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Bring Your Own Hard Hat Tour

Cape Fear Green Building Alliance, AIA Wilmington

Aug. 22, noon

2524 Tonbo Trail

 

Tour the Tonbo Meadow homes off Greenville Loop Road, a recent recipient of a Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Award. Since the buildings are in various stages of construction, the tour gives attendees a look at all stages of the project, including a finished home. Attendees are asked to wear closed-toed shoes and bring their own hard hat. The event costs $5 for alliance members and $10 for nonmembers.


 

2014 Ecumenical Build Dedication

Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity

Aug. 24, 2 p.m.

1309 Corbett St.

 

Join Habitat for a dedication ceremony for the 2014 Ecumenical Build, a home for Carlos, Stephanie and family. The home was sponsored by nine local churches: First Presbyterian Church, Holy Cross Episcopal Church, Little Chapel on the Boardwalk, Masonboro Baptist Church, St. Andrews on-the-Sound, St. James Parish, St. John’s Episcopal Church, St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church and Windermere Presbyterian Church.

 


 

Cracking the Code Workshop

Wilmington-Cape Fear Home Builders Association

Aug. 27, 3-5 p.m.

Muirfield Townes, 4329 Terrington Drive

 

Need a refresher on state and local building codes? This workshop for builders and remodelers features an explanation of New Hanover County Inspections software and current trends in building by speakers Dennis Bordeaux, Chris O’Keefe and Robert Privott. The event is free for members. Registration, available online at www.wcfhba.com, is required.

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