On Aug. 27, the Patriot Foundation hosted its annual weekend of golf, an awards ceremony and dinner gala in Southern Pines.
Compass Inc. opened its first permanent office in Midtown Raleigh on Aug. 25th, one year after expanding into North Carolina.
On July 29, Triangle Wine & Food Experience culinary curator Ashley Christensen teamed up with Aarón Sánchez and Maria Helm Sinskey.
On Aug. 18, the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Wake County celebrated Women’s Equality Day at Dix Chapel.
On Aug. 20, Marbles Kids Museum held its annual Kick-Off to Kindergarten event presented by NC 529 and the Wake County Public School System.
On August 31, WALTER celebrated the 10 years since its first issue with a festive evening at the North Carolina Museum of Art.
The Frankie Lemmon Foundation, in collaboration with Alan and Evelyn Hughes, held its summer fundraiser at Milburnie Fishing Club.
On June 11, the Hayes family had its annual reunion at Pullen Park. They enjoyed an afternoon of catching up and grilling out.
On June 30, the Town of Cary and residents of the Triangle region celebrated the grand opening of Paragon Theaters at Fenton.
On July 29, CreativeMornings RDU featured Grammy award-winning jazz vocalist Nnenna Freelon at 21C Hotel in Durham.
The weekend of July 27 to 30, the Raleigh Convention Center hosted GalaxyCon. WALTER sent photographer Bryan Regan to capture some of the characters.
The Beaufort Historical Association held its annual summer party in July with Scarborough Fare Catering and the Shakedown Band.
Khera Gynecology & Wellness celebrated its grand opening on August 13 with a tour of the West Jones Street location, followed by a dj dance party and dinner.
The Koinonia Foundation bestowed $22,000 in grants to nonprofits in the greater Wake Forest, Rolesville and Youngsville areas.