Cape Fear Regional Theatre opened its season with “The Play That Goes Wrong,” a show with London origins and an award-winning Broadway pedigree. The production opened Friday night. On Saturday night, it played before a sold-out audience.
September is Library Card Signup Month, and if you have a library card you are in the majority of Americans. According to the Pew Research Center, 61% of Americans 16 and older have a library card. That’s an impressive number, but we library workers are overachievers. We want it to be 100%.
Fayetteville Technical Community College will host a free public performance of “Indivisible,” a dramatic look at the causes of violence and division in American history by playwright, scholar and FTCC communications instructor Sonny Kelly.
The city of Fayetteville will host a block party to celebrate winning the All-America City Award from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday on the Festival Park promenade, behind the Festival Plaza building at 225 Ray Ave., according to a news release.
The Fayetteville Woodpeckers' annual beer festival, Pecktoberfest, returns to Segra Stadium for the fifth year on from 5 to 9 p.m. Sept. 30. More than 20 breweries with more than 40 cold beer samples are confirmed to participate, a news release said.
Cumberland County Cooperative Extension will present a beginners beekeeping course with the first class on Sept. 28.
Cape Fear Regional Theatre’s new season opens this week. For a preview and a closer look at the theater's operation, CityView spoke with marketing director Ashley Owen and managing director Ella Wrenn. Find out more at www.cfrt.org.
With the recent catastrophic fires in Lahaina, Hawaii, the Fayetteville Woodpeckers has created a ticket link for the Sept. 6 game through which $5 for each ticket sold will be donated to help with relief efforts, according to a news release.
With a new school year starting last week, parents and students may be wondering what more they can do to ensure academic success. Cumberland County Public Library is here to help you and your child reach academic goals and fulfill needs for the 2023-24 school year.