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Cancellations and Delays: 34 reported

A

ACT Testing at Heide Trask High School
Cancelled Saturday
Make-up date TBD

ACT Testing at Coastal Christian High School
Cancelled Saturday

Arboretum (NHC)
Fall Arboretum Plant Sale
Rescheduled: Nov. 3

 

B

Battleship North Carolina
Closed Saturday

Bethesda Church Appreciation Service
Cancelled

Brunswick Football League
Cancelled Saturday
Rescheduled: Nov. 3 @ NBHS

Brunswick Parade of Homes
Cancelled Saturday

Brunswick Youth Football and Cheerleading
Cancelled Saturday

 

C

Cape Fear Fair and Expo
Closed Saturday and Sunday

Cape Fear River Watch Creek Week
Kick-off Party
Rescheduled: Nov. 3

Carolina Beach Fire Dept. BBQ Fundraiser
Rescheduled: Nov. 3, 2012

Carolina Beach Halloween Carnival
Cancelled - no make up date

Currie Event's Trunk-O-Treat 
Rescheduled to Tuesday, October 30th
6-8 pm at 186 Battleground Road.

F

Fort Fisher Fall Festival
Cancelled Saturday

Freeman Park
Closed Saturday at 2pm
Reopens Monday by 9am or sooner

 

G

Ghost Ship at the Battleship NC
Cancelled Saturday

Grissettown Longwood Haunted Trail
Closed Saturday
Will reopen Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights

 

H

Haunted Hayrides at Halyburton Park
Cancelled Saturday

Harvest Fest: Trunk or Treat
Rescheduled: Oct. 31, 6 p.m.

 

L

Laney on the Links 3 Golfers
Tournament postponed
Rescheduled: Nov. 17, 9 a.m., Registration: 7:30 a.m.

 

M

Moore's Creek Fall Fest
Rescheduled: Nov. 3

The Museum of Coastal Carolina
Closed Saturday

 

N

NC Festival by the Sea
Rescheduled: Nov. 17 & 18
Parade on Nov. 17

 

P

Parade of Homes in Brunswick County
Cancelled Saturday
Resumes Sunday from 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Poplar Grove Happy Tail Dog Expo
Cancelled Sunday
Postponed until Nov. 25

R

Riverfront Farmers Market
Cancelled Saturday

Run, Ride & Roll Event
Rescheduled for Spring 2013

Reflections on Rum (Northeast NHC Library)
Cancelled

S
Southport Oak Island Animal Rescue
3rd Annual Harvest Fest
Cancelled Saturday
Rescheduled for Nov. 3 

T

TheatreNOW Super Saturday Fun Time
Cancelled Saturday

 

W

Walk for Life (Lifeline Pregnancy Center)
Cancelled Saturday

Wilmington Health - Jacksonville Urgent Care
Opening at 10 a.m. on Sunday

Winter Park Baptist Church Upward Basketball Evaluations
Rescheduled for Nov. 3

 

Y

Yam Festival (of Tabor City)
Cancelled

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