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Friday, May 03, 2013

Want something to do this weekend? Here are some ideas

Wake Forest Food Truck Rodeo & Spring Fling

The family-friendly event will include a giant slide, dunk tank, raffle baskets, cake walk, photo booth and much more! Come hungry and bring the whole family!

The Spring Family Festival and Medieval Fair

The festival is Saturday, May 5th and it's free.  It's sponsored by the NC Museum of art and features costumes, music, dancing, arts and crafts.  Visitors and vendors can dress as knights and ladies or serfs and peasants.  The time period covers several centuries from about 1100 AD to the 16th century and the Renaissance. Visitors will see jokers, jugglers, magicians and other entertainers along with scribes and artisans.  Food based on recipes from that time period


Weekly, local food & craft market with garden and baked goods, handmade stuff  and more. Saturdays from and 9:30-1:30.

301-2 Kinsey St, Raleigh.

Oakwood Garden Club 24th Annual Garden Tour & Victorian Tea

May 4th & 5th, 2013 Experience a Traditional Victorian Tea with a Guided Tour of
Delightful Gardens and Historic Architecture in Downtown Raleigh


NC State Fairgrounds

The Hand Made Market

This one day, indoor designer craft market features fine art, apparel, jewelry, accessories, housewares, paper goods, and more. Find unique, handmade gifts or treat yourself to something special. You're sure to find what you're looking for (and more!) at The Handmade Market.

Western Wake Farmers Market

Carpenter Village, Cary

Downtown Cary Farmers Market

Brew Durham

Brew Durham 4 Homebrew Festival featuring 50 home brewed beers from area brewers and a selection of small bites from local restaurants

Strawberry Festival, Durham

Apex Peak Festival

Salem Street in historic downtown Apex will come alive during Peakfest!   For more than thirty years, Peakfest has brought families together for a day of fun, food and fellowship. The event, which is referred to as an arts and crafts festival, has deep roots within the Apex community.

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