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Peak City Pig Fest Live music, a beer garden, a barbecue competition (sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society) and more make for one of Apex’s tastiest events of the year. Free; Friday & Saturday; 210 N. Salem St, Apex, NC 27502 321 at 321 (S Blount) – A Brunch Pop-Up 3…2…1…GO! Pop-up Brunch time! Mark your calenders for a special brunch pop-up just in time for Father’s Day weekend, benefiting 321 Coffee! The special menu will be feature food and...

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Floral Arranging Workshop Voda Boutique has teamed up with Meristem Floral for their second floral arranging workshop. They will be serving up brunch snacks and mimosas! Sunday, 11 am – 1 pm;  725 Tucker St, Raleigh, NC 27603 Urban Vintage Urban Vintage is a two day shopping event, at All Saints Chapel in downtown Raleigh. If you like antique, vintage, retro, mid-century, salvage and industrial goods, we will have the very best ‘pickers’ showing what they’ve found! The industrial, vintage movement has...

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Hawaiian Bar Crawl Aloha! Grab your friends and your Hawaiian shirt for this Hawaiian themed Bar Crawl in the middle of February. Raleigh Hawaiian Bar Crawl Tickets Include complimentary ‘party favor’ and Hawaiian lei upon starting the bar crawl at Tapworks; a $5 gift card to spend at Tapworks upon starting the bar crawl; and a free food item (to be used at a later date) at Tapworks upon finishing the bar crawl and posting once to your social media account with the hashtag...

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4th Annual Picklefest Durham The 4th Annual Picklefest Durham will showcase North Carolina made products from pickle vendors near and far including locally crafted kombucha and kimchi. Triangle area restaurants will sample their unique pickle dishes as well as pickle flavored beers and a Bloody Mary bar. Vendors include Bar Virgile, Fullsteam Brewery, The Root Cellar Cafe & Catering, Bull City Burger & Brewery, Laplace Louisiana Cookery, Mystery Brewing Company, Tyler’s Restaurant & Taproom, Haw River Farmhouse Ales, Botanist and Barrel, Kyookz, Get’n Pickled,...

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Festival for the Eno The Festival’s for the Eno is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of rich and varied cultures and offers plenty of hands on learning opportunities. You can throw a pot on a clay wheel, watch a water powered grist mill grinding corn, participate in urban farming, kayaking, weaving, and clean energy demos, or participate in an old time or ukulele jam at the High Strung workshop stage. Join in a festival that has four stages with...