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Working closely with creative director David Korins, lighting designers from Lightswitch illuminated "Hamilton: The Exhibition."
Install begins tomorrow and the exhibition opens 7/5, just in time for First Friday.
We will be hosting a Summer Artists Reception on 7/11 celebrating a full Summer of art at CAM.
Install begins tomorrow and the exhibition opens July 5th, just in time for First Friday.
We will be hosting a Summer Artists Reception on July 11 celebrating a full Summer of amazing art at CAM.
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Come see my mural next to @beasleys_raleigh and @foxliquorbar downtown! Thank you @artsplosure and @artspacenc for this opportunity! 💙
#mural #painting #illustration #publicart #pride #queer #art
Neal is a Greensboro, North Carolina native and member of the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame! bit.ly/2vyzEvl
From June 29 through July 7, NC's #BillOfRights will be on display at the end of our exhibit, "The Story of North Carolina!"
The Bill of Rights was passed by Congress 225 years ago
While fear of snakes often stems from their venom, most in NC are non-venomous. There are several different ways to identify them based on their colors, patterns, head shape, and tail.
In NC, there are ~40 species of snakes, and here at NCMNS, we have a wide variety on the third floor of the Nature Exploration Center - visit NCMNS to see some for yourself.
Sssssee you sssssoon.
#PlayMatters #PlaytoLearn #Marbles #OceanOdyssey #ScienceSolvers
On Wednesday, June 26, at 7 p.m., Raleigh Little Theatre will be hosting the 2019 Cantey Awards in the Cantey V. Sutton Theatre. The Cantey Awards celebrate the end of
Photo of last year's host, Tina Morris-Anderson, is by Elly McClanahan. The 2019 Cantey Awards are Wednesday at 7pm!
#PlayMatters #PlaytoLearn #Marbles #MakeShop #TinkerTime #SpecialdailyPlay
Citizen science is simple enough to do from home, inspires love for STEM *and* contributes to our knowledge of the natural world. Let’s make a difference! 🙌
Citizen science is real, hands-on science that leverages the brains, experience and insights of people, providing real data that helps researchers answer big questions about the world around us.
-- Free for Friends of the JC Raulston Arboretum members, Extension Master Gardeners, NC State University students (with ID), and Department of Horticultural Science faculty and staff, all others $5.00.
-- No need to pre-register, just meet at Ruby C. McSwain Education Center slightly before 10 a.m.
-- Photos by Nancy Doubrava
We’ve got fresh new exhibitions and art by Justin LeBlanc, Michael Klauke, Miller Taylor, and Alan Stewart.
CAM is open 12-5 Saturday + Sunday
Installation view of Michael Klauke: So Many Words, Image courtesy of Adrian Compean Garcia.
Downtown Raleigh Alliance City of Raleigh visitRaleigh Visit North Carolina WRAL Out & About Raleigh History and Museums
Downtown Raleigh Alliance City of Raleigh visitRaleigh Visit North Carolina WRAL Out & About Raleigh History and Museums Carolina Parent Magazine
Lifter of the Light, Burnisher of the Sky.
Gifts of love to earth are bringing,
Summer’s shimmer, dew’s delight.
Dancing be the heart within us,
Open be our souls to bliss,
Courage vanquish every shadow,
Greet Midsummer with a kiss.
– Greeting to the Summer Solstice
from Celtic Devotional – Daily Prayers and Blessings
The Miss North Carolina Parade will take place on Saturday, June 22 from 10:00am - 11:00am. Due to the route of the parade, the following roads will be posted as "No Parking" from 6:00am - 12:00pm this Saturday. Fayetteville Street between Morgan Street and Lenoir Street Hargett Street between Salis...
From its Galveston, Texas origin in 1865, the observance of June 19th as the African American Emancipation Day has spread across the United States and beyond.
The JC Raulston Arboretum led a trip to escape winter in New Zealand where it was summer. Participants discovered firsthand the rich culture and sheer beauty of this isolated island paradise. They cruised Auckland 's spectacular bay; visited gushing geysers; relaxed in hot springs; and learned about Maori history, music and dance in Rotorua. They visited the capital Wellington where they visited the excellent Te Papa Museum and stunning Wellington Botanical Gardens. Afterward, they flew south to Christchurch to board the TranzAlpine Express. They rode the rails to Arthur 's Pass and continued on to Franz Josef town and Queenstown for a spectacular cruise on Milford Sound. Join Mark as shares the sights of this amazing garden adventure with all of us that weren't able to escape Raleigh this winter.
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