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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Coastal care for animals

Coastal Animal Rescue Effort

Friday, March 22 at 7 p.m.

The Terraces at Sir Tyler

1826 Sir Tyler Drive

$25


The second annual Coastal Animal Rescue Effort at The Terraces at Sir Tyler will include a silent auction, live music and more to benefit the care of animals, as well as building a no-kill, veterinarian operated shelter. For more details, contact Robin at 910-256-2624 or visit www.terracesonsirtyler.com 




Hat-tastic reading

Talk with Mrs. Rosella Fields Bellamy

Saturday, March 23 at 2 p.m.

Main Library

201 Chestnut St.

Free


The New Hanover County Main Library will host Mrs. Rosella Fields Bellamy of Wilmington as she discusses her book, “The Beautiful Black Christian Woman and Her Sunday Hat.” The public is invited to wear their best church hats and to be photographed for the library’s photo archives. No registration is required; please contact Jennifer Daugherty at 910-798-6305.




Satirical songs of society 

Stone Soup Concerts Presents:
Roy Zimmerman

Saturday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m.

Bellamy Mansion Museum

503 Market St.

$15


Performing in the parlor at Bellamy Mansion Museum, comedian, musician and political satirist Roy Zimmerman will deliver a combination of socially conscious comedy and original music. Roy Zimmerman sings original satirical songs about anything from class warfare and religion to guns and ignorance. For more, visit www.bellamymansion.org



Kid-friendly bird day

Birdfeeders with Bling: Stories and Crafts

Monday, March 25 at 3 p.m.

Northeast Regional Library

1241 Military Cutoff Road

Free


“Birdfeeders with Bling” gives children up to 10 years old a chance to learn about their feathered friends via story and discussion. While they make fun, funky bird feeders of their own, kids can also play Bird Bingo. Call or register online via the calendar of events page by March 22 at 5 p.m. 

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