Cape Fear Weekend Planner: 7 things to do this weekend

(Martin Luther King Jr. Day is January 18, 2021)
(Cameron Art Museum’s ‘I Have a Dream’ peace flag project will be held this weekend. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is January 18, 2021)

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Friday, January 15

 

DIY Beginner’s Casted Resin & Alcohol Ink Coaster Class

1122 Garden Club Way, Leland | 6 – 8 p.m. | Details

  • Learn the basics of creating your very own resin and alcohol ink coaster set! Instruction/guidance will be provided and you’ll have access to all the inks, resin, and tools you’ll need to create a set of four (4) resin casted coasters. You can choose from round, square, or hexagon shaped.

Night Tours of the Burgwin-Wright House

Burgwin-Wright House & Gardens | 8 p.m. | Details

  • Experience Colonial nightlife at the Burgwin-Wright House! Guided by interpreters, they’ll reveal the rituals and superstitions of bygone times- a life without electricity and modern conveniences. There will be a tour at 8pm and 9pm. Fee is $12 plus tax per person. Space is limited, so advance registration is required.

Seaglass Salvage Market

5601 Castle Hayne Rd | 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. | Details

  • Seaglass Salvage Market convenes in its new location in Castle Hayne, NC, and features more than 50 local vendors selling handmade, homemade, resale and retail items. Masks required and CDC regulations will be followed.

 

Saturday, January 16

 

I Have a Dream Peace Flag Project

Cameron Art Museum | 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Details

  • The Cameron Art Museum invites the community to take inspiration from King’s iconic speech from 1963 and think deeply about our own hopes and dreams for ourselves, our city, our nation, and the world. These dreams will be written on squares of cloth, emblematic of the peace prayer flags created for centuries in Tibet. Your peace flag will be included in a community installation that will be displayed around the CAM pond. Together, these flags represent our collective desire for racial unity, community healing, and peace.

Wilmington Jewish Film Festival Pop-Up Film

Online | Details

  • The Wilmington Jewish Film Festival Pop-Up Film features Aulcie, a documentary about Aulcie Perry, an African-American professional basketball player who was recruited to play for the Tel Aviv Israel Maccabi basketball team. He converted to Judaism, fell in love with Israel and became a citizen. The film will be available to view for 48 hours beginning at 7pm on January 16 and ending January 18 at 7pm.

Smore’s Night

The Office Coffee and Wine Bar | 6 p.m. | Details

  • Grab the kiddos and head out to The Office’s first  S’mores Night. They will have Smore’s Kits READY.

Seaglass Salvage Market

5601 Castle Hayne Rd | 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. | Details

  • Seaglass Salvage Market convenes in its new location in Castle Hayne, NC, and features more than 50 local vendors selling handmade, homemade, resale and retail items. Masks required and CDC regulations will be followed.

 

Sunday, January 17

 

C R A F T E D Consciously Curated Makers Market

Alcove Beer Garden | 12 – 4 p.m. | Details

  • Shop awesome local makers, listen to live music from Jared Sales and Tyrek Hearon, grab grub from Chrome Gnome Food Truck, and sip on some Outpost Coffee or brews from the Alcove!

I Have a Dream Peace Flag Project

Cameron Art Museum | 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. | Details

  • The Cameron Art Museum invites the community to take inspiration from King’s iconic speech from 1963 and think deeply about our own hopes and dreams for ourselves, our city, our nation, and the world. These dreams will be written on squares of cloth, emblematic of the peace prayer flags created for centuries in Tibet. Your peace flag will be included in a community installation that will be displayed around the CAM pond. Together, these flags represent our collective desire for racial unity, community healing, and peace.

Wilmington Jewish Film Festival Pop-Up Film

Online | Details

  • The Wilmington Jewish Film Festival Pop-Up Film features Aulcie, a documentary about Aulcie Perry, an African-American professional basketball player who was recruited to play for the Tel Aviv Israel Maccabi basketball team. He converted to Judaism, fell in love with Israel and became a citizen. The film will be available to view for 48 hours beginning at 7pm on January 16 and ending January 18 at 7pm.

Seaglass Salvage Market

5601 Castle Hayne Rd | 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. | Details

  • Seaglass Salvage Market convenes in its new location in Castle Hayne, NC, and features more than 50 local vendors selling handmade, homemade, resale and retail items. Masks required and CDC regulations will be followed.

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