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Wednesday, September 01, 2010
 TCAR CIE Demo RTP  8:00am - 10:00am    (Conventions/Seminars)
Location: Center for Community Leadership
Join us for breakfast and a demo of TCAR's new Commercial Information Exchange Research Platform, Tacquire! Have a chance to win a $100 gift card by just showing up
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 Decision-Making with Gnumeric      (Educational)
Location: Online
Gnumeric (pronounced "Numeric") is a FREE spreadsheet that can be used for scientific decision-making to apply to a wide variety of scenarios like how much mortgage can I afford or should I lease or buy a car? Because this course consists of 10 diverse modules, a student can design his/her own course by choosing any 5 modules or take all ten. It’s an online course: 5 modules (10 hours) 9/1-9/17/10; 10 Modules (20 hours) 9/1-9/30/10. Call 336-334-7607 or email: ceprodev@ncat.edu.
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Thursday, September 02, 2010
 TCAR CIE Demo RTP  8:00am - 10:00am    (Conventions/Seminars)
Location: Cambria Suites, 300 Airgate Dr., Morrisville, NC 27560
Join us for breakfast and a demo of TCAR's new Commercial Information Exchange Research Platform, Tacquire! Have a chance to win a $100 gift card by just showing up
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 Cary Kennel Club Dog Show  8am - 6pm    (Sports)
Location: Jim Graham Building State Fairgrounds
The Cary Kennel Club will have its 4th dog show on September 2, 2010 in the Jim Graham Building at the Fairgrounds. The public is invited to see spectacular dogs from around the country compete for BEST IN SHOW! Come and see dogs of all breeds compete in obedience and rally competition. Watch the dogs earn “legs” and titles.
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Tuesday, September 07, 2010
 Goldsboro Fire Department at the Wayne County Museum  6:30p.m.    (Holiday Events)
Location: Wayne County Museum in Goldsboro, North Carolina
Members of the Goldsboro Fire Department will talk to us on the changes in Fire Fighting Equipment over the years. This evening we will be able to see the 1919 Fire Truck, the Mary Alice, along with one of the newest trucks. September 7 at 6:30 pm
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Thursday, September 09, 2010
 Chef's Challenge for Meals on Wheels of Wake County  5:00-7:00 PM    (Charity)
Location: Garner TV & Appliance, North Raleigh location off of Capital Blvd. in Plantation Point Shopping Center
Come out for a live and local cook-off style competition on Thursday, September 9th. Meals on Wheels is hosting a Chef's Challenge benefiting it's Wake County chapter. This event will be held from 5-7PM at Garner TV & Appliance, located at the North Raleigh location. Guests will provide a "cover charge/donation" of $20 which will include hors d'oeuvres, 2 drink tickets, and a raffle ticket for prizes. Three celebrity judges will vote on the dishes to decide which local chef has the best recipe. There will be a live auction and raffle all benefiting Wake County Meals on Wheels.
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Friday, September 10, 2010
 St. James UMC 2nd Annual BBQ  11:00 AM--7:00 PM    (BBQ Fundraiser)
Location: 3808 St. James Church Rd., Raleigh NC 27604
Eat In Or Take Out Lunch Delivered for 5 or more WHEN: Friday, September 10, 2010, 11:00 AM Thru 7:00 PM WHERE: St. James United Methodist Church, 3808 St. James Church Rd. Raleigh, NC 27604--Off New Hope Rd. North WHAT: Pork BBQ, Potatoes, Green Beans, Cole Slaw, Hush Puppies, Brownies, and Tea--if eating in COST: $7.50 Per Plate Pre-Orders are encouraged. Please call the Church Office at 876-5796 before 1:00 PM Monday through Thursdays, and all day on the day of the BBQ.
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 Cousteau Comes to Raleigh!   5:00-9:00pm    (Community)
Location: Seaboard Station, Raleigh, NC
World renowned environmentalist Alexandra Cousteau and her Expedition Blue Planet team are rolling across North America and the Neuse River is their next stop. Local Blue Legacy Benefit, 5-7pm Meet and mingle with Alexandra and the Upper Neuse RIVERKEEPER® at this intimate speaking event. Limited tickets are available for $65 in person at Galatea Boutique or at neuseriver.org Free Music on the Porch Concert, 6-9pm. Bring the whole family and dance to the Atomic Rhythm All Stars' swing music, meet the Expedition Blue Planet crew, and learn about local water issues.
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Saturday, September 11, 2010
 Fuquay-Varina Garden Sponsored by Fuquay-Varina Garden Club  10 am - 5 pm    (Gardening)
Location: Fuquay-Varina Area Gardens
Meander among lush eclectic plantings in a collector's garden; enjoy traditional charms of a Southern cottage garden. Something for everyone at eleven gardens on this year's tour! Tickets $12 in advance at The Garden Hut or phone 919-744-4274. $15 at the gardens, also purchase raffle tickets for chance to win one of two limited edition prints valued over $300 ea. Closing reception @ The Garden Hut, Sun, 5:15 pm. Refreshments, door prizes, guest speaker: Carol Stein, Master Gardener, writer/artist. We're on Facebook!
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Monday, September 13, 2010
 Impact Leadership Seminar  6:30-8pm    (Conventions/Seminars)
Location: Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley
How to motivate your team, yourself, and your organization in this economy Learn how to motivate yourself and your team so your organization will be "so good it can't be ignored". No matter what occupation, title, if you are gainfully employed or seeking employment, this program will benefit you.
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Tuesday, September 14, 2010
 Chip in for the Red Cross  7:00 A.M. (8:00 A.M. Shot Gun Start)    (Fundraiser for Triangle Area American Red Cross)
Location: Lonnie Poole Golf Course
Come out and support the Triangle Area Chapter Red Cross at its 3rd Annual Golf Tournament. $125/person $500/team. Game is Texas Scramble. Mulligan Games and Prizes! Proceeds go to American Red Cross Disaster Relief.
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Thursday, September 16, 2010
 Operation Christmas Child Kick-Off Event   7-9 PM    (Charity)
Location: Trinity Baptist Church-4815 6 Forks Road-Raleigh
Volunteers Kick-Off Operation Christmas Child National Collection Week Countdown featuring Emmy Award Winner, Willa Brigham
at Trinity Baptist Church. Triangle Area volunteers for Operation Christmas Child host Storyteller, Inspirational Speaker, and Performing Artist, Willa Brigham as Keynote Speaker at the OCC Annual Kick-Off Event. Ms Brigham is the host of the two-time Emmy Award Winning Television Show, Smart Start Kids, and Carolina Ha Ha’s Entertainer of the Year. This upbeat event for new and existing volunteers will provide information and supplies supporting the actual Collection Week, Nov 15 to 21, 2010.
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Friday, September 17, 2010
 The Synod  6:30 PM    (Arts and Entertainment)
Location: Port City Java, 234 Fayetteville St., Raleigh NC 27601
The North Carolina Black Arts Council presents “The Synod”. The goal for this event is to energize and promote the African American Cultural Arts scene in the Triangle. This diverse community of artists has an abundance of talent in the Visual, Musical, Written and Performing arts. The event will take place on: September 17, 2010 6:30-11:00pm Port City Java 234 Fayetteville St. Raleigh, NC 27601 The format of the The Synod is as follows: 6:30 - 8:00 Visual Displays and Presentations 8:00 - 9:30 Book / Poetry Readings and Disscussion 9:30 - 11:00 Musicians
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 Garner Friday Family Flicks and Camping  8pm    (Movies)
Location: Lake Benson Park, Garner
Join us on Friday, September 17th at 8pm for "The Blind Side" PG-13 shown under the stars at Lake Benson Park. This family-friendly movie is FREE! Also on this night we will be having family camping at Lake Benson Park. Camp site set-up begins at 5:30pm. Cost is $10 for resident families and $13 for non-resident families. Contact Stephanie Shaffer at 661-6892 for information about camping. Refreshments will be sold during the movie.
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Saturday, September 18, 2010
 Battle of the Baked Goods  11am-1pm    (Baking Contest)
Location: Mordecai Historic Park
Cake and Cookie categories for both youth and adult. Prizes for first and second place in all categories. First prize winners will receive a baking gift baskets. Go to www.raleighnc.gov/mordecai for entry forms. Not a baker? Come out and be a sampler! All entries will be available for tasting to the general public from 12-1pm. Free to enter and Free to sample.
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 Once - Pearl Jam Tribute Concert  7:30    (Benefit Concert)
Location: Southern Village Outdoor Ampitheatre (Chapel Hill)
All afternoon event including: 5k Food/Beverages Family entertainment Early evening concert raising money for families strugging with extreme health issues. Buy tixs online or at the door.
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 Ride Without Limits North Carolina  Sept. 18th-19th    (Charity)
Location: Starts at Camp Kanata near Wake Forest, NC
The Ride Without Limits bike tour is the ultimate road trip that allows cyclists to choose from three route options each day (38, 64, 100 miles). Each cyclist is asked to raise $250 for United Cerebral Palsy. Register for the Ride Without Limits and help children and adults living with disabilities live a life without limits. On September 18th-19th, cyclists will enjoy a beautiful route from the saddle of a bike, in the company of friends, old and new. After an invigorating day's ride, you'll relax in the comfort of our campsite. For more info,visit ridewithoutlimits.org
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 The Miracle League Ride  9 AM Registration    (Charity)
Location: Start: Ray Price Harley-Davidson
Don't miss the opportunity to help out the Miracle League of Raleigh. The Miracle League is a baseball league that gives all handicapped children the chance to play baseball regardless of their disabilities. All benefits from the ride go directly toward helping the Miracle League of Raleigh purchase uniforms, equipment, and fields. There are many ways to get involved. Come out and participate in the ride that begins at Ray Price Harley and ends at BoneDaddy's. There will be live music along with raffles and door prizes. For more information on sponsorship or donations visit their website.
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 God and Country Rally  4 - 6pm    (Community)
Location: Herman Park, Goldsboro
Sponsored by the Wayne County Tea Party, Citizens for Constitutional Liberties. Congressman Walter B Jones and other conservative will be speaking.
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 Raleigh Neighborhood Exchange  8 a.m. - 2 p.m.     (Community)
Location: 1101 Gorman St., Raleigh NC
The Raleigh Neighborhood Exchangebrings together residents from across the city to discuss and learn about how to improve neighborhoods. Registration fee of $10 includes continental breakfast and lunch. Register by Sept. 8. To register, call 996-6100 or download a registration form at http://raleighnc.gov/neighbors/content/CommServices/Articles/RaleighNeighborhoodExc.html. The Raleigh Neighborhood Exchange is sponsored by the City of Raleigh Community Services Department.
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 St. Eugene International Food and Music Festival  11AM to 7PM    (Festivals)
Location: J. Ashley Wall Town Square, Wendell, NC
Our 8th annual event features a great variety of cuisine from around the world with games, cultural dancing and a wide variety of live music. Raffle prizes include flat screen HDTV with Surround Sound System, Laptop Computer and $250 Food Lion Gift Card. Free Admission
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 4-H Sharpshooters Yard Sale  7am - 12pm    (Yard Sale)
Location: 1645 Banbury Dr., Fayetteville
Cumberland County 4-H Sharpshooters yard sale. The children are raising money for tournament fees. 6 plus families participating. Lots of items!!!
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Sunday, September 19, 2010
 Book signing and documentary showing  2 p.m. to 5. pm.    (Arts and Entertainment)
Location: Wayne County Public Library
There will be a book signing for "Sergeant Smack: The Legendary Lives and Times of Ike Atkinson, Kingin and his Band of Brothers.There will also be a preview showing of "Ike Atkinson, Kingpin--In His Own Words." Ike Atkinson and author Ron Chepesiuk Ike Atkinson will be signing books.
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 Joel Lane Museum House Presents Lizzie Lane’s Colonial Tea   3:00 PM-5:00 PM    (Community)
Location: 728 W. Hargett St., Raleigh, NC
Lizzie Lane was Colonel Joel Lane’s (the founding father of Raleigh) seventh child. In the gardens at the Joel Lane House, mothers, daughters, grandmothers, and granddaughters will learn the etiquette of taking tea/cakes in colonial times. As they sip tea and eat 18th-century style, attendees will learn the history of tea. After tea, the girls can play games like graces, dance the Virginia Reel, and make a rag doll. For tickets, call 919-833-3431. Admission:$30/adults and $20/children 12 and under; members of the Joel Lane Historical Society get a discount. Minimum age is 5 years old.
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 The Magnificent Mile-fifth annual race  12:30p.m.-3:30p.m.    (Race)
Location: Second Empire Restaurant & Tavern
Proceeds from the event go to fund research grants awarded by the Spastic Paraplegia Foundation. In the event’s first four years, more than $150,000 has been raised, with nearly 2,300 people participating in the race.
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Monday, September 20, 2010
 Comfort Zone Camp for Kids Charity Gold Classic      (Charity)
Location: Briar Creek Country Club
New York Life is proud to sponsor the Comfort Zone Camp for Kids Charity Gold Classic at Brier Creek Country Club. Comfort Zone Camp is a camp for children who have lost a sibling or parent. Visit czcgolf.org or call 919-609-8222 for more information.
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Wednesday, September 22, 2010
 Win Dave Ramsey VIP Tickets  12-1 PM    (Station Event)
Location: SRI Shoe Warehouse-6031 Oak Forest Rd-Raleigh
Join 680 WPTF's Brian Freeman at SRI Shoe Warehouse for your chance to win Dave Ramsey VIP Ticket, shirt and book give a way.
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Thursday, September 23, 2010
 "Core Connection" Business EXPO 2010  11:00 am - 6:00 pm    (Business Expo)
Location: Fuquay-Varina Community Center
The “Core Connection” Business Expo sponsored by the Fuquay-Varina Chamber of Commerce on September 23rd is still taking applications for booths. There are over 50 booths still available, and businesses do not have to be Chamber members to participate. Seven FREE small business workshops will be held during the event. Join the hottest business networking event on the hub of the Fort Bragg expansion project! Opportunities exist for all types of businesses! Check the website for details.
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 Kidz Stuff Consignment Sale - Hayes Barton Baptist Church  7-8:30pm    (Consignment Sale)
Location: Hayes Barton Baptist Church
Great bargains on gently used kids' clothing, toys, maternity, furniture & more! From strollers to jumpers, bikes to wipes warmers-if a child can wear it or use it, we have it! Consign, volunteer, or donate & shop 1st- 5:30-7pm; Open to public 7-8:30pm.
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 Joel Lane Museum House Lecture  7:00PM    (lecture)
Location: 728 W Hargett Street, Raleigh NC
We announce a lecture on "North Carolina's Role in the American Revolution" by James T. Cheatham in the Visitors Center at 160 South Saint Mary’s Street, Raleigh, NC 27603. Admission will be $15 for the general public and $10 for members of the Joel Lane Historical Society. Refreshments will be served. Seating is limited, and advanced payment is required. Call 919-833-3431 with your payment, or mail a check to P O Box 10884, Raleigh NC 27605. Be sure to include the names of all in your party; nametags will serve as tickets. Tickets are non-refundable unless we must cancel the event.
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Friday, September 24, 2010
 Capital City Bike Fest  11:00am    (Bike Fest)
Location: Ray Price Harley-Davidson®
The festivities begin with an 11 am line-up at Ray Price Harley Davidson for the Kick Start Parade to Fayetteville Street followed by a Patriot Ride to the National Guard Armory. Enjoy tons of free events including live music featuring The Wells and Matt Stillwell, demo rides all day on your choice of 40 on-site bikes, a mind blowing bike show, Ray Price’s 1000 horsepower nitro drag bike and more!
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 Kidz Stuff Consignment Sale - Hayes Barton Baptist Church  9am - 5pm    (Consignment Sale)
Location: Hayes Barton Baptist Church
Great bargains on gently used kids' clothing, toys, maternity, furniture, baby equip & more. From strollers to jumpers, bikes to wipes warmers-if a child can wear it or use it, we'll have it! Help a cause of faith - proceeds benefit children's ministries.
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Saturday, September 25, 2010
 National Hunting and Fishing Day Wildlife Expo  Noon - 5pm    (And Educational!)
Location: 1751 Varsity Drive, Raleigh, NC
FREE - Join the fun at the North Carolina Wildlife Commission's celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Day's Wildlife Expo. The Wildlife Expo is a family-oriented event with fun and educational hands-on activates for everyone to enjoy including: outdoor cooking, outdoor survival, fishing at Lake Raleigh, fly-tying, archery and pellet gun ranges, live animal exhibits and demonstrations and much, much more. This event is FREE and pre-registration is helpful but not necessary (919-707-0209). Stop on by from Noon -5pm. Bring the family and learn lots of fun ways to enjoy the outdoors!
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 Large Benefit Yard Sale  8am-2pm    (Charity)
Location: 200 High Meadow Dr., Cary, NC
Great Yard Sale & snacks at Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian. We are looking for volunteers, buyers and sellers! Contact billotteja@yahoo.com
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 NCKWS 2010 Pond Tour  9am-5pm    (Charity)
Location: Throughout the Triangle
NC Koi and Watergarden Society (NCKWS) will be hosting a tour of koi ponds and water gardens throughout the Triangle. This is an opportunity to see state of the art koi ponds, beautiful garden ponds and wonderfully landscaped properties. There will be ponds of all sizes to show that every gardener can enjoy the benefits of a water garden. The tour will be concluding at Lakeview Daylily Farm in Garner with the NC Koi and Watergarden Society cull sale of koi and goldfish which will be held 4-6pm.
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 Taste of Fuquay-Varina 2010  Noon - 5:00 PM    (Community)
Location: 405 Broad Street, Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526
Taste cakes from some of the finest bakers in Southern Wake County as they compete in five "taste" cake categories and view decorated cakes along Broad Street. This year's theme is Mascot Mania so bring the kids out to see some of our area STARS. If you like chicken wings, help us decide who has the "Best Chicken Wings" in Southern Wake. Local restaurants will compete for the coveted title. Family fun at it's finest...
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 Kidz Stuff Consignment Sale - Hayes Barton Baptist Church  8am - 12noon    (Consignment Sale)
Location: Hayes Barton Baptist Church
Half price sale on marked items! Great bargains on gently used kids' clothing, toys, maternity, furniture & more! From strollers to jumpers, bikes to wipes warmers-if a child can wear it or use it, we have it! Proceeds benefit children's ministries.
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 Harvest Festival  Noon 7pm    (Family)
Location: Big Barn, Daniel Boone Village, Hillsborough NC
Craft fair, silent auction and BBQ dinner $8.00 eat in or take out. Directions: From Durham: I-85 N to exit 154, Hillsborough. At exit ramp turn right on to Churton Rd. Turn right at James Freeland Memorial Drive. Big Barn is on the right at the stop sign.
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 Storytelling Festival  11am-5pm    (Family)
Location: Historic Oak View County Park
Listen to professional storytellers during an afternoon of continuous stories on the lawn! Fun, family, FREE event!
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 Harvest Festival at Orange United Methodist Church - Chapel Hill  7:00am-2:00pm    (Festivals)
Location: Orange United Methodist Church
Come to Harvest Festival at Orange United Methodist Church in Chapel Hill on Saturday, September 25! At 7:00am, join us for Chapel Hill's largest Yard sale and a home-cooked country breakfast. Throughout the day, we'll have kids games and inflatables, a Craft Fair, a Sweet Shoppe, and a silent and live auction! All proceeds benefit local and international mission programs. Visit connect2orange.org for more information! 1220 MLK Jr Blvd. At the intersection of Homestead Rd. and MLK.
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 AWARE For All - Clinical Research Education Day      (Health and Safety)
Location: North Carolina Central University, H.M. Michaux School of Education, 712 Cecil Street, Durham
This is a FREE one-day public education workshop about the clinical research process to help attendees decide if participating in a clinical study is right for them. Doctors from Duke and UNC will explain the clinical research process, and will be available to answer questions. The event also includes free lunch; free screenings for HIV, Blood Glucose, Body Mass Index, Bone Density; and an informational handbook to take home. Stay the day and win a prize! For more information or to register, call toll free 1-877-633-4367. YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE by helping to advance medicine.
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 Vaiden Whitley High School Reunion Class of 69,70 and 71  7:00 pm     (High School Reunion)
Location: Hilton North Raleigh
Vaiden Whitley Class Reunion for Class of 69, 70 and 71. Cocktails start at 7:00 followed by dinner and dancing. Contact Charles Mitchell for details 919-427-6881 OR email at cwmllc1952@yahoo.com
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 Bluegrass Concert - Damascus Ridge  7:30pm    (Musical Performances)
Location: Garner Historic Auditorium
Whether you call it bluegrass gospel or gospel bluegrass, Damascus Ridge delivers the goods. Lead vocalist Frank King strums guitar, Joe Pessolano provides tenor vocals and mandolin along with guitar, banjo and bass, John Dudley adds baritone vocals and banjo, Tony Mullen plays dobro and Gary Richardson joins in on bass. All have years of expereince. All have dedicated their talents to their music ministry. Together, this talented quintet spreads the good news of the gospel.
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 National Hunting and Fishing Day Wildlife Expo  Noon - 5pm    (Outdoor Fun)
Location: Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education
FREE - Join the fun at the North Carolina Wildlife Commission's celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Day's Wildlife Expo. The Wildlife Expo is a family-oriented event with fun and educational hands-on activates including: outdoor cooking and survival, fishing at Lake Raleigh, fly-tying, archery and pellet gun ranges, live animal exhibits and more. Prize drawings for various lifetime Hunting and Fishing Licenses. Bring the family and learn lots of fun ways to enjoy the outdoors!
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 5th Annual Raleigh Jaycees Bowl-a-Thon  6:30 PM - 10:00 PM    (Sports)
Location: AMF Capital Lanes Bowling Center at 1827 Capital
Come join us for the 5th Annual Raleigh Jaycees Bowl-a-Thon to benefit the Wake County 4-H Sleep-Away Summer Camp program. The Bowl-a-Thon will be held Saturday, September 25 from 6:30-10pm at the AMF Capital Lanes Bowling Center. Gather you and up to 4 of your best friends, club members, crazy co-workers, church members or favorite family members. This event is for all ages! Each team will be assigned to their own lane. If you are not registered on a team, we can place you on a team. To register, pledge, or for more information, visit our website, http://raleighjaycees.org/bowlathon
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 Triangle Uncorked  2 p.m. - 6 p.m.    (Wine)
Location: Koka Booth Amphitheater at Regency Park
Pop a cork for a worthy cause at the sixth annual Triangle Uncorked on September 25th from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Koka Booth Amphitheater at Regency Park in Cary. The Triangle’s premier casual wine tasting benefits the Frankie Lemmon Foundation and the Rotary Club of North Raleigh children’s charities. Sample hundreds of the hottest wines from around the world and order your favorites at a 10 percent discount per bottle or 15% per case while listening to the live music of The Will McBride Group.
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Sunday, September 26, 2010
 Clean Sweep Sunday Sale  12 Noon-6 PM    (Charity)
Location: ReTails Thrift Shop-behind Red Lobster
50% off Storewide! 1608 North Market Drive Raleigh 27609. 100% of net profits are used to help the lowest income pet owners spay or neuter their pets through AnimalKind's program, THE $20 FIX. AnimalKind is a nonprofit with the mission of eliminating euthanasia of adoptable animals in the Triangle area and beyond. Shop to Stop Pet Overpopulation! 919-872-0019. . New Volunteers always welcome!
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 Joe McGee  9am, 11am & 6pm/Sept. 27- 10am & 7pm    (Miscellaneous)
Location: Victory Church 1250 Aversboro Rd. Garner
Joe presents some of the most entertaining yet practical and insightful teaching on the family available today. Packing more into one sermon than anyone you've ever met, Joe's insights into relationships will open up scriptural secrets and common-sense applications which will powerfully change your marriage, your family and your life.
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Tuesday, September 28, 2010
 Management Talent Fair   9am - 4pm    (Job Fair)
Location: Hyatt Place Raleigh-Durham Airport
Talent Fair Tuesday 9/28/10 9AM 4PM Hyatt Place Raleigh-Durham Airport 200 Airgate Drive Morrisville, NC 27560 Apply IN PERSON Bring your passion for fashion to today's Burlington Coat Factory and consider joining the management team of one of the largest off price retailers.
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 Donald Underwood Thompson Trio at the Wayne County Museum  7:00p.m.    (Musical Performances)
Location: Wayne County Museum in Goldsboro, North Carolina
Donald Underwood Thompson Trio will play for your listening pleasure September 28 at 7:00p.m.
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Thursday, September 30, 2010
 28th Annual Craft Creations  10am-2pm    (craft show)
Location: Quail Hollow Swim Club
Come shop for handmade items and baked goods done by 12 local crafters. No admission charge
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 Haunted Mordecai  5-10pm    (Halloween)
Location: Mordecai Historic Park
Haunted Trolley Tours: Oct 23, 29, & 30 in the evening. $10. Lantern Tours of the Mordecai House: Oct 30th 5-10pm. $5 Haunted Mordecai Free Festival: Enjoy Halloween themed fun including a kids' costume contest at 6pm and presentation by paranormal investigators NSPIR. Free
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