The Cape Fear river shines bright as the centerpiece of a fall tradition in downtown Wilmington this weekend.
Riverfest was postponed by heavy rains last month, but event Chairman Chris Snowden says the change means it is now bigger and better than ever.
Traditional Scottish Athletics hit the area for the first time at the Cape Fear Highland Games on Saturday.
Watch events such as tossing the caber, throwing the hammer and much more as you learn about Scottish history and heritage.
Tens of thousands of people enjoy the Azalea Festival's concerts, fairs and special events each year and organizers need your help to make it happen this year. The Cape Fear Volunteer Center is partnering with Azalea Festival organizers in an effort to find the hundreds of the volunteers they need.
Happening this weekend is the 35th Annual North Carolina Festival by the Sea in Holden Beach.
The two days of festivities features arts and crafts, music, contests and activities for the whole family.
Saturday is the only day of the year you can walk across the Holden Beach bridge to get the best view of the island.
For the more adventurous there will be balloon rides and for anglers there is the annual fishing tournament.
Events start Saturday at 9 a.m. and go through Sunday afternoon.
Phlock to the Beach, A Buffett Style Beach Bash is August 22 - 24 in Oak Island.
Change your latitude and your attitude at the opening night Parrot Head Pub and Grub Crawl that extends from the island to nearby Southport.
The entire weekend is filled with events including horseshoe and cornhole tournaments, arts, food and drinks and live music.