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The Great Oaks Club

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It’s time to join the Landfall Great Oaks Club! Next Wednesday, September 13th, is the start of a new year at the women only Great Oaks Club. The club plans exciting programs throughout the year. The activities vary and include gardening, theatre and film, local authors and historians, fashion shows, luncheons, home and garden tours, day trips, and more!

Meeting the second Wednesday of every month, September through May, the club is fantastic for socializing and meeting neighbors. The Great Oaks Welcome Luncheon is next Wednesday at 11:30am. To learn more about the club visit their website http://www.greatoaksclub.com.

 

September Events at Landfall

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Next week at the Country Club of Landfall there are events happening for everyone. First, on Labor Day, September 4th, there is a tennis mixer. This event starts at 9:00am and lasts until 11:00am and is for men and women.

The next day is the Kid’s Club- Homework Hustle. The Homework Hustle is from3:30 until 5:00 every Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon in September at the Nicklaus Clubhouse. It’s a great time to enjoy snacks, hang out with friends, and get homework done.

The Marietta Wine Tasting is Wednesday, September 6th, at 6:00pm. This is a great chance to try out new wines and discover your new favorite! The tasting will be held at the Country Club of Landfall Clubhouse.

Finally, on Friday is the Couples PM Golf Mixer. Starting at 4:00pm at the Nicklaus course there will be 9 holes played. Each player will tee off and then choose the best drive within their team of four and play that ball from that point. This is a fun event to get active and enjoy the gorgeous September weather!

Family Friyay

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Its Family Friyay! Tomorrow at 6:00pm the Country Club of Landfall is hosting the free family event at the Landfall Clubhouse. Spend your Friday evening enjoying the gorgeous weather while overlooking Nicklaus Golf Course and spending time with family and friends. There will be plenty of fun activities for everyone to get involved. A dunk tank, lawn games, and face painting are some of the festivities that will be at Family Friyay. Additionally, there will be a DJ playing music adding to the party atmosphere. Food and drinks will be available by signature. This is a fun event you won’t want to miss!

Tony Bennett performs in Wilmington

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Legendary singer Tony Bennett is coming to Wilmington! This Friday the singer will be performing at the Wilson Center in downtown Wilmington. Having won over 19 Grammy Awards and the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, Tony Bennett is a spectacular musician. After 60 years in the music industry, Bennett has had numerous hits including, “Steppin’ Out With My Baby” and “I Left My Heart In San Francisco”.

The Wilson Center is Cape Fear Community College’s art hub. The elegant venue has three floors, a wrap around stage, and balcony. Other notable acts coming this Fall are the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra, the Doobie Brothers, Tony Danza, and The Sound of Music. For tickets visit their website http://cfcc.edu/capefearstage/.

18th Annual Landfall Foundation Art Show and Sale

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The 18th Annual Landfall Foundation Art Show and Sale is taking place this month! A major fundraiser for the foundation, this is event is always exciting. The show takes place at the Nicklaus Clubhouse at the Country Club of Landfall from August 17th through the 19th. Additionally, there will be a preview party, to view and purchase artwork, the night before for Gala sponsors. Landfall Realty is a proud sponsor of the event that funds a large portion of Landfall Foundation’s charitable works.

There is an expansive array of art at the show, which includes watercolor, oils, ceramics, mixed mediums, pastel, photography, sculpture, and fiber art. The event is also beneficial to the community because the show features art from 100 local and regional artists. The art show will be judged by Dan Beck, a recipient of three national art awards in just the last year for Oil Painters of America National Exhibit, American Impressionist Society National Exhibition, and Oil Painters of America Eastern Regional Exhibition.

For over two decades the Landfall Foundation has been giving back to the community. The Art Show and Sale is one of their largest fundraisers and raised over $25,000 last year. Since its beginning the Foundation has raised nearly four million dollars, which it donates to local non-profit organizations. For more information on the Landfall Foundation and the Art Show visit their website http://landfallfoundation.org.

Lumina Festival of the Arts

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The Lumina Festival of the Arts is happening now until the end of July at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. The festival celebrates the arts in the Coastal South, featuring dance, film, visual art, poetry, and opera.

One of the most anticipated events is the opera Carmen. The opera, which is sung in French, is full of love, lust, and murder. Another highlight of the event is Shakespeare’s play “Much Ado About Nothing”, a comedy about a feuding couple that begins to reconcile their relationship. The concert portion of the festival includes a jazz workshop, Mozart concert, piano trio, and a guitar quartet.

For a full list of the performances during the Lumina Festival of the Arts visit their website http://uncw.edu/arts/lumina/index.html.

July 4th Celebrations at Landfall

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The Country Club of Landfall is hosting their Annual July 3rd Independence Day celebrations!

Dinner starts at 6:00pm and the menu is perfect for the holiday! The buffet includes roasted chicken, barbecued salmon, pulled pork, corn on the cob, potato salad, corn bread, and roasted potatoes. Additionally, there is a kid’s buffet that offers chicken tenders and mac n cheese.

From 7:00 until 9:00 there will be music, drinks, and kids games at the Nicklaus Clubhouse. The firework show starts at dusk so be sure to bring your lawn chair or blanket!

Happy Fourth of July!

July 4th Celebrations in Historic Downtown Wilmington

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We’re only one week away from July 4th! Come celebrate the holiday in Downtown Wilmington. There are festivities from 6:00pm until 9:30pm. The fun begins with live music. A local favorite, Port City Shakedown will be performing along the Cape Fear River. Grab dinner at one of the numerous food vendors that will be located on Water St and Riverfront Park. The highlight of the night is the spectacular fireworks show! The fireworks will be launched from a barge in the Cape Fear River at 9:05pm. The best view for the fireworks show will be along Front Street. For more information on the event visit their website http://www.wilmingtonnc.gov/departments/parks-recreation/events-permits/4th-of-july.

Thalian Hall

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This summer enjoy a show at one of the oldest Theaters in the United States. Thalian Hall, which has been open since 1858, is a major asset to the local economy. Built when Wilmington was the largest city in North Carolina the theater has seen a lot of changes. During the Civil War it was constantly used as a place of amusement, later notable actors such as Buffalo Bill Cody and Sir Henry Lauder performed there. Even though there have been repairs due to a small fire and renovations the theater has remained the mostly unchanged in an attempt to preserve the historical integrity of the building.

Over the next few months there will be a multitude of shows at Thalian Hall. Currently playing is the popular musical Jesus Christ Superstar followed by the classic Bye Bye Birdie next week. Additional shows include Norman, Camelot, How to Eat Like a Child, Paris Can Wait, and South Pacific.

This summer make some time to enjoy a show and experience the rich history of Thalian Hall!

For more information on the upcoming shows visit their website http://www.thalianhall.org/events.