Around Town Things To Do Places To Go People To See Movies log into calendar / register
Search by keyword or venue View Listings For A Day
    space Add Event

Top Acts About Town
    
Experimental (Incl. All Music Forms), Chamber Music
[dnme] Duke New Music Ensemble
Directed by Brooks Frederickson, [dnme] brings together undergraduate and graduate students in performing music written in the 20th and 21st centuries, as well as new works by Duke student composers. In addition, [dnme] also collaborates regularly with faculty and guest artists from the Duke University Department of Music and other institutions across North Carolina.
Upcoming Schedule »

Social Event
10/40 Gala Celebration
In 2019, Campbell Law will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the school’s trailblazing move to the heart of North Carolina’s capital city and the 40th anniversary of its first graduating class. To mark these milestones, Campbell Law cordially invites you and yours to participate in a series of special events, including our 10/40 Gala Celebration on the evening of March 22 in the exquisite banquet hall at downtown Raleigh’s new Union Station.
Upcoming Schedule »

Art Show
123 Art Studios Multi Media Art Show featuring Emma Skurnick and the Open Studio Group
123 Art Studios proudly features the original paintings and drawings of North Carolina artist, Emma Skurnick, along with her students of The Open Studios Group. Emma will join artistic forces with her dozen plus students, featuring works in a diversity of styles and media. Emma received her undergraduate degree in Fine Art from Binghamton University in New York, and her graduate certification in Science Illustration from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Her paintings have been exhibited nationally and published internationally. Come ride the creative waves of more than twenty local artists, wondrously varied in media, personality, and artistic process. Wind your way through the forest to Pittsboro's most hidden surprise that is 123 Art Studios This bi-annual show features painters, sculptors, wood workers, and a few media in between. Meet these artists! Delight in their works! Purchase their works! Light refreshments and happiness. 3/23 and 3/24 from 11 am to 5 pm both days.
Upcoming Schedule »

Conference, Talks/Lectures, Convention, Religious
2019 CMDA National Convention
This convention provides great opportunities for you to transform as you fellowship with Christian healthcare professionals, learn about current health and social issues, renew your faith through worship and network with exhibiting organizations. You don’t want to miss this event! Who should attend the National Convention? Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Dentists, Optometrists, Nurses, Dental Hygienists, Physician Assistants, Administrators and Office Staff, Residents, Students, all other healthcare professionals, and spouses of all healthcare professionals. Learn More @ cmda.org/nationalconvention. #NatCon2019
Upcoming Schedule »

Running, Benefit/Fundraiser
2019 Donate Life Hero Run
Come dressed in your favorite hero costume to run/walk our 5K or our one-mile fun run. Race Description/Details*: The race will begin at Lake Benson park shelter 1. Runners will do the loop around Lake Benson Park, cross Buffaloe road and do an additional loop around White Deer Park. There will be a Garner Police officer stationed at the road crossing for the safety of runners/walkers. The route is a mix of pathed and un-pathed trails, runners will appreciate the relatively flat trail while walkers will enjoy the beautiful path around the lake. The Hero Run is dog-friendly. We just ask that all dogs be on a leash and runners/walkers with dogs begin at the back of the group. All funds go towards continued outreach and education statewide of organ, eye, and tissue donation.
Upcoming Schedule »

Education, Community Event
24the Annual African American Celebration
The Ujima Group, Inc. in partnership with the Town of Cary will host its 24th Annual African American Celebration at the 122 E Chatham St, Cary, NC 27511. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Hidden in the Shadows: A Conversation on Immigration in America”. Immigration has become a flash point in our politics. It is highly personal for a wide variety of reasons. This conversation is an opportunity to just listen to each other’s experiences around this issue. Increased understanding can be a foundation for better relationships and even solutions. Musical performance by, Brian E. Miller is a native of Kinston, NC. Nitia has the gift of setting the atmosphere with her special style of singing jazz, blues, soul and inspirational. Fruit of Labor provide our community members - youth, women, students, workers, immigrants, elders - an enlightening, comfortable & fun cultural and social justice educational experience using music, art, food, exercise, film, dance and empowering culture and fellowship. They provide the best empowering cultural & educational experience that can help engage and empower our community. In the United States, the month of February is observed as Black History Month. It is the month to remember the important contributions and achievements of African Americans. There will be fun for the entire family doors open at 11:00 am and close 5:00 pm. The African American Celebration is Feb 16, 2019. The program and performance begins promptly at 11:15 a.m. The Town of Cary co-sponsors Annual African American Celebration through the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department with The Ujima Group Inc., a non-profit 501c3 community organization. For information Contact: Robbie Stone, Arts Program & Operations Coordinator, Town of Cary, 919-460-4969, robbie.stone@townofcary.org.
Upcoming Schedule »

Football
7on7 Football (Spring League, Non-contact)
What is 7on7? 7on7 is a pass intensive football league that reinforces solid football fundamentals and skill development for participants. The rules of play, offensive and defensive formations, and play calling are the exact same as 11 man football, which better prepares athletes for tackle football and ultimately enhances the caliber of player and the sport. The 3 major differences with 7on7 are: 1. No lineman 2. No Contact 3. 50 yard field. The factors above create a faster pace, yielding more quality reps for each participant thus smarter, safer, and better prepared players for their tackle programs. Coaches at all levels support 7on7 because it provides an opportunity to develop skills, learn the game, improve conditioning and foster team chemistry in a competitive environment. Want proof? 7on7 is incorporated in most Middle School, High School, College, and Professional football practices. Who Can Play? Boys and girls of all skill levels, ages 6-18 years can play NYFO 7on7 When is it played? January 1 Registration Begins February 09 Dicks Sporting Goods March 09 Evaluations March 11 Registration Closes March 12 Uniform Order March 18 Practice Begins Monday) March 30 Jamboree/Clinic/ Coaches meeting/Cookout April 6 Game 1 April 13 Game 2 April 21 Game EASTER April 27 Game 3 May 4 Game 4 May 11 Game 5 May 18 Game 6 May 25 Memorial Day June 1 League Tourneys June 8 State Championships June 14-15 National Championship
Upcoming Schedule »

Football
7on7 Football Jamboree
On March 30, 2019 The National Youth Football Organization will host a 7on7 football Jamboree in Raleigh NC, open to all organizations and schools. The day will include multiple games and activities. There will also be food available, a mini camp for athletes, and an optional coaches clinic.
Upcoming Schedule »

Rock, Metal, New Age, R&B/Soul, Punk
80's Music Bingo
If you love rock 'n roll, then get down to Durty Bull from 7-9 pm on Wednesday, February 20th. We're shaking the brewery all night long during four rounds of 80's Music Bingo. Rusty on your hair metal and new wave? That's what friends are for (you'll also need them to help you take advantage of our pitcher specials!). Check our website for details on the night's food truck.
Upcoming Schedule »

Acoustic, Pop, Rock, R&B/Soul, Rap/Hip Hop, Country
90's Music Bingo
We're getting jiggy with it at Durty Bull on Wednesday, March 6th, as we MMMBop through four rounds of 90's Music Bingo. There's a winner each round, so study up - we don't want no scrubs! Need a warm-up? Check out our 80's Music Bingo night on Wednesday, February 20th!
Upcoming Schedule »