Collecting Supplies for Hurricane Florence Victims

Supplies are being collected and will be distributed to those still in need – primarily those in outlying communities and counties, many of whom are still experiencing severe flooding events. Our agents and staff will make deliveries to areas that are hardest hit.

We continue to think about – and work to support – our neighbors in Southeastern North Carolina. Please consider dropping off any of the items listed below at any of our office locations.

ITEMS IN NEED:

  • Clothes (new)
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Canned goods
  • Non-perishable food
  • Water
  • Pet food
  • Pet litter
  • Diapers
  • Baby food and formula
  • Toiletries

Please drop these off at any of our office locations below no later than Wednesday, October 3rd:

Corporate Office:  1902 Eastwood Road | Wilmington, NC 28403
Lumina 1:  1900 Eastwood Road, Suite 38 | Wilmington, NC 28403
Lumina 2:  1900 Eastwood Road, Suite 15 | Wilmington, NC 28403
Carolina Beach:  1025 North Lake Park Boulevard | Carolina Beach, NC 28428
Barclay Pointe:  1406 Barclay Pointe Drive, Suite 902 | Wilmington, NC 28412
Downtown:  228 North Front Street, Suite 101 | Wilmington, NC 28411
Leland:  497 Olde Waterford Way, Suite 107 | Leland, NC 28451
Ocean Isle Beach:  119 Causeway Drive | Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469
Porters Neck:  8262 Market Street, Suite 106 | Wilmington, NC 28411
Topsail:  116-C Shore Drive | Surf City, NC 28445
Wrightsville Beach:  523 Causeway Drive | Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480

Thank you for your kindness and generosity.


Hurricane Florence Recovery Tips and Helpful Info

Helpful Tips

  1. File with FEMA and get your FEMA number ASAP! You will need it for everything. Call 1-800-621-3362 or go to http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ to begin applying.
  2. File a claim with BOTH your homeowner’s and flood insurance. Even though it’s a flood, homeowners will cover some wind damage and most of them will give you money for “loss of use” if you can’t live in your house.
  3. File for Disaster Assistance. ANYONE in the affected areas may get assistance. Click Here to Complete Form
  4. File for Disaster Unemployment. If you can’t live in your house or go to work because your work is closed or flooded, this applies to you. You must file an application for benefits by October 17, 2018. That’s a 30-day window. If YOU don’t think you are eligible, think again. Self employed and small business owners who lost income due to the storm qualify! Individuals who are unable to reach their jobs or self employment locations due to the storm qualify! DUA is funded entirely by the federal government, and you must first file for regular unemployment insurance. If an individual is determined ineligible for regular unemployment insurance, or has exhausted their regular unemployment insurance benefits, a DUA claim can then be filed. To file an unemployment insurance claim related to the disaster, call 1-866-795-8877 or visit: https://des.nc.gov/des
  5. Get rental assistance. FEMA and SBA provide rental assistance to help pay for a place to live until you can get back into your house or find a new one.
  6. If you need repairs, rental assistance, want to buy a house, apply for an SBA loan. Although it is called the SBA, it is for homeowners too. Renters, as well as homeowners, may borrow up to $40,000 to repair or replace clothing, furniture, cars or appliances damaged or destroyed in the disaster. The SBA can approve a loan for the repair or replacement of a home up to $200,000. Survivors may apply insurance settlements to their disaster loan.
  7. Check local businesses for specials and discounts for people in the affected areas. Businesses will offer everything from half price pizza to furniture and clothing specials. If you have been resisting joining Facebook or don’t really use it much – now is the time to start a new bad habit! The Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce is posting all kinds of businesses that are offering help. Tons of people are sharing discounts.
  8. Call all of your bill collectors and notify them that you are in the affected area and/or that your house flooded. Most will delay your bill due dates. This includes your mortgage company, cable, electricity, water, credit card companies, phone etc.

*Tips and information compiled by Brunswick County Association of REALTORS®.


Community Recovery Resource Center opens Friday in New Hanover County

New Hanover County will open a Community Recovery Resource Center on Friday, September 28 at Independence Mall to assist residents of New Hanover County and surrounding areas as they recover from Hurricane Florence.

The Community Recovery Resource Center will house federal, state, and local agencies that are providing relief services including:

  • Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: Department of Social Services will be administering disaster food stamps at this location for New Hanover County residents beginning Friday. Open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri), 8 a.m.-6 p.m. (Wed), and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (Sat). More details are available here.
  • FEMA Disaster Recovery Center: FEMA representatives will be on site to help area residents apply for FEMA assistance, check a FEMA application status, apply for Small Business Administration (SBA) loans, and more. Details about FEMA’s Disaster Recover Center can be found here. Services begin Friday; open 9 a.m.-7 p.m. (Mon-Sat), and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. (Sun).
  • Supply Distribution Center: The Salvation Army, in coordination with New Hanover County, will be distributing supplies to residents, including clean-up kits, food boxes, and infant items. Based on need, the public can come to the resource center to receive vouchers before picking up supplies from the distribution center beginning Friday. Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., 7 days a week until further notice.
  • Multi-Agency Resources: Multiple non-profit and community organizations will be set up in the resource center beginning on Friday, to offer help, resources, and assistance to residents in the Cape Fear region. Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., 7 days a week until further notice.

In addition, on Friday, September 28 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., the NC Department of Insurance will host an Insurance Camp where residents can get information, file claims, and ask questions of insurance carriers. Numerous insurance companies as well as the Department of Insurance will be on hand to assist.

To access the Community Recovery Resource Center, the public should enter the Independence Mall parking lot from Independence Boulevard and follow directional signage to the entrance between Ruby Tuesday’s and the former Sears store. This outside entrance will be marked with signage, and is to the left of the main mall entrance. Independence Mall is also located on Wave Transit’s fixed bus routes.

Information about the Community Recovery Resource Center is available at EmergencyNHC.com.

Public Hotline: 910-798-6800


Coastal Management Offers Emergency CAMA General Permit for Hurricane Recovery

Property owners that need to replace docks, piers, bulkheads, or similar structures damaged by the hurricane along sounds, rivers and creeks may be authorized to do so more quickly through an emergency general permit offered by the NC Division of Coastal Management.

The emergency permit expedites the approval process for rebuilding these structures that meet state standards. The emergency permit may also be used for dune reconstruction and maintenance dredging of existing channels.

Link: https://deq.nc.gov/news/press-releases/2018/09/20/coastal-management-offers-emergency-cama-general-permit-hurricane


Insurance

Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey wants all North Carolinians to be educated and up-to-date as we recover from the effects of Hurricane Florence. Visit www.NCHurriClaims.com for information or call the Department of Insurance at 855-408-1212.

There are also a number of national and state charitable organizations that are doing their part to help the people of North Carolina to recover from this disaster. The Department understands that charitable contributions are often personal, and everyone gives in their own way. However, if you are looking to see how you can help those affected by the disaster, below are links to some of the organizations that are on the ground in North Carolina helping our fellow citizens:

Questions About Insurance?  Call the N.C. Department of Insurance consumer hotline at 855-408-1212 (toll free).

Questions About Flood Insurance?  Call the National Flood Insurance Program at 888-379-9531 (toll free).


June 2018 Area Events

06/01
Airlie Summer Concert Series · Machine Gun 6-8pm (admission $2-9)
(FREE) Concert on the Coast · Museum of Coastal Carolina,  Ocean Isle Beach, NC
SunCoast Cruisers Cruise-in · Join us at Marina Village with the SunCoast Cruisers Car Club.
First Friday at the Village · Fri 5 PM · Olde Southport Village Shoppes · Southport, NC

06/02
33rd Annual Carolina Beach Music Festival · Sat 10 AM · Carolina Beach Municipal Strand at the Boardwalk
Rent  · Sat 7:30 PM · Wilson Center · Cape Fear Community College · Wilmington, NC
34th Annual Lobster Fest  Sat 11 AM · Church of the Servant, Wilmington, NC · Wilmington, NC

06/03
Kure Beach Boogie In The Park  · Sun 5 PM Kure Beach
Museum Ships Weekend Sun 9 AM · USS NORTH CAROLINA Battleship · Wilmington, NC
The Big Paw Project + Cape Fear Raptor Center Sun 2 PM · The Husk Downtown Wilmington · Wilmington, NC
Turtle Talks 7pm OIB Community Center – Ocean Isle Beach

06/04
Salt Sanctuary Meditation – Mon 6:30 PM · Spiritquest · Ocean Isle Beach, NC
The Aesthetic of Water Takeover: An Exhibit by EDA Surf – Mon 10 AM · The Bellamy Mansion Museum · Wilmington, NC

06/05
Summer Wine Series · Tue 6:30 PM · The Seasoned Gourmet · Wilmington, NC
Rubber Ducky Night · Tue 7 PM · Pine Valley Country Club · Wilmington, NC

06/06
MY FAIR LADY · Jun 6 · Jun 10 · Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. · Wilmington, NC

06/07
Southport Summer Concerts · Thursdays in the Park · 7pm  Franklin Square Park  – Southport
Junior Sea Turtle 101 Single Day Camp · Thu 9 AM · Ecological Marine Adventures Topsail Island NC · Surf City, NC

06/08
Touch Tank Feeding · 11am Museum of Coastal Carolina, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
Wilmington Sharks Baseball · Fri/Sat  Buck Hardee Field-Legion Sports Complex

06/09
Kidstock: 3 Hours of Peace, Love & Kids’ Music  12:00 PM – 3:00 PM Wrightsville Beach Brewery, Wrightsville Beach, NC
Family Funkdown · Sat 7:30 PM · Terra Sol Sanctuary · Wilmington, NC
Rich Vos (Special Event) · Sat 7 PM · Dead Crow Comedy · Wilmington, NC

06/10
Little Pink Houses Cancer Benefit · Sun 8 PM · Riverfront Park · Wilmington, NC
Poolside Pig Pickin’ · Sun 4 PM · Beau Rivage Golf & Resort · Wilmington, NC

06/11
Nature Discovery Camp  Mon 8 AM · Halyburton Park · Wilmington, NC
Aura Photography · Mon 11 AM · Spiritquest · Ocean Isle Beach, NC

06/12
Primary Election Day 7 am
Reef Explorer with Gyotaku Fish Printing · Jun 12-Jun 13 · Museum of Coastal Carolina · Ocean Isle Beach, NC

06/13
Barnyard Tours – Wed 10 AM · The Stables at Poplar Grove · Wilmington, NC
Paws Place Dance Pawty · Wed 5 PM · Woodlands at St. James Plantation · Southport, NC

06/14
Basketball Camp for ages 7-14 · Thu 9 AM · Martin Luther King Center · Wilmington, NC
Memorial Golf Tournament · Thu 10 AM · Castle Bay Country Club · Hampstead, NC

06/15
15th Annual North Carolina Blueberry Festival · Jun 15 · Jun 16 · North Carolina Blueberry Festival · Burgaw, NC
First Annual Masquerade Ball · Fri 6 PM · The Bellamy Mansion Museum · Wilmington, NC

06/16
Stranger Things Escape Room · Jun 16 · Jun 17 · New Hanover County Northeast Branch Library · Wilmington, NC
2018 Tour de Blueberry · Sat 8 AM · North Carolina Blueberry Festival · Burgaw, NC

06/17
Clay Walker at Wilson Center · Sun 7:30 PM · Wilson Center · Cape Fear Community College · Wilmington, NC
Dinos and Donuts · Sun 8 AM · NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher · Kure Beach, NC

06/18
Movies In The Park presents Despicable Me 3 · Mon 8 PM · Ocean Isle Beach · Ocean Isle Beach, NC
Wrightsville Beach Farmers Market · Mon 8 AM · Wrightsville Beach, NC

06/19
Creative ART & Wheel Summer Camp · Tue 2 PM · Hot Mess Studios · Wilmington, NC

06/20
Bubbles n’ Blooms · Wed 6 PM · New Hanover County Arboretum · Wilmington, NC
Poplar Grove Farmers’ Market · Wed 8 AM · Farmers Market at Poplar Grove · Wilmington, NC

06/21
I The 90’s Party · Thu 10 PM · The Palm Room · Wrightsville Beach, NC
John Toppings At Jinks Creek Waterfront Grille Thu 6 PM Ocean Isle Beach, NC

06/22
Gary Lowder & Smokin’ Hot-Ocean Isle Beach Concert – Fri 6:30 PM
Adult/Child Golf Tournament 6/22  Fri 3:30 PM · The First Tee of Greater Wilmington · Wilmington, NC

06/23
Candle Making Party at Bill’s Front Porch -Sat 12 PM · Bill’s Front Porch · Wilmington, NC
Carolina Beach Double Sprint · Sat 7 AM · Carolina Beach, NC

06/24
The 2018 Bow Wow Luau & The Cat’s Meow® Sun 6:30 PM · Bluewater Waterfront Grill · Wrightsville Beach, NC
LaPella Pottery Workshop in Southport, NC · Sun 10 AM · Franklin Square Gallery · Southport, NC

06/25
Wrightsville Beach Farmers Market Mon 8 AM · Wrightsville Beach, NC
Movies In The Park presents The Lion King Mon 8 PM · Ocean Isle Beach, NC

06/26
Tuesday Trivia With RJ Tue 9 PM · Dig and Dive · Wilmington, NC
The Story of the Fort Fisher Hermit Tue 6 PM · Museum of Coastal Carolina · Ocean Isle Beach, NC

06/27
Tai Chi · Beginners Class! · Wed 9 AM · Morning Glory Coffeehouse · Wilmington, NC

06/28
Carolina Beach Summer Concert Series Thu 6:30 PM · Carolina Beach Boardwalk Amusement Park · Carolina Beach, NC
Team Trivia Every Thursday Thu 7:30 PM · Check Six Brewing Company · Southport, NC

06/29
Sharks Baseball Fireworks Night Fri 6 PM · Wilmington Sharks · Wilmington, NC
Lowcountry Bookshop Signing Fri 5 PM · Silver Coast Winery · Ocean Isle Beach, NC

06/30
Carolina Comedy Explosion Sat 8 PM · 2722 Carolina Beach Rd / VFW · Wilmington, NC
Fun In The Jungle Sat · 7 PM · Jungle Rapids Family Fun Park · Wilmington, NC
Riverfront Farmers’ Market · 7AM · Riverfront Farmers Market, Wilmington, NC


July Area Events

Open until 9/11: Waterfront Market – Ocean Isle Beach

Open until 10/7: Carolina Beach Farmers Market – Carolina Beach Lake Park

6/12 – 9/1: Wilmington Sharks Baseball Home Games – 2149 Carolina Beach Rd, Wilmington

7/1, 7, 14, 21, 28: Performing Arts Night – Carolina Beach Boardwalk Gazebo

7/6, 13, 20, 27: Fireworks by the Sea & Boardwalk Blast: – Cape Fear Blvd & Carolina Beach Ave N

7/1-2: 8th Annual Ocean City Jazz Festival | 2649 Island Drive, North Topsail Beach

7/1, 8, 15, 22, 29: Shallotte Farmers Market – Mulberry Park

7/1, 7, 14, 21, 28: Oak Island Summer Concert Series – Middleton Park Soccer Field

7/2, 9, 16, 23, 30: Free Movie Night – Carolina Beach Lake Park

7/2: NC Symphony Presents, Stars & Stripes – CFCC / The Wilson Center

7/2, 16: Kure Beach: Boogie in the Park Concert Series – Kure Beach Ocean Front Park

7/3: Ocean Isle Beach Freedom Celebration Fireworks – Ocean Isle Beach Pier | 1 W First St

7/3: Independence Day Fireworks by the Sea, Pleasure Island – Ocean Isle Pier

7/3, 10, 17, 24, 31: Ocean Isle Beach Turtle Talks – The Museum of Coastal Carolina

7/4: Wilmington 4th of July Celebration – Riverfront Park & N. Water St

7/4: Ocean Isle Fourth of July Parade – Ocean Isle Beach Pier | 1 W First St

7/4: Vans Warped Tour 17 – Legion Stadium

7/4-23: MR. ROBERTS – A Thalian Association Ccommunity Theatre Production – Battleship NORTH CAROLINA

7/4: 2017 NC 4th of July Festival – Southport

7/ 6, 13, 20, 27: WECT Sounds of Summer Concerts in the Park –  Wrightsville Beach Park

7/7, 21: Airlie Gardens Summer Concert Series – Airlie Gardens

7/7, 14, 21, 28 : Downtown Sundown Concert Series – Riverfront Park

7/7, 14, 21, 28: Ocean Isle Summer Concert Series – across from the Museum of Coastal Carolina

7/7-9: East Coast Got Em On King Mackerel Classic – Carolina Beach Municipal Docks

7/9: Yonder Mountain String Band plus Tyler Childers – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater

7/13: Jazz at the Mansion Concert Series – Bellamy Mansion

7/13: Cody Jinks plus Paul Cauthen – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater

7/13, 27, 29: Southport Summer Concert Series – Franklin Square & Garrison Lawn

7/14-30: UNCW / Lumina Festival of the Arts  – Kenan Auditorium

7/15: Oakdale Cemetery Angel Walking Tour – Oakdale Cemetery

7/28: Fourth Friday Gallery Nights – Downtown Wilmington

7/28: Sinbad – CFCC / The Wilson Center


Wells Fargo Championship Will Showcase Southeastern North Carolina

 

By Judy Royal

The bustling Wilmington NC real estate market and its impressive array of homes and properties will be on full display when some of the biggest names in golf, their devoted fanbases, and other spectators come to town in seven weeks. The Wells Fargo Championship, to be held May 1-7 at Eagle Point Golf Club in the rapidly growing Porters Neck section of northern New Hanover County, will act as a showcase of our area for thousands of visitors who might be getting their first glimpse at what Wilmington and its surrounding beaches as well as neighboring Pender and Brunswick counties have to offer. Would it really be a surprise if more than a few of them decided to buy their own slice of our paradise? After all, plenty of people fall in love with Southeastern North Carolina while on vacation and later return to spend their real estate dollars here so they can become a more permanent part of the area. It’s a symbiotic relationship, as many of the factors that stimulate tourism also strengthen a destination’s property market and provide a boost to home sales.

Whether you’re ready to buy or sell, or even if you’re just seeking a long-term rental or an NC beach vacation rental, Intracoastal Realty is here to meet your Wilmington NC real estate needs. We are a full-service real estate brokerage operating since 1976, and we currently have 12 offices with over 400 agents and staff to serve Southeastern North Carolina, including the areas of Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, Southport, Oak Island, Ocean Isle Beach, Leland, Hampstead, and Topsail Island.

If you’re already here, you might be thinking about offering your home for rent during the Wells Fargo Championship for the influx of visitors who will be descending upon our area. Intracoastal can help you with that, too. Many of these visitors will be seeking to combine the tournament with a beach vacation and looking for something a little less commercial than a hotel. Don’t go it alone and put yourself and your property at risk; let a professional help you navigate the waters of offering your home as a short-term rental option for those looking to explore and discover our area.

The Wells Fargo Championship, a PGA Tour-sanctioned competition usually held at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, began in 2003 as the Wachovia Championship and has raised more than $19 million since then through Champions for Education, its nonprofit host organization. Last year, the golf tournament in Charlotte drew 185,000 people. The tournament is making a one-year stop in Wilmington for 2017 because Quail Hollow Club is hosting the PGA Championship, one of golf’s four major tournaments, in August and the Charlotte course will need several months of lead time to prepare for it. Although the tournament will return to Charlotte in 2018, the Wilmington area will reap the benefits of the temporary relocation. With up to 30,000 tournament tickets available each day during the four days of competition rounds and a projected economic impact of between $40 million and $60 million for the region, the event is expected to infuse lodging and other service-related industries with a windfall and foster new or enhanced business relationships for area companies. Also, The First Tee of Greater Wilmington will be the primary beneficiary of the 2017 Wells Fargo Championship and its more than $1 million in anticipated charitable giving. Re-established in 2016 as a local chapter, this organization’s goal is to reach 25,000 youth within the community by 2018. With support from the City of Wilmington, a tract of land adjacent to the Wilmington Municipal Golf Course has been allocated for the building of a new program site that will consist of a three-hole practice course, driving net area, and 1,000-square-foot classroom building to create a solid learning environment. The grand opening of the new facility is scheduled for the week of the tournament.

Thursday and Friday of the tournament will be broadcast on the Golf Channel, with third and final round coverage on Saturday and Sunday to be nationally televised on CBS. The tournament is broadcast to one billion households in 225 countries. This will be the first PGA Tour event in the Port City since the Azalea Open was held at Cape Fear Country Club in 1971. That event started in 1949, and winners included Arnold Palmer, Mike Souchak, and Art Wall Jr. Player commitments for this year include Roberto Castro, Derek Ernst, Lucas Glover, Bill Haas, James Hahn, Mackenzie Hughes, Andrew Johnston, Danny Lee, Marc Leishman, Shane Lowry, Ben Martin, William McGirt, Phil Mickelson, Carl Pettersson, Jon Rahm, Adam Scott, Webb Simpson, Vijay Singh, and Hudson Swafford. Eagle Point is a Tom Fazio-designed course that opened in 2000 and has been ranked among the Golf Digest list of America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses six straight years.


March 2017 Area Events

March 2017 Events3/1 – 7/9: Beyond the Horizon – Cameron Art Museum

3/1: Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella at Cape Fear Community College / The Wilson Center

3/2 – 5/1: Reflections in Black & White – Cape Fear Museum of History & Science

3/3 – 25: Spring Art Show – Frankllin Square Gallery, Southport

3/3-5 & 10-12: World-famous Weeki Wachee Mermaids – at the NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher

3/3: Sixth Annual Sheriff’s Charity Ball -”Diamonds and Denim” – St. James Community Center in Southport

3/4: Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce – Live, Learn, Shop Local Expo – 925-15 Seaside Road, Ocean Isle Beach

3/4: Mardi Gras by the Sea Festival and Parade – Middleton Park Soccer Field, Oak Island

3/5: The Jungle Book – at Cape Fear Community College / The Wilson Center

2/16 – 3/5: Crimes of the Heart – Cape Fear Playhouse / Big Dawg Productions

3/7: The Habana Boys – Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts

3/10: Opening Reception / From the Fire – Cameron Art Museum

3/10: Best Foot Forward – at Cape Fear Community College / The Wilson Center

3/11: US Open Fat Bike Championship – Blockade Runner Beach Resort

3/11: Cape Fear Comic Con – Best Western Plus Coastline Inn, 503 Nutt Street, Downtown Wilmington

3/11: St. Patrick’s Day Festival & Parade – Parade: Downtown Wilmington / Festival: Riverfront Park

3/14: Sea Trail Garden Club Fashion Show and Charity – Sea Trail Conference Center in Sunset Beach

3/15: City Ballet / Beauty and the Beast – at Cape Fear Community College / The Wilson Center

3/16: Lionel Popkin – at Cape Fear Community College / The Wilson Center

3/17: Earth, Wind & Fire – at Cape Fear Community College / The Wilson Center

3/18: The 13th Annual Steve Haydu St. Patrick’s Day Lo Tide Run – Carolina Beach Boardwalk

3/18: Badwater Cape Fear – Ultra Marathon Race – Old Baldy Lighthouse, Bald Head Island

3/18: Wrightsville Beach Biathlon – Blockade Runner Beach Resort

3/18: The Wilmington Symphony Orchestra – Operatic Orchestra – at Cape Fear Community College /  The Wilson Center

3/21: Ann Wilson of Heart – at Cape Fear Community College / The Wilson Center

3/22: Lawn & Disorder, Comedy From The Suburbs – Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts

3/22: Cape Fear Stage Presents / STOMP – at Cape Fear Community College / The Wilson Center

3/23 – 4/6: The Last Encampment – Cape Fear Playhouse / Big Dawg Productions

3/24: Fourth Friday Gallery Nights – Downtown Wilmington

3/24-25: Quintiles Wrightsville Beach Marathon – Municipal Lane Wrightsville Beach

3/25: Puttin’ on the Ritz – 6th Annual The Golf Ball benefitting The Harrison Taylor Scholarship Fund – South Brunswick Islands Center, 9400 Ocean Highway 17 N, Carolina Shores

3/25: The Kennedy’s Concert – Virginia Williamson Event Center, Bolivia

3/30: Jason Isbell w/ special guest Hiss Golden Messenger – at Cape Fear Community College / The Wilson Center


February 2017 Area Events

February 2017 EventsFebruary’s calendar is HOT! Enjoy the warmth and character of the region with Broadway musicals, local Jazz and our Wine and Chocolate Festivals. Read below for a list of area performances, events, and activities sure to make your Valentine ecstatic. Our informative calendar includes links to important details and location information so that you won’t miss a thing.

2/1: 42nd Street – Cape Fear Community College – The Wilson Center

2/2-4: NC Jazz Festival: 37th Annual – Hilton Riverside Hotel

2/3-5: Wilmington Wine and Chocolate Festival – Coastline Conference and Event Center

2/9: North Carolina Symphony: Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade – Cape Fear Community College – The Wilson Center

2/9-19: They’re Playing Our Song – Thalian Hall Center for Performing Arts

2/10-14: Romantic Valentine Carriage Ride – Downtown Wilmington

2/10-11: Hugs & Fishes Valentine’s Day Lock-In – NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher

2/10: Big & Small Family Ball – Children’s Museum of Wilmington

2/10: Paula Poundstone at Cape Fear Community College – The Wilson Center

2/11: Wrightsville Beach Valentine 10K – Wrightsville Beach Park

2/11: Special Olympics Polar Plunge – Near Kure Beach Pier

2/11: Symphony POPS! Linda Lavin & Friends at Cape Fear Community College – The Wilson Center

2/12: Wine and Chocolate Pairing – Silver Coast Winery and Silver Coast Winery Tasting Room, Ocean Isle Beach

2/16: Riverdance: 20 Years at Cape Fear Community College – The Wilson Center

2/17: Legendary Singer-songwriter Justin Hayward at Cape Fear Community College – The Wilson Center

2/17-19: Anniversary of the Fall of Fort Anderson – Brunswick Town / Fort Anderson, Winnabow

2/18-19: Art For All 7 – Brooklyn Art Center

2/18: Run Oak Island – Middleton Park, Oak Island

2/19: Harpeth Rising Concert – Virginia Williamson Event Center, Bolivia

2/22- 4/8: Broadway Musical Pippin at Cape Fear Community College – The Wilson Center

2/23: Island Arts & Culture: Mardi Gras Art Auction – SeaWitch, Carolina Beach

2/24: Broadway’s The Midtown Men at Cape Fear Community College – The Wilson Center

2/25: Tidewater Camellia Club 67th Annual Camellia Show & Sale – New Hanover County Arboretum

2/25: Wilmington WINTER WINE & BEER WALK – Begins at “Wine & Beer Walk Headquarters” : Throne Theater

2/26: Grammy-Award Winning Singer Michael Bolton at Cape Fear Community College – The Wilson Center

2/28 – 3/1: Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella at Cape Fear Community College – The Wilson Center


January 2017 Area Events, Plus New Year’s Eve Celebrations

january-2017-events12/3 – 1/8: Art of Illumination – Cameron Art Museum

12/30 – 1/22: Sister Act – Thalian Hall Center for Performing Arts

12/31: Bluewater’s New Year’s Eve Big Band Bash – Bluewater Waterfront Grill

12/31: Island of Lights New Year’s Eve Celebration – Ocean Front Park & Pavillion

12/31: New Year’s Noon – Children’s Museum of Wilmington

12/31: Midnight in Paris – Le Catalan Café

12/31: New Year’s Eve Winner Party Boat Cruise – Carolina Beach Marina

12/31: New Year’s Benefit Gala – Thalian Hall Center for Performing Arts

12/31: New Year’s Eve Celebration – Blockade Runner Beach Resort

1/1: Toast the Coast – North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher

1/1: 1st Day Hike I – Fort Fisher State Recreation Area and Carolina Beach State Park

1/1: 2nd Annual Wrightsville Plunge – Wrightsville Beach (Crystal Pier)

1/1: 15th Annual Dolphin Dip – Surf City (Roland Ave Beach Access)

1/5 – 8: Art of the Bloom (Proceeds benefit Cameron Art Museum and New Hanover Garden Club) – Blockade Runner Beach Resort

1/7: Nabucco at the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD – Lumina Theater at UNCW

1/7: Hidden Battleship – Battleship North Carolina

1/9 – 11: Nocturnal Animals – Thalian Hall Center for Performing Arts

1/14: Run for Food Marathon and 5K Race – Ocean Isle Beach Town Hall

1/14: The 152nd Anniversary of the Battle of Fort Fisher – Fort Fisher State Historic Site

1/16: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day March and Commemoration – Historic Downtown Wilmington

1/16 – 18: Loving – Thalian Hall Center for Performing Arts

1/21: Cold Stroke Classic: 9th Annual – Blockade Runner Beach Resort

1/21: Taste of Wrightsville Beach – Blockade Runner Beach Resort

1/21: Joe Crookston Concert – Virginia Williamson Event Center

1/21: Roméo et Juliette at the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD – Lumina Theater at UNCW

1/22: The Silver Coast Bridal Show – Silver Coast Winery, Ocean Isle Beach

1/21: Battleship 101 – Battleship North Carolina

1/22: Wilmington Symphony Orchestra’s Beethoven 15K & 5K – Brunswick Forest Fitness Center, Leland

1/26: Beginnings Chicago Tribute – Virginia Williamson Event Center

1/26 – 29: East Coast Shag Classic – Holiday Inn Resort

1/28: Shallotte Rotary Club Las Vegas Night – 130 Whiteville Rd Shallotte, NC

1/28: AIW (Arts In Wilmington) First Annual Awards Show – theArtWorks | 200 Willard Street

1/28: David Cassidy in Concert – Thalian Hall Center for Performing Arts

1/29: The Adventures of Bonnie Reed, Queen of The Pirate Ants – Thalian Hall Center for Performing Arts


Celebrate the Arts in January with AIW (Arts In Wilmington)

Saturday, January 28th at 6 pm, join AIW (Arts In Wilmington) for the first annual Wilmington Awards show at theArtWorks. This year’s celebration will honor four outstanding recipients from the area. Beer, wine, and heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served. 12-20-aiw-awards-promotion-poster-final

Award recipients include:
Individual Artist:  Hiroshi Sueyoshi
Individual:  Jim & Betsy Knowles, Owners of theArtWorks
Arts in Education:  Gabriel Lovejoy
Organization:  DREAMS of Wilmington

AIW (Arts In Wilmington) connects artists, arts professionals, and arts advocates and includes Wilmington, Carolina & Kure Beaches, Wrightsville Beach, Hampstead, Surf City, Topsail Beach, Burgaw, Leland, Shallotte, Southport and Brunswick County Beaches.

To purchase tickets:  AIWAwards.EventBrite.com

For more information:  Contact Craig Stinson at 910-524-2679 or craigstinson@intracoastalrealty.com

 


Charitable Giving: Intracoastal Realty Gives Back

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Each year, we award education scholarships to deserving students at Brunswick Community College, Cape Fear Community College, and UNCW (25 years & Counting! )

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Intracoastal Realty has a rich involvement with many charitable organizations through its managers, agents and staff members, to serve our community by way of helping others. Including:

ACCESS of Wilmington
Airlie Gardens
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association
American Legion
American Red Cross
Alzheimer’s Association
Arts Council of Wilmington
Art in Wilmington
Ashley Eagles Athletic Booster
Azalea Festival
Beach2Battleship Triatholon
Bellamy Mansion Museum Boys & Girls Club of Coastal Carolina
Brunswick Community College
Cameron Art Museum
Cape Fear Blue Water Fishing Club
Cape Fear Community College
Cape Fear Community College Foundation
Cape Fear Council- Boy Scouts
Cape Fear Habitat for HumanityCape Fear Home Builders Parade of Homes
Cape Fear Jazz Society
Cape Fear Literacy Council
Cape Fear Museum
Cape Fear Rugby Club
Cape Fear Surfrider Foundation
Carolina Canines for Service
Carousel Center
Center for the Visually Impaired
Children’s Museum of Wilmington
Chi Omega’s 11th Annual Golf Tournament Coastal Christian High School
Coastal Horizons Center
Committee of 100: WID
Communities in Schools of Cape Fear Community Boys & Girls Club
Community United Effort
Cucalorus – 2016 Supporting Sponsorship
DARE
Disability Resource Center
Domestic Violence Shelter DREAMS of Wilmington
East Coast Got-Em-On Classic
ELEMENT PRODUCTIONS

Family Services of the Lower Cape Fear
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Girl Scout Troop 957
Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington
Good Shepherd Center
Greater Wilmington Chamber of Commerce
Greater Wilmington Sports Hall
Guardian Ad Litem
Hanover Lions Club
Historic Wilmington Foundation
Hoggard Athletics & Theatre Departments JC Rowe, PK
JDRF- Hope Gala, FUND A CURE
Junior Achievement Spring Classic
Karma Foundation
Kids Making It, Inc.
Landfall Foundation
Leland Area Rotary Club – L.A. Golf Classic
Leukemia & Lymphoma Regatta Cup
Lower Cape Fear Historical Society
Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter
Lump To Laughter, Inc.
Make-A-Wish Foundation
March of Dimes
Masonboro Island Preservation
Morris Animal Foundation
New Hanover County Schools
New Hanover Partnership
New Hanover Regional Medical Foundation
NC Association of the Deaf
NC Holiday Flotilla
North Carolina Coastal Land Trust
Oak Island Lions Club
Paws4People, Inc
Phoenix Employment Services Luncheon
Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce
Pleasure Island Soccer Association
Port City Soccer Club
Relay for Life
Reel Housewives of Topsail Island
Rotary of South Brunswick
SMART START of New Hanover County
Snipes Elementary
Special Olympics Annual Fund
Southport-Oak Island Area Chamber
of Commerce
St. Marks Odyssey of the Mind Challenge
Supper Optimist Club Wilmington
Trinity Children Incorporated
University of NC at Wilmington
USO North Carolina, Inc – Golf Tournamnet
Welcome Home Angel
Whisper Foundation
Willie Stargell Foundation
Wilmington Central Rotary Club
Wilmington Housing Authority
Wilmington Women’s Club
Wilmington Realtors Foundation
Wrightsville Beach Fire Department
Wrightsville Beach Foundation
Wrightsville Beach Museum – 20th Lumina
Wrightsville Beach Police Officer’s Ball
Wrightsville United Methodist Church
YWCA of the Lower Cape Fear