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‘Shagdaddy’ Childress To Provide Dance Music

• Harnett Shag Association Dance is Sept. 15. The Harnett Area Shag Association monthly dance will be presented Sept. 15 at the Dunn Shrine Center, 211 N. Clinton Ave. Music will be provided by disc jockey Roy “Shagdaddy” Childress. … more

Celebrating The Acorn In Four Oaks

By RICK CURL Of The Record Staff The Town of Four Oaks will once again open its arms for its annual celebration — the Acorn Festival. Newly-named Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce Director Amber England said the town is ready and … more

44th Crepe Myrtle Celebration This Weekend

ENTERTAINMENT • Bluegrass act Diamond Creek will take the stage at 1:30 p.m. Kick up your heels to the sounds of Diamond Creek at this year’s Crepe Myrtle Celebration Saturday in Angier.The bluegrass performers will take the stage … more

Discounted State Fair Tickets On Sale

The N.C. State Fair has heard the requests of ride lovers, and in cooperation with the midway provider, will offer one-price, ride-allday wristbands every day of the fair. The cost is $25 if purchased in advance, or $35 at the fair. The wristband … more

New Bike Trail Opens Saturday At Raven Rock

Those who enjoy hand cycles will have room to groove. State Park State Park north of Lillington will open a new mountain bike trail, Mountain Laurel Loop Trail, on Saturday. This trail will be open to both bikers and hikers. A ribbon … more

Cumberland County Fair Opens

The Cumberland County Fair opens today at the Crown Complex in Fayetteville with free admission from 5 p.m. to close. The fair continues for 10 full days featuring food, rides, animals, entertainment, motorsports and more. Fair specials … more

Campbell’s Artist Performance Series Opens Tuesday With Pianist Astolfi

• Concert to feature works by local composer. Campbell University’s Artist Performance Series will open the concert season at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Scott Concert Hall. The free event will feature Jeri-Mae G. Astolfi performing piano music by … more

Official Lafayette Birthday Celebration Sept. 8-9

• Fayetteville to honor Revolutionary War hero. Fayetteville was the first U.S. city named for “America’s Favorite Fighting Frenchman,” (as Lafayette is recognized in the musical “Hamilton”) and the only namesake city he visited. … more

Somber Evening In Raleigh Thanks To Mayer’s ‘The Search For Everything’

I will be the first to admit, John Mayer is an interesting person. Between his vague, weird media coverage, to his expertly-written somber tunes, the guy just oozes curiosity. So when I got the pass to see him in Raleigh, I had to go check him out … more

‘Life On Campaign’ Living History Program At Bentonville

The sounds of artillery and musket fire will once again ring out at Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site. The annual summer artillery living history program will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Costumed living historians will … more

‘Seussical The Musical’ On SCT Stage

Coleman Simpson is ‘The Cat in the Hat’ in Sampson Community Theatre’s production of ‘Seussical the Musical,’ a musical adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ book ‘Horton Hears a Who,’ with music by Lynn Ahrers and directed by Angela Martin. … more

First Friday Event Sept. 1 At N.C. Museum Of History

Movie nights, a Ken Burns preview, and new Tiffany and fashion exhibits are only a sampling for the fall lineup at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh. You’ve likely seen Kirk Douglas as the gladiator “Spartacus” (1960), and now you can … more
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