Up & Coming Weekly

October 31, 2023

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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM November 1 - 7, 2023 UCW 3 Submit your events and activities to editor@upandcomingweekly.com WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLy.COM THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2 HOLLY DAY FAIR CROWN COMPLEX The 56th Annual Holly Day Fair kicks off Nov. 2 at the Crown Expo Center. Organized by the Junior League of Fayetteville, this event is a comprehensive shopping experience for the holiday season featuring more than 150 vendors. Attendees can expect a wide range of unique handcrafted and manufactured products, including holiday decorations, artisan crafts, trendy jewelry and clothing, children's toys, specialty food items, and much more. Tickets are $10. Ticket Link: https://bit.ly/3McpkRi THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16 VIVALDI'S "THE FOUR SEASONS" ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Fayetteville State University's Theatre & Dance department presents the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, "Ruined," written by Lynn Nottage. This production will command the spotlight at the Butler Theatre throughout the month of November. This masterpiece transports viewers to the heart of the Civil War in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where the indomitable spirit of women is tested to its limits. Nottage's compelling narrative delves into the lives of these women, showcasing their resilience and unwavering determination to survive against insurmountable odds. Event Link: https://bit.ly/3Se7UaF 2 p.m. You are invited to partake in a seafood feast that will surely satisfy your cravings. This gathering celebrates the rich heritage of coastal cooking, with a focus on the delectable preparation of freshly caught blue crabs and crispy fried fish. This much-anticipated occasion promises an abundance of all- you-can-eat fresh blue crabs, a serving of fish and chips, lively music, and a family-friendly atmosphere that welcomes guests of all ages. Ticket Link: https://bit.ly/3FxMfTs CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING DIRTBAG ALES 6:30 p.m. Dirtbag Ales will host a special Christmas Tree Lighting celebration. Experience the delightful ambiance as their taproom and pavilion are beautifully adorned with enchanting Christmas lights. You can enjoy your favorite Christmas carols performed by the talented Fayetteville Sound Barbershop. Munchies will be offering a selection of popcorn and candy. Additionally, Trade Craft Coffee Roasters will be serving delicious coffee and hot chocolate to keep you warm. Bring your blankets and chairs for the screen- ing of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" once the sun sets. $10 donations encouraged. Event Link: https://bit.ly/3QeYzNq THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4 10 a.m. It is the first annual Hybrid Highland Games at The Downtown Market of Fayetteville. They have partnered up with Rogue Alpha Athletics to present the games and to raise money for The Care Clinics 30th Anniversary Celebration. Compete as a team or individual. Registration is $35. Registration Link: https://bit.ly/3MhJPMy 12 p.m. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11 12 p.m. Join Dirtbag Ales for their special event, the Military Family Appreciation Day, where they will also be unveiling our brand new brew, Heroes Homecoming Pilsner. The Military Family Appreciation Day promises to be a fantastic event for the entire family. Make sure to take advantage of the complimentary family photobooth, get to know local Military service organizations, participate in the exciting Hope Mills Chili Cook-off, and much more! Facebook Event Link: https://bit.ly/3QcQ9G3 RUINED PLAY BY LYNN NOTTAGE FSU THEATRE & DANCE 7:30 p.m. Experience the captivating melodies of Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" and more, as you join the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra at the enchanting St. John's Episcopal Church. Let Concertmaster Fabian Lopez guide you on a musical odyssey through a selection of exquisite compositions. Tickets range from $5-$32 Ticket Link: https://bit.ly/3tSFs3X SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9 8 p.m. Yellow Beanie Project brings you a new adaptation of Mary Shelly's gothic science-fiction story. Join the epic story of Victor Frankenstein's descent into madness in an intimate, black box setting with live music. Adapted and Directed by Michael Curtis Houck, Original Music and Lyrics by Mia Sgambellone and Music Direction by Deƫ Jones. Ticket Link: https://bit.ly/46YP8YY SOUTHEAST CRAB FEST 6627 OLD BUNCE ROAD FRANKENSTEIN ARTS COUNCIL HEROES HOMECOMING DIRTBAG ALES HYBRID HIGHLAND GAMES THE DOWNTOWN MARKET OF FAYETTEVILLE

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