WECT.com announced that the Rain Garden Park and the picnic areas of the Cape Fear Museum are now a certified wildlife habitat. Read more about it and how you can benefit!
Saw this on PortCityDaily.com!
As part of the Citadel’s “Citadel at Sea’ program the Spirit sailing vessel will be make a two night visit to Wilmington. The Spirit of South Carolina will be at the Port City Marina on May 25-27.
“The ‘Citadel at Sea’ program takes place aboard Charleston’s own Spirit of South Carolina, a 140-foot, traditional sailing vessel dedicated to providing a unique educational platform for the Palmetto State. Live, sail and learn aboard the Spirit of South Carolina!”
The first summer session itenary includes Charleston, Wilmington, Norfolk and Washington, D.C. – Website of Citadel at Sea
“encore’s Wilmington Restaurant Week is returning for Spring 2018! Beginning Wednesday, April 4th, through Wednesday, April 11th, Port City diners will once again be able to enjoy 8 days of culinary delights. There are no tickets or passes are required. Food lovers may simply dine out at as many participating restaurants as they like during encore’s Wilmington Restaurant Week” Source: encorepub.com
“The YWCA Lower Cape Fear is proud to announce the unveiling of a new business development initiative, Coastal Women’s Ventures, created in partnership with Carolina Small Business Development Fund. Coastal Women’s Ventures is a collaborative program focused on creating and supporting small business opportunities for women entrepreneurs through business coaching, mentoring, small business education, and connecting participants to loan capital.” Source: YWCA
The Fayetteville Observer posted, “Secrets, denials and toxic water: The story behind the GenX crisis“. An excerpt:
“Last June, news broke in the Wilmington Star-News that GenX had contaminated the Cape Fear River and the drinking water for an estimated 250,000 people from Cumberland County to the coast. Researchers found not only GenX, but an entire stew of…” (CONTINUED in the article)
In the post, “Panthers’ Christian McCaffrey to headline 910Preps banquet“, The Fayetteville Observer reported that:
Christian McCaffrey (a sophomore Carolina Panther) will “share his story with a select group of high school athletes at The Fayetteville Observer’s inaugural Best of 910Preps Awards Banquet on June 9 at the Crown Expo Center, sponsored by Village Family Dental.”
WWAYTV3.com reports that “JAMES P. MORTON CHOSEN AS NEXT CFCC PRESIDENT, PENDING STATE BOARD APPROVAL“
The Cape Fear Craft Beer Alliance is hosting the second annual Cape Fear Craft Beer Week, running from March 23 to April 2.