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Raleigh’s International Food Festival

City Plaza

Saturday June 8, 12-10 p.m.


This event will be a celebration of Raleigh’s diversity through food, dancing, drinks and more. It is open to all ages and is meant to be enjoyed by families and friends.

Southern Cooking, High and Low: A Short History of the Cuisine of the South

North Carolina Museum of History

Monday, June 3, 6 p.m.


John Beck, historian and author of “Southern Culture: An Introduction” will be talking about the history of southern cuisine. Go to the North Carolina Museum of History to learn about where southern traditions come from and the paths that the cuisine is taking for the future.

VAE & Legends Nightclub Presents: Prom 80s Candyland

Legends Nightclub

Saturday, June 8, 7-10 p.m.



VAE Raleigh and Legends Nightclub is hosting an '80s Candyland-themed prom night at the Legends Nightclub. Wear your best '80s apparel or your “sweetest candy duds” for a night of fun. Proceeds go to the Visual Art Exchange to help local upcoming artists. You must order tickets prior to the event!

Spreading Jam: A Focus on Invasive Species

Neptune’s Parlour

Wednesday, June 5, 9 p.m. Doors open at 8 p.m.

$8-10, sliding scale at the door

This event is a music and dance interpretation on the relationships that humans have with invasive species in the environments. Frank/ie Consent, Cal Fish and Spiral Leidig will each be presenting their own audio performances.