides smoothly across the floor, is durable and is sure to entertain your future pro.

 

 

 

For the art lover

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Hand-crafted by a local artist in nearby Seagrove, the largest community of potters in the country, this fluted dish is a great conversation piece.

 

 

 

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Taste of the New South serves up good times

Labor Day weekend at Pinehurst was bursting with Southern flavor.

The Taste of the New South food and wine weekend kicked off Friday with a welcome reception introducing guests to a variety of world-class wines and exceptional craft beers. The event was in full swing when the fun migrated to the Pinehurst Fair Barn for the Carolina Oyster Roast and Pig Pickin.’

Fireside Collective’s bluegrass twang filled the Fair Barn as guests enjoyed roasted oysters, barbecue, smoked salmon and Southern classics like home-style macaroni and cheese. The evening wrapped up with the Sinfully Southern Dessert Bar, which included cocktails that were equally as sweet.

Chefs, winemakers, authors and food educators led 15 sessions that spanned Saturday and Sunday, offering guests an interactive learning experience. With sessions focused on wine, beer, spirits and food, our presenters served up something to suit all tastes.

The wine was the focal point of Saturday’s intimate Vintner’s Dinner presented by Acura. Each of the five courses was be expertly paired to complement the flavor profiles of the wine.

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Taste of the New South: An A to Z Guide

Fireside Collective will perform their unique blend of bluegrass music Friday during the Carolina Oyster Roast & Pig Pickin’.

Taste of the New South, a food & wine weekend, will kick off in just a few days. Here’s a quick guide to get your ready for the weekend. See you soon.

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(Silent) Auction: Silent Auction bidding will take place throughout the weekend in the Marketplace and close out Sunday night during the Culinary Tour of Pinehurst. The auction benefits the culinary program at Pinehurst High School and the hospitality programs at Sandhills Community College.

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Barbecue: The Pinehurst culinary team is cooking up a 120-pound pig and more than a dozen pork shoulders for Friday’s Carolina Oyster Road & Pig Pickin’ at the Historic Pinehurst Fair Barn. The N.C. BBQ station will be serving up vinegar-based, yellow mustard and blueberry barbecue sauces, while the Korean BBQ station will feature kalbi, gochujang and doenjang sauces.

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Craft beer: Try a variety of beers from half a dozen breweries including North Carolina-based Highland Brewing and Mother Earth Brewing. Out-of-towners will want to be sure to try samples from Rail House Brewery, which is just up the road in Aberdeen.

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Jake Wolf, chef and co-owner of Capital Club 16, will share his secrets to the ultimate brunch Saturday.

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Demonstrations: Jake Wolf, chef and co-owner of Capital Club 16, will kick off the demonstrations with his Southern-Influenced, Old European-Style Brunch Demo on Saturday. Chef Brian Sonoskus will share a Taste of Tupelo Honey Café on Saturday afternoon.

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Entertainment: The Asheville-based bluegrass band Fireside Collective will perform Friday during the Carolina Oyster Roast & Pig Pickin’. L Shape Lot, an Americana band based in country, rock, bluegrass and roots/folk music, will provide the music during Sunday’s Culinary Tour of Pinehurst.

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Farm to fork: Our culinary team has scoured the region to find the best ingredients for Sunday’s Farm to Fork Brunch. Enjoy Southern breakfast and lunch specialties sourced from farmers within a 50-mile radius.

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Sommelier ready to talk wine, sake during Taste of the New South

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Wine is her first love, but sake isn’t far behind.

Sara Guterbock, a Certified Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers and a Certified Specialist of Wine through the Society of Wine Educators, will share her knowledge of both beverages during Taste of the New South.

She’ll join Chef Dan Lewis, oyster educator and owner of Coastal Provisions, to present Wine & Brine, Oysters and Wine 101 on Saturday, Sept. 5. Guterbock said Lewis will share his extensive knowledge of oysters, including information about why they are a green food source and which types to eat raw versus baked.

Lewis will prepare five different oysters on the half shell for the audience to enjoy with a wine selection.

“We’ll discuss the science behind oyster and wine pairings – what makes it work, what makes it more difficult,” Guterbock said.

Guterbock said the two have selected a good variety of wines.

“Most people feel you’ve got to go with very classical pairings with oysters,” she said. “We’re going to do a couple of those, but we’ll also pair a raw oyster with red wine. I think it’s going to be pretty fascinating for people.”

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