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ANNUAL EAST COAST GOT-EM-ON CLASSIC July 6-7: Enjoy this long running fishing tournament in its 28th year. 910-458-5065. Carolina Beach, Wilmington, N.C. www.got-em-on.com.
BATTLE OF HUCK'S DEFEAT July 14-15: A reenactment of the battle of Huck's defeat will take place near the actual site of the engagement. Historic Brattonsville, McConnells, SC. 803-684-2327. www.chmuseums.org.
BATTLESHIP BLAST July 4: Watch one of the largest choreographed fireworks displays in the State cascade over the Battleship. 6 p.m. 910-251-5797 ext. 2048. Wilmington, N.C.
BEYOND THE MAKER'S MARK July 1-22: Celebrated, silversmith, Paul de Lamerie's Silver in the Cahn Collection to be shown. Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tenn. 901-544-6200. www.brooksmuseum.org.
BODY WORLDS July 1-31: Featuring more than 200 human specimens that allow visitors see and understand physiology in an unforgettable anatomy lesson. $8-$22. Discovery Place. 704-372-6261. www.discoveryplace.org/bodyworlds.com.
CAROLINA CELEBRATION OF LIBERTY July 1, 4 & 7:30 p.m. First Baptist Church, Columbia, S.C. www.firstbaptistcolumbia.com. 803-256-4251.
CENTER CITY GREEN MARKET July 1-31: Fresh local produce, fish, flowers, and handmade crafts. July 7: Red, White and Blueberry Pancakes -- Heroes Day and Firefighter's Pancake Breakfast. Every Saturday, 8 a.m.--1 p.m. Seventh Street, across from Reid's Fine Foods. www. Centercitygreenmarket.com.
CHARLOTTE MERCHANDISE MART July 3-8: Universoul Circus; July 14: Hot Import Nights. 704-333-7709. www.carolinasmart.com.
CLASSY-CHASSIS CAR SHOW & COUNTRY FLEA MARKET July 7. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Antique & Classic cars and Motorcycles on the plantation at Historic Poplar Grove. Includes vendors, food and prizes. Poplar Grove Plantation 10200 US Hwy 17 North Wilmington, N.C. www.poplargrove.com.
COMEDY ACTING DAYCAMPS July 1-31: For boys and girls ages 8-18. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Theatre Charlotte. 704-540-7781.
ELDER GALLERY July 6-31: World of Enjoyment. New works by Leandro Manzo. 704-370-6337. www.elderart.com.
FAMILY CULTURAL APPRECIATION DAY July 28: Event consists of youth arts and crafts, storytellers, films, workshops, puppet show, dancers, vocalist exhibitions and Shotgun House Experience tours and games. 12-6 p.m. Afro-American Cultural Center. www.aacc-charlotte.org.
FESTIVAL FOR THE ENO July 4, 7 & 8: Durham City Park, Durham, N.C. www.enoriver.org.
FLEA MARKET July: Every Saturday and Sunday. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. State Fairgrounds. 919-821-7400. Raleigh, N.C.
FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS July 4. Lake Wylie, S.C.
FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS July 4. Myrtle Beach, S.C.
FUN FOURTH FESTIVAL July 1, 3 & 4. Greensboro, N.C.
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION July 4. Manteo, Outer Banks, NC.
INDEPENDENCE DAY FESTIVAL July 7: Fireworks, bbq, games/crafts and live music f/ Edwin McCain, Laura Blackley, and Jackson Crossing presented by The Lodges at Eagles Nest. $20 ADV/$25. The Heart Rock Amphitheatre, Banner Elk, N.C. 828-898-8645. www.eaglesnestbe.com.
INDEPENDENCE DAY FIREWORKS AT CAROLINA BEACH July 4: Enjoy fireworks at 9:30 p.m. at the beach. For more information call 910-458-2993. Wilmington, N.C.
INDEPENDENCE IN THE PARK July 4: Amusement rides, concessions and live music by Too Much Sylvia. Monroe, N.C.
INSIDE PITCH July 21-22: Toy, Hobby, Sportscard & NASCAR Show. Metrolina Expo Trade Center. 919-553-4285. Raleigh, N.C.
INTERGALACTIC BEAD SHOW July 28-29. Metrolina Expo Trade Center, bldg. # 3. 888-729-6904.
ISLAND HERITAGE FESTIVAL July 1-2: 5-day celebration of 12 programs honoring the history and culture of African-Americans "Gullah People", and the historic treasures of their Sea Island home "James Island". Charleston, S.C. www.islandheritagefestival.com.
JULY 4TH HERITAGE CELEBRATION July 4. Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, Belmont, N.C. www.dsbg.org. 704-825-4490.
JOSEPH-BETH BOOKSELLERS July 7: Bill and Susan Hayes sign Like Sands Through the Hourglass; July 9: Omar Tyree signs The Last Street Novel; July 20: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Release Party. One minute past midnight, grab your book and go! Party starts at 10 p.m. 704-602-9800. www.josephbeth.com.
KIDSFEST July 1-31: "Untamed Illusions" brings majestic cats and grand illusions for summertime family fun in the Great Smoky Mountains. Dollywood, Pigeon Forge, Tenn. www.dollywood.com.
THE KERNERSVILLE FIREWORKS DISPLAY July 4: Patriotic concert on the Kernersville Elementary School football field beginning at 7 p.m. Fourth of July Park. 336-996-3062. Free www.toknc.com/pr Winston-Salem, N.C.
THE LEXINGTON COUNTY PEACH FESTIVAL July 4, 9 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Gilbert Community Park, Columbia, S.C. 803-892-5207.
LIVING HISTORY DAYS July 7, 21, 28. Historic Brattonsville, McConnells, SC. 803-684-2327. www.chmuseums.org.
MEMPHIS FARMER'S MARKET July 7: Sounds Corny, But We're All Ears; July 14: Berryville; July 21: Just Peachy; July 28: Tomato "To-mah-to". For more information, call 901-575-0592. Memphis, Tenn.
MINT MUSEUM OF ART July 1-8: Vantage Point VI: Tom Hunter: Contemporary Narratives. July 1-22: Lynn Saville, "Night Vision": photographs in the post twilight hours. July 1-31: "An American Vision": Henry Francis du Pont's Winterthur Museum. Chronicling America's past through the decorative and useful arts of our ancestors from 1640-1860. July 1: Winterthur: Henry Francis du Pont's adventures in collecting American antiques free lecture, 3 p.m. July 10-12: Teen Drawing camp for students grades 7-12 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. $75-$90. July 24-26, July 31-Aug. 2: Adult/Child workshop for children ages 3-5 accompanied by an adult. Children learn about original works of art and have hands on art activities from 10-11:30 a.m. $30-$50. 704-337-2098. July 29: Enjoy an afternoon of chamber music popular in 18th and early 19th century America at 3 p.m. www.themintmuseums.org.