Best Bets by Bus 12/10-12/12

 

Here’s our weekly round-up of transit-friendly events in the area. Remember to please make sure when planning your trip to your destination that you’re on the right departure date and time.  Have a great weekend!  




Friday, December 10

Location Event Transportation
Chapel Hill: 2nd Friday Art Walk
5:30pm
University Mall
201 S Estes Dr.

Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, art, and dance at the University Mall!  Get a free introductory tango lesson from Tangophilia—starts at 5:30, so get there early!

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Durham Family Fun Friday
3:30-5:30pm
Bragtown Branch – Durham County Library
3200 Dearborn Dr.
919-560-0210
Free

Spend some extra special time with your family at the library. Join us for an afternoon of fun with a board game, movie & popcorn or a good book. Please call for scheduled event.

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Raleigh State Capitol Holiday Open House
Friday, 10am-4pm
(See site for additional dates & times)
200 N. Blount St.
Free

The spirit of the holidays will be present at State Capitol’s annual Open House on Thursday, Dec. 9, through Sunday, Dec.12. The halls will be decked with seasonal decorations, and local groups will perform traditional and contemporary holiday music in the rotunda at various times of the day.

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Saturday, December 11

Location Event Transportation
Chapel Hill: NC Symphony Holiday Pops for Kids
2-3pm
UNC Chapel Hill
Memorial Hall
$10-$20

As a special treat for our youngest fans, the Symphony presents a one-hour, live music joy ride. Get ready for the winter break as you clap along to seasonal favorites and a few festive surprises. Holiday fun for the whole family.

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Durham Nutcracker: The Musical
7pm, Saturday 12/11
3pm, Sunday 12/12
Holton Auditorium
Holton Career and Resource Center
401 N. Driver St
Adults $15, Children $10

Don’t miss this creative adaptation of the traditional Nutcracker! Featuring 60 local kids, this updated classic is set in the 1980s and mixes modern dance styles and music with ballet.This magical experience is choreographed by Cynthia Penn and produced by Wanona Satcher.
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Raleigh Miracle on Fayetteville Street
1pm-4pm
Raleigh City Museum
220 #100 Fayetteville St
$5 suggested donation per family
Call 919-832-3775 to register

Celebrate the holidays with the Raleigh City Museum and Capitol Broadcasting Company! Miracle on Fayetteville Street will take you back in time for a fun, historic holiday celebration. Come watch the original 1947 version of Miracle on 34th Street, WRAL-TV’s first broadcast on December 15, 1956. What’s a trip to the movies without treats? Enjoy cider and festive cookies with us. Explore your creative side as we make Christmas ornaments and other holiday decorations. Each visitor will also have the chance to win a prize in our Kris Kringle Raffle.
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Sunday, December 12th

Due to the rainy and cold weather, I’m declaring this a tele-leisure Sunday.  If you wanna stay in the holiday spirit, maybe you should just stay home!  Get cozy and kick back, people.  Here’s a list of holiday-oriented movies to get you in the mood.  And if you’re not into that sort of thing, you can watch football : )

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