Salute to Hometown Heroes

Enjoy the Army Ground Forces Band in a Summer Salute Concert Series, “A Salute to America.” The first selection in the series features the Concert Band in “Salute to Hometown Heroes.”

For more information, call 570-7223.

238th Army Birthday Swim

Through June 14, at Twin Lions or Atchley pools.  For more information, call 908-3198.

2013 Army Arts & Crafts Contest

“Groucho Marx: A Life in Revue”



CYSS Fishing Derby

For ages 5 to 15, at McFayden Pond.  Registration open through today.  Free and open to the public.  For more information, call 908-2619.

Summer Splash Bash

1 to 5 p.m., at Atchley, Twin Lions and Normandy pools and Smith Lake.  Music, crafts, give-aways, and prizes.  For more information, call 908-3198 or 396-5979.

A Day in the Life of a Civil War Soldier

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

Father Daughter Dinner & Dance

6 to 8:30 p.m., at Hope Mills Recreation Center.

Father Daughter Dinner and Dance sponsored by Hope Mills Parks and Recreation. Enjoy dinner, dancing, photos and fun. For more information, call 426-4109.

2nd Saturdays Summer Arts Fest

Open Mic Night

6:30 p.m., at Detour Coffee House in Fayetteville.

Great sound, great coffee and food. A unique opportunity to get feedback, collaborate with other artists, and even take home a recording of your performance. For more information, visit

Sandhills Farmers Market

The Sandhills Farmers Market is known for its friendly country atmosphere, handcrafted items, and quality canned goods. Get to know the growers who provide tasty, healthy, locally grown food. You can even pull up a chair and sit a spell. For more information, visit /


WWE Live

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Downtown Raleigh Food Truck Rodeo

For more information, visit downtownraleigh


Field of Honor

Through June 29,  at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum.

Airborne and Special Operations Museum and the Fayetteville Downtown Alliance host the N.C. Field of Honor, a living display of heroism that flies as a patriotic tribute to the strength and unity of Americans.


Dollar Days at Airborne Lanes

For more information, call 432-6899.

Budget and Debt Management Class


Installation Quarterly Town Hall


Josh the baby Otter


MWR Auction

Father Daughter Ball


17th Annual Army Birthday 10-Miler:

6:30 a.m., at Hedrick Stadium.

The rolling course and seasonal climate will make for a challenging race. For more information, visit


8:30 a.m., at Honeycutt Park., 352 Devers St., Fayetteville. Registration fee, $25 day of race. For more information, visit

June 22

The Little Gym of Fayetteville 5K Run/Walk:

9 a.m., at Ray Avenue and Rowan Street, Fayetteville. The Little Gym of Fayetteville presents One Step at a Time: The First Annual TLG 5K Walk/Run and Food Drive. Admission is $10 per adult with five non-perishable food items. Get your little ones moving and encourage them to be citizen kids as we donate food to those in need in Cumberland County. After the race, the Little Gym of Fayetteville will host some fun activities for the kids and the adults at Festival Park.

June 29

Fort Bragg Family 5K:

8 a.m. at Hedrick Stadium. This non-competitive, free, fun 5K walk/run allows everyone to enjoy a day of exercise. Prizes will be given away, and wellness and healthy living vendors will be on site. The race is open to all identification cardholders. Children and pets welcome.