On May 5, Artspace celebrated the opening of its FRESH exhibit, a collection of visual art from makers across North Carolina.
On April 20, the North Carolina Symphony celebrated supporters of music education with its Friends of Note luncheon.
The Green Chair Project hosted area designers for Cocktails, Curation & Conversation, a welcome event for their annual Chairity gala.
On April 23, Raleigh City farm celebrated it’s 11th birthday and Earth Day. Guests enjoyed food, beer and live music at the urban farm.
On April 28 WALTER hosted the North Carolina author of The Wedding Veil and the Peachtree Bluff Series, for dinner at the City Club Raleigh.
Highlands Residential Mortgage hosted a client appreciation night March 2 at R&D Brewing’s new taproom, Seven Saturdays.
On February 23, WALTER hosted a gathering for its contributing writers, photographers, and longtime advertisers at Standard Beer + Food.
This March, bluebird advocate Bill Satterwhite celebrated his 102nd birthday with family and friends with an outdoor party.
Major League Cricket and the Town of Morrisville announced a multi-million-dollar public-private partnership to jointly invest in the expansion of Church Street Park.
On February 26, the Society for the Preservation of Historic Oakwood observed its annual Samedi Gras celebration, themed A Menagerie of Mythical Beasts.
On December 4, CAM Raleigh opened up for First Friday for the first time in two years. The museum featured work by six artists.
Joseph Patterson and Kellie Falk, along with Carlton Midyette and Marjorie Hodges, hosted a dinner to support Frankie Lemmon School
On February 5, a Grand Auction culminated the Annual Triangle Wine & Food Experience, an event featuring international chefs and winemakers.
On January 14, two young Raleigh women won the Good Citizens Award and scholarship from the Caswell-Nash chapter of the DAR.