WALTER events bring the magazine to life. From intimate author readings to our popular WINnovation summit for women leaders, WALTER events celebrate Raleigh talent in the literary, business and culinary worlds — and beyond. See what we’ve got coming up below, and be sure to follow @waltermagazine for the latest information, ticket releases, giveaways and more!
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An Evening with Beverly McIver & Liza Roberts
THURSDAY, MARCH 23 | CAM, RALEIGH
Be the first to view Beverly McIver’s new exhibition at CAM. The North Carolina native and nationally recognized artist will be joined by Liza Roberts, author of The Art of the State, for an intimate conversation about art and identity. The evening includes heavy hors d’oeuvres, refreshments and a book signing.
At the Table with Susan Gravely
MAY | TRANSFER CO. FOOD HALL
Learn how to make delicious primis & pastas with Vietri CEO Susan Gravely and her best friend Frances Mayes. Susan will be sharing recipes from her new book Italy on a Plate: Travels, Memories, Menus with the help from chefs and pasta makers from Raleigh’s Alimentari at Left Bank.
Past WALTER events
A sampling of the events that WALTER magazine has put on last year.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 | WHITAKER & ATLANTIC
Over wine and small bites, guests celebrated Frances Mayes’ latest work, A Place in the World: Finding the Meaning of Home. In her talk and interview with her friend Susan Gravely, Mayes shared stories of her travel through the United States to Central America, Africa and beyond.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12 | THE MERRIMON-WYNNE HOUSE
At this farm-to-table dinner honoring the outdoors, guests enjoyed an exclusive collaborative menu from chef Dean Neff of Seabird in Wilmington, pit master Wyatt Dickson of PICNIC in Durham and Sean Wilson of Fullsteam Brewery in Durham while they learned about the importance of eating local.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 | THE UMSTEAD HOTEL & SPA
This annual event celebrates female leadership, diversity and innovation with a dynamic speaker panel, networking and professional workshops. This year’s speakers were Anita Watkins, Jaki Shelton Green, Zena Howard and Valerie Hillings. Click here for a recap and photos from the 2022 event.
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