America’s Hometown Happenings: April 7 – 9

The natural beauty of the Sandhills region is on full display in every corner of Cumberland County right now. As our dogwood trees and azalea bushes come into full bloom, the outdoors is calling our names. There is no better way to spend your weekend here than at our lovely parks and nature escapes. A wide range of events being hosted by some of our outdoor destinations offer perfect reasons to enjoy the gift o… [...] “America’s Hometown Happenings: April 7 – 9”

America’s Hometown Happenings: March 3 – 5

Dr. Seuss Fayetteville NC
Today, March 2nd, marks what would have been the 113th birthday of Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. This beloved author’s birthday has also become a reason to celebrate “Read Across America Day.” Cumberland County is joining the nationwide celebration over the weekend in a couple of big ways… [...] “America’s Hometown Happenings: March 3 – 5”

Celebrate Spring in the Town of
Spring Lake

Spring Lake NC
A trip to Fayetteville’s northern neighbor, the Town of Spring Lake, offers visitors good eats, family-friendly entertainment, and outdoor treasures. Its proximity to Fort Bragg means you are at the front door of one of the largest military bases in the United States. There are many reasons to visit this rapidly growing area… [...] “Celebrate Spring in the Town of
Spring Lake”

Got Ink?

tattoo convention
Fayetteville is preparing to welcome the first All American Tattoo Convention (AATC) to the Crown Expo Center this spring (April 14 – 16). Home to the fighting forces of Fort Bragg, Cumberland County could not be a more perfect host for an event that aims to bring together our military heroes and the industry’s best artists.… [...] “Got Ink?”

America’s Hometown Happenings: January 13 – 16

Martin Luther King Jr. Parade Fayetteville NC
Every day this long holiday weekend, the communities of Cumberland County are celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Several organizations and civic groups plan special events each year in honor of the great leader and community activist. This weekend, visitors and locals may enjoy a prayer breakfast in Spring Lake or Fayetteville, head downtown for the parade, or join worshipe… [...] “America’s Hometown Happenings: January 13 – 16”

On the Trail of African-American History

African American history
The communities of Cumberland County are preparing to celebrate Black History Month with an array of special events throughout the month of February. The lives and legacies of African Americans in these communities can be traced through our African-American Heritage Trail (AAHT). This tourist tool was created by the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (FACVB) to aid visitors in expl… [...] “On the Trail of African-American History” is owned by the
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