If you live in an apartment in Raleigh, NC you can enjoy all types of holiday fun this week around town. Festivities begin with the lighting of luminaries and musical performances on the Capitol grounds. The Governor and First Lady will light the state Christmas Tree during the traditional ceremony on the south plaza. After the ceremony, visitors are invited inside the Capitol for an open house to take in the decorations. The Junior Woman’s Club of Raleigh will host a holiday festival featuring music and children’s activities on Union Square, in the museums, and on Bicentennial Plaza.
The Capital City Clauses will hold the 21st Annual Jingle Ball at Marbles Kids Museum from 6:30-10:30 p.m. This event is always so much fun and it helps raise money and collect toys for The Salvation Army's Christmas Cheer program. Just bring a new, unwrapped toy valued at $20 or more or $30 cash or check to get in.
Get into the holiday spirit with "A Christmas Carol" starring Ira David Wood III. The show plays Raleigh Memorial Auditorium through Sunday and then the DPAC Dec. 18-21.
The Governor and First Lady will light the state Christmas Tree during a ceremony at the State Capitol. After, visitors will be invited inside the Capitol for an open house. Also, the Junior Woman's Club of Raleigh will hold a holiday festival featuring music and children's activities on Union Square, in museums and at Bicentennial Plaza. The fun starts at 5 p.m.
Vivian Howard, star of PBS' "A Chef's Life" and owner of Chef and the Farmer in Kinston, will be at Southern Season in Chapel Hill for to do cooking demos, sign autographs and meet with fans. She will be there from noon to 3 p.m. and will also be chatting about her line of gift baskets for the store.