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Comedy, arts, crafts and more on tap for the weekend

There are lots of cool things taking place this weekend across Wilmington.

6th Annual Wilmington Race for the Cure® sets $200,000 fundraising goal

The Susan G. Komen North Carolina Triangle to the Coast is about to host its 6th annual Wilmington Race for the Cure® on Saturday, September 15, 2018 at Pier 33 in Downtown Wilmington.

WHAT’S HAPPENING: December 1-3

Want to check out a Christmas Parade this weekend?  Bladenboro, Topsail Beach, and Shallotte are all holding their big events!  But wait, there's more!

WHAT’S HAPPENING: November 17-19

A mega flea market, Santa Claus, and a Lion, Witch and Wardrobe all have this weekend in common.

WHAT’S HAPPENING: November 11-12

BBQ, mazes, and the Veterans Day Parade in Downtown Wilmington!  

WHAT’S HAPPENING! October 27-29

What kind of monster loves to go to a disco party? A boogie-man!  There are no disco parties this weekend, but there are all kinds of Halloween themed events and hauntings for all ages.

WHAT’S HAPPENING: September 29-Oct 1

The end of September and beginning of October are looking beautiful!  Need some weekend ideas to take advantage of the weather?

WHAT’S HAPPENING: September 8-10

The weekend is expected to be beautiful for some outdoor activities and the Cape Fear has some fantastic options.

WHAT’S HAPPENING: August 25-27

The final weekend of summer before thousands of kids head back to school is full of events for kids to close out the break with some fun!


Concerts, the boys of summer, and a charity bachelor bid fundraiser are all part of the fun this weekend in the Cape Fear.


Rain or shine, we'll always give you some options for the weekend ahead of time.


A movie in the park, live theatre on the USS NC Battleship, and an event for those planning a wedding are all part of the fun this weekend in the Cape Fear.

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