There's still Time!
The Sharpe House is going to Great Britain!! London, Highclere Castle, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Durham and then Scotland!
The ancestors of Colonel Sharpe and his beloved wife Sarah Jane hail from Scotland, this trip is going to be very special as we celebrate the Nooe Sisters in 2019!
Contact Lori Fincannon at Mann Travel Statesville
Easter Tea and Egg Hunt! April 13th
Join us on Saturday April 13 for our annual Easter Tea and Egg Hunt for the children. Tea times will be at: 12:00 noon and 1:30 pm with the free egg hunts beginning at 1:00 (for the 12:00 guests).; 2:30 (for our 1:30 guests) Deadline for reserving your spot will be Friday April 12 by 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per adult, $10.00 for children 7-12, and children 6 and under are free with a paying adult. Raffle tickets will also be available at the door for a variety of door prizes for the afternoon. Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 tickets for $5.00, 12 tickets for $10, etc. and are payable by cash or check only. You do not have to be present to win.
Proceeds to aid and benefit the Sharpe House, The Silas Alexander Sharpe Foundation, a non-profit NC501c3.
Click on the link for Tickets at EventBrite.com
Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Friday March 15th 2019 7pm
Charlotte Murder Mystery Company returns to The Historic Sharpe House for one performance of "Death Plays a Role". Friday March 15, 2019 at 7pm at The Historic Sharpe House.
"DEATH PLAYS A ROLE"
Eileen Sullivan, the Irish actress, whose fame extends to both sides of the Atlantic ocean, was the star attraction at the Killarney Lake Theatre last night in the premiere performance of Pader O'Connor's new play, Death Be Not Pretentious Yet, as Sullivan was acting out the scene that would make this play one for the ages, she suddenly grabbed at her throat and fell to the stage. She was dead. Now, who could aspire to take her place and be recognized as one of the ten greatest living actresses in the British Isles?
Become an investigator and help the Detective and the Charlotte Murder Mystery Company figure out "Who Dunnit?"
Garden Salad of fresh mixed greens and vegetables serves as your appetizer to begin your dinner.
Choose your entree: Guiness Beef Stew, a delicious Irish recipe for Beef Tips stewed in delicious aromatic spices. Irish Baked Chicken, another Irish inspiered recipe and blend of spices. Baked filet of Salmon with a Lemon Tarragon Sauce. Vegetarian entree, a plate of a variety of delicious vegetables from our sides along with eggplant Parmesan.
Sides for all of the above entrees: Creamed Irish Peas, Mashed Potatoes and Fried Cabbage.
Dessert: Lime Charlotte Russe, a tangy and slightly green finish to your meal, an Old Victorian Favorite!
Dinner Tickets include all of the above and the show for $45 (plus EventBrite Fees).
WIne service to accompany your menu selection, as well as a sparkling wine with the dessert course; click on your entree choice "with Wine" Additional $10
We will begin the evening at the Sharpe House with Dinner and the performance taking place next door at The Statesville Civic Center.
Tickets are on sale until Monday March 11 at 6PM.
Click on Photo to go to EventBrite Site for Tickets
Join us Saturday March 16 as we celebrate St Patrick's Day and enjoy some Irish fare. Delicacies from our kitchen and prepared by local high school students will be on the menu as well as freshly brewed black tea.
Sittings for tea will be at 12:00, 1:30, and 3:00.
Tickets are available on EventBrite.com and are $18 per adult; $9 children ages 7 to 12, with children ages 6 and younger free. Tickets must be purchased by Friday March 15 at 6:00 p.m.
There will also be a raffle for some treats and goodies that will be ready to take home with you from the tea! Tickets are $1 each, 6 tickets for $5.00 or 12 for $10. Cash or check for the raffle tickets only.
Proceeds to benefit the Silas Alexander Sharpe Foundation!
Click on the photo to go to EventBrite for tickets.
Join us on Saturday January 12 for a Scarlett O'Hara themed tea as we remember Stephanie Kastor Chapman, an avid Gone With the Wind fan and area educator. In 2019 we remember and honor the Nooe sisters (granddaughters of Colonel Sharpe, also educators). This tea will serve as a fundraiser for the Stephanie Kastor Chapman Memorial Scholarship.
Delicacies from our kitchen and local high school students will be on the menu as well as freshly brewed black tea.
Adult Tickets are $20, Children ages 7-12 are $10, 6 years and younger are free with a paying adult.
There will also be a raffle of assorted gifts and prizes. Tickets are $1 each, 6 tickets for $5.00 or 12 for $10. Cash or check for the raffle tickets only.
Stephanie Kastor Chapman
Tickets are available at www.Eventbrite.com
Robert Burns Night at The Historic Sharpe House
Saturday January 26, 2019 6PM
Limited seating, Tickets at www.EventBrite.com
Celebrate Scotland's National Poet, your own Scottish ancestry, or just because you love his prose, the country and their music!
The Sharpe Family arrived in America in the 1700s via Country Antrim, Ireland, however, they originally hail from Scotland.
Live music will be provided by Veda Bafford and Celtic Echoes. Authentic Scottish cuisine will be served, including samples of the ceremonial Haggis, as well as libations for toasting for all those who attend! Seats are limited.
Traditional HIghland Beef Stew or Scottish Salmon Fishcakes as well as a Vegetarian Haggis are the entrée choices. The entrees will be served with Neeps and Tatties and a Red Cabbage Apple Slaw. Flavorful desserts homemade in our kitchen!
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. Tickets range from $75 to $95 to $105 depending on beverage choices. Tickets must be purchased by Monday January 21 by 6:00 p.m.
Christmas Open House
The Sharpe House and Statesville Friends Meeting House
141 Walnut Street
Join us from 5:30 to 9 on the evening of Friday November 30, 2018 as we celebrate the memory of Sarah Jane this Christmas. Festive holiday goodies and hot apple cider, seasonal music by Stewart and Karla Kincaid.
Come and celebrate a new addition to services at the Sharpe House and a new venue space for intimate events for Statesville, We now have a church in which to host complete weddings!! Free carriage rides provided by Nash Farm to and from Walnut Street and the Sharpe House. Visit the Statesville Friends Meeting House on Walnut Street, originally Trinity Episcopal Church. There enjoy the decorations and the music of Celtic Echoes
We join City Hal in celebrating the holiday season as our staffs have worked together to decorate and provide a fun filled holiday evening combined with the Downtown Shop and Stroll. This is a free event, however, donations for The Statesville Friends Meeting House are requested.
Annual Yuletide Tea
Saturday November 24th, 2018
Please join us Saturday November 24, 2018 as we kick off our Holiday Season in memory of Sarah Jane! Delicacies from our kitchen and local high school culinary arts students will be served with freshly brewed Black loose leaf tea (apple juice for the children)
Tickets are on sale at Eventbrite.com!
Prices for this tea, is $20 per adult; $12 children ages 7 to 12.
Children ages 6 and under are free. Please purchase, including children 6 and under.
The baked goods raffle will feature seasonal items to be baked Christmas week! Tickets for the raffle are available at the door-cash or check only- $1 each, 6 for $5, or 12 for $10.
Proceeds to benefit the Silas Alexander Sharpe Foundation!
Saturday, November 10, 2018 at 2 PM – 4 PM
1st Annual ADK Tea Scholarship Fundraiser. The money raised from this event will help fund the scholarship given to a local Iredell County student wishing to pursue a degree in the field of education. We will have special guest performers as well as carriage rides. There will also be silent auction items from local businesses. You won't want to miss it! Bring your family and friends and enjoy a crisp November Saturday at The Historic Sharpe House. Tickets are $20 which include a plated Tea and carriage ride.
Please message us for tickets by clicking here to take you to our Facebook Event Page!
October Harvest Tea
Please join us for our Harvest Tea party on Saturday, October 20th from 1 to 4 in the afternoon.
Delicacies created and crafted by local high school culinary arts students compliment our tea menu and served by the Gilded Age staff of The House! This month we will enjoy the last of the summer's bounty and sample the first offerings of the fall season.
Tickets are available at EventBrite.com through Friday October 19th.
Children age 6 and under are free with a paying adult.
Tickets are $15 for adults and children ages 7-12 are $7.There will also be a raffle for homemade baked goods tickets are $1 each, 6 tickets for $5 and 12 for $10.
All proceeds go toward a donation to Back Packs For Education to help fight childhood hunger. Donations of non-perishable food items are encouraged and appreciated!
The Sharpe House and WAME 92.9 Radio Present: The ChillBillies At Tea for Cindy Adkins!!
Saturday September 22, 2018 Seatings begin at Noon!
Join us and the famous WAME Radio Chillbillies on Saturday September 22 for a tea in honor of our very own Cindy Adkins! Delicacies from our kitchen and those made by our high school culinary students are on the menu and are served with freshly brewed black tea and apple juice for the children.Tickets are available through EventBrite.com by Thursday September 20th. Reservations will be on a first come first served basis with seating beginning at 12:00, 1:30, and 3:00. This will be our first of our monthly teas, now through the holiday season!
Tickets are: Adults $20 Children (7-12) $12 with children under age 6 free. Proceeds from this event will go to Cindy Adkins to assist with her fight against cancer.
There will be a raffle for an assortment of prizes! Tickets are $1 each or 6 tickets for $5. Cash or Check only please! The drawings will be done at the close of the event. You do not have to be present to win.
Check out EVENTS on our Facebook Page for Information about our newest!!
Shakespeare in The Pasture
A Midsummer Night's Dream
An evening of great food and entertainment! Dream Dinners provided by The Smoke Pit and Crowning Events
The play is presented by Theatre Statesville
TWO EVENTS, SEPARATE TICKETS, SEE BELOW
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Overnight accommodations at Clichy Inn!
The Tom Dooley BBQ at The Sharpe House before each evening's performance of The Tom Dooley Project
May 2 - 5 6PM
Make your Tom Dooley event a complete evening with dinner before the show!
You are cordiall
y invited to join us for an evening of southern hospitality, bbq, and bluegrass music by Wood Family Tradition, they will be performing live on Friday and Saturday! Dinner will include BBQ chicken and pork prepared by The Smoke Pit Catering! The BBQ will be served with homemade potato salad, baked beans, corn on the cob and a bounty of homemade desserts by Crowning Events. Dinner will be served on the lawn at The Historic Sharpe House Wednesday May 2 thru Saturday May 5 from 6:00-7:30. Then those attending the performance can just stroll up to The Old Courthouse for "The Tom Dooley Project". Reservations are required by Monday May 1. Tickets are available at www.Eventbrite.com Cost is $20 per person. Proceeds to benefit the Silas Alexander Sharpe Foundation and the Historic Sharpe House, home of Statesville's first mayor, who served his first term during the Dooley trial.
Tickets for The Tom Dooley Project are available through the EventBrite link below
MURDER MOST GREEN!
Charlotte Murder Mystery Company returns to Statesville to present "Murder Most Green"!!! In conjunction with The Historic Sharpe House and Statesville Civic Center on Friday March 16, 2018. That evening The Sharpe House becomes Flaherty"s True Green Plant Nursery, the setting for the first part of the production. Guests will meet and greet at The Sharpe House and then will go next door to the Civic Center for dinner.
MURDER MOST GREEN
This special holiday murder mystery takes place in the City of Blarney in North Carolina. Your guests are invited to a St. Patrick's Day dinner party to honor Patrick Flaherty, owner of Flaherty's True Green Plant Nursery. When they arrive, they find out that Flaherty died the previous night after a get-together that celebrated the nursery's centennial year. Instead of having a party, your guests will be attending his wake. The guests will become investigators and work with the Detective to figure out "WHODUNIT."
Dinner will begin with an Irish Pub Salad. Guests will have an entree choice of traditional Irish Corned Beef, Pot Roast, or Baked Chicken (leg quarter). Each entree will be served with traditional Irish fare: steamed cabbage, Irish champ, and Irish peas. Dessert will be the Sharpe House's famous bread pudding. Wine or sparkling grape juice will be available as well as sweet and unsweetened iced tea.
Cost is $50 per person for the dinner and show.
Please make your choice of entree when calling Keith for reservations.
Reservations must be made by Monday March 12 at 5:00 P.M.
This event will be a fundraiser for The Silas Alexander Sharpe Foundation.
Call Keith at 704-682-7508 to make your reservations.
**SPECIAL TO THE SHARPE HOUSE**
Out of town? Come attend and visit Statesville! Special Rates for overnight guests at our friends at Clichy Inn! Just mention us and The Murder Mystery!