The first City-sponsored event following the Fayetteville Woodpeckers’ inaugural season will be held in Segra Stadium Friday through Sunday, Oct. 25-27. The All-American City Jazz Festival will be presented by the Sandhills Jazz Society and Fayetteville-Cumberland Youth Council. On Friday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m., the BlackWater Band and the Embers featuring Craig Woolard will perform. On Saturday, Oct. 26 at 4 p.m., jazz stars Willie Bradley, Avery Sunshine, Julian Vaughn, Eric Darius and Brian Culbertson will hit the stage. On Sunday, Oct. 27 at 4 p.m., local high school and college jazz students will honor legends of the same genre with musical performances. The Fayetteville-Cumberland Arts Council is also a promotional partner of the event. The festival received a funding grant from the Cumberland County Tourism Development Authority. For tickets, log onto www.sandhillsjazz.com/events. For more information, call 910-987-2426.
FAST Offers Mobile Ticketing to Fayetteville College Students
FAST offers safe, convenient and affordable transportation for students to major locations including Cross Creek Mall, WalMart Supercenters, multiple movie theaters, restaurants, entertainment, Fort Bragg South PX and the Cool Spring Downtown District, featuring 100+ businesses including restaurants, event spots and the brand new state-of-the-art Segra Stadium, home of the Fayetteville Woodpeckers baseball team. Semester passes are available now through Token Transit, a mobile ticketing app. Each semester pass is $55, which includes unlimited rides. More Info
Get Prepared for Hurricane Season
Get prepared for Hurricane Season by visiting the City's Storm Information Center. The website contains useful information and links to keep you and your family safe during a storm. This will also be the place to find current and up-to-date information from the City during a hurricane. For more information go to FayettevilleNC.gov/storm or download the City’s mobile app on your iPhone or Android device to receive push notifications during weather events and other emergencies.
Shawcroft Road Reopens
Shawcroft Road has reopened and was celebrated with a ribbon cutting on Aug. 23. The Shawcroft Road culvert was washed out during Hurricane Matthew in 2016. A temporary culvert was constructed so that Shawcroft Road could be opened and access provided to the community until a permanent solution could be designed and constructed. Construction of the permanent culvert began on July 8, 2019. The culvert was designed by Hazen and construction was performed by Wells Brothers Construction. Project management services were provided by Freese and Nichols. The cost was approximately $457,000. For more information regarding this project, please visit us on the web at www.fayettevillenc.gov/roads.
Join FAST for the 2019 Annual Bus Roadeo!
FAST will be holding our annual driver skills competition Roadeo on Sunday, October 6 at noon at the FAST Administrative Office at 455 Grove Street. The roadeo is a competition that tests the skills and knowledge of bus operators. The competition puts participants through a precise 11-point obstacle course that represents the types of manuevers a bus operator would perform while on his or her daily route. This event is open to the public. Volunteers are needed to judge each obstacle. Interested persons should contact Melissa Moses at email@example.com.
Visit the Transportation & Local History Museum
The Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History Museum is the hub for history in Downtown Fayetteville. From the history enthusiast to families looking for fun, there is something for everyone here. The museum is located at 325 Franklin Street in downtown Fayetteville and open to the public Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free.
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In this episode of City Update, Allison Rogers from Fayetteville Regional Airport gives us an update on the renovations currently underway at the airport.
Get ready for a Parking Lot Party at the Arts Center! In addition to the exhibitions opening on Fourth Fridays, The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County is expanding their footprint to include opportunities for artisans and crafters to sell their works and perform on Hay Street, Maxwell Street, and in the Arts Council parking lot. We are transforming our space to be activated and reflect the thriving artistic nature of our community. Join them for a free family-friendly event with music and food. For More info visit: theartscouncil.com
Sparky and Bunker get a few tips about Cooking Safety.
Check your Smoke Alarm PSA with Sparky and Bunker
Join Deborah Holt Noel from UNC-TV as she shows you how to spend an entire weekend in Fayetteville with this oversized story featuring history, restaurants, shopping, museums, and even zip-lines.