First Friday at
NC Museum of Natural Sciences.
11 W. Jones St., Raleigh, NC 27601. Enjoy exhibits, food
and a free "Natural Horror Picture Show" movie (typically old classics and
sci-fi movies ) from 5 - 9 pm every First Friday of the month at the North
Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. Click link for the
Museum's calendar to find out what movie will be showing (Free).
Sat., March 14, 2009
27th Annual St.
Patrick's Day Parade, Moore Square, Downtown Raleigh, 12:00 pm
Enjoy the parade with Irish dancing, music and festivities continuing
after the parade.
Amphibian Day at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences, 11 W. Jones St.,
Tuesday, March 17, 2009, 9am-5pm
Learn about turtles and turtle conservation, and see live snakes, lizards,
turtles, frogs, toads, salamanders, and other reptiles and amphibians. www.naturalsciences.org
Sat & Sun, March 28 and 29, 2009
Carolina Renaissance Faire - New Location in 2009 (prior years were at
the State Fairgrounds - NEW LOCATION in WAKE FOREST, NC in 2009)
13239 Capital Blvd, Wake Forest, NC 27587
Bring the whole family and come join in a wonderful "environmental
theater" celebration of medieval life and times at the North Carolina
Renaissance Faire! Walk into the gates and enter a medieval or
renaissance village and become a part of it for the day. Meat lords
and ladies, knights and maidens, pirates, fairies, or royalty; play games,
and enjoy live music, dancing, storytelling, puppetry, magic, sword
fighting, and jousting. (Watch the knights on horseback as the jester
gallops alongside on a little pony!) There is always something new to
discover as you step back in time at the North Carolina Renaissance Faire!
Tickets: $12 adults; $6 Kids 5-12; Seniors FREE: Kids under 5 years old
FREE. See the North Carolina
Renaissance Faire website for more information. Weekends March 28th &
29th and April 4th and 5th, 2009, 10am - 6:30pm. www.ncrenfaire.com
Find 16th Century Men's, Women's and Children's clothing; capes & Cloaks,
costume patterns and more at
www.tudorshoppe.com, the official costume supplier of the North Carolina
Renaissance Faire. Children love to dress up; the North Carolina
Renaissance Faire is a great opportunity to become a knight or princess or
magician or fair maiden!
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