Wondering how to keep the kiddos entertained during Spring Break and not break the bank? There’s lots of free fun things to do in Fayetteville and Cumberland County that week. Below are a few highlights.
Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CRFT) brings an emotional play to life with its
upcoming Downrange: Voices from the Homefront March 3-20, 2016.
Book a hotel to stay and see that show and the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau will give you two free tickets to the show!
The DirtBag Ales partnership began when Dirtbag’s brewmaster Vernardo “Tito” Simmons-Valenzuela made a bargain with a fellow medic at Womack Army Medical Center. Tito promised free beer for life in exchange for a homebrew kit the friend received for his wedding. That’s when Tito started his path to becoming a brewer. Partner Eric Whealton, a nurse who worked the same shift, attended tasting sessions. After lots of stove-top brewing, both Eric and other friends encouraged Tito to brew professionally.
The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland county kicked off the month-long celebration with the exhibit Romare Bearden: Beat of a Different Drum. Twenty-six original watercolors from Bearden’s book “Li’L Dan, The Drummer Boy: A Civil War Story” are on display along with historical artifacts from the period. The free exhibition, which includes other dynamic programming, is open through March 5. www.TheArtsCouncil.com
The sales team of the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau works to secure meetings, reunions and tournaments to hold their event in Cumberland County.
The team doesn’t just book the event, but works with the planners each step of the way to ensure the event is successful. Here are the five top ways the sales team assists planners.