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Christmas cheer fills aquarium for annual Festival of Trees

The holidays are right around the corner and the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher is filling up with Christmas cheer.

Festival of Flowers: Event benefits Lower Cape Fear Hospice

Next week you can have an afternoon of flowers, gardening, food and fun plus help out Lower Cape Fear Hospice.

Festival of Trees lights up the Aquarium at Fort Fisher

The Cape Fear Festival of Trees is back and placed all through The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher.

Festival of Trees begins at North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher

The Lower Cape Fear Hospice hosts its annual tradition amidst the inspiring backdrop of the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher.

The 7th Last Chance for White Pants Gala sells out

Around 600 people came out tonight to celebrate the end of summer. The seventh Last Chance for White Pants Gala was Saturday night. 

White Pants gala to benefit Lower Cape Fear Hospice

A ticket to the gala supports Lower Cape Fear Hospice’s services and programs, such as hospice care, palliative care, bereavement services for children and adults, and other services not covered by insurance.

Finding light in times of grief: Sunshine Camp at Lower Cape Fear Hospice

The camp allows kids to meet friends facing similar circumstances, learn, laugh, and believe in the value of their own life and experiences.

New Continuum Wall honors lost loved ones

Donors gathered to honor loved ones at a remembrance ceremony at Lower Cape Fear Hospice.

End-of-Life workshop helps people ‘Face the Elephant in the Room’

Lower Cape Fear Hospice is holding a no cost workshop on Friday, April 21 at their Phillips LifeCare and Counseling Center at 1414 Physicians Drive in Wilmington from 10am to 11am.

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