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While the globe keeps turning, Raleigh continues to adapt to our new cultural landscape. Check out this list of things to know and do this November in Raleigh, provided to you by Revisn short-term apartments in Glenwood South.

First Friday Raleigh
November 5, 2021, starting at 5pm throughout Downtown Raleigh.

From the Website: First Friday is celebrated on the first Friday of each month at locations throughout Downtown Raleigh. Art galleries and studios are open late with rotating exhibits and artist talks. Exhibitors feature artists, music, and special offers. Retailers and restaurants can offer discounts and specials. There's something and somewhere for everyone. First Friday is free and open to all.

Wings of Raleigh

All month, all day at Dorothea Dix Park

From the website: Joining notable cities from across the country and around the globe, Raleigh welcomes world-renowned Mexican artist Jorge Marín’s traveling exhibition, Wings of the City to Dorothea Dix Park.

The collection of nine bronze sculptures features larger than life figures – some winged and poised to take flight, others delicately balanced with gymnast-like prowess – alongside Marín’s iconic Wings of México.

The sculptures will be installed at Dorothea Dix Park October 2021 through March 2022. This will be the first international art exhibition for Raleigh’s burgeoning signature park.

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Exhibition: Alphomse Mucha, Art Nouveau Visionary

All month, recurring Wednesday-Sunday at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Tickets start $17 and up.

From the website: Czech-born Alphonse Mucha (1860–1939) was one of the most celebrated artists in Paris at the turn of the 20th century. As an influential force behind the art nouveau movement, he created sumptuous posters and advertising—promoting such everyday products as cigarette papers and tea biscuits—that transformed the streets of Paris into open-air art exhibitions. Alphonse Mucha: Art Nouveau Visionary celebrates the Mucha Trust Collection’s first major U.S. tour in 20 years, featuring a vast array of posters, illustrations, ornamental objects, and rarely seen sculpture, photographs, and self-portraits. Additional works from the NCMA’s collection highlight Mucha’s influence in America and his close friendship with French sculptor Auguste Rodin.

2021 Raleigh Christmas Parade

November 20, 9:30am - noon in Downtown Raleigh. Free to attend.

From the website: The Raleigh Christmas Parade, has been presented by the Greater Raleigh Merchants Association since 1944.

Attracting an estimated 60,000 spectators from across the state to downtown Raleigh and reaching more than 250,000 through television and live video streaming of the parade is the largest single-day event in Raleigh each year. And it’s the largest parade between Atlanta and Washington, D.C. GRMA thanks our generous sponsors for supporting this North Carolina tradition!

Holiday Sip & Shop

November 18 from 2-7pm at City Club Raleigh. Free for members, $5 charge for non-members.

From the website:

Join City Club Raleigh and several local vendors for a sip and shop experience with the best view of Raleigh. $5 entry for non-members and everyone will receive a complimentary glass of champagne upon arrival. Member bar available as well.

North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival

November 19 - January 9, Tuesday through Sunday, 6-10pm. Performances at 7pm, 8pm, and 9pm nightly. Check website for pricing. Kids 2 and under go for free!

From the website: Booth Amphitheatre will once again be transformed into a magnificent setting with the return of the North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival! Tianyu Culture & Booth Amphitheatre are offering a ticket that can be used on any night of your choosing! The Festival will include more than 20 displays, each one comprised of hundreds of parts and thousands of LED lights.

WRAL Nights of Lights

Beginning November 26, recurring daily from 6-10pm. General admission starting at $20. 

From the Website: Brighten your holiday season with WRAL Nights of Lights Drive-Thru Light Show at Dorothea Dix Park, brought to you by WRAL/Capitol Broadcasting Company in partnership with the City of Raleigh.

The 2nd annual WRAL Nights of Lights event is here! Tickets go on sale on Thurs., Sept. 30 at 6pm. This year's event features more lights, more nights and fewer cars!

NHL Carolina Hurricanes vs. Washington Capitals

November 28 from 1pm at the PNC Arena. Admission starts at $32. 

From the website: NHL Carolina Hurricanes will play the Washington Capitals , November 28! Come support our boys and witness a Storm Surge!

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