Activities

New Display Debuts at the NC Museum of History

The North Carolina Museum of History has a new pop-up panel display opening this Jan. 28. Learn fascinating details about the Green Book, the annual travel guide that helped African Americans navigate Jim Crow segregation. Published from 1936 to 1966,…

Nights of Lights at Raleigh’s Dorothea Dix Park

Driving around to look at neighborhood holiday lights is a tradition among so many families--including mine. It’s always so much fun to see the variety of decorations. From classic white lights to a lawn full of inflatables to over-the-top displays…

fit RDU Offers Outdoor Exercise Classes

Many of us are really struggling to keep our mental health in check right now. Between the stress of virtual schooling, isolation and worry about jobs and the economy it’s not easy to stay upbeat. One great way to…

A Visit to the Kersey Valley Sunflower Extravaganza

  The pandemic-related cancellation of the 2020 summer sunflower field at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh disappointed so many Triangle residents. In just a few years, visiting the field had turned into a great tradition for area families--photo opportunities…

Triangle Museums in Phase 2.5

When N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper announced that our state was moving into Phase 2.5 of the reopening plan, that meant that museums could open at 50-percent capacity. Each museum in the Triangle has its own schedule and method for resuming…

Durham Student-Artists Win Awards

Mayor William V. "Bill" Bell and the Durham City Council recognized six student-artists May 4 for their winning interpretations in the City of Durham's 2015 Water Conservation Poster Contest.