Two of the things this area is most well known for combine weekly on Tuesdays for Beer and Banjos: a night of lively bluegrass music at a local Irish pub. And this coming weekend many people in the area will be celebrating Easter – enjoy the holiday with an evening of choral music or an Easter egg hunt with fun for the whole family.
BEER AND BANJOS: Tuesday, March 31st
Held at the Tir Na Nog (Raleigh’s original Irish Pub) in the heart of Downtown Raleigh, Beer and Banjos is a perfect opportunity to enjoy a night of lively bluegrass music by Younger Brothers Productions. This event, happening every Tuesday night from 7:30pm – 10:30pm, is completely free and open to the public.
GOOD FRIDAY CHORAL SERVICE OF TENEBRAE: Friday, April 3rd
This evening of music presented by Edenton Street United Methodist Church will join together the ESUMC Chancel Choir, soloist and chamber orchestra to present a moving experience of music and spoken reflection for Good Friday. Click here to visit the Edenton Street Fine Arts Series website and gather more information about this spiritual opportunity.
CROSSROADS PLAZA – EASTER EGG HUNT: Saturday, April 4th
Bring the little (and not so little!) ones out to Crossroads Plaza in Cary for a Saturday filled with Easter fun. During this event, you can:
- Join together for an annual Easter Egg Hunt (children are divided into age groups to provide the best experience for everyone)
- Meet the Easter Bunny, Princess Elsa, and Princess Anna
- Laugh with Mimi the Clown and Miss Behavin the Clown
- Take part in fun activities such as face painting, balloon art, make-and-take crafts, and more
Click here for more information about this exciting event!