5 Holiday Activities Returning in the Triangle in November
Movies, lightings, and more
SOME EVENTS are understandably canceled for 2020 holiday season. But there are plenty of Christmas- and winter-themed activities across the region that are returning, with safety precautions amid COVID-19. Check out a few of those below:
Wine, Chocolate and A Christmas Movie
8480 Honeycutt Rd., Raleigh
The Raleigh spot begins its outdoor series next month, with a Christmas movie every Friday and Saturday until the beginning of January. Movies begin at 6 p.m., with snacks and beverages available inside the business. More info here.
Virtual Raleigh Christmas Parade
The 76th-annual Raleigh Christmas Parade will be presented virtually. Organizers say you can still expect pageantry, special guests, music, and much more, aired on ABC11 at 10 a.m. More info here.
Holiday Market and Lighting of the Trees at Lafayette Village in Raleigh
8450 Honeycutt Rd., Raleigh
Lafayette Village will be hosting two Tree Lighting ceremonies this year, with one tree in the courtyard and one on the green. There will also be shopping in The Village, live music, artist pop-ups, and more. Masks and social distancing are required at the site. More info here.
Lake Myra Christmas Lights in Wendell
10 S. Cypress St., Wendell
Nov. 25-Dec. 31
With more than 250,000 lights, this is one of the most impressive displays around. Organizers worked with the Town of Wendell to make sure the display follows COVID-19 regulations. This town is just 19 miles east of Raleigh. More info here.
Holland Road Lights
409 Holland Rd., Fuquay Varina
Holland Road Lights’ family says it’s going to be their biggest light display yet this year, with both the Christmas and New Year’s Eve shows returning. It all kicks off on Thanksgiving night this year. You can drive up and tune in at 90.9 FM to hear the accompanying musical cheer. More info here.