Our curated list of the best things to do the weekend of January 17 - 20. You've worked hard this week, go have a little fun!
Seeking Volunteers preferably with an engineering background to assist with Lego robotics at the Raleigh Boys Club.
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!
Grab your mat and show up to this free vinyasa flow class in the City of Raleigh Museum. All levels are welcome to join in for this slowly building series of asanas.
Formerly Pop-Up Sunday, Pop-Up Raleigh is DTR's original monthly vintage market. Now it's coming at you bigger and better than ever before on Saturdays at Trophy Brewing on Maywood.
Get ready for an epic three vs three format dance battle. There will be a junior battle, 3 vs 3 battle, and a house party to top it all off.
Jam out to live music at Ruby Deluxe. They will be blasting punk and hardcore classics all night long. No poseurs allowed.
RESONANCY is an ongoing performance series that explores the vast and evolving landscape of percussive arts. Check out the schedule and see who Neptunes has in their lineup.
Show off your poetic side with bi-weekly poetry readings every other Sunday at Imurj. The evening starts with half an hour of breaking through writers block, before the mic opens up!
Dress your mini-me up in their best princess gown, or prince costume and head to Marbles for and an elegant morning of tea and Princesses. There will be fairy dust, sparkling crowns and more.
This photography display features work of Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist and Triangle resident José Galves. It chronicles diversity and strength of the state's growing Latino community.
Measure For Measure is a story about a young novice nun who is compromised by a corrupt official. Her decisions throughout the play ignite an exploration of agency, abuse of power, virtue, and sin.
This unique collection of photos from this avant-garde art school usually lives in Germany, but Raleigh is the first stop on its US tour! Escape the cold and dive into some thought-provoking images.
Addicted to axes like the rest of us? Join Epic Axes every Thursday through Sunday at Southern Charred for a couple rounds of ax throwing.
Enormous flowers, luscious color, and desert landscapes. See this famous artists work and influence in new ways at this exhibit.
Celebrate this incredible Durham native. You'll get to see Ernie Barnes' iconic paintings, important artifacts to Ernie's history, and even some pieces that have never been seen by the public before.
Funguys is hosting a no-sew blanket making night. Sip on some delicious brews while making a fun and cozy blanket that you can take home with you, or donate to the local homeless shelter.
Wicked Witch is hosting a Winter Experimental and Noise Music Showcase. Check out some amazing local talents and jam out to their tracks.
Cary Hot Yoga is celebrating their 4th anniversary the best way they know how - with free yoga! There will be 12 free classes, live music, drinks, art, and more.
Stretch, sing, savasana, and scream to the sounds of your favorite angry girl rockers. Alanis, Avril, Fiona, and a few others will be the background music for this epic yoga flow
Are you a craft brew expert? Well, then let your talents show during this blind beer tasting. Taste six locally brewed drinks and try to match them to the list provided.
The Cortez Seafood + Cocktail is hosting a dance party filled with food, music, and fun. Enjoy sipping on fine cocktails and jamming out to the epic music all night long.
Flying Biscuit wants you to celebrate their 10th birthday with them! Since their mission is "be nice" they have decided to start a pay it forward program. Swing by and donate to a great cause.
Help Trophy Tap and Table celebrate their two-year anniversary. There will be special anniversary beer that was inspired by staff ideas as well as other rare Trophy beers you won't find anywhere else.
Dress in your best 90's or 2000's attire and get to Solas for an epic dance party. DJ Wade Banner will keep the retro tracks coming all night.
Join Raleigh Group Fitness for their first mega Pop-Up Workout of 2019! They will take you through a heart-pumping interval workout with a yoga cool down.
This day show at The Pour House is jam-packed with epic bands. There will also be a delicious bloody mary bar so you can start your morning off right with jams and booze.
Head to The Pickled Onion for a sampling of Sagamore Whiskey. There will be a variety of flavors of whiskey for you to be able to taste.
Watch as an aspiring comic living in his mother's New Jersey basement is convinced he deserves a shot with the king of late night. An everyday schlub's career path takes a desperate turn.
Come build, shop, network, and mingle your way into the new year. All the vision board supplies you could need will be on hand and readily available for you to make the perfect 2019 board.
This Doesn't End Well is a mix of dramatic and comic 10-minute plays about misfortune. For the first time, South Stream Productions is bringing these plays together in one program for you.
Bring your own booze and sketch materials and draw alongside Julia Caston and Oami Powers. This event is in conjunction with their Marriage of Opposites exhibition.
Enjoy an entire evening devoted to the legendary Billy Joel. Hand-picked by the piano man himself, Michael Cavanaugh performs Billy Joel's biggest hits.
The Vagabond Saints' Society will be performing an evening of the music of Tom Waits, featuring Mitchell Snow Music. Swing by and dance it out all night long.
There's nothing like getting in touch with the great outdoors. Explore the Jesse Perry Arboretum and learn how to use a winter twig key to identify native trees.
Carolina Brewery will be at Raleigh Beer Garden handing out samples of Sky Blue and their Toffee Stout. Swing by and grab some samples of delicious brews.
Raleigh Premier Gaming has teamed up with Coglin's for an epic night of retro gaming. Challenge your friends to round after round of Mario Kart, Mario Party, Sega, and more.
Not just a regular showing of Babe! your ticket purchase includes your choice of cereal, milk, and even a bowl and spoon. Watch the adorable story of Babe while digging into a big bowl of cereal.
Explore Raleigh's Historic Mordecai Park on a Trolley. If you have ever been curious about these big bright trolleys you see rolling around downtown, now is your time to see what they're all about.
Your favorite nonstop hour of hilarity continues at Pour House. This season is getting kicked off with an epic lineup of comedians, and the headliner, Jeremy Alder.
Who run the world? Girls! Head to Kings and Neptunes for a night of your favorite Queen Bee and Bad Gal jamz all night long.
Join A/V Geeks for their annual celebration of Home Movies. Head to the Cameron Village Regional Library and watch all the hilarious moments caught on tape.
Join Crape Myrtle for this epic Drag Brunch. Proceeds will go towards raising money and supporting education and outreach for organizations within and beyond the LGBT community.
Three brand new taproom only cans are dropping during the long weekend. These cans include Imperial Porter, Baklava Imperial Brown and a new DIPA.
VAE has just the thing for all your past Homecoming blues. Queer Homecoming is your opportunity to wear what you want, bring who you want, and dance how you want.
Millennium Age is hosting a Silent Party in Raleigh. There will be three DJs competing for your attention, you get to choose who you listen to with your headphones.
Join artist and educator Lien Truong in a conversation exploring the meaning and cultural context of her work and how her identity has shaped it. Seating is first come first serve so get their early.
Join Triangle NC Girls Pint Out to learn a little more about the brewing process. Grab a drink and enjoy Gizmo Brew Works free tour of their brewery.
Sallas Ashe of 17th Street Distributing will be at Taylor's Wine Shop for a free wine tasting. This wine tasting will feature the wines of Oak Farm and Maynard James Keenan's Caduceus wineries.
This group volunteer opportunity involves packing and delivering bags of produce to local low income senior living housing.
Get a sneak peek at the wonderful African American plays and musicals that will hit the stages in 2019 with this incredible revue featuring eight local companies and endless talent.
The Dangling Loafer gathers the best comics from the area for one gut-busting night. Head to Neptune's to laugh along with Raleigh's longest running comedy showcase.
Avoid the Martian death rays and join the human resistance in this special prelude to Astronomy Days-Finally Friday: Mars Attacks. Patrick Treuthardt will take you through all the science of the film.