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What's Happening in Raleigh: September 2015

September 15, 2015

In the past decade or so, Raleigh has morphed from a business centric commuter city to the unique, diverse, and exciting metropolis that it is today. As a thriving community, Raleigh has plenty of fun things to do right here to keep folks of all ages and interests busy. Whether you are interested in art, music, food, culture, or something a little different, you don’t have to travel far to satisfy your need for adventure. Check out what’s happening in Raleigh this September.

Monty Python’s Spamalot: Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through September 20, catch this classic comedy show presented by the Raleigh Little Theater. This cultural gem will have you roaring with laughter as you follow a comedic tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Roundtable.

Taste Carolina Downtown Food Tour: This awesome event is perfect for foodies! Every Friday and Saturday, you can head downtown to enjoy a tour of some of the best restaurants that Raleigh has to offer!

SPARKCon: If an art and design festival is more your style, check out the annual SPARKCon from September 17-20. Put on by the non-profit creativity incubator Visual Art Exchange, this is a great way to get in the know with the upcoming creative minds in the city.

BugFest 2015: For an educational change of pace, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh will hold BugFest 2015 on September 19. Thousands of visitors will flock from miles around to see exciting exhibits, participate in activities, and enjoy crafts and games--you should be one of them!

HistorySPARK: For history buffs, the City of Raleigh Museum will join SPARKcon to host HistorySPARK, an all-day creativity festival, on September 19. Join in on the fun for live music, arts and crafts, history presentations, and much more.

Third Sunday Children’s Carnival: This is your chance to enjoy what Raleigh has to offer with the little ones in tow! The September edition of the Third Sunday Children’s Carnival will be held September 20 outside of Raleigh Times and will feature fun and games for all ages.

5th Annual Korktoberfest: For the wine lovers out there, the 5th annual Korktoberfest will be held September 25-27 at the Raleigh Wine Shop. Meet winemakers, enjoy wine and provisions tastings, and enjoy authentic German food at this great annual event.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. There is so much to do in Raleigh for people of all kinds, ages, and interests. Simply grab your friends and family and head to the city for these great events and more.


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