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Halloween Light Displays In Your Neck of the Woods

Holiday lights evoke memories of a colder time of year. However, Halloween lights have increased in popularity over time, and this year is no exception. A few displays listed below are brought to you by cities and towns while the…

Guide: Ghost Tours Across the Triangle

History, legends, walking, and goosebumps. What do these four things have in common? Ghost tours! Travel with us as we explore 8 ghost tours that will be sure to have you asking, "What was that?!" All tours listed below are…

Inside New Exhibit imagiFAB at Marbles Kids Museum

Marbles Kids Museum is at it again. On Wednesday, Sept. 29 the veil dropped on their newest exhibit imagiFAB presented by Nugget. Nugget, is a Butner-based children's furniture company that makes furniture feel fun. The two have teamed up to…

Spirit Halloween Locations Across the Triangle

"H-A-double L-O-W-double E-N spells Halloween!" It's that time of year. Pumpkins, decorations, and spooky music consume front porches this fall. Soon trick-or-treaters will be embarking onto these scenes, which means costumes will be an essential piece. Head to one of…

Travel: What to Do in Asheboro, N.C.

Asheboro, holding a population of  about 26,000 according to the 2020 Census, is NC's 42nd largest city. Although it boasts city credentials, it still holds onto its old-time charm that makes it feel more like a quaint town. From a…

Mountains-to-Sea Trail Celebrates 44 Years

Happy Birthday to the Mountains-to-Sea Trail (MST)! The 1175 mile trail stretching from the Great Smoky Mountains to the Outer Banks turns 44 this September. The Friends of the MST, an advocacy group that promotes construction, volunteer work, and promotion…

Pullen Arts Center Reopens in Northern Pullen Park

The Pullen Arts Center reopened on Wednesday, Sept. 1st after renovations and expansions were complete. Located in the northern section of Pullen Park (105 Pullen Road, Raleigh, NC 27607), this facility provides a space for artists of all types, ages, and…

Haunted Houses and Trails in the Triangle: 2021

Haunted Forest at Panic Point 2808 Cedar Creek Rd, Youngsville Opens Sept. 18 $29-$39 The ever-popular creepy site, which includes the Haunted Forest, is a favorite in the region.  The farm has several attractions, including Killers in the Corn, followed…

Preview: BugFest at NC Museum of Natural Sciences

What's all the buzz about? BugFest returns to the NC Museum of Natural Sciences (NCMNS) Sept. 13-18, and the arthropod for this year is the bee. Due to Covid-19, this family-friendly experience will look a little different this year.  Their…

Labor Day Events in the Triangle

Labor Day is right around the corner, and we believe you deserve a break. Here is a list of 8 amazing things happening in the Triangle during the long weekend. Shop till you drop, fly airplanes, sit in the driver's…

Sunflower Fields In and Near the Triangle: 2021

Dorothea Dix Park 2105 Umstead Dr., Raleigh "The 308-acre site blends historic architecture and rich landscapes into a unique destination in the heart of Raleigh, North Carolina."Dorothea Dix Park recently announced its Fall Program Guide. The list is extensive so…

A Look at Dorothea Dix Park's Fall Schedule

Dorothea Dix Park recently announced its Fall Program Guide. The list is extensive so we narrowed it down to the 7 most family-friendly activities being offered including a teddy bear picnic, a kids nature program, and a locals festival. If…

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