Join us for 4th Friday!
Places to visit during 4th Friday on October 25:
There is plenty to see and do every 4th Friday in downtown Fayetteville! Check out these locations for art and culture-related activities:
Arts Council, 301 Hay St.: Visual art exhibitions from 7 to 9 p.m. Featuring the opening of A Sense of Horror, a juried exhibition. In front of the building, the Army Ground Forces rock band, Loose Cannons, performs songs like Michael Jackson's "Thriller" to get us in the mood for the Zombie Walk.
Cape Fear Studios, 148 Maxwell St.: Visual art exhibitions from 6 to 9 p.m. See the opening of the 2013 Annual
Member Artists' Holiday Season Exhibit featuring new work from all Cape Fear Studios Member Artists from 6 to 9 p.m.
Cumberland County Headquarters Library, 300 Maiden Ln.: Learn to prepare yourself and your family for tornadoes, hurricanes, and yes, Zombies, from 7 to 9 p.m. Featuring the Zombie Squad of S.E. North Carolina. People participating in downtown's 4th annual Zombie Walk are invited to gather outside of the library at 7 p.m.
Fascinate-U Children’s Museum, 116 Green St.: Admission is free. Celebrate Halloween by making some simple and fun spider crafts. This spider craft can be hung in your window or anywhere around you house! After creating their 'creepy-crawler, kids can enjoy free play at the museum from 7 to 9 p.m.
Fayetteville Area Transportation Museum, 325 Franklin St.: See artifact-filled exhibits, including a model train room, that tell
the story of transportation from pre-history through the early 20th century.
The Transportation Museum also hosts the City Market with crafts and local
produce for sale. The Terry Sanford High School Centennial Exhibit, a
commemorative exhibit that highlights 100 years of scholastic and social life, will also be on display. Stop by from 6 to 10 p.m.
Market House: Featuring an educational exhibit upstairs about Cross Creek Cemetery from 6 to 10 p.m.
Market Square Coffee House: Local Music Showcase beginning at 7:30 pm.
Be sure to catch John Malzone’s Cotton Exchange Express, weather permitting. The free train ride departs from the Cotton Exchange at 226 Donaldson St.
4th Friday is a downtown tradition
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!
Exhibits, entertainment, refreshments and featured artists all combine to bring the art of Fayetteville to everyone – free of charge! Businesses in the four and a half block of historic downtown Fayetteville join the action and become artistic venues on 4th Friday, featuring the arts in all forms, for all ages.
Families love it. Seniors love it. Teens love it. Arts supporters love it. And once you've been to a 4th Friday, you'll love it too. So what are you waiting for? Join us on 4th Friday!