Up & Coming Weekly

May 30, 2023

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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM MAY 31 - JUNE 6, 2023 UCW 3 Submit your events and activities to editor@upandcomingweekly.com WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLy.COM WEDNESDAY, MAY 31 BASS EAT ... SHINERS CAMP 7489 RAEFORD ROAD Bass candy! Shiner minnows may be the best live bass bait of all-time. Spring is a great season to try them as the water war- ms and big winter bass look for an easy meal. In this day camp, we will show you the popular tackle and rigging techniques for common fishing situations. You will also learn about the methods of collecting and keeping live bait. Best of all, you will bait up and try for a trophy bass at Lake Rim. To register, go to https://www. ncwildlife.org/Learning/John-E-Pechmann-Fishing-Education-Center/Event-Regis- tration/. For info call 910-868-5003. SATURDAY, JUNE 3 BOUGIE BAGS & BRUNCH 328 GILLESPIE STREET 7 p.m. The Detour Slam Team from Fayetteville and the Bull City Slam Team from Durham will be having a friendly scrimmage as they prepare themselves for competition at this June's Southern Fried Poetry Festival. Come out and come see both teams as they premiere new poems and battle it out to see who will win this event. Price of admission is $10 with all proceeds going to both teams as they prepare to head to Knoxville, Tennessee to compete at the Southern Fried Poetry Festival in June. 11 a.m. — 3 p.m. Harry Potter fans! Join WOB Bar & Kitchen for a magical weekend at their Pancakes and Potterheads themed brunch. They will be featuring Dudley's Donuts, Hagrids Gamekeepers Pie, and some Sirus-ly good beverages This brunch will be first come first served both days. No reservations required. Dress up is encouraged. WOB is located at 1944 Skibo Road. For info call 910-758-9782. WALKING THROUGH TIME FAYETTEVILLE HISTORY MUSEUM 2 p.m. This walking tour of Downtown Fayetteville is hosted by the Downtown Alliance. It explores the history of Fayetteville from pre-colonial settlement to present day. You will learn of the history, culture and architecture of the buildings along the tour path in Historic Downtown. The past meets the present as you are introduced to six to eight shops and restaurants where you will enjoy samples of food, drink and goods from these unique busi- nesses. The tour covers under approximately 3/4 mile ending on Hay Street. All participants should meet at the Front Door of the Fayetteville History Museum located at 325 Franklin Street. For info call 910-433-1457. TUESDAY, JUNE 6 THURSDAY, JUNE 1 ANIMAL BABIES LAKE RIM PARK 10 a.m. All animals must produce young so that their species can survive. Young animals come in all shapes and sizes and have dif- ferent adaptations to help them survive. Learn about which hatch from eggs, come from a litter, live on their own, or need help from their folks. Make a craft after- wards. This event is for those 6 and under. An adult must be present. To register, call 910-433-1018, 9 a.m. SUNDAY, JUNE 4 SATURDAY, JUNE 3 WADE FOUNDER'S DAY WADE COMMUNITY PARK 9:30 a.m. It's the 15th Annual Wade Founder's Day. This is a free family-fun day. There will be a cake bake contest, arts and crafts ven- dors, stage performances, a classic car show, an antique tractor show, games and prizes. There will also be a parade at 9:30 a.m. For more information, call 910-485-3502. Wade Community Park is located at 4060 Church Street. WORD CLASH II CAPE FEAR REGIONAL THEATRE 10 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. Included in the price of this event is un- limited mimosas and buffet-style brunch. Your ticket also includes 14 rounds of bags, with three faces on each card. This brunch will be set up in one of the most bougie event spaces in town! You'll feel like a queen when you arrive to win your bag. The presenting sponsor, Laundry Day, gives every attendee the chance to win six months' worth of pick-up and delivery laundry services just for purchasing a ticket. The event is broken into time slots. The timed slots are 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. OR 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. To reserve a spot, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bougie-bags-brunch-bottom- less-mimosas-tickets-624959610017. For more information, call 910-920-6640. SUNDAY, JUNE 4 FRIDAY, JUNE 2 ACTION PAINT EXPERIENCE 805 ELM ST 7 p.m. During this "brushes optional" one-hour event, you will paint your ACTION ART with unconventional items: squirt bottles, water guns, paint-filled balloons, textured items, and so much more! Black Canvas' in-house artists will assist with teaching techniques as you create your piece of ACTION ART! Your aspirations, emotions, your passions, all provide the inspiration for your ACTION ART! Black Canvas will provide the supplies, complimentary wine cocktails, the dopest music, and of course the VIBE. This event is 18 plus, and you must present a valid ID for complimentary wine cocktails. Tickets are $15. To get a ticket, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ action-paint-experience-tickets-590318226707. For info call 910-361-2844. HARRY POTTER BRUNCH WORLD OF BEER BAR & KITCHEN

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