FRIDAY

Field of Honor

“The Little Mermaid”

For more information, visit www.cfrt.org.

Fourth Friday

Spring Concert Series

SATURDAY

Korean War Remembrance Ceremony

10 a.m., Airborne and Special Operations Museum.

To honor those from the “Forgotten War” there will be special guests, including the Enduring Freedom Honor Team, a high school band from Fredericksburg, Va. They will be dressed in period clothing and will play the American and Korean national anthems for the ceremony, as well as an additional song.

The guest speaker will be Capt. Ha, who has an inspirational story of his Family walking from North Korea into South Korea.

The Fayetteville Chapter of the Rolling Thunder will be here to share the bios of five North Carolinian Soldiers who are still missing in action from the Korean War. For more information, visit http://www.asomf.org.

Gilbert Glee presents Alice in Wonderland

7:30 p.m., and Sunday, 2 p.m, at the Gilbert Theater. Gilbert Theater’s Glee program will perform their first, full show — the children’s classic, Alice in Wonderland. It’s a story of a young girl who finds herself lost in a world that seems to exist entirely to contradict the rational and uptight life of a girl living in 1860s London. In this world she finds a rabbit more concerned about keeping time than digging up carrots, a Queen of Hearts who derives pleasure from playing croquet using live flamingos as mallets and hedgehogs as balls, and a hatter driven mad by his inability to escape tea-time. For more information, visit www.gilberttheater.com/.

SwampDogs Baseball

7:05 p.m., at J.P. Riddle Stadium. Come out to “The Swamp” and join the fun. The SwampDogs are Fayetteville’s own Collegiate Summer Baseball league. Home games are fun for the entire Family. For more information, visit http://goswampdogs.com/

SUNDAY

Ella!

Long Street Presbyterian Church Reunion

11 a.m., patrons will enjoy a worship service and a potluck picnic lunch, as well as tour the cemetery. For more information, call 396-6680.

MONDAY

Independence Day performance by the North Carolina Symphony

TUESDAY

“T3” Program (Thanking our Troops through Tennis)

 

WEDNESDAY

Summer Reading Program

Autism Support Group

8:30 to 10 a.m., at Linden Oaks Club House.  For information, call 907-5624.

THURSDAY

Hope Mills July 4th Celebration

Hope Mills Park.

Don’t miss the annual Hope Mills July 4 celebration. The day will kick off with a parade at 10 a.m. Then come to Party in the Park with plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy including children’s activities, food, games, music and more! When the sun goes down the fireworks display will begin. For more information, visit www.townofhopemills.com.

SwampDogs July 4th Celebration

2 to 11 p.m., at J.P. Riddle Stadium. Celebrate July 4th at the Swamp, home of the Fayetteville SwampDogs. Festivities include live music and plenty of Family friendly entertainment, with a fireworks display to begin at 9:30 p.m. For more information, visit http://goswampdogs.com.

“Red, White and You” July 4th Concert and Fireworks

COMING SOON

Movie Night at the Beach

McKellar’s Lodge Beer Tasting Dinner

Civilianjobs.com Job Fair

Saturday

Fort Bragg Family 5K

The race is open to all identification cardholders. Children and pets welcome.

N.C. 4th of July Festival Freedom Run

July 4

Myrtle Beach Independence Day 8K/5K

5k Road Race and 1 Mile Fun Run