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Little Hen Restaurant in Holly Springs will host a Western Wake Farmers’ Market night on Monday, September 8, 2014. A portion of the proceeds will benefit WWFM. Little Hen offers fresh, local farm-to-table cuisine and “supports local farms and farmers’ markets by putting onto your plate what is fresh, seasonal, and as far as possible, devoid of all that mass production has created.” Come support local food and farm-to-table restaurants!
Monday, September 8, 2014
Opening at 5pm
5160 Sunset Lake Road – Apex, NC 27539 www.littlehennc.com
The WWFM is open year-round, rain or shine, to provide area residents with access to locally grown and crafted foods. Market offerings include fresh seasonal produce, flowers, herbs, baked goods, prepared foods, eggs, cheeses, meats and seafood, as well as coffee, beer, soda, local honey, crafts and more.
The mission of WWFM is for all people in our community to become educated about and benefit from locally grown food. Our aim is to helpall walks of life, from the farmers to the local community members to those less fortunate who might need assistance through the local food bank.
Location: Western Wake Farmers’ Market, 1225 Morrisville Carpenter Road, Cary, NC 27519 Dates and Times: Every Saturday, 8:00AM – 12:00PM (April-November) and 9:30AM – 12:00PM
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The seventh annual Raleigh Easter returns to the capital city on Saturday, April 12, a week earlier than normal this year. This year, thousands of visitors to this FREE event on Raleigh’s Halifax Mall will find more than 58,000 eggs in more than a half dozen egg hunts from 10 a.m. through 1 p.m. Visitors will also enjoy games, music, balloons, and inflatables as part of the day’s festivities.
Last year’s crowd saw more than 4,000 children participate in egg hunts on Halifax Mall, located in the Government Complex one block north of the state legislative building (near the Museums of Natural Sciences and History) in Downtown Raleigh. Hunts will take place every half hour between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. this year, with separate zones for children with special needs.
“We love being part of Raleigh and are thrilled to put on this event for the families who live here,” said Matt Stevens, coordinator for Raleigh Easter and pastor at Vintage Church, sponsor of the event. “We’re happy that Raleigh Easter has become a tradition, and we hope to see many more folks come out.”
Raleigh Easter is sponsored by Vintage Church, a non-denominational church with three locations in the Triangle. Although Raleigh Easter isn’t a religious event, the church has scheduled Easter services, beginning with a Maundy Thursday celebration on April 17 at 7 p.m. and Easter Sunday services at 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., and 5 p.m. (see www.vintagenc.com for service locations).
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Following a successful second year of Alzheimer’s Association: Blondes vs. Brunettes Raleigh (BvB Raleigh), rivalries – blonde and brunette – will again hit the football field June 7, 2014 to help support the fight against Alzheimer’s. In 2013, BvB Raleigh raised over $50,000, exceeding the organization’s initial fundraising goal by more than $10,000.
In its third year in Raleigh, BvB Raleigh will be divided once again to reflect the age-old feud between blondes and brunettes – and compete in a flag football game. Cheerleaders, volunteers, corporate sponsors, media partners and more will also come together to help build awareness, raise funds and encourage participation for a disease that effects more than 18 million people around the world. 2014 season event details are as follows:
2014 EVENT INFORMATION:
Draft Party: Cornerstone Tavern, March 29, 8-11pm
Team Brunette Event: May 3
Team Blonde Event: May 17
2014 GAME DAY INFORMATION:
Where: Saint Mary’s School
900 Hillsborough St Raleigh, NC 27603
When: June 7, 2014; 10 a.m.
“We were extremely overwhelmed by the outpouring of support we received from those directly involved, in addition to family, friends, the community and beyond, who helped make the second year of Blondes vs. Brunettes Raleigh a huge success,” said Cristina Baker, Blondes vs. Brunettes Raleigh founder. “So many people are affected by this devastating disease and we are thrilled to be able to continue to raise awareness and funds, and above all, show our commitment to ending Alzheimer’s.”
Up from its second-year fundraising goal of $40,000, Blondes vs. Brunettes Raleigh is working hard to reach a goal of $60,000 in 2014. To help support the organization’s fundraising efforts and ensure every penny raised directly impacts the Alzheimer’s Association Eastern North Carolina Chapter, BvB Raleigh is seeking the help of sponsors. Email BvBRaleigh@gmail.com for sponsorship information.
About Blondes vs. Brunettes Raleigh
Since its inception in 2005, this special charity has become a nation-wide campaign, spanning more than 25 cities across the United States, each hosting its own tumble of the tresses. To date, Alzheimer’s Association: Blondes vs. Brunettes organizations have raised a whopping $3 million for the Alzheimer’s Association, and continue to grow at a rapid speed throughout the country.
For more information, to donate to Team Blonde or Team Brunette, volunteer for fundraising events and game day, or become a sponsor, please visit www.bvbraleigh.org, “like” us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/bvbRaleigh) and follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/BvBRaleigh) and Instagram (@BvB_Raleigh).
WHO: In conjunction with the Vasculitis Foundation, friends and family of NC State graduate, Danielle D’Haene, are planning the first annual Vino for Vasculitis silent auction event in her memory.
WHEN: May 3rd, 2014 5:00pm until 8:30pm.
WHERE: Mosaic Wine Lounge, 517 W Jones Street Raleigh, NC
WHY: The goal of the event is to raise awareness about Vasculitis as well as raise money to benefit the Vasculitis Foundation, an organization dedicated not only to the mission to research and develop new treatments in an effort to better treat, and hopefully one day, cure the disease but to the vasculitis patients and their family members.
HOW: $25 tickets are being sold at celebratingdanielle.bpt.me and include entrance into the silent auction, a glass of wine from Mosaic, food, entertainment, and a night of memories and fun.
MORE: Vino for Vasculitis was created by a group of Danielle’s friends dedicated to honoring her memory and raising awareness about these rare diseases that took her life. Our event has been 100% supported by our community so that we are able to raise as much money as possible for the Vasculitis Foundation. We could not feel more grateful and inspired by the outreach and support we have received.
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