You know the drill—our complete guide to the best of July in Durham. Take your pick between 10 can't-miss events, new places to explore and old favorites that are just too good to pass up this time of year! Don't just think about it, go do it!
Global coworking company, WeWork, is making (and buying!) the rounds throughout Bull City this summer. Come say 'hey' to the new kids in town, hear what they're about and let 'em buy you drink.
Oakleaf has been one of the stars of the Triangle-extended dining scene for years. With their recent move from Pittsboro to Carrboro, they've also opened a rosé garden. And for that, we say thank you!
The Triangle has its first food hall! The Blue Dogwood Public Market in Chapel Hill is a collection of 12+ local food vendors offering a diversity of deliciousness all under one roof!
Dare to dip into the quarry and take a swim. This legendary spot attracts adventurers and daredevils for its secluded location and 40ft cliff.
Head over to Herndon Hills Farm for a day of outdoor adventure, picking blueberries and exploring their fields.
Explore, and celebrate the food culture and history from North Carolina while enjoying a variety of pork, pickles, and peanuts.
Enjoy some unique bellydancing performances and live middle eastern music while you sip on your beers. If you've got the moves yourself, you can even sign up to perform!
Kick back by the pool every Saturday and enjoy one of the best views in Durham.
Outdoor movies somehow make summer feel more like summer. Every other Sunday kick back for some free entertainment, brews, and snacks.
Grab some popcorn and settle in for some epic stories that justify their 3+ hour running lengths. You may have seen some of these films before, but you've never seen them like this: on the big screen.
This event is here to fulfill all of your pickle wishes! Taste pickle beer, chow down on unique pickle dishes, and sample different pickle vendors near and far.
Waffles, fried chicken, and kool aid are a recipe for the perfect summer bash. Head to the Big C Waffles anniversary bash for a party Leslie Knope would be proud to attend.
Relax, kick back and enjoy music by the river with over 70 different emerging and established artists for the 39th Annual Festival for the Eno.
Everyone's inner child will be out to play in this epic adult summer camp. The only thing that could make friendship bracelets, s'mores and a 28' climbing walls better is doing it all with a drink!
Check out yoga's hottest trend—yoga with goats! You'll work through a traditional yoga flow while the baby goats and sheep play, cuddle, and maybe even join in the fun.
Grab your kids and your favorite pillow and head on down to the scenic Durham Hotel rooftop. One Wednesday a month Durham County children's librarians will host Storytime on the Roof.