Time To 'Feed The Bird'

Week of events intended to buoy up local bookstore

Posted: July 4, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

Lisa Sharp, owner of Nightbird Books, likens the "Feed the Bird" series of events next week to fundraisers on public radio and television. For the bulk of the year, people watch, listen or visit for free. Then comes the week of pleas for the public's help.


Feed the Bird Celebration

WHEN — Monday through July 12

WHERE — Nightbird Books in Fayetteville

ADMISSION — Prices vary; a $75 all-event pass is available

INFO — nightbirdbooks.com


‘Feed the Bird’

Schedule of Events


9 a.m.-1 p.m. — Jail Bird, featuring Fayetteville celebrities asking for “bail money”

7 p.m. — Song Bird, a community singalong hosted by Adam Cox, $5


7 p.m. — Birds of a Feather, with cocktails and the live “Whosie Whatsit” game show, $5-$20


4-7 p.m. — Bird Seed, with food samples from local restaurants, $20


7 p.m. — Spoken Bird, featuring Clayton Scott and Johnathan Williams, $15

July 11

9 p.m. — Late Night Bird with bands Sw/mm/ng, High Lonesome and Brothel Sprouts, $5

July 12

10 a.m.-1 p.m. — Little Bird, with crafts and kids games, $10/family

9 p.m. — Birds in Flight with bands Surf Minus Surf, King Boleta and Peace of the Sea, $5

— Source: Staff Report

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