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September/October 2019

CityView Magazine - Fayetteville, NC

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Discove r Cit yV iewN m's fre s h up d ate d loo k ! | 43 FAYETTEVILLE DESTINATION FOR ARTS + ENTERTAINMENT The Cool Spring Downtown District is supported through generous funding provided by the City of Fayetteville and the Arts Council of Fayetteville/ Cumberland County. For details downtownfayetteville SEPTEMBER 7 2019 Fayetteville Walk to End Alzheimer's Festival Park, 8:00AM-11:00AM 21 Historic Carriage Tours of Olde Fayetteville 222 Hay Street, 9:00AM 27 Fourth Friday, Around the World in 80 Minutes Downtown Fayetteville, 6:00PM-9:00PM 28-29 International Folk Festival The Arts Council, Downtown Fayetteville OCTOBER 19 Fayetteville Dogwood Festival Downtown, 11:00AM-9:00PM 25 Fourth Friday Zombie Walk The Market House, 6:00PM-10:00PM FAYETTEVILLE'S DESTINATION FOR ARTS + ENTERTAINMENT | unique shops | galleries | restaurants | concerts | coffeehouses | tea shops | wine bars | brewpubs CityView Sept/Oct 2018 Ad size: 1/2 page vertical 4.5"x 7" Contact: Cool Spring Downtown District 910-223-1089 Librari-Con 2018 | Saturday, September 1 City Market at the Museum | Every Saturday Historic Tours by Horse & Carriage | Saturday, September 15 & Saturday, October 13 4th Friday: Around the World in 80 Minutes | Friday, September 27 40th International Folk Festival | Friday-Sunday, September 27-29 9th Annual Taste Of Fayetteville | Sunday, October 7 Indigo Moon Film Festival | Friday-Sunday, October 12-14 2018 Pinwheel Masquerade Ball & Auction | Saturday, October 13 Dogwood Fall Festival | Saturday, October 20 Zombie Walk | Friday, October 26 FREE PARKING after 5pm and all weekend Parking deck on Franklin St. | City parking lots downtownfayetteville For our full calendar of Downtown events, visit our Facebook page. Find Concerts, Children's Activities, Marathons, Fundraisers, and Other Local Events INSTANTLY! Just text the word EVENTS to the number 88000 Local Events Will Display On Your Phone. USE IT ANYTIME & ANYWHERE all of those stories and more. e stop at St. Joseph's Episcopal Church was a special treat with church members and representatives on hand to talk about the church and its storied history. (For more about St. Joseph's, read the Faith column in this issue by Donald LaHuffman, the church's senior warden.) Guests from the carriage ride sat in the church's pews, listening and marveling at the surrounding beauty. e carriage rides have been going on downtown for several years. "We love it," said Sessoms who runs S&S with partner Tina Sutton. Fayetteville is a relatively short distance from their home base in Duplin County, where they keep 12 dra horses, and the carriage rides are usually popular. Sessoms and Sutton would love it if the rides were offered even more frequently. Hank Parfitt, who helps organize the rides for the Cool Spring Downtown District, said the group would like to offer the rides every Saturday but needs more tour guides. Five more are currently training. In the meantime, the rides are a great once-a-month option for anyone who'd like to clip-clop around Fayetteville the way people once did long ago and to hear interesting stories about the area while they're at it. "is is a great way to learn about your town," Parfitt said. For information about the carriage rides, check the downtown district's website – visitdowntownfayetteville. com – or its Facebook page – facebook. com/ Or call 910-223-1089. Far left, Linda, a 12-year-old Percheron, and Bentley, an 8-year-old Clydesdale

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