Fayetteville/Fort Bragg/ Sandhills NC

VOL8 ISS2 2018

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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — FAYETTEVILLE | FORT BRAGG | SANDHILLS REGION VOLUME 8 — ISSUE 2 26 FAYETTEVILLE/CUMBERLAND COUNTY W estwood Shopping Center is locally-owned and operated and has been by the same family since being built in 1974. It is beautifully designed and well maintained with a large, eclectic selection of businesses to choose from. We hope you will visit us near the All-American Freeway at the intersection of Morganton and McPherson Church Roads in Fayetteville, N.C. It's shopping with a personal, hometown touch. Always Flowers by Crenshaw Ashby's Menswear Avada Audiology & Hearing Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.C. Branch Banking & Trust Co. Bubba's 33 Bubble Tea Express Catherine's Clean Eatz Clothes Mentor Dairy Queen Defy.Fayetteville Trampoline Park Edward Jones Co. Embrace Yoga Studio Fayetteville Pie Company First Citizens Bank Food Lion Hardee's Restaurant Headz Gone Wild Heritage Jewelers Hong Kong Kitchen Kidcreate Art Studio Kumon Learning Center Liberty Tax Service Love Charms USA Marilyn's Beauty Salon Latino's McCoy Wiggins PLLC MiCasita Mexican Restaurant Monkey Joe's N.C. Army National Guard Ocean Rayz Tanning Once Upon a Child The Pilgrim Gift Shop Play Date of Fayetteville Play It Again Sports Player, Inc. Player McLean LLP Polished Beauty Bar Portrait Innovations QwikMed Pharmacy & Clinic Rose's Store Ryu's Taekwondo Sally Beauty Supply Shear Madness Salon Speediprint Sushi Court Talbot's The UPS Store & Print Shop Tri-Player Invest- ments Webb Carpet Wells Fargo Bank Weight Watchers Westwood Cleaners Westwood Nails For Leasing Opportunities, call Tri-Player Investments at (910) 868-2121 or email annadaniels@westwoodsc.com. Kidcreate Art Studio on the home-front, this exhibit commemorates the cen- tennial of the United States in the Great War. This exhibit will run through 2018. Murchison Road Community Farmers Market – June 6- October 24, 2018. Enjoy fresh, local produce on the campus of Fayetteville State University each Wednesday from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. Sample and buy fruit, honey, and herbs at the market, in its fifth year. Open rain or shine. Last market day of this season is October 24, 2018. Fayetteville Motor Speedway – July 5-November 11, 2018. Enjoy watching the racing action on the half-mile clay track at Fayetteville Motor Speedway. Event times vary from race to race. Refer to www.fayettevillemotor- speedway.com/events for the complete season schedule. Bull Riding on the Farm – Hope Springs. Each Sunday Shady Acres Rodeo, a self-sustaining farm, hosts a bull- riding event. Bring your friends and family out to enjoy watching some bull riding (or take your own turn on a bull). Event times fluctuate from week to week. Call 919- 669-6820 to confirm hours, or go to Shady Acres Rodeo Facebook page for times. Cape Fear Botanical Garden Yoga – Wednesdays. Grab your yoga mat and rejuvenate at this peaceful yoga session in the beautiful Orangery. For beginners and experts alike. All-levels class. Pre-registration is required. Call 910-486- 0221, ext. 36, or stop by the Garden to register. Cruise-In to Paradise – Hope Mills – June 10-Octo- ber 14, 2018, 3 p.m.to 7 p.m. Enjoy the family-oriented cruise-in at Paradise Acres every second Sunday of the month through October. The free event features music and entertainment for the whole family, train rides for the kids (a fee to ride). All makes and models of classic cars and trucks, motorcycles and tractors are welcome. For more information, call 910-424-2779 or visit www. facebook.com/events/211480459599907. Museum of the Cape Fear – An Unlikely Refugee – Traveling Exhibit - July 7- December 2, 2018. See the traveling exhibit An Unlikely Refugee: the story of a python named George that involves a snake, the Viet- nam War, and Fort Bragg. In 1963, a U.S. Special Forces soldier in Vietnam rescued a Burmese python from be- ing eaten by Cambodian mercenaries. Master Sergeant Dewey Simpson and his men transported the snake back to their camp, and eventually back to North Carolina. Af- ter a short stay at Fort Bragg, "George" was taken to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh. The exhibit from the North Carolina Museum of Natu- ral Science was inspired by a recent graphic novel, "An Unlikely Refugee: the story of a python named George." Event Price: $10 - $35. []

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