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summer camps uses the marine environment as artistic inspiration while also teaching students about conservation and stewardship. Students learn different artistic interpretations of marine plants, animals and habitats and then work in the studio to create their own masterpieces. Field excursions on foot and by kayak, including trips to the beach, marsh, maritime forest and barrier islands; sketching of marine wildlife, watercolor painting of coastal landscapes, surf art and more. Guest artists will instruct in different mediums, including Virginia Wright Frierson, Michael Van Hout and Peggy Cleary. Housing available for residential students, but students may also commute. Tuition for residential: $725; commuter: $495. Includes lunch, transportation, studio fees and supplies. http://uncw.edu/dpscs/marinequest/ArtSea.htm. CHILDREN’S FISHING CELEBRATION Children’s Fishing Competition and Celebration, Sat., 7/2, 10am-4pm. Surf City Ocean Pier. Children of all ages up to the age of 16 years old. Lunch provided for all registered children; games and awards.Surf City Ocean Pier: (910) 328-3521. Prereg., 6/10: www.surfcityoceanpier.com. Awards Ceremony: 2:45pm KIDS SUMMER CAMP Upper Room Theatre and Kids’ Musical Theatre operate independently of any particular church. Our programs are built on Christian love and values. To provide a positive and encouraging venue for onstage experience as a part of an ensemble, where everyone plays an important role in the development, rehearsal process and final product of a musical theatre performance. Sanctuary of Gateway Church, corner of Wrightsville Ave. and MacMillan Ave., near Cape Fear Hospital. www. upperroomtheatre.org CAPE FEAR FENCING SUMMER CAMPS The Cape Fear Fencing Association’s summer camps—Beginner: 7/18-22, half-day; 7/25-29, 9am-5pm. • Advanced: 7/18-22, half day; 7/2529, 9am-5pm. • Advanced Foil Camp (exp. rqd): 8/1-5, 9am-5pm • Advanced Saber/Epee (exp. rqd): 8/8-12, 9am-5pm.All camps in the lower level of Tileston Gym at St. Mary’s, corner of 5th and Ann Streets. www.capefearfencing.com or 910-799-8642. CUCALORUS SUMMER FILM CAMP Summer Film Camp, ages 10-14. Behind the camera training, exploration of music video production and editing. 4-day intensive camp w/industry professionals at the helm, students will spend one week working in tight knit groups creating music videos for local bands. Local bands will be performing live at Jengo’s Playhouse so that campers can experiment with concert style filming and meet the members of the bands. Red Carpet Screening Party at Jengo’s Playhouse. Camp, 9am-3pm, 8/1-4. $495, incl. lunch and snacks, DVD copy of the finished music video, and 5 tickets to the Red Carpet Screening Party at Jengo’s, 8/6. Jill Tefft: development@cucalorus. org or 910-343-5995. HAPPY LITTLE SINGERS An early childhood music and movement program for children ages 6 months to 6 years w/parent. Learn through song, dance and play! $10/family, drop-ins welcome. Carolina Beach Parks and Rec
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Lectures/Readings OLD BOOKS ON FRONT STREET “Knit Wits, the crafting group open to all,” Wed nights, 6:30pm • Story Teller’s Open Mic on Sunday evenings • Art on display as part of Fourth Friday Gallery stop downtown, the fourth Friday every mo. with new exhibitions and artist receptions. Katherine Wolf Webb’s art show. • Memorial Day: Steve Roberts “Honoring the Fallen“ poetry exploring war and its costs. • Next Month’s Green Book Club selection will be “Kingsolver’s Animal, Mineral Vegetable.” Copies vailable at Old Books w/discounts to the book club and new members. • 6/16, 9am-9pm: Bloomsday Celebration, with food, beer, coffee, cakes and of course a marathon reading of Ulysses! Celebrity readers: Shea Carver of Encore, Ben Steelman of the Star News, Councilman Kevin O’Grady, George Schribner, Bob Workmon and Cleve Callison of WHQR, Richard Davis of the Brown Coat, Ken Cressman of Big Dawg, and many more. Slots are still available, please email if you have a time of day you would like to volunteer for 10 minutes to be part of this wonderful literary tradition. • “Shaun Mitchell Show”—a late-night format talk show (Read: not G-rated) hosted by Wilmington’s renown poet & playwright, Shaun Mitchell , 7:30pm. All episodes will be posted on YouTube, but seating will be set up for a live audience. www.youtube.com/user/ OldBooksonFrontSt Old Books on Front St: 249 N. Front St. (910) 76-BOOKS WOMEN IN BUSINESS SPEAKER SERIES 6/23, 11:30am, Michele Little, Style and Self Image Expert, author and speaker. The Women in Business Speaker Series will meet once per month fromApril to December, 2011. Each month, a speaker is brought in to share their expertise and provide insight to our local Women In Business. Each month, a different guest speaker known as an “expert” in her field will lecture or lead a workshop on a topic related to women in business. Tickets: $40, 910-350-1211. Press 102: 102 South 2nd Street
Classes/Workshops THE STORY PROJECT 6/18, 9am: CFCC pesents The Story Project. Free workshop offered to the public in a two-part series. Create your own digital story with photos, voice narration and music! Basic computer and Internet skills required. Workshop will be held at the Cape Fear Community College Library. Part I: The Drawing Board Saturday, June 18th 9am-2pm. Part II: Story Production Saturday, June 24th 9am-2pm. www. capefearstoryproject.net. email@example.com or (910) 362-7038. GRAMERCY PREP
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Gramercy Prep is teaching two SAT prep courses this summer in Wilmington. Each course is one week long Mon-Fri, 9am-12 noon. The first course is 7/18-22, and second, 8/8-12. 910-465-9445. www.gramercyprep.com. ILM REGIONAL HEALTH/SAFETY SCHOOL Established in 1950, the Wilmington Regional Health and Safety School is a non-profit organization committed to bringing important safety and health information to the public. 61st annual Wilmington Regional Safety and Health School takes place on 7/27-29 at the Best Western Coastline Inn, downtown Wilmington. Great opportunity for employers and employees in many industries to learn about safety and health in the workplace. Attendees will receive10 hours of MESH credit; hosts the region’s largest Safety Expo. Mini social on Wednesday night, a Moonlight Shrimp-A-Roo Cruise on Thursday, and more speakers on Friday. Guest speakers include NC Department of Labor Commission, Cherie K. Berry and the CH2Mhill staff. www.wilmingtonsafetyschool.com
Clubs/Notices CAPE FEAR RIVER WATCH 6/17, 7-8:30pm: Cape Fear River Watch, in partnership with the Southeast Coastal Plain Office of The Nature Conservancy, is thrilled to announce a special educational presentation by Dr. David Stahle on the ancient cypress trees found along the Black River, one of the major tributaries of the Cape Fear River. Reg. in advance. Cape Fear River Watch Headquarters, 617 Surry St. 910-762-5606 • 6/18: Paddle: Smith Creek and NE Cape Fear River. www.cfrw.us WILMINGTON MAGIC CLUB The Wilmington Magic Club is now accepting new members. If you have an interest in magic or currently perform magic, please come share your talents. Celebrating 30 years in Wilmington. Teaching sessions and magic performances at each meeting. Members include Beginners to Semi Professionals. 910-520-4026. WRITERS AND WELLNESS GROUP Life Writers and Wellness Group, (formerly “Grace in the Word”) meets 3rd Tues., 7-8:30pm. Schedule: 6/21, 7/19, 8/16, 9/20, 10/18, 11/15, 12/20. 5041 New Centre Dr, Ste 122. 910-2624454. firstname.lastname@example.org. www.meetup. com/Life-Writers-Wellness-Group/910-262-4454 or email@example.com. CAPE FEAR ROWER CLUB Cape Fear River Rowing Club’s classes for beginners: Two, three-hour morning sessions, from 8-11am, on Sat/Sun. Students will become familiar with the boats and equipment, learn proper technique on a rowing machine, and then experience on-the-water rowing instruction. No previous rowing experience is necessary, but students must know how to swim. 6/25-26, 7/2324, 8/27-28, 9/24-25, and 10/22-23. Wilmington Marine Center, 3410 River Rd. $60/two sessions. Limited to five students. Reg: Morris Elsen, morris. firstname.lastname@example.org. 910-343-3381.
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