If you’re looking for summer events in Fayetteville, look no further! Fayetteville has a lot going on this summer, and there’s something for everyone to enjoy, whether you want something family-friendly or just for you and your friends.
Fayetteville is a great spot for history fans, especially if you’re into Civil War history or the history of transportation. Fayetteville is packed with museums and historical exhibits, like the Cumberland County Goes to War exhibit and the Railroading in Fayetteville exhibit, both at the Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History Museum.
The Kiwanis Recreation Center is also a fantastic place to go this summer. Take a class on taekwondo or sign your toddler up for break dancing! Fayetteville State University has classes throughout the summer too, like swim lessons for parents and kids.
There are also festivals and events going on throughout the summer, like the Indigo Moon Film Festival taking place until July 14 Cumberland County Library. Local churches will be holding day camps for kids all summer, and that’s just a few of the many things to do in Fayetteville this summer. There are tons of things going on every day, so check out the event calendar!
A new car opens the door to a range of possibilities, one reason you should check out events in Fayetteville. There’s something for everyone, from festivals to art shows and farmers’ markets. You can learn about your community, shop, and have fun with the kids at these Fayetteville, NC summer events.
According to the Fayetteville website, every Wednesday and Saturday during the summer is the Downtown Farmers’ Market event. You can check out the best local produce, ranging from candy to vegetables and arts and crafts. The Farmers’ Market is a great way to get out and support your community, and it also offers a way for local farmers and artists to showcase their products and work.
For those more interested in art, there is also the Fayetteville Art Attack. On Wednesdays you can stop by The Rock Shop and get in for just $2 per person. You can also shop local vendors or simply enjoy arts and crafts with the family.
Fayetteville After 5 is also a popular event, with a range of activities and shows for all to enjoy. Starting at 5pm you can stop by Festival Park. No outside food or drink is allowed, though you can buy plenty of good eats there at the event. Proceeds go towards the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival.
These are just some of the many activities in Fayetteville. Come out and support your community at the next event! Stay up to date with more local events on our Facebook page.