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.
This classic stately Georgian house located on a peaceful street in sought after phase I of Landfall, captures the serenity of a stunning pond and golf views. Updates throughout this open floor plan home include, a beautiful kitchen with stainless appliances and granite countertops. This well-maintained dwelling boasts everything you would expect; an elegant light and airy foyer with custom staircase, library with gorgeous built-ins, first floor master suite, French doors, transoms, extensive moldings and beautiful cherry hardwood floors. Upstairs includes 4 spacious bedrooms, a large bonus/media room and a cozy den that would make a great workout room. This showpiece also offers a circular driveway and an extra large 3 car garage.
It’s time for the 16th Annual Collegiate Golf Tournament, The Landfall Tradition! Eighteen women’s college teams, hosted by the UNCW Seahawks, will be competing for first place. Attending will be four of the nation’s top 10 best teams in the county, which are Alabama, Florida, Duke, and Furman. Additionally, last years champion South Carolina will also be competing to defend their title. This is always a close competition with last year’s tournament ending in a tie breaker.
The tournament takes place this weekend October 27-29th at the Dye Course at the Country Club of Landfall. For more information on this exciting event visit their website http://landfalltradition.com.
This Halloween the Country Club of Landfall has fun events for all ages!
For children there is a Halloween dinner movie party. This party takes place Friday, October 27th from 6:00pm-9:30pm. The movie that will be shown is Hotel Transylvania.
For children aged ten and up there is a Double Digits Halloween Party. This year’s theme is creepy carnival. This scary event will be held in the Heron Room at the Landfall Clubhouse on Friday, October 20, from 6:30pm until 9:00pm. There will be light snacks and lots of spooky Halloween fun!
Finally, for adults there is a Halloween party with live music! Dance the night away with the band, The Imitations. Additionally, there will be outdoor fire pits, perfect for socializing around. Costumes are encouraged so come to dressed to impress! The party takes place Friday, October 27th from 7:00pm-11:00pm at the Nicklaus Clubhouse.
The Wilmington Symphony Orchestra has a concert Mozart and Brahms, this Saturday. This exciting performance features international pianist, Dr. Barry Salwen. Barry has not only received his bachelor, master, and doctorate degree from Julliard, but has performed and given master classes all over the world, including Asia, Israel, Europe, and the US.
Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 24 and Brahm’s Symphony No. 2 are two of the pieces that will be performed on Saturday. The concert starts at 7:30pm at the Wilson Center located at Cape Fear Community College. For more information visit their website, http://www.wilmingtonsymphony.org/next-concert.html.
This is a gorgeous custom built home with large spacious rooms, including many updated features. With four bedrooms and five bathrooms this home has plenty of room! There are new appliances, new master bath plumbing fixtures, and hardwood floors throughout the house. There is carpet in the bonus room/bedroom 4 only. A sprawling fenced in back yard overlooks the Nicklaus Marsh Course’s 8th hole. Sidewalks in Landfall II make this area great for walking, and there is quick access to Arboretum gate for shopping, dining and recreation.
Wednesday October 5th, is the Investors Roundtable of Wilmington meeting. Michael Thompson will be the featured speaker at the meeting, and will be talking about TC2000, a charting tool for technical analysis. Michael is the Director of Education and Business Relations at Worden Brothers and has taught classes on the program for over 16 years. TC2000 is a program that scans stocks to determine which ones are consolidating, breaking out, or experiences major divergences. The portion of the program he focuses on teaching is about trading personalities and priorities. This meeting will take place at noon at the Country Club of Landfall.
The Investors Roundtable is an educational forum that discusses financial, economic, and business information to private investors. These meetings are held monthly, with lunch served at 12pm followed by the speaker’s presentation. This is an exciting opportunity to learn about the stock market!
Gorgeous new construction coastal cottage! This welcoming home is located in the heart of Landfall, within walking distance to the Landfall Clubhouse. There are four bedrooms, two on the first floor and two on the second floor. Additionally, there are four full bathroom and one half bath.
Built by premier builder Venture Homes, this home will be completed around February. There’s still time to add your personal touch, you can still pick your colors and make selections now!
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.