WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Although Hurricane Florence forced it to be rescheduled, the American Craft Walk Wilmington will go on.
Tomorrow, local artists will cover Front Street in downtown Wilmington and welcome the public to check out their work from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is free and the event is fun for the whole family.
Because there continues to be a need for donations and supplies to help those most affected by the hurricane, the ACWW’s information booth at Front and Market Streets will have several art items for raffle with the proceeds going to a local non-profit. There will also be an area designated for donations of small books or toys for children.
“It was our goal to hold the American Craft Walk as soon as we could for the same reasons we hold it each year,” said organizer Joan Loch. The goal is “to bring people downtown to celebrate art and support local business.”
For more information visit Americancraftwalkwilmington.com.