Music is in the air all over Brunswick County, NC. If you pay attention you can hear birds singing. They sing the sunrise into the sky, continue their concert throughout the day, and sing the sun to sleep at night. The breeze sings its own song – rustling through the leaves of the trees and setting off wind chimes. The ocean is constantly singing and yet sings a different song each day. Sometimes it is soft and gentle and sometimes it roars. If you like organized music, March is a great month to indulge yourself. The U. S. Navy Concert Band will be presenting a free concert at the Brunswick Community College Odell Williamson Auditorium (

in Bolivia, NC on Wednesday, March 11, at 7:30 PM. The concert band has been performing public, family friendly concerts for 90 years. The concert will feature marches, patriotic works and orchestral selections.

Our very own Sea Notes Choral Society (

will present their Spring Concert on March 27, 28 and 29 in the NC Baptist Assembly Auditorium in Caswell Beach, NC. This concert will be a fun event for those of us who recall the songs of the 60s as these songs will be featured in this free concert. The March 27 performance will take place at 7:30 PM while the March 28 and March 29 performances will happen at 3 PM. With three chances to make it to this event, how can you lose?

On March 13, 14 and 15, the Stagestruck Players of Brunswick Little Theater (

will present Godspell Jr. at their theater in Southport, NC. The Friday and Saturday performances will begin at 7:30 PM and the Sunday performance will be at 3 PM.




Intercultural Festival

Have you been thinking about traveling but have been hesitant about doing so? Why not make the short trip to Brunswick Community College in Bolivia, NC on Saturday, September 7, 2013 and take part in the Brunswick County Intercultural Festival for free?  The festival runs from 10 AM until 4 PM on the grounds of the Odell Williamson Auditorium. Continuous entertainment begins at 10:30 AM and features storytelling and performances by such groups as: Polynesian Island Dance where you can learn to dance the Hula; Youth Japanese Drummers; the Indian Group from Cape Fear;, Techmoja Dance and Theater Group; and Ballet Folklorico Gudalupano. Kids can receive passports and learn about more than 20 countries from local residents at the International Pavilion and win a prize to boot. They can also witness a painting demonstration by an Union Elementary School student and take part in a PaintAlong.  For  fee of $8.00 you can participate in a food tasting from 12:30 PM until 2:30 PM where you can sample cuisine from all over the world.