Halloween has come and gone & Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Yup, the BIG holiday, Christmas is approaching also. If you are thinking that your fall fun is over, THINK again! There are lots of great activities in an around the Triangle to enjoy!
In fact, November is a great time around the Triangle area! Days are generally pretty warm, ranging in the 60’s to 70’s. Night time temperatures range from the 40’s to 50’s. So, grab a jacket and enjoy all that the Triangle has to offer. Here are some great ideas in and around the area.
Raleigh Christmas Parade (11/17)
This is the 74th year for the Raleigh Christmas Parade. The Raleigh Christmas parade is the largest Christmas parade between Washington, D.C. and Atlanta. Over 250,000 will watch the parade live from home and over 60,000 will attend the parade in person. The parade will last approximately 2.5 hours and will feature something for the whole family.
Chinese Lantern Festival (11/23 to 1/23)
The Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary will once again be transformed into a magnificent setting when the North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival returns this holiday season! The Festival will include more than 20 lighted displays including the spectacular Chinese Dragon on Symphony Lake. This year’s festival will include the addition of cultural performances and artisan crafts. Performances will include traditional Chinese dance, foot juggling and vase juggling, and Wushu/Kung Fu.
Christmas on Salem Street
Downtown Apex will be transformed into a winter wonderland to ring in the Christmas season to Apex. On Friday night, November 30th, the festivities include the official annual Apex Christmas tree lighting, caroling, and sleigh rides. Of course, Santa and Mrs. Claus will be on hand to greet the children. There will be merrymaking all up and down Salem Street, the stores will be packed with goodies and gifts that will make for a wonderful magical Christmas in Apex. This is all part of the reason Apex is the Peak of Good Living. On Saturday night, December 1st, the annual Christmas parade will be held at 5:00pm. On Sunday, December 2nd, the Apex Historical Society will once again offer historic homes tours.
If you are looking for some indoor events and are looking ahead to the Christmas season, there are a number of holiday performances in and around the Triangle. From ballet to musicals there are plenty of performances to get you in the holiday spirit.
The ACC football action heats up as all three local teams are in action including the traditional Duke versus UNC match on Saturday, November 10th and the Wolfpack take on the Tar Heels on Saturday, November 24th.
If the pigskin isn’t your thing, there are several opportunities to check out some football action with a round ball. The ACC Women’s Soccer Championship will be played at the Wake Med Soccer Park in Cary from November 2nd to the 4th. The ACC Men’s Soccer Championship will also be played at the Wake Med Soccer Park from November the 9th to the 11th. Check out the ACC website for game times.
If you want to see some of the best young soccer players in the country. The North Carolina Football Club will be hosting their annual Boys and Girls Soccer Showcases each weekend throughout November. The Soccer Showcase is one of the largest soccer showcases in the country and teams from across the US will be competing at various venues around the Triangle. Check out the NCFC website for more information
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