It’s that time of the week again, the weekend. This can be a stressful time for families and friends. We all want to get together, laugh, make memories and stay entertained, but this question always comes up once we decide to get together, “So what do you want to do? I don’t know, what do you want to do?”
I am going to save you from the headache and stress this weekend and give you a list of things going on in Fayetteville, NC.
Nature Connects® Art with LEGO® Bricks- This event is taking place at Cape Fear Botanical Garden this weekend through January 8, 2017. This exhibit is something you do not want to miss out on. Artist Sean Kenny has built larger than life sculptures out of Lego’s to represent the complex network of living things on Earth.
Human Foosball Tournament- Saturday September 1,2016 the Airborne & Special Operations Museum is hosting its 2nd Annual Human Foosball Tournament. Although registration for a team is already closed, you can still stop by and watch the exciting event unfold. This will also give you an opportunity to check out one of the greatest places Fayetteville has to offer. For more information on the event or the Museum itself visit http://www.asomf.org/
Ice Skating at Round-A-Bout Skate Center– Face it, everyone loves iceskating. Even if you are the one in the group that is awful and falls every 10 seconds, it still gives you and your friends something to laugh about. This weekend they are offering a Military Discount Skate Session on Saturday October 1, 2016 from 11:30-1:30. Admission during these times with a Military ID is a whopping $4 and with out an ID only $5. Not only does this crazy low price grant you entrance, it also covers the cost of skate rentals if needed. I think $5 is a thrifty memory maker, don’t you?
If all else fails and you are not interested in any of these special events for the weekend, there is always the option of taking a stroll downtown. Fayetteville has a plethora fabulous restaurants, coffee shops and shopping downtown. If you do decide to take a walk around, we suggest having dinner and drinks at Circa1800, coffee at Rude Awakening Coffee House , and check out any and all of the great shops.
Have a great weekend and have some fun out there!