Its finally fall, a great time to spend outdoors in Wilmington! With pumpkins and mums for sale all over town, it’s clear autumn has arrived. The beach goers have dwindled, and the upcoming season means pets are allowed on Wrightsville Beach and the parking meters have been removed.
In Wilmington, there are numerous outdoor events of all varieties to choose from. On Friday, September 25, the Cape Fear Museum is having its Museum Park grand opening. The following Saturday, Carolina Beach is hosting a “Toes in the Sand Beach Walk” fundraiser to benefit the Pink Ribbon Project at the New Hanover Regional Hospital. “A Taste of Wrightsville Beach” at Marine Max in Wrightsville Beach that offers food, wine, and beer from over thirty restaurants in the area is an event to attend on October 10. Other outdoor events include a color run at Kure Beach, the Wilmington Seafood Festival at Watermark Marina, a walking tour of historic Wilmington, and the annual Wilmington Riverfest in downtown Wilmington.
This season spend some time outdoors and find an event that sounds fun for you and your family. For more information about events happening in Wilmington and the surrounding areas, go to whatsonwilmington.com.