Wilmington always offers a myriad of entertaining and interesting cultural events for our guests, and this month is no exception. Check out our suggestions for February fun.
CFCC International Film Festival
Immerse yourself in foreign films with a variety of German, French, and Spanish films at Cape Fear College’s Union Station Auditorium from February 10-13. All films are shown with subtitles and include such selections as Mune, Guardian of the Moon, Bauhaus Spirit: 100 Years of Bauhaus, and Cacu, Un Cambio por la Vida.
The Pirates of Penzance or, The Slave of Duty
Head over to The Wilson Center on February 16, for the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players’ performance of the classic musical comedy, The Pirates of Penzance or, The Slave of Duty.
Join us at the Brooklyn Art Center (BAC) from February 22-23 for Art for All. Famously referred to as downtown Wilmington’s “cutting-edge art show,” this event will feature the work of more than 50 artisans in a variety of media, including pottery, illustrations, sculpture, paintings, metalwork, glass, watercolor, photography, and more. You’ll also find vendor tents, food trucks, a raffle, and a cash bar.