Our curated list of the best things to do the weekend of March 21 - 24. You've worked hard this week, go have a little fun!
Dix Park planted a spectacular ribbon of yellow daffodils in the Flower Field to surprise us all this spring! Pick a sunny day, pack a picnic, and head over the see this sunny sight for yourself.
Swing by for the revival of Fancy Free- the ballet that changed American dance forever! Celebrate the 100th birthdays of Leonard Bernstein and Jerome Robbins by honoring their greatest work.
Add a little color to your day and visit NCMA's annual Art in Bloom exhibit, where thousands of gorgeous flowers will be arranged to mimic the museum's masterworks collection for four days only.
Head to Lafayette Village for their monthly Wine Walk in support of local charities. Take a leisurely stroll through the village and stop into participating merchants for free wine samples.
Triangle area shoppers are invited to #shopsmall by revisiting downtown Raleigh favorites, and discovering new ones you've yet to experience. Get ready for a big night of engaging retail experiences!
TRAP Karaoke is all about personal empowerment, cultural participation, cherished moments, and community. Sign up and hit the Ritz stage to show off what you've got.
Join the North Carolina Symphony as they beautifully play their rendition of Queen songs. Let your daydreams run wild while Bohemian Rhapsody plays on the strings in the background.
Learn all about sourcing, preparing, and cooking with seasonal + local produce during this class that is one part demonstration and one part hands-on experience.
Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind tribute to one of the most iconic bands in history. You will be rocked to the core by these Queen jams.
Strive LA and Raleigh Rockers present Break LA. It is a 2 vs 2 break dancing battle, the winner will receive $500 cash, paid flights to LA, and an automatic spot in Concrete All Stars anniversary.
Flying Saucer is celebrating 19 years of serving delicious beer! They will be tapping up over 19 of the most badass and rate kegs they can get their hands on to celebrate.
The Art of Style's annual Wood Trunk Show + Cocktail Party is back! Enjoy a sexy Saturday afternoon with the Wood Underwear brand.
You're invited to the biggest goth night in town! Get ready to get your grave rave on with DJ Dies A Lot, and special guest DJ Deflowered, and Twentieth Century Boy.
Join the women and men of Blondes vs. Brunettes Raleigh for their annual cocktail party and silent auction. Proceeds from the event will go to raise funds to end Alzheimer's.
Are you an air hockey pro? Want to win some tickets to Sweetwater 410 in Atlanta? Enter Boxcar's epic air hockey tournament for your chance to win two tickets to Sweetwater.
It's time for Spring Equinox, which means it is time for Compass Rose to host another Oyster Roast. They will be cooking up some delicious oysters for you to enjoy under the stars.
Hear from two curators about their vision and process for the National Print Invitational exhibition on display in Gallery Two.
Cheers to six years of live music at The Maywood! Join them to celebrate all the rockin' good times that have happened since they first opened their doors.
North Street Beer Station is turning five and they want you to come out and celebrate with them. There will be beer, food, and the start of March Madness!
Bring your yoga mat and enjoy a relaxing Saturday morning in the City of Raleigh Museum. It is one hour of free yoga for you to flow and unwind.
Hopscotch is kicking off its TENTH year! Celebrate at R&D Brewing with the first ever Halfway to Hopscotch Party. There will be tons of live music, vendors, and an epic pop-up taproom.
Check out some local bands every Saturday in March at Compass Rose Brewery. Jam out to their tunes while sipping on some delicious brews.
Cut, split and deliver donated firewood to low-income residents of Wake County. There will be two separate locations, so sign up for the one that is most convenient for you and get to chopping.
The nOg Run Club is bringing back the St. Paddy's four mile kilt run for its 11th year. Don your finest kilt, dash through downtown and reward yourself with a Raleigh Beer Garden brew!
Join this exclusive cocktail class to learn how to make four floral-inspired cocktails—and of course drink them along with some tasty bar snacks before the night is through!
Head to the Pour House Music Hall's epic day party. They have a free pool, bloody marys, and a full afternoon of local music.
Relax with a cup of tea, truffled deviled eggs, and a goat cheese and raspberry tart while you watch this visually elegant and textured movie.
Learn how to print your own images using screens and stencils during this hands-on 3-hour workshop. Ariana Gershman will be there to give helpful DIY tips and methods for printing designs.
Grab your bike and Pedal for Progress! Help fight for a more gender-balanced world during this alley-cat bike scavenger hunt adventure.
Members of the Triangle Bonsai Society will demystify the ancient art of the Bonsai and guide you through the creation of your very own tree. Grab some brews and walk away with your very own juniper.
The Rich and Infamous will be bringing music and fun to this Spring Sunday afternoon in Pullen Park. Don't miss being part of the action.
Shop tons of local artist and makers during Lonerider's monthly market. There will be everything from candles to frisbees and wood carvings for you to shop through.
Spring is in the air, and that means it's time for Wheel Chix to kick off their season. Join them for a brew at Crank Arm and hear what they're all about.
Enjoy a free wine tasting with Orsini Wines. They will be serving up samples at Taylor's Wine Shop for all to enjoy.
Resident Culture Brewing Company will be taking over State of Beer. They sent some fun kegs for a day filled with delicious and unique brews.
Make your very own North Carolina String Art. All of the supplies, instructions, and your first drink are covered, so all you have to do is swing by and get artsy.
To celebrate World Water Day and the 5th Annual Raleigh Tour de Brew, some amazing local breweries have teamed up to create this epic super hazy IPA.
Recently it has been found that some of our waterways contain a new kind of "P-Alphabet Soup" of toxic chemicals. Discuss how North Carolina's alligators and fish are being used as indicators.
Oak City Cycling Project is having their monthly cruiser ride. Join them for a slow ride through the city. All are welcome!
Local comedians from the research triangle area take the stage for a night filled with belly laughs and knee-slapping jokes.
Rick Ramseur, great-nephew of North Carolina's grand eccentric master furniture maker Tilden Stone, presents a magic show and musical performance in tandem with his sidekick Myra.