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Submission period open for 5th Annual ARTfall Exhibition

The Hannah Block Historic USO/ Community Arts Center is now taking submissions for the 5th Annual ARTfall Juried Art Show and Sale to be held in September.

Help support Poplar Grove Plantation’s animals at Food Truck Round Up

Eat your way around one of the Cape Fear's most popular tourist attractions at Poplar Grove Plantation's Food Truck Round Up.

Get your dream of playing music going, join the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra

If you've ever dreamed of playing an instrument with a local orchestra, now is your chance! The Wilmington Symphony Orchestra is holding auditions.

YWCA hosting Potluck for Peace pizza party

This week you can join in the conversation and open dialogue on the issue of racism and prejudice at the YWCA Lower Cape Fear Potluck for Peace. 

Have tea time and an afternoon of fun and fairies at Midsummer’s Day Tea Party

If you fancy a spot of tea for your child, or a Victorian tale told by a fairy, the historic Latimer House is the place for you to be this weekend. Midsummer's Day Tea Party is a benefit happening Saturday and Sunday where the proceeds go to supporting the Lower Cape Fear Historical Society.

Alchemical Theatre Company previews summer season

Alchemical Theatre Company presents a summer season each year as part of the Lumina Arts Festival at UNCW. This years' productions include 'Timon of Athens' and 'A Midsummer Night's Dream.'

Celebrate July 4th at Freedom Fest

This weekend, head out to Waterline Brewing Company for the family, and dog friendly Fourth of July celebration, Freedom Fest.

Get muddy at The Children’s Museum of Wilmington’s Mud Day events

This weekend your kids can have fun and learn at the same time by playing in the mud! 

Local bands coming together to preview weekend of music in November

Local bands will be bringing down the house at Waterline Brewing Co. this weekend for the Carolina Pines Fest Comeback Party.

Mahjong with Meaning for Brunswick Little Theatre

The tile game Mahjong requires skill, strategy and sometimes a bit of chance, much like being an actor on a stage. Some thinking thespians are now coordinating a Mahjongathon, to raise money for the Brunswick Little Theatre.

Make some noise for STOMP at Wilson Center

The performance group "STOMP" is appearing in Wilmington tonight and tomorrow at the Wilson Center. Some of the cast stopped by Good Evening Wilmington to give us a preview of their performance. 

Christmas tree lightings, flotillas highlight weekend events

With Thanksgiving behind us, it's time to get into the Christmas spirit. And if you're looking for something to get you in the holiday mood, there are plenty of things to do around the region this weekend.

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