Month: February 2010
George Smart, founder and director of Triangle Modernist Houses, will present “Mayberry Modernism: Why The Triangle Is America’s Hotspot For Way Cool Houses” on Wednesday, March 3, at the Lincoln Theatre in downtown Raleigh during “Ignite Raleigh 2,” an evening of thought-provoking presentations that will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. Ignite is… Read More ›
“Moneypalooza brings to life the importance of establishing healthy money habits through innovative and high-energy activities,” according to the museum’s website.
WRAL’s Debra Morgan To Emcee Harmony, Hope & Healing Concert To Benefit Pretty In Pink Foundation | Apr 24
“Harmony, Hope & Healing” is the theme for The General Assembly Chorus’ spring benefit concert to be held on Saturday, April 24, to support the Pretty In Pink Foundation.
The North Carolina Symphony and Music Director Grant Llewellyn invite the whole family to an engaging look at dance forms from around the globe. “Let’s Dance,” the final installment of the Symphony’s 2009-2010 Young People’s Concert Series, explores the unique artistry and movements behind tango, tarantella, can can, classical ballet, and American and African folk… Read More ›
Discover “Why Sharks Matter: The Ecological and Economic Importance of Sharks, Threats They Face, and How You Can Help” when the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in downtown Raleigh welcomes shark conservation biologist David Shiffman on Tuesday, March 9 at 7pm. Reserve your seat now for this multimedia presentation by visiting or calling the… Read More ›