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Flavor of North Carolina: Fall Harvest Fest

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This Saturday is the 4th Annual Flavor of North Carolina: Fall Harvest Fest at the Blockade Runner Beach Resort at Wrightsville Beach. This event is sponsored by the Good Shepard Center, and proceeds from the evening will go towards providing a pathway of self-sufficiency for hungry and homeless people in the community. There will be a whole hog pig pickin’ with all the fixin’s, North Carolina craft beer, Spiked Harvest Cider, wine, and a signature drink. Additionally, there will be fun entertainment with music and dancing, North Carolina trivia, a corn hole tournament, and a bonfire. The most exciting portion of the night is the auction, which includes fabulous items to bid on.

To buy tickets for this great cause visit the website

Low Country Boil and Brew!

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This Sunday, enjoy a low country boil and beer for a good cause! The Wrightsville Beach Brewery is hosting a Low Country Boil & Brew as a fundraising event for the North Carolina Coastal Federation. For 35 years, this organization has been protecting and restoring the North Carolina coast. Cleaner coastal waters, protecting critically important natural habitats, and training students and adults to take actions that benefit the coastal environment are the main goals of the coastal federation.

You can help the cause at the first annual fundraising event on Sunday. From 4:00-7:00pm at the Wrightsville Beach Brewery there will be delicious food, including fresh local seafood. Don’t forget to try the array of craft beer the new brewery has to offer. Additionally, there will be fun for the whole family, with yard games and live music. The music will be provided by a duo that plays a folk and bluegrass music. Another exciting part of the event is the raffle! The Carolina Paddle Board Company has donated a paddleboard, which will be raffled off, and all proceeds will benefit the foundation.

Tickets are $25 for members and $30 for nonmembers. For more information on the event or to purchase tickets visit

Carolina Salutes Gala and Golf Tournament

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The second annual Carolina Salutes Gala and Golf Tournament is taking place this week. Starting Sunday and lasting until Monday, the event benefits USO North Carolina and Folds of Honor.

Sunday night at 5:30 there is a cocktail reception and seated dinner at the CCL Ballroom. The dinner also includes a silent auction and entertainment provided by The USO Metropolitan Show Troupe.

The following morning at the Nicklaus Golf Course, the golf tournament begins at 9:00 with registration, presentation of the colors, the Pledge of Allegiance, and then a shotgun start at 10:30.

This exciting charity event is one you won’t want to miss!

Two Decades of Making a Difference

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The Landfall Foundation has been a huge part of the Wilmington community for the last twenty-two years. The philanthropic organization founded by Frank Kenan is a way for the Landfall Community to help people in the Wilmington area by donating to multiple charities. Since it’s founding in 1995 the foundation has raised over 4 million dollars.

With a minimal overhead of only 3% the vast majority of donations go directly to the community. This is made possible by the low overhead and the board members all being volunteers. In the past twenty-two years eighty non-profits organizations have benefitted from the Landfall Foundation, and the majority of these were in the arts, education, and welfare. A few notable organizations that receive funding are the Landfall Scholars, which grants Landfall employees’ scholarships, Arlie Gardens, St. Mary’s Dental Clinic, and the Brigade Boys and Girls Club.

To help bring in donations the Landfall Foundations hosts numerous fundraisers. The most popular is the Landfall Foundation Gala, which raises almost 70% of the foundation’s revenue. Other events include a gold tournament, marathon, and art show.

The Landfall Foundation has been making a difference in Wilmington for over two decades thanks to the dedication of the board members and the support from the Landfall Community.

Wells Fargo Championship

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The PGA is coming to Wilmington! The Wells Fargo Championship is being held this week at Eagle Point Golf Club. The tournament will host legends including Dustin Johnson, Adam Scott, Jon Rahm, Kevin Kisner, and Phil Mickelson.

Eagle Point’s golf course is a prestigious course that is 7,259 yards full of live oaks, sable palms, and stunning views of the Intracoastal Waterway. The course, ranked in Golf Digest’s top 100 golf courses in America, is an idyllic setting for the Wells Fargo Championship.

This is the first PGA Tour event to visit Wilmington in 45 years. The Landfall Realty team will be attending the event. If you can’t make it to the event, you can watch at home. The tournament will be broadcast live all weekend on CBS and Golf Channel.

For more information on the event visit the Wells Fargo Championship website:

Vintage Values Holiday Toy Drive

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wrap-up-your-hopes-and-dreams-11-16-16Vintage Values in Wilmington is now accepting donations for their Annual Toy Drive! The organization, which is run by the Domestic Violence Shelter and Services, is collecting new unwrapped toys from now until December 10th to be given to children who have been affected by Domestic Violence.

Additionally, year round Vintage Values accepts donations of gently used clothing and household items, which are then sold in one of their stores. To make a donation you can stop by one of their locations at 609 Castle St, 413 S. College Rd, or 5226 S. College Rd. Your donation could make a big difference to a family in need.

Landfall Foundation Golf Tournament and Awards

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Next Monday, October 17th, the Landfall Foundation is sponsoring a golf benefit open to all Country Club of Landfall Members. The tournament will be played on 18 holes of the Nicklaus Course with a 1:00pm shotgun start. There are three flights for three different levels of play, and you can register as a single or in a group. There will be awards for every flight based on one best net ball per hole. Following the golf portion there is a cocktail hour and awards dinner. The cost is $150 per player or $40 for only the evening cocktail hour and dinner. For more information on the Landfall Foundation Golf and Awards visit their website This is a great opportunity to have fun and raise money for a great organization.


Landfall’s Golf and Games Day

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This Monday at Landfall, the Good Shepard Center is hosting the 13th Annual Golf and Games Day for members. The day is filled with activities, and they have something for everyone. At the Nicklaus Golf Course the golf tournament begins at 1:00pm. The fee is $200 and includes golf, cart, practice range, gift bag and dinner. That morning from 9:00-11:00 there will be a tennis tournament which is followed by an optional lunch. The games portion of the day includes duplicate bridge, party bridge, mah jongg, Mexican train, and poker, which will be played at the Nicklaus Clubhouse. There is an optional lunch for the players at 11:30am, and then the games start at 12:30pm. Throughout the game day there will be refreshments and raffles. The event ends with a dinner at the Country Club of Landfall, which includes special speakers, golf awards, and a Silent Auction. Proceeds from the day go to the Good Shepard Center, which feeds the hungry and shelters the homeless.

The Landfall Foundation Gala: Havana Nights

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Havana Nights is the theme this year for the 20th Annual Landfall Foundation Gala! The event is this Saturday, April 2nd, at the Country Club of Landfall at 6:00pm. Patrons will spend the evening at the Cuban theme party, which is set in the 1950’s, enjoying the Caribbean décor, Latin food, and specialty drinks. There will also be percussion and dance performances, followed by the popular band Jack Jack 180. Ken Beasley will be leading the live auction, with opportunities to bid on fabulous dinners, amazing trips, jewelry, and more.

Proceeds from the gala benefit the Landfall Foundation with grants that go to deserving charities in the Wilmington area. Grants totaling $360,000 were distributed last year from the foundation to 78 local non-profit organizations. In the past 20 years the Landfall Foundation has donated over $3.4 million through individual and capital grants, and scholarships.

Come enjoy a memorable night in 1950’s Cuba and help a worthwhile cause give back to the local community! To become a sponsor or purchase tickets visit their website

NHRMC I Heart Fashion Benefit

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Today, February 24th, the I Heart Fashion Benefit will be held at the Coastline Convention Center starting at 7:00pm. The event, which is put on by the New Hanover Regional Medical Center benefits the Heart Center. Proceeds this year will go towards the purchase of an electronic patient tracking system and board for the Heart Center Catheterization and Electrophysiology labs. The Fashion Benefit is an opportunity to check out the latest fashions, which will be modeled by community members, hospital employees, and patients. There are over 40 models walking the runway who will be wearing collections from local shops and boutiques in the Wilmington area. Tickets cost $35.00 a person and include hors d’oeuvres and two drink tickets. To purchase your ticket visit