MEMORIAL DAY, ART, SAFETY EXPO

It is fitting that we should enjoy ourselves on the Memorial Day weekend. Many have fought, died, were injured for our right to enjoy life in the United States of America. So, have your picnics and cook-outs. Enjoy fishing, surfing, kayaking, swimming, beaching in all its forms. Just remember to keep in mind the reasons you can do these things. On Monday, Memorial Day, there will be several events that celebrate those who served and those who serve. You might want to check them out. The Southport Memorial Day Parade will begin at 10:30 AM in Southport, NC. You will be able to view it on Howe St. between Lord Street and Leonard Street and on Leonard Street to the John N. Smith Cemetery. Following the parade, at the cemetery at about 11 AM, Reverend Reginald Simmons will speak at the American Legion Post 213 Memorial Day program. At 2 PM, there will be a ‘Days of Remembrance’ program at the Southport Community Building with speaker Howie Franklin, former Air force One flight steward. This event will be hosted by the Junior Women’s Club of Southport, NC and will finish with an ice cream and apple pie social.

On Saturday and Sunday, art lovers might want to make their way to Bald Head Island, NC. The Smith Island Art league will hold their annual Memorial Day Show at the Association Center next to the Village Chapel of Bald Head Island.

Also, on Saturday, from 10 AM until 2 PM you can take the whole family to the US Coast 
Guard Station-Oak Island-Annual Safety Expo in Caswell Beach, NC. Here you can learn about the ways the US Coast Guard is keeping us safe while, at the same time, enjoy exploring all the kinds of safety equipment used in their operations and the safety operations of the area.

Station Oak Island Safety Day Expo

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