The last few weeks seemed to fly by and suddenly Spring is here! Get out and enjoy the nicer weather (and suffer through the green haze of pollen) by attending some upcoming Triangle community events – the annual BrickUniverse Raleigh; April’s multiple different events for Raleigh Beer Month; and the ongoing Music of the Carolinas series.
BrickUniverse Raleigh: April 2nd – 3rd, 10am – 4pm
Get your tickets NOW if you still want to attend the Lego lovers’ dream day: BrickUniverse Raleigh, at the Raleigh Convention Center this weekend. Tickets for Saturday are already sold out but Sunday is still available. Featuring a ton of events highlighting the versatility of those building blocks, there are multiple activities good for all ages – from challenges to a brick market with rare and custom minifigures to guest speakers and brick-focused art.
More info and tickets can be found here.
North Carolina Beer Month: All of April!
The Triangle region is becoming more well-known for its increasingly growing craft beer scene and April celebrates all things beer. Tap takeovers, festivals, and special dinners abound. Events vary in time and cost so look online for all the details.
Find a listing of the events here.
Music of the Carolinas: Multiple dates
A nine-event concert series featuring some of the state’s finest folk and traditional musicians, Music of the Carolinas is a joint project between the NC Museum of History and PineCone. Utilizing notes, lecture demos, and film screenings in addition to performances, the concerts are free and open to the public (though donations are welcome). Each event is meant to educate audiences about various cultural art traditions that have begun in North Carolina or taken root over the years.
See the upcoming list of concerts here.