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April 22, 2019


C State Earth Fair

Celebrate Earth Day with the Wolfpack. This is an Earth-focused fair featuring exhibits, demos and ideas on how you can make the world a better place. Experience the breadth of sustainability, including learning about food, water, transportation, nature, wellness and so much more. Free; Monday, 10 am – 2 pm; 2 Broughton Dr, Raleigh, NC 27607


Raleigh Night Market

This event showcases Raleigh’s creativity inside historic Market Hall and under the beautiful lights and cobblestone streets of City Market. Find locally-made goods and a night filled with music and entertainment with over 60 Triangle area artisans, food vendors, beer, wine, and cocktails. Enjoy local brews, craft cocktails and local eats from City Market restaurants and other sweet treats from our vendors. Vendors include Bordeaux Lane Studio, Kandy Apples by K, ZenJumps Chainmaille, SKP ink, Animal Magnetism, Hacklery, Oak City Soap Company, MJSWorks, Mallowdoos, Old North State Woodshop, Holy Oak Collections, Woodcrafty, The Thrifty Gifter, Theresa Pastoriza-Tan, Oak City Beauty & Bath, Nixie Bath and Body, Salt + Light Co., Simply Southern Baubles, Wunderkids Co., Earth-Kissed Beauty, MagDough, Heyday Soap, Azure Violins, Clewdoodle, Moonchicken, Brutalsquid, Light is Love Candles, Wicks for Wags, On Holiday Jewels ,Heatherly, The Pepper Mill Shop, Mindful Eating, Preeti Waas, Debbie Siegel, KiKi Fox, Anousone Kettisack, Jamie Sunyak, Annabelle Comisar Lyles, Jennifer Powell, Meredith Manning, Jeremy Tuttle, Cecelia Murray, Be Like Missy, Pierce Paints, Feather and Stone, Magic Pop, Simply Adorned 79, JP’s Pastry, The Vintage Bee, Full Lotus Pottery, Bumble & Hound, Modique Couture, Xena Electra Ceramics, Chase&Chauncey, Capital Craft, Hot Shot Palletworks, Mama’s Salsa, MilePost13, and Awl & Leaf. Free; Thursday, 5:30 – 10:30 pm; 214 E Martin St, Raleigh, NC 27601


The festival is devoted to art, music and technology and is hosted at several walkable venues throughout downtown Durham. Composer and singer Thomas Dolby will appear three times at the festival. Songwriter and founding member of Depeche Mode, Martin Gore, will also be on hand for a creative discussion. The festival will once again host a series of durational or long-form performances. New York City-based noise rock band A Place to Bury Strangers and IDM artist, sound designer and coder Richard Devine will each present four-hour performances. Thursday – Sunday; East Chapel Hill St, Durham, NC 27701

By Whitney

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