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Area Events Calendar for July 20th, 2016

By / Local Events / Wednesday, 20 July 2016 04:00

Calendar of Events for 2016

• May 28–Oct 1 - Carolina Beach Farmers
Market every Saturday (910-458-2977)
• June 14–Aug 23 - Tuesday Family Night
 at Carolina Beach Boardwalk
• May 25–Aug 31 - Wednesday Night Bingo
at Carolina Beach Boardwalk
• May 27-Sept 2 - Fireworks every Thursday Night
on the Beach (910-458-8434)
• May 27-Sept 2 - Weekly Boardwalk Music
Every Thursday (910-458-8434)
• May 29-Sept 4 - Free Movies at the Carolina Beach
Lake every Sunday (910-458-8434)
• June 10-Aug 26 - FREE Summer Concerts
2nd and 4th Fridays (910-458-8434)
• June 14–Aug 30 - Kure Beach Market (910-458-8216)
• August 27 - Carolina Street Arts Festival from 10 am to 5 pm on Cape Fear Blvd. in Carolina Beach. (610.909.7643)
• September 10 - 4th Annual Heart of Hope Run (910-228-5282)
• September 16-17 - 4th Annual Carolina Beach Dragon
Boat Regatta and Festival (910-599-2879)
• September 24 - 4th Annual Pleasure Island Day of Hope
“Toes in the Sand” Walk (910-458-9453)
• October 8 & 9 - 23rd Annual Seafood, Blues
and Jazz Festival (910-458-8434)
• October 15 - 8th Annual Salty Paws Festival (910-458-7233)
• October 16 - Carolina Beach Marathon and
 Half Marathon (919-889-3438)
• October 21,22,23 - 10th Annual Pleasure Island
Surf Fishing Challenge (910-452-6378)
• October 22 - Annual Carolina Beach Firefighters
Association BBQ (910-458-8434)
• November 25 - Island of Lights Light Up
Celebration at the Lake (910-458-5507)
• Nov 25, 26/Dec 3,10,17 - 8th Annual Christmas by the Sea (Carolina Beach Boardwalk) (910-458-8434)
 • December 2 - Island of Lights Parade (910-458-5507)
• December  3 - Island of Lights Flotilla (910-458-0211)
• December 9, 10, 11 - Kure Beach Fantasy
Christmas Show (910-619-2050)
• December 10 - Island of Lights Tour of Homes (910-458-5007)
• December 31 - New Year’s Eve
Countdown/Fireworks Kure Beach  
For more information or updates visit the
PI COC website at

Bounce Part Band to Play Friday’s Free Summer Concert

This Friday the Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce will host their Free Summer Concert featuring “Bounce! Party Band.” The event will be held along the scenic Cape Fear River at the Fort Fisher Air Force Recreation Area in Kure Beach with live entertainment each Summer on the second and fourth Friday each in June, July and August from 6:30pm until 8:30pm. “BOUNCE Party Band” is a high energy party band from Burlington, they will be playing all your favorite dance and sing-a-long songs from the last 40 years. This outside event is weather permitting, Visit the Pleasure Island Chamber online at  for a fill calendar of events.

Summer Reading On Pleasure Island

Both the Pleasure Island Branch Library and Carolina Beach Elementary School are hosting fun summer reading programs. The Pleasure Island Branch Library hosts tons of fun activities through the Summer months including Hule Hooping Demos, visit from the folks at the Carolina Beach State Park and more! The Pleasure Island Branch Library is located at 1401 North Lake Park Boulevard in the Food Lion Shopping Center. They are open Monday through Thursday from 9:00am until 6:00pm, Fridays from 9:00am until 5:00pm and Saturday from 9:00am until 1:00pm, closing Sundays. While you are there make sure you ask about their Summer Reading Program! Most event require pre-registration, visit for details. New Hanover County Schools will host summer library programs at Carolina Beach Elementary School every Thursday in July from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.  During these programs: Students will be encouraged to check out books for summer reading;  Students will receive a personal invitation that includes dates/times for not only returning these materials and checking out new ones, but also for participation in a huge variety of great programs while at the library. Any NHCS student will be allowed to participate in any program and checkout/return materials at any of the participating locations.  NHCS Media Coordinators will be collecting data throughout the summer, which will be analyzed in August to help determine the success of the program. Please visit the Summer Reading Program website for a complete schedule and calendar of events:

Ft. Fisher State Historic Site to extend hours to include Sundays Afternoons

KURE BEACH, NC¬—Beginning May 24 through September 4 (Memorial Day through Labor Day), 2016, Fort Fisher State Historic Site will extend its Tuesday through Saturday operating hours to include Sunday afternoons from 12 noon to 5 pm. The site will remain closed on Mondays and on major holidays.
To mark the debut of its extended 2017 summer schedule, Fort Fisher will host a special presentation honoring Memorial Day and the US military. At 2 pm on Sunday, May 29, assistant site manager John Moseley will discuss the fort’s little known role during World War II. The free program is open to the public and will be held in the visitor center.
While dozens of books have been written detailing Fort Fisher’s Civil War experience, much less is known of its role during World War II. The US Army’s association with Fort Fisher in 1941 literally changed the face of the fort and Battery Buchannan forever. Among other things, the presentation will examine the life of World War II soldiers, equipment used during the conflict, and the key role women played both at the fort and during World War II.
All Fort Fisher programming is made possible by support from the Friends of Fort Fisher and its sustaining members Troy and Lori Barbour, Mike McCarley, Tammy and Jack Moore, Brian and Deedra Nunnally, Jim and Catherine Taylor, Patrick O. McCullough, Forrest Goodman, Jr., Wilson Grab, and Ivarlee E. & Thomas E. Mulligan. Fort Fisher, the largest earthen fortification in the Confederacy, once protected the port of Wilmington and the vital blockade running trade on the Cape Fear River. After two massive naval bombardments the fort fell to a Union assault on January 15, 1865. With the capture of Fort Fisher, Wilmington’s port – “the Lifeline of the Confederacy” – was closed to foreign trade. Fort Fisher State Historic Site is located at 1610 Fort Fisher Blvd S, Kure Beach, N.C. 28449.   Fort Fisher State Historic Site is part of the Division of State Historic Sites in the N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (NCDNCR), the state agency with a vision to be the leader in using the state’s natural and cultural resources to build the social, cultural, educational and economic future of North Carolina. Led by Secretary Susan Kluttz, NCDNCR's mission is to improve the quality of life in our state by creating opportunities to experience excellence in the arts, history, libraries and nature in North Carolina by stimulating learning, inspiring creativity, preserving the state’s history, conserving the state’s natural heritage, encouraging recreation and cultural tourism, and promoting economic development.
 NCDNCR includes 27 historic sites, seven history museums, two art museums, two science museums, three aquariums and Jennette’s Pier, 39 state parks and recreation areas, the N.C.  Zoo, the nation's first state-supported Symphony Orchestra, the State Library, the State Archives, the N.C. Arts Council, State Preservation Office and the Office of State Archaeology, along with the Division of Land and Water Stewardship. For more information, please call (919) 807-7300 or visit

Pleasure Island Foundation for A Sustainable Community Announce Golf Cart Raffle Fundraiser

On behalf of the Pleasure Island Foundation for a Sustainable Community, it gives us great pleasure to announce our newest fund raising initiative.  We are going to raffle a fully “Tricked Out” 2013  Club Car “Precedent” Street Ready, Four-Seat Golf Car. This fundraising iniative was officially announced on Saturday, April 9th during the 20th Annual Chowder Cook-Off.  The net proceeds will assist in our efforts to ‘give back’ to our community through a number of other Non-profits and great causes on Pleasure Island.  We encourage everyone to purchase a chance to win this outstanding vehicle and as a 501c3, all donations to the Foundation are tax deductible. The retail value for the Golf Car is $8,000.00.  There will only be 1,000 tickets printed and sold.  Tickets will be $20 each or 3/$50. The contest period officially began on April 9, 2016 at the Pleasure Island Chowder Cook-Off and ticket sales will continue through Sunday, October 9, 2016, and it will be our intention to announce the winner from the stage at the Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival.  You do not have to be present to win.
The Golf Car was built by Golf Cars of Central Carolina in association with Body Work by Register’s Auto Collisiion Services.  The following equipment and upgrades are included. Standard Equipment, Upgrades Seatbelt, “Flip Flop” Custom Paint Job, Fold Down Windshield, Upgraded Designer Wheels, Headlights, Extended Roof, Turn Signals , Custom Front Seat Covers, Brake Light, Front Brush Guard, Battery Status Indicator, Rhino Mat Floor Covers, USB Port/DC Power, Carriage Under Lighting, Horn, Cup Holders, Back-Up Warning Beep, Built-In Coole, Flip Rear Seat, Blue Tooth Speakers.  Tickets may be purchased at the Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce located in the Carolina Beach Town Hall or by contacting us at 910-458-8434 or www.Pleasure

Performing Arts Night at the Boardwalk with Artistry in Jazz

Artistry in Jazz returns playing this Friday, July 22nd at the Boardwalk Gazebo from 7:00 - 9:00 PM. Artistry in Jazz was organized by Jerry Tate in 2010. Artistry in Jazz is a group of 21 musicians local to the Wilmington area. In addition to the Artistry in Jazz cast of instrumentalists Tina Lee-Caruso adds her dynamic and crowd pleasing vocals.The music they perform is based on the west coast style of Stan Kenton. His music was performed from the late 70's. The orchestra plays the original manuscript copies as recorded by the Kenton  Orchestra. Artistry in Jazz consists of arrangements by Stan Kenton, Lennie Niehaus, Bill Holman, Gen Roland, Bill Russo, Bill Mathieu, Hank Levy and others. Other styles performed by Ted Heath, Perez Prado, Les Brown, Count Basie, Benny Goodman, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey and Glenn Miller. Artistry in Jazz is also scheduled to wrap up Performing Arts Night on August 26th.

Family Night, Movies, Music & More

Wednesday mornings through August 31st start off magical in Kure Beach for “Story Time by the Sea” from 10:00am until 11:30am. Princess and her fairytale friends from Fairytales and Dreams by the Sea gather in Kure Beach's Ocean Front Park for stories, crafts and games. Tonight and every Wednesdays through August 31st come play cash bingo at the Boardwalk from 6:30pm until 9:00pm! At the Carolina Beach State Park ranger’s host “Turtle Talks” every Wednesday at 7:00pm through August 31st at the State Park’s Visitors Center. This Thursday come back to the Boardwalk for Fireworks by the Sea and Music at the Gazebo featuring opening act “The Wooden Steel Band” and closing with “Fearless.” Music starts at 6:30pm followed by the fireworks at 9:00pm. Fireworks and music run every Thursday through August 25th with the exception of Sunday, July 3rd for Independence Day and Friday, September 2nd for Labor Day Weekend.
For something fresh head to the Carolina Beach Lake for their weekly Farmers Market. Held each week from 8:00am until 1:00pm through October 1st shop a selection of fresh and local fruits and vegetables, dairy products, wines, meats, baked goods, natural soaps, artisans and crafters! This
Sunday’s FREE Outdoor movie will be the Good Dinosaur. Movie goers can purchase cotton candy, popcorn, candy, soft drinks and much more.  You can also bring your own food and beverages.  Movies start at dusk and run until September 4th.
Monday the town of Kure Beach along with the Pleasure Island Sea Turtle Project will host a “Turtle Talk” from 7:00pm until 8:00pm in Kure Beach’s Oceanfront Park. This event continues Mondays June 13th - August 29th (excluding July 4th). Kure Beach has officially kicked-off their weekly Market. Shop for locally grown produce and hand crafted goods through August 30th from 8:00am until 1:00pm at the Oceanfront Park. Family Night at the Carolina Beach Boardwalk returns Tuesday featuring face painting games and a visit from Elmo! Held every Tuesday from 6:30pm until 8:30pm through August 23rd come out and enjoy Bounce house, kids activities, entertainment, raffles and more! For more information on any of these events visit or follow the Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce on Facebook!

Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce having a Call for Artists to Design the 2016 Seafood, Blues, & Jazz Festival Poster

Kure Beach, NC - Every Year about this time, we begin the process of finding our Artist that has the vision to convey  Seafood, Blues, & Jazz, in an outstanding artistic form.  
We hold a Poster Design Contest to allow the artist within to express the Seafood Blues & Jazz feel, the BUZZ, the modaz. Do you have an idea that you need to get down on paper?
 Is there a creative doodle that just will not leave your mind?  Take a few minutes and review the Entry Form and requirements, and sign up.  Come October, your creation could adorn the popular event t-shirts as well as the Commemorative Posters that have become a highly collectable.  You will get a Cash stipend as well as a complimentary Booth in the Arts & Wine Garden and the honor (and bragging rights) of being THE ARTIST of the 2016 Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival!
 Past winners include great talents such as Barton Hatcher, Ivey Hayes, Robert Knowles and Kelly Hawes.  Add yourself to this list and soon your art will adorn many t-shirt backs and living room walls.   Deadline is August 17th, 2016.

Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce 2016 FREE  Sunday Night Movies at the Lake

The weather is getting warmer, the plans are being made…The Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the generous support of the Town of Carolina Beach, proudly announce this years selection for the FREE Sunday Night Movies at the Carolina Beach Lake.  As always, we have selected Family-friendly movies for the enjoyment of all of our residents and tourists alike.  Our FREE Movie season runs from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day weekend for a total of 15 selections for your enjoyment. We kick off the season with Stuart, Kevin & Bob known as the MINIONS (PG-2015) on May 29th, followed by Jim Carrey’s hilarious MR. POPPER’S PENGUINS (PG-2011) on June 5th.  The cockatiel-eyed adventures of Blue & family in RIO-2 (G-2014) will be on June 12th followed on June 19th by the popular update of Ella and her Prince in Disney’s CINDERELLA (PG-2015).  On June 26th, we will discover the true meaning of HOME (PG – 2015) with voices by Rihanna and Jim Parsons.  Our Independence Day weekend selection on July 3rd will be every Millennials’ favorite coming-of-age flick THE SANDLOT (PG-1993).  The Drac pack is back for an all new monster comedy in HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 2 (PG-2015) followed by the return of the Dark Side  with the most popular movie of 2015 – STAR WARS THE FORCE AWAKENS (PG-2015) on July 17th…it doesn’t get any better than this!
Halfway through our summer season on July 24th, we present Disney’s THE GOOD DINOSAUR (PG 2015) where we ponder what if Dinosaur’s never became extinct followed by everyone’s favorite Disney film of 2015 INSIDE OUT (PG 2015) about the trials and tribulations of growing up on July 31st.  Next up we have the hilarious lovable NORM OF THE NORTH (PG 2016) on August 7th taking on corporate greed from the inside followed by the hilarious sequel CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (PG 2013) on August 14th.  For our thirteenth selection of the season, we offer The Penguins of Madagascar (PG 2014) on August 21st with all of those lovable penguins voiced by the likes of John Malkovich and Ken Jeong.  This year’s Classic Night on August 28th will feature the 1962’s hilarious misadventure of a tourist family Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vacation.  We closeout the season on Labor Day Weekend (September 4th) with The Peanuts Movie (PG 2015) highlighting the misadventures of Charlie Brown, Lucy, Snoopy and Linus.
We are happy to offer popcorn, candy, soft drinks, cotton candy and more for sale at the movies - and all for a reasonable price!  
You are welcome to bring your own food and beverages as well.  
Directions: Once you cross Snow's Cut Bridge the Carolina Beach Lake is approximately 1 1/4 miles on your right  Movies start at dusk (around 8:45). Movies are subject to change and are weather permitting.    

Island of Lights Hosted Spring Fashion Show

Recently the Island of Lights held their Spring Fashion Show benefit at the American Legion Post 129 in Carolina Beach. Fashions by touché and the Unique Boutique were featured with guests enjoying a lunch and silent auction. Proceeds from this event support the Island of Lights events. All events are family friendly and all are free with exception of the fashion show and tour of homes fundraisers. Saturday November 25th will kick-off their line of festive events with the lighting of the lake celebration. December 2nd is the Christmas Parade, the 3rd is the Flotilla and Tour of Homes the 10th. Finish 2016 with their Annual New Year's celebration to be held in Kure Beach. The Island of Lights volunteers organize all of the events. For more information follow them on Facebook or visit

Carolina Beach Farmer’s Market Runs Until October 1st

May 28th the Carolina Beach Farmer’s Market will be back in business. Shop a huge selection of fresh and local fruits and vegetables, dairy products, wines, meats, baked goods and natural soaps while listening to live music at the Carolina Beach Lake! The Carolina Beach Farmer’s Market was established to provide a location for local growers, producers, artisans and crafters to sell their goods directly to the consumers, to encourage and promote the use of locally grown and produced products and to enhance the quality of life in Carolina Beach.
“Located on the shores of the lake, the market is open Saturdays, 8:00am – 1:00pm. In addition, a selection of artists and crafters have their handmade items available each week on a rotating basis.
On the three holiday weekends join us for a combination of farmer’s market and art show with over 90 vendors participating, bringing you a huge selection of unique artisan made items. And we are pet friendly! Spend some time at our “island style” market and help to support local farmers and the local economy while ensuring you’re purchasing the safest and freshest foods available.” For updates follow them on facebook or visit

Cameron Art Museum July/August CALENDAR

She Tells a Story        
Thru September 11, 2016
She tells a story celebrates the work of fifty-two visual artists from CAM’s permanent collection and connects the forms of visual and literary arts. Exploring the catalytic relationship between visual imagery and text, CAM invited fourteen Wilmington-area writers to compose new work inspired by these selections. This juxtaposition of visual with word illuminates how artists communicate their experiences, perspectives and world views through their chosen medium.
This exhibition recognizes these creators by the quality of their work. However, their gender and societal mores within the time they lived shaped their identity as artists, their work and the interpretation of it. By acknowledging and questioning these effects, this exhibition hopes to highlight the many contributions, past and present, of women in the visual and literary arts.
Writers participating in this exhibition include: Anna Lena Phillips Bell; Karen E. Bender; Wendy Brenner; May-lee Chai; Cara Cilano; Amrita Das; Nina de Gramont; Dina Greenberg;  Celia Rivenbark; Gwenyfar Rohler; Emily Louise Smith; Bertha Boynkin Todd; Kelly Rae Williams; and Margo Williams.
 She tells a story is sponsored in part by Corning
Patchwork North America: Paintings by Virginia Wright-Frierson       
Extended thru Sept. 11, 2016
From extensive travel by road and by air, Virginia Wright-Frierson (American, b. 1949) has created over one hundred paintings framing scenes, as if looking through a window, across the United States and Canada. She describes her intent, “We do see pollution and trash, factories, car accidents and roadwork, graffiti even on cactus and near petroglyphs, and much of North America is prairie that seems empty and unchanging for miles on end. But what I want to paint is the power of nature evidenced in storms, erosion, rock formations, and water; the adaptation of plants and animals to any environment, from the high mountains and glacial lakes of Banff, Alberta to the deserts of Arizona, the unspoiled vastness and endless variation, and the spirit and celebration of survival.”
 Wright-Frierson’s broad-ranging career is distinguished as painter, award-winning children’s book author, illustrator, and large-scale public installation artist to include her celebrated bottle house inspired by artist Minnie Evans at Airlie Gardens, Wilmington, NC, and her extraordinary ceiling mural of evergreens and aspens reaching for the sunlight, installed at Columbine High School, Littleton, Colorado.
Museum School open registration for classes and workshops. Register by visiting the Museum School at Cameron Art Museum, online at: , by phone 910-395-5999 ext. 1008 or at Cameron Art Museum.
 FAMILIES: Story Explorers
10:00 am - 10:30 am
Admission by donation
Bring your infant, toddler and/or preschooler for story time, gallery exploration and an art project! Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

Sat. July 16
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Admission by donation
Enjoy a day of art making and family fun! Explore our exhibitions and create art work you can take home!  All Ages Welcome. No pre-registration necessary. Parental supervision required at all times. Kids @ CAM is fun for the whole family! Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.
DANCE: Works-in-Progress Showcase, Dance Cooperative
Sun. July 17
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Free and open to the public
Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall
The Dance Cooperative, in association with Cameron Art Museum, provides informal showings to afford working artists a place to present works in progress to be reviewed and critiqued in a nurturing environment. The events are open to working choreographers and dancers who are working on movement and wish to have others provide feedback on the work. The public is invited to witness the creative process through its many stages and provide assistance to help the creator grow and manipulate the works to realize their concepts to the fullest potential. If you are interested in presenting work, e-mail the Dance Cooperative at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. no later than the Monday preceding the showcase.  
Sun. July 17
3:00 pm
CAM Members: Free, Museum Admission: all others
Brown Wing
Members of Page to Stage Unlimited will take you on an interactive journey through two of our current exhibits!  Original pieces by Josh Bailey and Penny Kohut will be read in front of selected artworks in She tells a story, followed by a hands on, improvisational road trip through Patchwork North America Paintings by Virginia Wright-Frierson. Guaranteed to be a memorable and fun, performers are Penny Kohut, Teresa Lambe, Josh Bailey and Michael Lauricella.
THEATER: Page to Stage Unlimited: "Semper Fi, Patriotism in America"
Thurs. July 21
6:30 pm
Free and open to the public, donations appreciated
Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall
Page to Stage Unlimited presents a series of staged readings of original, locally-written works offering a mix of comedy and drama with a different theme the third Thursday of each month. FOR JULY:  Join Page to Stage as we pay tribute to Patriotism in America. Works featured include Page Founder and Best Actor award-winning playwright, Ron Hasson from his coming-of -age play "Home of the Best People in the World". This warm tale of self-acceptance, unconditional love and loyalty to one's hometown hits right at the core of patriotism in small town America. Actress/Screenwriter Irene Muccia-Slater offers a soldier's mother's view in her new monologue. Come experience an evening of thought-provoking and lively new works. Bring friends along and give your reactions and feedback in a nurturing environment to Page to Stage’s members.
For more information about the group visit:
FAMILIES: Story Explorers
Thursdays: 10:00 am - 10:30 am
Admission by donation
Bring your infant, toddler or preschooler for story time, gallery exploration and an art project!
ARTIST DEMONSTRATION: Drawing in the Wings
Thurs. July 28
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm and
7:30 pm – 8:30 pm  
CAM Members: Free, Museum Admission: all others
Brown Wing
Visiting artist Tatyana Kulida, demonstrates the classical style of figurative drawing working in the exhibition She tells a story with Mary Cassatt prints and a live model.
GALLERY TALKS: New writers to She tells a story
Thurs. July 28, 2016
6:30 pm
CAM Members: Free, Museum Admission: all others
Brown Wing
Come hear writers and discuss their responses to visual art! Cameron Art Museum is adding new voices to the exhibition She tells a story (on view through Sept. 11, 2016): Hannah dela cruz Abrams, fiction/nonfiction/poetry, Christine Hennessey, fiction, Kathleen Jones, Poetry and Katie O’Reily, creative non-fiction to augment the works of the fourteen writers whose written pieces are already part of the exhibition. The writers are offered the opportunity to select a piece from the art works on view and write their response for inclusion. The public gains insight into the variety of ways writers from a range of genres are inspired by, process and create a new work.
GROUP SINGING: Wilmington Sacred Harp Singers
Sun. July 31
1:30 pm Instruction for beginners
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Entire Group
Songbooks provided, beginners welcome!
Free and open to the public, donations appreciated
Weyerhaeuser Reception Hall
Wilmington Sacred Harp Singers presents a traditional Sacred Harp Singing and invite you to join in the music and raise your voice in song! This dynamic form of a cappella social singing dates back to Colonial America, using a modern reprint of an 1844 songbook called The Sacred Harp. The music is loud, vigorous and intense. It is meant to be sung, not just observed. No previous experience is necessary. Learn more about this singing at
Come sample CAM Café’s menu of fresh and seasonal delights. Lunch, Tuesday - Saturday 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, Thursday Dinner 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm and Sunday Brunch 10:00 am - 3:00 pm. Stop by and enjoy drinks, appetizers, or a memorable meal. Reservations are appreciated and suggested: 910.777.2363. Visit
Cameron Art Museum is located at the corner of South 17th Street and Independence Boulevard in Wilmington, NC.  Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 am- 5:00 pm, Thursday: 10:00 am –9:00 pm.
Museum admission is:  
Museum members no cost
$10 Non-members
$8 Students with valid student identification card, active military (with ID) and Seniors (65+)
Youth (ages 5 – 13): $5
Children 4 and under: Free
For updated information on programs, exhibitions, classes and events, visit or call 910.395.5999.


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