Downtown Fayetteville

Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina

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  1. 1/19/2013

    • MLK Parade
  2. 1/17/2013

    • MLK Vigil
  3. 1/31/2013

    • Songs from the Soul - Arts Council
    • Naked: An Evening of One-Acts
  4. 1/30/2013

    • Songs from the Soul - Arts Council
  5. 1/29/2013

    • Songs from the Soul - Arts Council
  6. 1/28/2013

    • Songs from the Soul - Arts Council
  7. 1/6/2013

    • ASOM Book Signing
    • Life As We Know It
  8. 1/5/2013

    • Life As We Know It
    • Poetry Slam Competition
  9. 1/4/2013

    • Life As We Know It
  10. 1/26/2013

    • Songs from the Soul - Arts Council
  11. 1/25/2013

    • 4th Friday
    • Songs from the Soul Opening
  12. 1/1/2013

    • Naked: An Evening of One-Acts
    • Songs from the Soul - Arts Council

The MLK Jr. Parade begins at noon on Saturday, Jan. 19.  Line up begins at 9 a.m. at the Court House and ends at the Amtrak Station on Hay Street.  Call 922-0275 for more information.

The MLK Vigil is on Thursday, Jan. 17.  For more MLK events around the county, please see www.visitfayetteville.com.

A MLK Vigil will be held at 5:30 p.m. beginning with a march at Bronco Square.  The march will then move up Blue Street, turning on Washington Drive to the MLK Park.  Guest speaker is Pastor Tracey Pounders with Cross Point Church in Hope Mills. Call 922-0275 for more information.

The MLK Parade is on Saturday, Jan. 19.  For more MLK events around the county, please see www.visitfayetteville.com.

Aretha Franklin. Michael Jackson. Whitney Houston. Tina Turner. Ella Fitzgerald. Louis Armstrong. What do these people have incommon? Their portraits will be on display at the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County!

The exciting national touring exhibit called "Songs from the Soul" opened on Jan. 25. The exhibition features electrifying portraits that explore African-American icons in music history. The exhibition is free to the public and is brought by the Arts Council's Friends of African & African-American Art group. The show is open six says a week at the Arts Council (301 Hay St.) from Jan. 25 through Feb. 16.

See Naked: An Evening of One-Acts at the Gilbert Theater (116 Green Street) from January 31-February 10, 2013.  New works written by local playwrights! Showtimes are Thursday-Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 2pm. For information admin@gilberttheater.com, www.gilberttheater.com, 910/678-7186.  For tickets: boxoffice@gilberttheater.com

Naked: An Evening of One-Acts
Written by Stephen Miles, Robyne Parrish and James Dean 
Directed by Robyne Parrish

Aretha Franklin. Michael Jackson. Whitney Houston. Tina Turner. Ella Fitzgerald. Louis Armstrong. What do these people have incommon? Their portraits will be on display at the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County!

The exciting national touring exhibit called "Songs from the Soul" opened on Jan. 25. The exhibition features electrifying portraits that explore African-American icons in music history. The exhibition is free to the public and is brought by the Arts Council's Friends of African & African-American Art group. The show is open six says a week at the Arts Council (301 Hay St.) from Jan. 25 through Feb. 16.

Aretha Franklin. Michael Jackson. Whitney Houston. Tina Turner. Ella Fitzgerald. Louis Armstrong. What do these people have incommon? Their portraits will be on display at the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County!

The exciting national touring exhibit called "Songs from the Soul" opened on Jan. 25. The exhibition features electrifying portraits that explore African-American icons in music history. The exhibition is free to the public and is brought by the Arts Council's Friends of African & African-American Art group. The show is open six says a week at the Arts Council (301 Hay St.) from Jan. 25 through Feb. 16.

Aretha Franklin. Michael Jackson. Whitney Houston. Tina Turner. Ella Fitzgerald. Louis Armstrong. What do these people have incommon? Their portraits will be on display at the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County!

The exciting national touring exhibit called "Songs from the Soul" opened on Jan. 25. The exhibition features electrifying portraits that explore African-American icons in music history. The exhibition is free to the public and is brought by the Arts Council's Friends of African & African-American Art group. The show is open six says a week at the Arts Council (301 Hay St.) from Jan. 25 through Feb. 16.

Sunday, Jan. 6: Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. John Borling will sign his book, “Taps on the Wall: Poems from the Hanoi Hilton,” from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Airborne & Special Operations Museum, 100 Bragg Blvd. Borling will give a brief presentation at 1 p.m. before the signing. The book is on sale at the museum, 100 Bragg Blvd. Information: asomf.org.

The Gilbert Theater, 116 Green St.,  is showing the original comedy “Life As We Know It” Friday through Sunday. The series of comedic plays was written by Fayetteville native Elaine Alexander. Evening performances are at 8 p.m., while the Sunday matinee is at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15. On Saturday, there will be a meet-the-playwright reception after the show. Tickets are $30. Information: gilberttheater.com, 678-7186.

The Gilbert Theater, 116 Green St.,  is showing the original comedy “Life As We Know It” Friday through Sunday. The series of comedic plays was written by Fayetteville native Elaine Alexander. Evening performances are at 8 p.m., while the Sunday matinee is at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15. On Saturday, there will be a meet-the-playwright reception after the show. Tickets are $30. Information: gilberttheater.com, 678-7186.

 The Marquis Market, 116 Person St., will host a poetry slam at 8 p.m. featuring Edward P. Mabrey Jr., an Individual World Poetry Slam Champion. Doors open at 7 p.m. Admission is $2. Information: facebook.com/TheMarquisSlam.

The Gilbert Theater, 116 Green St.,  is showing the original comedy “Life As We Know It” Friday through Sunday. The series of comedic plays was written by Fayetteville native Elaine Alexander. Evening performances are at 8 p.m., while the Sunday matinee is at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15. On Saturday, there will be a meet-the-playwright reception after the show. Tickets are $30. Information: gilberttheater.com, 678-7186.

Aretha Franklin. Michael Jackson. Whitney Houston. Tina Turner. Ella Fitzgerald. Louis Armstrong. What do these people have incommon? Their portraits will be on display at the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County!

The exciting national touring exhibit called "Songs from the Soul" opened on Jan. 25. The exhibition features electrifying portraits that explore African-American icons in music history. The exhibition is free to the public and is brought by the Arts Council's Friends of African & African-American Art group. The show is open six says a week at the Arts Council (301 Hay St.) from Jan. 25 through Feb. 16.

4th Friday continues to be a true celebration of the arts and downtown. Folks of all ages get a taste of Fayetteville's art and entertainment while enjoying the small galleries, bookstores, bistros and shops with unique items for shoppers. Sponsored by the Downtown Alliance and the Arts Council. 6-10pm

The theme for January is Love the One You're With!

Aretha Franklin. Michael Jackson. Whitney Houston. Tina Turner. Ella Fitzgerald. Louis Armstrong. What do these people have incommon? Their portraits will be on display at the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County!

The exciting national touring exhibit called "Songs from the Soul" will open on Jan. 25. The exhibition features electrifying portraits that explore African-American icons in music history. The exhibition is free to the public and is brought by the Arts Council's Friends of African & African-American Art group. The show is open six says a week at the Arts Council (301 Hay St.) from Jan. 25 through Feb. 16.

Make plans now to attend!

See Naked: An Evening of One-Acts at the Gilbert Theater (116 Green Street) from January 31-February 10, 2013.  New works written by local playwrights! Showtimes are Thursday-Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 2pm. For information admin@gilberttheater.com, www.gilberttheater.com, 910/678-7186.  For tickets: boxoffice@gilberttheater.com

Naked: An Evening of One-Acts
Written by Stephen Miles, Robyne Parrish and James Dean 
Directed by Robyne Parrish

 

Aretha Franklin. Michael Jackson. Whitney Houston. Tina Turner. Ella Fitzgerald. Louis Armstrong. What do these people have incommon? Their portraits will be on display at the Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County!

The exciting national touring exhibit called "Songs from the Soul" opened on Jan. 25. The exhibition features electrifying portraits that explore African-American icons in music history. The exhibition is free to the public and is brought by the Arts Council's Friends of African & African-American Art group. The show is open six says a week at the Arts Council (301 Hay St.) from Jan. 25 through Feb. 16.

 
 

 

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