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The goal for Dancin' in the Park is to get everybody off the couch this summer, even just for a few hours.
The Arts Friendly Foundation is a coalition of businesses that promote and support the Cape Fear arts community. It also raises money throughout the year for arts nonprofits. Last year Arts Friendly raised more than $4,000 to be distributed to five area groups.
'ILM Lampoon's 12 Tastes (or more) of Christmas' promises to be the best holiday party this side of the nuthouse!
DREAMS of Wilmington started more than 20 years ago and offers various programs for youth development through the arts. The program specifically targets youth living in poverty.
If you want to listen to some beautiful music and help a worthy cause, mark your calendars!
Art in Bloom Gallery is hosting 'ExperiMetal: An Artist's Journey by Gale Smith' this month. It features Smith's artwork which uses various techniques and materials to transform metal into contemporary art.
DREAMS Of Wilmington has been touching the lives of children in the Port City since 1997. Giving them an outlet to express themselves, in a variety of ways. The organization will celebrate its twentieth year with an exhibit that will glance back through its history.
Food, fun, shopping, music and dancing are all on tap for 'Still Moving', a benefit for DREAMS of Wilmington. Norak Contemporary and Modern Dance Company founder Karon Tunis says the event is one-of-a-kind for the Cape Fear. It starts with the Day Dreaming Vendor Fair featuring a variety of vendors. It also features food trucks and live performances by Funky Leroy Harper, Jr & the Posse and the Warner Temple Mass Choir. The fair is free and open to the public.
The Forest of Dreams mural at 10th and Fanning streets in Wilmington has some new neighbors. Art!
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