Where: Carter Finley Stadium, Raleigh
When: Thursday, Sept 2 7:30 pm
The Wolfpack kick off their 2021 campaign at home verse the USF Bulls. Right now the stadium will be open for full capacity and there are still tickets available.
Where: Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham
When: Fri, Sept 10, 8 pm
The Duke Blue Devils open up their stadium to face the NC A&T Aggies. Wallace Wade Stadium will be at full capacity (tickets still available) and is now serving alcohol.
Where: Kenan Stadium, Chapel Hill
When: Saturday, Sept 11, 7:30 pm
The Tar Heels take on the Georgia State Panthers for their second game of the season and first at home. Tickets are still available and officials plan to have Kenan Stadium at 100% capacity.
Where: North Hills Mall, Raleigh
When: Every Wednesday, 5 – 7 pm
“For a $5 drop-in fee, you can take advantage of a range of intensity, styles and spices of the fitness world to find what best suits YOU. Along with a rotation of community partners offering free samples including cold pressed juices, natural energy beverages, protein bars, etc.” The event takes place at North Hill’s Midtown Park.
Where: Edible Campus UNC Garden, Chapel Hill
When: Thursday, Sept 2, 3 – 5 pm
“Take a walk with the coordinator of Edible Campus UNC, one of the North Carolina Botanical Garden’s community outreach programs that creates gardens across the UNC-Chapel Hill campus full of edible, medicinal, and pollinator-friendly plants. We’ll see and taste from the gardens, and we’ll learn about the program and how it supports food justice initiatives at the University, and more!” The tour costs $12.
Where: Tour starts at Mellow Mushroom in Downtown Durham
When: Every Friday and Saturday until Oct 29, 7:30 – 9 pm
The 1.5 mile walking tour is designed for adults and children over 8 as a way to see a different side of Durham. The tour combines local ghost stories, folklore and history as it weaves through six paranormal sites including the Bull Durham Factory, Kress Store Building and Liggett-Myers Factory. The tour costs $14-17.
Where: Moore Square, Downtown Raleigh
When: Every Sunday, 11 am – 3 pm
The market features all sorts of goods including fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood, eggs, dairy, artisanal goods and pastries. All vendors are from within 90 miles of Raleigh. In addition, the market has special theme days with live music, children’s activities and more.
Where: Greenwood Commons Shopping Center, Durham
When: Saturdays, 8 – 12 pm
The SoDu market aims to provide healthy, fresh and sustainably grown food while bringing the community together and connecting them with local farmers.
Thanks for reading! And make sure to double check dates/times/covid rules/etc. as all are liable to change