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18 SEPTEMBER 14-20, 2016 WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM fields, tennis courts and frisbee golf course. Dotted along the drive through the park are multiple single-family shelters, complete with picnic table and grill that are perfect for a picnic with some of your favorite people. Have a bigger crowd? There are several group shelters that can reserved for fam- ily reunions, team picnics or other larger events. An amazing path runs through the park and down by the Cape Fear, so you can walk off your pic- nic. Arnette Park is a great family destination and is the Best Local Picnic Area. Best Martial Arts Instruction Team Tiger Karate 6411 Camden Road, Suite 105 910.366.4381 www.teamtigerkarate.com Shogun Chuck Cook is head instruc- tor at Team Tiger Karate. Known throughout the area for empowering youth and motivating people, the dojo is open to children ages 3-12 for after school programs. 6411 Camden Road, Suite 105. Classes are offered from Monday through Thursday and also on Saturdays for appointment only or occasional self-defense class offerings. Those over the age of 13 can enroll in Shotokan Karate, which combines train- ing to develop a strong body, as well as development of the mind and character. In addition, techniques are always taught with the understanding of how they could be applied in a self-defense situation. Whether you are looking to get healthier, learn self defense, or just looking for stress relief, Shotokan Karate could be right for you. Best Place to Walk Your Dog and Take a Hike Cape Fear River Trail 631 Sherman Drive 910.433.1579 www.fcpr.us Voted the Best Place to Walk Your Dog, the Cape Fear River Trail is a 4.3 mile, paved, linear trail that winds through the woods along the Cape Fear River. You can walk among the trees' canopy when you traverse the covered bridge that spans across a deep ravine and waterfall. An 800-foot boardwalk takes you through a wetland area teaming with wildlife. A couple of steep hills can challenge your fit- ness goals. Parking is available at the trail heads at Clark Park off Sherman Drive or the Jordan Soccer Complex on Treetop Drive Your four-legged friend is always welcome at the Cape Fear River Trail. Leashed dogs are welcomed on the Cape Fear River Trail, and quality time spent with your favorite canine companion in the trail's natural beauty will be a delight for both of you! Best Recreation Center Hope Mills Recreation Center 5776 Rockfish Road, Hope Mills 910.424.4500 www.townofhopemills.com The Hope Mills Recreation Center offers a little something for everyone from exercise classes to youth nights out to recreation and crafts. There is also a skate park adjacent to the rec- reation center, as well as ball fields. The game room is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. The recreation staff also puts on several unique events throughout the year from the Miss Hope mills Cotton Pageant to the annual Breakfast With Santa and the Daddy/Daughter dance. Best Moving Company • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • 2013 •2014 •2015 •2016 1517 Hope Mills Rd. 910-826-MOVE 910-630-MOVE (6683) Hudson is excited that daddy's number one again! Thank You Fayetteville For voting us eight years in a row Free Estimates • Reasonable Rates • Fully Insured Residential & Commercial UP & COM ING W EEKLY 'S Your Community Handbook News, Views, Arts and Entertainment. Fayetteville's Community Newspaper providing useful information for you every week. www.upandcomingweekly.com 910.484.6200 Update Inside UPDATE INSIDE CUMBERLAND MATTERS Bring Your Love Downtown The Night They Invented Champagne Entertains FEBRUARY 9-15, 2011 FEBRUARY 9-15, 2011 VOLUME 16 ISSUE 06 VOLUME 16 ISSUE 06 Focus On Fayetteville INSIDE I Love Downtown Fayetteville Quacks Up Duck Derby Slated