The Family Focus Guide helps families and individuals, in and around the Fayetteville area, find resources in our community.
If you have a service-focused organization that serves families in the Fayetteville, Cumberland County area and would like to be listed, please email us at [email protected].
We got jazz! Like Baroque? We got Baroque! Like musical Theater? We got musical theater. As a matter of fact, we got something for everyone. Whether it the lyrical classicism of the Fabio and Chiara Parrini duo or the smooth jazz styling of Derek Day, here for you in Buies Creek. We at Campbell we believe that the University should be a leader in cultural and artistic endeavors. Programs include: Cape Fear Fine Arts, Community Concert Series, and Performing Arts.
4th Friday is a true celebration of the arts and downtown. Folks of all ages get a taste of Fayetteville's art and entertainment while enjoying the small galleries, bookstores, bistros and shops with unique items for shoppers. It's safe, it's fun ... and it's free!
Fall event following 4th Friday in September. Showcases the historic and artistic customs and traditions of many different cultures. Exhibits - entertainment - refreshments and featured astists all combine to bring the art of Fayetteville to everyone and free to everyone!
Nurtures, advocates and celebrates the arts in Fayetteville/Cumberland County. Provides grants to local art agencies, artists, and schools to increase and support art activities in the community. Produces International Folk Festival, Fourth Fridays, and Dickens Holiday.
Provides quality music & instruction in a Christian setting. Offers private and group instruction music instruction for a wide variety of age from infants to mature adults. Kindermusik classes for birth-5years. Clogging and Christian hip-hop classes for ages 3-adults.
An annual contest sponsored by the National ASYMCA, open to family members (pre-school through high school) of all active duty service members, Reserves, National Guard, DoD civilian employees, and Retirees. This essay contest promotes reading among children and teens, and encourages parents to find time to sit down and read with their younger children.
Each summer the ASYMCA sponsors the &Kids Olympics. This program teaches children and parents the importance of sportsmanship, health, and fitness. Every child receives a participation medal and a T-shirt, along with other medals they may win in each of the 10 events. Each event is divided into the following age categories: 5-6 year- olds, 7-8 year-olds, 9-10 year-olds, and 11-12 year-olds. Boys and girls compete separately.