Fun Things to Do This Spring in the Triangle Area

raleigh alcohol rehab centerSpring is here and now is the time to get outside and enjoy all the best things the Triangle has to offer. When you're newly sober, finding events and place to go where you won't struggle with cravings can be challenging. However, finding sober fun is possible. Get ready to grab a supportive family member or a newly sober friend and head on out to some of these great spring events! Searching for a quality Raleigh alcohol rehab center this spring? Call the pros at Legacy Freedom for help!

With more than 170 local artists exhibiting their paintings, jewelry, sculptures, and more the Cary Spring Daze Arts & Crafts Festival on April 28, 2018, is sure to have something for everyone. The festival celebrates its 25th year this April so don't miss out on this fun event. Food vendors, children's activities, and live music all day long will let you work on your tan and pick up a few new trinkets for your home.

The North Carolina Museum of Art welcomes a new exhibit this April entitled You Are Here: Light, Color and Sound Experiences. Fourteen contemporary artists have lent their talents to this exhibit which features sound installations, video works, large-scale light works, mixed-media room-size environments and site-specific projections. Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park and the entire floor of the museum's temporary exhibition gallery are filled with these engaging and imaginative works of art.

Looking for a way to enjoy some music and soak up some sun? The Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary is back with another spring and summer filled with special event concerts and the popular Summerfest. From classical to contemporary music, this incredible outdoor venue never disappoints. Bring your blanket, pack a picnic, and plan to arrive early. Events at the amphitheater tend to fill up and sell out quickly. Join the mailing list for information on upcoming events, discounted tickets, and weather cancellation info.

Theatre performances are plentiful throughout the Triangle this spring. From performances of children's classics like Alice in Wonderland to Adventure Road: A Story of Huck and Tom to more adult performances like Steve Martin's musical Bright Star, there is no business like show business for spring entertainment. From dramatic to comedic find something to fit your fancy at the Garner Performing Arts Center, the North Carolina Theatre, Raleigh's Little Theatre, or Theatre Raleigh. Check websites for detailed information on ticketing prices, showtimes, and other upcoming theatrical performances.

Need a little romance this spring? Carolina Ballet has two stunning performances planned that will leave you feeling like you've had a spring fling. Serenade by George Balanchine brings the poetry and imagery of dreams, mystery, and moonlight. Serenade brings the romance of the music Tchaikovsky wrote for the ballet to life. Want a little more familiar tale of love? Sleeping Beauty featuring the music of Tchaikovsky and the choreography of Robert Weiss will grace the Carolina Ballet stage for a weekend-long production. No matter which ballet you choose, the colorful costumes, amazing athleticism and stunning choreography will have you feeling the love.

Spend Memorial Day weekend in Fuquay-Varina at Fleming Loop Park for the Freedom Balloon Fest. There is no admission to this four day event that focuses on honoring and remembering those who served in the armed forces. Food vendors, exhibitors, and kid-friendly carnival rides fill the park with fun and excitement as more than 40 hot air balloons fill the skies overhead. Bring your lawn chairs and sunscreen and plan to get to the park early. Parking can be found on side streets surrounding the park.

Celebrate the LGBT community in Raleigh and raise money for the LGBT Center of Raleigh with the eighth annual Out!Raleigh festival. More than 50,000 people attended the event last year. Local artists, vendors, food trucks, live entertainment, and kids' activities will turn Raleigh's Fayetteville Street into a carnival-like atmosphere beginning May 5.

Just two weeks later the Raleigh Arts Festival Artsplosure takes over downtown celebrating fine visual art and live music. Since 1980this event has featured artists creating art live during the festival and numerous musical performances. Mark your calendar for this annual event May 19-20.

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