Mix together a Fraser fir with holiday lights. Add music, memories and children’s faces all aglow, and you’ve got the recipe for December programs at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh. Capture magical moments during the Capitol Tree-Lighting ceremony, and enjoy performances by the Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble and the band Mappamundi. Drop by… Read More ›
Gaspard Louis will teach a creative movement class for students 12-18 years old with at least one year of dance experience
The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences hosts the final offering of its Charles Darwin Lecture Series on Tuesday, November 24 — the 150th anniversary of Darwin’s landmark publication of “The Origin of Species.” Join Museum paleontologist and science historian Paul Brinkman for a free presentation titled “Charles Darwin’s Beagle Voyage and the Origin of… Read More ›
As an “American Idol” semifinalist in 2004, Charly Lowry of Pembroke sang her heart out before millions of viewers. She appeared as one of the 32 semifinalists during season three of the wildly popular program. Today, Lowry, a Lumbee tribe member, sings lead vocals and plays acoustic guitar with the band Dark Water Rising. The… Read More ›
PineCone teams up with the NC Museum of History to support the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina with the next free concert in the Music of the Carolinas series.