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Arts & Entertainment Thrive in Fayetteville and Cumberland County

The arts flourish in Fayetteville and Cumberland County and you have plenty of entertainment options to choose each day. Catch a show at one of our theaters  walk through one of our  art galleries , take in a performance from the  Fayetteville Symphony and or enjoy Fourth Friday – a monthly art crawl in downtown Fayetteville.  All this and so much more happens each week in Cumberland County!   The Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB) works hard to pull together a comprehensive and up-to-date calendar of events.  Read about many of the events here or head to the FACVB Calendar for all community happenings. 

 

Your Go-To Guide for the Best of Spring Lake, Part I

things to do spring lake
My first home in North Carolina was in the Town of Spring Lake, and this community has held a special place in my heart ever since. The sleepy little town I drove into 15 years ago has grown so much that it’s barely recognizable now. You’ll find the heart of Spring Lake at the busy intersection of NC 24-87 and NC-210, and this town is also conveniently accessible to I-95 travelers, thanks to the recently constru… [...]

5 Myths About Fayetteville – Myth #4

In yesterday's blog, we took a look at all that the Fayetteville area has to offer in terms of arts and entertainment, busting the myth that Cumberland County has no arts scene. Today, I'm tackling the false idea that there's no way to have multicultural experiences here in Cumberland County. Myth #4: Cumberland County Has No Multicultural Experiences When I was growing up, I was completely unaware of eve… [...]

5 Myths About Fayetteville – Myth #3

Yesterday, in part two of my blog series, I busted the myth that the Fayetteville area has no historical significance. This time, I will address the idea that there's no arts-and-entertainment scene here. A flourishing A&E scene is essential for a city to thrive. Here's a look at some of my favorite sources of arts and entertainment, showing how Cumberland County is more than thriving. Myth #3: Cumbe… [...]

‘O’er the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave’!

4th of July
There’s simply no better place to celebrate Independence Day than in a military community like ours. We call this area “America’s Hometown” because we are home to some of our nation’s finest military forces. Delve into the history of Cumberland County, and you’ll see how deep our patriotic roots run—all the way back to the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. For these reasons, we take a little more pri… [...]

Where to ‘Wine Down’ in Cumberland County

wine shops
National Wine Day is May 25th, so my creative juices have been flowing about where to “wine down” in Cumberland County. This summer, you can get artsy at our sip-and-paint studios, join a yoga-and-vino class, venture on a wine walk through downtown, take a bottle and picnic basket to a garden, and much more. You’ll find me relaxing, glass of Pinot in hand, at several of these charming spots. Start planning y… [...]

What’s HOT in Fayetteville!

blues n brews
Sizzling concerts, smokin’ barbecue, fireworks, spicy ramen and more made my list of “What’s HOT in Fayetteville!” this summer. As you may have guessed, I spend a large part of my job tracking all the events, attractions and restaurants that pop up in Cumberland County, but I also make a point to visit as many as I can. I’ve narrowed down my extensive list to a few personal suggestions on the hottest places to… [...]

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