The Weekend Guide…

What: See…

Where: Triangle Cultural Art Gallery

Upcycled- The exhibit “Upcycled” debut last month in May, to highlight Haitian Heritage Month! The Ion verni art pieces takes me back to childhood memories, in Haiti. This event will be open to the public until June 28th, 2019. The artist is Charles Eneld who creates original wall pieces all made by hand and unique. He draws his inspiration from Haitian culture and religions. In 2016, he was featured in the Thayer Art Gallery Art of Ayiti and helped to raise over $ 10,000 in support of professional development of teachers in Haiti.

What: Eat…

Where: The Triangle Restaurant Week Participating Restaurants, Level 7 Roof Top Bar and Raleigh’s City Plaza.

Well…We can start with lunch and dinner at any restaurant of you choosing…That is any restaurant listed as participants in this year’s Triangle Restaurant Week. More details can be found here. End the night with drinks at Level 7. Located at North Carolina’s first AC Hotel, the roof top bar is best suited for get togethers and date night, on a summer night. If you decide to visit on Friday or Sunday nights, than you can add live music to the experience as well. More information about Level 7 can be found here. If you’re up to travel vial pallet on Saturday, you should head over to Raleigh’s International Food Festival on Saturday, June 8 2019. There will be food, beer and wine from around the world accompanied b live music and various forms of entertainment. Based on previous year’s attendance around 20,000 guests are expected. Get your ticket early and see you at Raleigh’s City Plaza for the event.
 

What: Do…

Where: Falls Lake Recreational Park

Hike at the Falls Lake Recreational Park. Falls Lake State Recreation Area is a collective of seven access areas scattered around the shoreline of this undeveloped, 12,000-acre reservoir. More than 300 campsites at four of the access areas offer a range of outdoor experience from RV hookups to primitive tent camping and group camps. There are five swim beaches in the recreation area and a number of boating ramps, some reserved for paddlers and non-gasoline powered boats. The Beaverdam access offers a network of mountain biking trails as well as a separate and quiet lake impoundment perfect for paddling, fishing and swimming. The Mountains-to-Sea State Trail winds through parts of the recreation area and is a centerpiece of a network of hiking trails. More information can be found here.

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