Little league after-parties. Shopping sprees. Broadway shows and baseball games. Our community has everything you need for living large … and savoring the small moments.
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Swing by Downtown Chapel Hill and Franklin Street, the main drag where you'll find coffee shops, restaurants, museums, music stores and evening entertainment venues. Head to Durham to see a show at The Durham Performing Arts Center or catch a baseball game at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Transform a sleepy Saturday into a family festivity with The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, the North Carolina Museum of History or Marbles Kids Museum in Downtown Raleigh.Area map >>
Looking for something to do? There’s never a shortage of local flair around Briar Chapel.
Annual Pepper Festival:
One of the largest chef competitions in the area, the Pepper Festival celebrates local art, culture, music and food, held on-site at Briar Chapel. All proceeds benefit nonprofit Abundance NC.
Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival:
A favorite for music lovers, the festival takes place in the spring and fall for days of music, dance, art and education.
Fridays on the Front Porch:
Celebrate the end of the work week at the Carolina Inn with live music, beverages and food trucks.
A Halloween tradition, Fearrington Village’s gardeners and chefs show off their pumpkin carving expertise.
Join others from all around the world for an annual festival featuring games, music and folk art made by the Clyde Jones.
Carrboro Music Festival:
For one weekend each year, the Carrboro Music Festival brings together Triangle-area performers to showcase all in one place.
Saturdays in Saxapahaw:
In the summer, enjoy a weekly outing to Saxapahaw for a local farmers' market and music series.