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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.

Learn a wizard’s way at Museum After Dark: Wizarding School

You won't find quiddich or house elves, but you might just learn how to be a Harry Potter type wizard at Thursday's Museum After Dark: Wizarding School!

Happening tomorrow: the Wilmington Parent Summer Camp Fair

The event provides Wilmington families with an opportunity to explore the summer camp and enrichment options available to their children during summer break.

Fatherhood Conference celebrating 11 years of supporting all dads

The 11th Annual New Hanover County Partnership for Fatherhood Conference is scheduled for this month.

Brunswick event will raise money for childhood hunger, poverty

Proceeds will be donated to Matthew’s Ministries and Power Walking Ministries, organizations which fight childhood hunger and poverty.

BLOCK Fest to teach children math, science through play

The family-friendly, interactive event will use five block play stations to introduce children and their parents to the educational value of blocks.

Events kicking off Martin Luther King Jr. celebration

Although it is a week away, the Cape Fear is already starting to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr's birthday.

Happening this week: UNCW Writer’s Week

Are you a writer or interested in the publishing process? You can learn from professionals at UNCW's Writer's Week.

Carolina Beach Music Festival celebrates 30 years

The 30th annual Carolina Beach Music Festival kicks off the summer season at Pleasure Island with three of the hottest beach music bands in the country.

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Pope elevates 13 new cardinals then puts them in their place

Most removed their face coverings when they approached a maskless Francis to receive their red hats, but the first African-American to become a cardinal in the Roman Catholic Church kept his on.

Family looks to recover after Thanksgiving home fire damage

The Puccis say that the horses are "okay" and were in a location separate from the fire.

Three mariners rescued in ocean off Oak Island

A good Samaritan boat crew that overheard the coast guard alert made their way out to the mariners and safely transferred all three onboard onto their own boat.

Georgia Aquarium’s largest female whale shark dies

Whale sharks are the largest fish in the world.