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Gentle Yoga

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Gentle Yoga

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Beer, Bingo, & Trivia

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YOGA & VIBE: Beyoncé and Jay-Z

“Trio Minus One” Live at Taphouse

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We Got The Funk

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We Got The Funk

Independence Concert

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Live Film Score

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Veggie Party- Vegan Potluck

Superhero VS Villains Pub Run/Walk

Art Meets Life ft Louis Conphliction

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Seth’s Wish Backyard Cleanup

The Marquis Slam

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Libraries Rock Summer Tour!

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Uncork the Evening – French Edition!

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Grand Opening of The Hemp Farmacy

African World Peace Festival

Summer Art Walkabout

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African World Peace Festival

Historic Tours by Horse & Carriage

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African World Peace Festival

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Backwoods Music Society LIVE

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4th Friday – Midsummer Night Downtown

Daddy Daughter Ball

Fourth Friday Exhibit Opening

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4th Friday – Midsummer Night Downtown

Naked Beauty “Magic In Motion”

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90’s Back to School Party

Brunch & Paint

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ONGOING AND RECURRING EVENTS & EXHIBITIONS
The Arts Center
301 Hay Street

 

 

Cape Fear Studios
148 Maxwell Street

 

City Center Gallery & Books
112 Hay Street

 

Gallery 116th
116 Anderson Street

 

Alter Egos Gallery & Studio
108 Gillespie Street

 

 

Downtown Farmers’ Market / City Market at the Museum 
Fresh produce, local and homemade foods, and crafts of all types are available.
Saturdays from 8:00AM-1:00PM

Fayetteville Area Transportation & Local History Museum
325 Franklin Street

While you’re here, come inside and enjoy these ongoing historical exhibitions:
Punitive Expedition
Edward Evans
Modern Greece:
Local Law Enforcement:
Death and Remembrance: A Historical Perspective:
Frances Benjamin Johnston Photo Exhibit:
200th Anniversary of the Fayetteville Observer:
From State House to Statehood
Lafayette in Fayetteville
Civil War Sesquicentennial Exhibit
Railroading in Fayetteville
Early Camp Bragg and Pope Army Airfield

 

Task Force Ranger and the Battle of Mogadishu

“Task Force Ranger and the Battle of Mogadishu” won the 2015  John Wesley Powell Prize, an award given for historic preservation or display.  All Federal institutions across the nation were considered for this prize that grades exhibits based on its thoroughness of historical research, high level of technical expertise, and the ground breaking aspects of the exhibit. Award Criteria may be found here.  This exhibit is the first time that Special Operations veterans were given permission to share their experiences in a public venue, and the first time their families were interviewed regarding their experiences.  The U.S. Army Center of Military History wrote a detailed article about the exhibit and the reasons for which it was chosen for this award: Task Force Ranger and the Battle of Mogadishu Exhibit; Free

Airborne & Special Operations Museum
100 Bragg Boulevard