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Leland Breaks Ground on New Cultural Arts Center

by | May 22, 2016 | Across the Cape Fear, Art & Culture, Brunswick County, North Brunswick

The Town of Leland hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the Leland Cultural Arts Center on March 14. The new 18,000-square-foot center is located at 1212 Magnolia Village Way.

Leland Cultural Arts Center Ground Breaking
The Cultural Arts Center is the culmination of years of planning to create a facility for arts-education programs, gallery space, social gatherings, activities and more for the residents of Leland and surrounding areas. The center houses numerous artistic programs including painting, pottery, sculpture, dance, theater, community arts festivals, afterschool programs and much more.

“The project represents Leland becoming an artistic hub in an area that has long been surrounded by a rich history of culture and entertainment,” says Leland Mayor, Brenda Bozeman.

For more information, contact Cultural Arts Manager Jill Brown at (910) 371-3391 or follow the center on Facebook by searching for Friends of the Leland Cultural Arts Center.

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As a native of southeastern North Carolina, Adam has a passion for sharing the stories of its people and places. He is eager to write about many of the amazing neighbors and experiences we have here. After graduating from Appalachian State University, he was a reporter for The Alamance News and Creekside Chronicle in the Piedmont Triad area. Not too long after, he earned a master’s degree in health education at East Carolina University in 2011. He began working in an array of roles in the career education sector as well as the public school districts in the region. He is happy to have settled back on the Coastal Plain, where he lives in Leland with his lovely wife, Jessica, and sweet hound, Shaka.

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