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Toys here. Games there. Fun everywhere. With activities and amusements galore, Family Day: Toys and Games at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh will have something for everyone — for free! Yes, it won’t cost a penny to enjoy toys and games from North Carolina’s past. All the fun takes place on Saturday,…Continue
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Congratulations to Carly Nickerson, winner of Triangle TRACKS' annual membership drive! Her invitations resulted in the highest number of new members. Carly has won the following first place prizes:
Local theaters have announced free and cheap summer movie programs. Here's our most updated list:…
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The N.C. Department of Cultural Resources will once again showcase North Carolina’s culture, heritage, and arts with the second year of its popular “2nd Saturdays ” program in June, July, and August. The program will take place June 11, July 9, and Aug. 13, 2011, at all 37 museums and Historic Sites. Most events are free.
“Our state’s Historic Sites and museums offer unique windows into the state’s culture, focusing on the…
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BounceU of Apex, a full-service inflatable entertainment center owned by Tony Chang at 3419 Apex Peakway in…Continue
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Wake County Public School System Superintendent Tony Tata has released two student assignment proposals: a blue plan and a green plan. The blue plan consists of a community-based choice model and the green plan…Continue
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Whether it’s the sand between your toes, basking in the sun or a refreshing drink in your hand, everybody wants a little bit of paradise. So Divi Resorts – the Caribbean travel expert headquartered in Chapel Hill – and Moe’s Southwest Grill locations in the Triangle and Charlotte have teamed up to send one lucky couple on a Burrito Lovers Getaway!
The winning Burrito Lovers Getaway couple will win a…Continue
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With the seasonal heat on the horizon and local schools closing for summer break, Polar Ice House recently announced registration is open for Camp Chillin’, a week-long program designed for kids to stay cool, learn to skate and keep busy throughout the summer.
At Camp Chillin’ kids ages 5-12 can choose to participate in either its figure skating program or…
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Most kids feel like summer is a time for kicking back with a popsicle or two and relaxing by the pool, banishing any thought of school, teachers, and homework. Though it is important to keep their communication skills toned through the season and ready for the next academic year, there is no reason for them to know that what you have planned for them is “work”! Here are some tips to keep your young writer at the top of his or her game:
1. Send your child to camp and watch their…
Gas prices are high enough that you may be considering day trips instead of overnight trips. Think of the Museum of the Cape Fear in Fayetteville! From the Triangle, Fayetteville is just over an hour away. Far enough to be away from home, but not so far that restless little ones become impatient. No matter where they ask, "Are we there yet?" when you answer, "Almost," you'll be correct every time. The museum has many hands on things as you tour the exhibit galleries. These include a touch…Continue
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Today is the day! We're kicking off our annual membership drive and need your help spreading the word about Triangle TRACKS by inviting your friends to join our community. What's in it for you? How about a first-place prize valued at more than $500? We're offering second- and third-place prizes as well. Here's how it works.
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Congratulations to our three winners, who now each have four tickets to see "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" (PG 13) in 3D at Wachovia IMAX Theatre in Downtown Raleigh. Thanks to Marbles Kids…Continue
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Stroller Strides of Raleigh is launching a 6-week evening class session, the "Summer Sunset Series", starting May 31st!
This program offers working moms, and those who can't make morning workouts, a chance to take part in the…Continue
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APEX Town Ordinance §14-28 currently states: No person shall play at any game upon any street or use any street for the purpose of recreation.
We are attempting to amend ordinance §14-28 to allow play in cul-de-sacs. Our children as well as numerous…Continue