Up & Coming Weekly

March 01, 2022

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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM MARCH 2 - 8, 2022 UCW 11 MARCH 19 FAYETTEVILLE EATS CROWN COMPLEX The Fayetteville Marksmen are host- ing a food festival prior to one of their games. The food festival will take place at 3:30 p.m. and will last until 5:30 p.m., just in time for the Fayetteville Marksmen game. Vendors include Gaston Brewing Company, Kiss Me Cakes, The Little Taco Food Truck, El Cazador Mexican Restaurant, Bubba's 33 and more. Tickets can be bought for $30 online and $35 at day of the event. Everyone aged 2 or older will need their own tickets. Tickets include an end zone seat to the Marksmen game. Tickets can be bought online at www.marksmenhockey.com/fayettevilleeats. MARCH 25 DR. E. E. SMITH OPEN HOUSE FAYETTEVILLE HISTORY MUSEUM The Fayetteville History Museum is inviting the public to visit the historic home of Dr. E.E. Smith to learn about the life and legacy of Smith. Smith is regarded as one of the great educators in Fayetteville and spent much of his life in the classroom as a teacher or as an educator. The house is located at 135 Blount St. near downtown Fayetteville. The open house is free to the public from noon. to 3 p.m. MARCH 24 - APRIL 10 CLUE ON STAGE CAPE FEAR REGIONAL THEATRE Based on the best-selling board game and movie adaptation, this live stage production of Clue will be sure to keep you laughing and guessing about WHO did it, WHERE, and with WHAT. Inspired by the board game and film, join Miss Scarlett, Colonel Mustard, Professor Plum and other colorful guests for this hilarious murder mystery. The show is rated PG for Parental Guid- ance. This play contains mild and comedic themes of violence. The play will be directed by Mary Catherine Burke. Military Appreciation Night is on March 30. Tickets are $15 and can be bought at https://cfrt.easy-ware- ticketing.com/events. OTHELLO GILBERT THEATER Othello is the story of a powerful gen- eral of the Venetian army whose life and marriage are ruined by a conniv- ing, deceitful and envious soldier, Iago. The Gilbert Theater's Othello has been adapted by Montgomery Sutton and directed by Montgomery Sutton and Lawrence Carlisle III. Prices range from $12 to $15. Tickets are available by calling 910-678-7186 and GilbertTheater.com. MARCH 25 - APRIL 10 Submit your events and activities to editor@upandcomingweekly.com WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLy.COM MARCH 25 WALK AWHILE IN THEIR SHOES SEGRA STADIUM The Rape Crisis of Cumberland County at The Phoenix Center invites everyone to join them and celebrate a decade of walking in their shoes. Over 400 walkers and supporters are welcome to help promote awareness surrounding sexual violence. This year they are also emphasizing the effect this violence has on our youth. Youngsters are encouraged to join the walk alongside the adults. To help support the mission, this event asks men and children, both young and old, to come together while sporting their best high-heels and strut their stuff down Hay Street. Walking shows support of all survivors of sexual violence within our community. This family-friendly event begins in front of The Capitol Encore Academy on Hay Street, and after walking a few short blocks, will end with an after-party festivities at Segra Stadium. MARCH 25 WOMEN TAKE CENTER STAGE! GRAY'S CREEK HIGH SCHOOL In honor of Jimmy Carter's proclama- tion of "Women's History Week" on March 8th, 1980, Presidents since 1995, have issued a series of annual proclamations designating the month of March as "Women's History Month." Help the Cumberland Choral Arts celebrate and recognize the achievements of women everywhere! Their concert includes the music and poetry of Undine Moore, Alice Parker, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Sara Teasdale and Gwyneth Walker, and women's barbershop harmony. Tickets are $15 and can be bought at https://bit.ly/3hk9Hrn. MARCH 27 ALL AMERICAN RACE FORT BRAGG The 2022 All American Race features a half marathon and a 5K. The run is entirely virtual this year. The registra- tion fee for the 2022 races will include a participation medal and a commemorative event bib that will be shipped via US Postal Service. Registration can be done at zippyreg.com/on- line_reg/?e=1610. The fee ranges from $40 to $85, depending on the race. If you are currently registered for the All American Race, you can convert your registration to the virtual race. Those who convert their registration to the virtual race will receive a partial refund for the difference. If you choose not to run the race virtually, you can request a full refund (minus the pro- cessing fee). BEACH MUSIC FESTIVAL DIRTBAG ALES Enjoy a day of beach, boogie and dance music. All proceeds go to the Karen Chandler Trust, which has been dedicated to assisting local cancer patients for over 20 years. Last year they were able to raise and distribute close to $150,000. That money helped with housing, utilities, groceries and transportation to and from treatments. The lineup of the music festival includes, Rivermist, Classic Soul, Martin Davis Band featuring Embers founder, Jackie Gore and the Chairmen of the Board. Gates open at noon. Tickets can be purchased at https://bit.ly/3Ihi1E3. MARCH 27

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