Spring is here, and with the threat of frost receding as the days grow longer, tomato lovers start to dream of summer. Slicing a big juicy heirloom tomato for a sandwich or snacking on sweet cherry tomatoes in between pulling weeds are the dreams of gardeners across Cumberland County as they tend their seedlings.
A meet-and-greet is scheduled for North Carolina Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green on Thursday evening at City Center Gallery & Books, according to a news release. Jaki Shelton Green, who is in …
Photographs that capture the story of change in the world are on display in “Reformation: Solo Photography Exhibition & Film Screening,” an exhibit opening Saturday at the Arts Council of Fayetteville-Cumberland County. The exhibit will be open through April 30 at the Arts Center, 301 Hay St., according to a news release.
Cumberland County Schools will host a “kindergarten showcase” to introduce incoming kindergarten students and their families to the elementary school environment.
Tickets are still available for CityView’s Ladies’ Night Out, an evening of food and beverages, shopping, health demonstrations, a fashion show and more. Presented by Cape Fear Valley Health, Ladies’ Night Out is now in its third year. It will bring together local businesses, self-care organizations, medical offices and others Thursday evening at The Carolina Barn in Spring Lake.
Artwork by students in kindergarten through 12th grade is featured in the annual Cross Creek Mall Student Art Show through May 1, according to a Cumberland County Schools news release.
We have all heard the adage, "I want 'better' for my children.' With 20 years of evidence-based research, the Family Connects International program has proven to provide that “better” for children, families and communities.
Bring a chair and blankets for the year's first Family Movie Night to support Operation Ceasefire on April 21 at Westover Recreation Center, 267 Bonanza Drive.
The city of Fayetteville and Cumberland County have partnered to host basic to intermediate computer skills classes throughout the year, according to a city news release.
Can a walk in the park with a child help increase the little one’s literacy skills? The answer is yes, when the park features a StoryWalk. Cumberland County will soon have its second StoryWalk that you and the children in your life can enjoy.