Come out for the 3rd Latin American Festival, hosted and presented by El Centro Hispano. Enjoy live music, authentic Latin American food, cultural arts & crafts, folkloric dances, kids activities, and even a zumbathon. Don’t miss this cultural experience!
In case of rain, relocate to Carrboro Town Commons (Farmers’ Market).
Ring in the new school year at Northgate’s Back to School Bash! Northgate wants to help you get ready so you can rock the school.
Join us for a surf simulator, bounce house, face painters, farm animals, free haircuts and many more activities for the family. Bouncing Bulldogs, Riverside cheerleaders, live music and DJs entertain throughout the mall. Several stores are offering special Bash discounts. Ignite Community Care Center is sponsoring free backpack giveaways at the top of the hour, 11am-2pm. First come, first serve while supplies last.
Bring a new or gently used book for the Book Harvest book drive and enter to win one of twenty designer back packs valued at $120 and a gift basket from The Children’s Place. The more books you bring the better chance you have to win!
For more information on store promotions and event details, visit Northgate Mall’s website. Come enjoy this family friendly event at Northgate!
The Twenty-Second Edition of the world’s longest running progressive rock festival.
DAY OF SHOW: $120 – Saturday or Sunday Pass, SINGLE DAY PASS: $70 0-15yrs free with guardian. Students and 16-18 (with ID) half price.
The 35th Annual Greek Festival will be held at The Jim Graham Building at the State Fairgrounds. Taste some handmade, authentic Greek Food prepared by the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church Family using recipes handed down for generations. Hear Live Greek Music and See Traditional Folk Dances. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Habitat for Humanity of Wake County.
Dates & Times:
Fri., Sept. 9: 5pm-10pm; Sat., Sept. 10: 11am-10pm; Sun., Sept. 11: 11am-6pm
Gen. Admission: $3.00; Seniors & Ages 13-18: $2.00; Children under 13: Free
go to: www.greekfestivalraleigh.com
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Come out and join us at The Bazaar! There’ll be hot food truck (X4) fare, hot coffee & tea, local craft beer & cider, sweet treats, music, and awesome wares from over 50 of the most talented makers in the Triangle. Eat, drink & be merry with us!
An inviting and vibrant atmosphere welcomes visitors into this thriving craft & art market each Spring and Fall. Come meet your makers while enjoying some locally sourced food, bev & music!
All ages are welcome to join us for Fall fun! Activities include: Time Out! food truck; Chapel Hill fire truck; musical performances by Sisters’ Voices, Binkley Old Time Gospel Band, handbells; games & face painting; Fall crafts for all ages; Eyes, Ears, Nose & Paws service dogs; and more! Ramses the Tarheel mascot will join us for a Blessing of the Animals at 4 PM. Your pets are welcome!
An inviting and vibrant atmosphere welcomes visitors into this thriving craft & art market each Fall and Spring. Come out and meet your makings while enjoying some locally sourced food, bev & music!
The Hillsborough Handmade Parade is a grass roots community participation celebration sponsored and organized by the volunteers at the Hillsborough Arts Council. Starting with public workshops it culminates in a Mardi Gras style street parade, completely created by the community, with wild costumes, giant puppets, stilt-walkers, marching bands and much more.
Theme for 2016 Hillsborough Handmade Parade:
WALK OF THE WILD THINGS!
The Episcopal Church of the Advocate will be hosting the second annual Autumn Unplugged II October 16th from 1-6:30. There will be music, food and children’s activities and the event is free. Donations supporting the future Pee-Wee Homes project planned for the grounds of The Advocate will be gratefully accepted. For more information, please visit our website: TheAdvocatechurch.org.
Mark your calendars for some “spooktacular” fun at Chapel Hill High School’s Tiger CHill Carnival on Saturday, October 29 from 11:00am – 3:00pm. The fifth annual Tiger Chill will feature food, games, hands on craft activities and entertainment for the whole family.
Test your skills at carnival games sponsored by student clubs including, cake walks, face painting, robot driving and dodgeball. Enjoy performances by middle school bands, and Irish dancers and “garage bands”.
The carnival will feature a dunk tank, a high striker hammer game, several new inflatables, and a (not so scary) haunted house.
Dress in your Halloween costume and join the parade at noon. Prizes will be awarded for the best costume!
Come hungry! There will be something for every appetite including barbecue sandwiches, pizza, hot dogs, corn-on-the cob and an assortment of homemade international cuisine. Save room for dessert, homemade baked goods and a Candy Land booth will satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth.
Admission is free. Tickets for games, food and activities will be sold at the carnival’s entrance. The money raised by the carnival will fund activities for CHHS’s teachers, students, clubs, teams and bands.
St. Thomas More Catholic School presents its 13th annual Christmas Holiday Shoppe craft show in the elegant Friends and Family Hall of St. Thomas More Catholic Church on Saturday, December 3, 2016. Enjoy one-stop shopping with 65 talented artisans and crafters from throughout North Carolina and find the perfect gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list! A raffle, holiday music, bake sale, Candy Cane Coffee Bar (for that caffeine-fueled shopping boost) and the Reindeer Cafe add festive flair. Admission is free. All proceeds from Christmas Holiday Shoppe benefit St. Thomas More Catholic School and the enrichment of its educational programs.
A favorite Chapel Hill tradition, the annual holiday parade highlights the rich diversity of our community. From marching bands to business leaders, youth groups, and creatively decorated floats, this event puts everyone in a festive mood. At 10 a.m., the parade begins in front of the Post Office on Franklin Street and progresses through Chapel Hill, ending around noon at the Carrboro Town Hall.