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The Bond Brothers’ Mid-Town Square Spring Fest April 18th, 2020

Posted by Bond Brothers Beer Company on Tuesday, February 4, 2020

We are excited to announce the 5th Annual Bond Brothers’ Mid-Town Square Spring Fest! Come and celebrate with an afternoon of supporting local artists, vendors, a variety of delicious food trucks, and lots of BEER!

The North CarolinaolinaolNnn ture live music and a DJ starting at 12:00 pm. Bands to be announced soon!

Event starts at 12:00
DJ 12:00-4:00
Kids Zone 12:00-4:00
Vendors 12:00-6:00
Live Music 4:00-9:00

Made in NC 2020

Made in NC at the BAC

Made In NC, a gorgeous and diverse community craft show! Happening on Saturday, March 21, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday, March 22, from Noon- 5 p.m.

Admission to the show is $5 at the door—good for both days and includes a raffle ticket (kids 12 and under are free). Parking in the North Fourth neighborhood is free.

Catch the Food Truck on Saturday, WilmyWoodie pizza truck on Sunday, Casa Blanca coffee shop, Cravings treats, BAC bar and over 50 vendors all in one place! We can’t wait to see you at the BAC!

Made in NC 2020

Made in NC at the BAC

Made In NC, a gorgeous and diverse community craft show! Happening on Saturday, March 21, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday, March 22, from Noon- 5 p.m.

Admission to the show is $5 at the door—good for both days and includes a raffle ticket (kids 12 and under are free). Parking in the North Fourth neighborhood is free.

Catch the Food Truck on Saturday, WilmyWoodie pizza truck on Sunday, Casa Blanca coffee shop, Cravings treats, BAC bar and over 50 vendors all in one place! We can’t wait to see you at the BAC!

The Brooklyn Arts Center’s Art For All

The Brooklyn Arts Center is thrilled to announce Art for All 10 on Saturday, February 22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, February 23 from noon to 5 p.m.

This will be our biggest show yet! More than 50 of the finest local and regional artists will present one-of-a-kind art in the Church and in The Annex.

Wilmington’s finest food trucks will feed the crowd each day — A&M Red Food Truck on Saturday and WilmyWoodie on Sunday — Casa Blanca coffee shop will serve coffee, Cravings will provide treats and the BAC Bar will provide additional liquid sustenance. Parking is free in our North 4th neighborhood. Admission is $5—good for both days and includes a raffle ticket. Children under 12 are free.

The Holiday Flea At BAC

The Brooklyn Arts Center is thrilled to announce The Holiday Flea at BAC on Friday, November 30, Saturday, December 1, and Sunday, December 2.

This will be our biggest and best flea yet! More than 50 of the finest local and regional vendors will present one-of-a-kind vintage, retro, upcycled, and fabulous treasures in the Church and in The Annex just in time for your holiday shopping.

Wilmington’s finest food trucks will feed the crowd each day, Spoonfed Coffee Shop will serve hot coffee and delicious treats, and the BAC Cash Bar will provide additional liquid sustenance. Parking is free in our North 4th neighborhood, and there is an ATM on site. Admission is $5—good for all three days and includes a raffle ticket. Children under the age of 12 are free.

The Holiday Flea At BAC

The Brooklyn Arts Center is thrilled to announce The Holiday Flea at BAC on Friday, November 30, Saturday, December 1, and Sunday, December 2.

This will be our biggest and best flea yet! More than 50 of the finest local and regional vendors will present one-of-a-kind vintage, retro, upcycled, and fabulous treasures in the Church and in The Annex just in time for your holiday shopping.

Wilmington’s finest food trucks will feed the crowd each day, Spoonfed Coffee Shop will serve hot coffee and delicious treats, and the BAC Cash Bar will provide additional liquid sustenance. Parking is free in our North 4th neighborhood, and there is an ATM on site. Admission is $5—good for all three days and includes a raffle ticket. Children under the age of 12 are free.

The Holiday Flea At BAC

The Brooklyn Arts Center is thrilled to announce The Holiday Flea at BAC on Friday, November 30, Saturday, December 1, and Sunday, December 2.

This will be our biggest and best flea yet! More than 50 of the finest local and regional vendors will present one-of-a-kind vintage, retro, upcycled, and fabulous treasures in the Church and in The Annex just in time for your holiday shopping.

Wilmington’s finest food trucks will feed the crowd each day, Spoonfed Coffee Shop will serve hot coffee and delicious treats, and the BAC Cash Bar will provide additional liquid sustenance. Parking is free in our North 4th neighborhood, and there is an ATM on site. Admission is $5—good for all three days and includes a raffle ticket. Children under the age of 12 are free.

Art for the Masses

Continuing the community tradition of making original art accessible to everyone, Art for the Masses (AFTM) features art from local artists’ all original work for under $300. Participating artists will retain 100% of the proceeds from their sales.  

AFTM is free and open to the public with a requested door donation to help fund public art projects at the university. The program is coordinated through Campus Life Arts & Programs and the Department of Art & Art History. For further information, please contact [email protected].

15th Anniversary Southeast Wise Women Herbal Conference

We are delighted to be coming together for our 15th year of this strong, supportive sisterhood honoring ourselves, the plants, and the Earth. We hope you’ll come join this gathering of wise women in the Blue Ridge Mountains, and see for yourself what the buzz is all about . . .

woman smells plant

The weekend of October 11-13, we will share inspiration, celebration and practical learning about earth-based healing and women’s health. Nestled on 1,400 peaceful acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains, our venue, Kanuga Conference & Retreat Center outside of Hendersonville, NC, offers a serene backdrop for over 50 workshops and classes in herbalism, nutrition, personal growth and natural healing. We invite you to renew your spirit, explore your power and engage in the extraordinary experience of the Southeast Wise Women Herbal Conference!

For the 15th anniversary, many women whose friends have been encouraging them to come for years, are joining us for the first time. Others who have been with us for one or more conferences over the years, are returning to immerse themselves once again in this unique experience of woman-centered learning and connection . . . This is the year to bring in your sisters! 

Wild Goose Festival

WHAT IS THE WILD GOOSE FESTIVAL?

It’s hard to sum up in a few words. We try, when we say things like: it’s a 4-day Spirit, Justice, Music and Arts Festival. But it’s so much more than that.

 
 
 

©Creatista2013-ScottGriesselWildGoose13-1626It’s a place where all kinds of people come together, not only to hear great music and incredible speakers, but also to dive into lively conversations with thought leaders, writers, dreamers, artists, visionaries, social justice activists, peace-makers…the ones you’ll find on the official program, and the ones you might meet while just getting lunch or hanging out by the river. It’s also a place where you can be a spectator, but where you can be a co-creator as well. A place where we affirm the creativity in all of us, and opportunities to make art and music, to tell stories and take in stories, can be found around every corner.

It’s transformational, experiential, it’s a sing and dance and play and dream and eat and camp and meditate and talk and listen and twirl-you-around-and-shake-you-up gathering, born out of the “Wild Goose” spirit metaphor which is all about beauty, grace, and yes, unpredictability. We also take inspiration from events such as, GreenbeltBurning ManLightning In a Bottle and SXSW.©Creatista2013-ScottGriesselWildGoose13-1850

It is a place where all are welcome. Seriously, ALL. Because we are rooted in a progressive Christian tradition, we welcome you, whatever your age, race, culture, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, religious tradition, disabilities, different abilities, whether you have money or not, whether you have a degree or not, whether you have a strong faith or no faith, or perhaps a billion questions about faith, whether you have a home or not, whether you’re an extrovert or introvert, everyone is welcome here. Even eye-rolling teenagers. And rambunctious little kids. Rambunctiousness is, in fact, encouraged. We welcome all to come and seek the common good together.

WHAT ARE WILD GOOSE EVENTS LIKE?

©Creatista2013-ScottGriesselWildGoose13-2051Like at many music festivals, there will be stages where you can hear amazing musicians. Of nearly every musical genre. Big names. As well as new and emerging artists. And unlike most music festivals, you will also be able to see, hear, and interact with provocative, courageous and inspiring speakers.

But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Throughout the weekend you’ll also have the opportunity to hang out with some of today’s most creative and thought-provoking authors, artists, peace and justice activists and status-quo disrupters. We intentionally make space for interaction that takes apart the usual class and social barriers, that takes down the walls that separate us, that takes speakers and “experts” off the raised platforms, because we believe we can all learn from and inspire each other.

And unlike other festivals, it doesn’t necessarily end after the last event of the weekend. Because most people leave changed in some way, inspired to do more to make the world better. Ultimately, for many of those who’ve attended Wild Goose in the past, they’ve left agreeing with Nadia Bolz-Weber and others who have said, “It’s not just a festival…it’s a movement.”©Creatista2013-ScottGriesselWildGoose13-1531

Author Brian McLaren sums it up this way:
“At Wild Goose, people flock together to celebrate a way of life rooted in faith, justice, creativity, and beauty. It’s like a family reunion where you meet relatives you never knew you had. It’s a wild and wonderful convergence of stimulating conversations, campfires, music, kids, art, lawn chairs, prayer, fun, dance, frisbees, tents, food, sunshine, rain, laughter, and fresh air. There’s nothing like it, and I look forward to it as one of the best weeks of my year.”

©Creatista2013-ScottGriesselWildGoose13-2305We hope you’ll join us.
July 11-14, 2019 in Hot Springs, NC
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