One of the many reasons so many people love this area is that there is so much to do! So many family and kid-friendly things to do, places to go, and areas to see.
Here's what's going on this weekend in the Raleigh area:
Apex Farmers Market July 25th 8:30am - 12:30pm As a local producers' market, the vendors generally farm or produce their goods within 100 miles of our market, with the exceptions being items that are not available within that radius. It is their privilege to provide our customers with fresh, local homegrown organic and conventional fruits and vegetables, pastured and sustainably farmed chicken, beef and pork, fresh farm eggs, baked goods, honey, cheeses, jams and preserves, sauces, salsas, and other artisan food products, along with a variety of crafts.
Family Fun Day at Knight Play Golf Center July 25th 9am - Noon The First Tee of the Triangle impacts the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.
Kids Exchange Consignment Sale July 25-26th 9am - 5pm You’ve heard about this awesome event where parents can buy gently used items for their kids at a fraction of the cost of buying new. Now it’s your turn to SHOP the Kids Exchange and experience it for yourself. Please bring a friend, spread the word and get ready to have the best shopping experience of the season!
Paddle the Pond July 25th 11am - Noon After basic instruction, explore the pond's many features by canoe. Canoes, paddles and life jackets provided. Ages 5 and older with adult.
Diesel & Ice Cream July 25th Tickets are available for the Diesel, Steam & Ice Creamevent on Saturday, July 25. Enjoy two generous scoops of ice cream and toppings for free with the purchase of a train ticket. Click herefor more event information.
Princess Breakfast July 25th 10am - Noon Wear a princess costume to enjoy a fairy-tale breakfast. Purchase tickets online; tickets will not be sold at the door. (TICKET SALES ENDING SOON!!)
Waverly Farmers Market July 25th 9am - 1pm The Waverly Farmers’ Market is part of LOCAL at Waverly Place, which is the backdrop ever Saturday to all that our amazing community has to offer. From local musicians, to charities, to community performance groups, you can always expect something fun and exciting during LOCAL!
Guest Star Science July 25th 2-4pm Guest star scientist Randy Bechtel and find out why geology rocks! Explore rocks and fossils, and go on a rock hunt around the museum. At Marbles!
Plantation Park Food Truck Rodeo July 25th 11am - 4pm Enjoy the luscious taste of peaches with special treats in the market. Plus a food truck rodeo! Sarge’s Chef on Wheels, Chick-N-Que, Stuft, La Farm Bakery and Sonny’s Southern Chicken, Shrimp & Fish Fry are just some of the trucks which will be at this special market from 11am to 4pm.
Chow Down on Chatham Street July 26th 5pm - 9:30pm Come to downtown Cary on July 26 from 5-9:30 p.m. for the Town’s Chatham Street Chowdown which will be held along Chatham Street between Walker Street and Harrison Avenue. In addition to food, there will be a beer and wine garden and seating. Live entertainment will include Raleigh’s Scarlet who will perform from 5-6:45 p.m.; this four-member band featuring music from the 80s and 90s has been called “Raleigh’s premier dance and rock cover band.” Apex-based Peak City Sound will play from 7:30-9:30; this 14-member band with its horn section, bass, drum, keyboards and guitar plays feel-good tunes from beach music to Motown to Margaritaville. Both groups will be on stage at the intersection of Chatham and Walker Streets.
Concert: Rascal Flatts July 26th 7:30pm Rascal Flatts performs live at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre as part of the Country Megaticket 2015 with special guests RaeLynn and Scotty McCreery.
When it comes to providing the utmost in personal service to his clients, Peter Kima is on the cutting edge. This family man's demanding work ethic was passed on from his parents. His mother, a first generation German-American, forged a new life in a strange country. His father, who has not missed a day of work since 1972, led by example. Peter does not rest until he's done everything in his power to help you achieve your goals. As a husband and a father, his understanding of the importance of a family's home is reflected in his every move.
When Peter is not helping one of his clients, he can be found volunteering his time running a charity Lobster Bingo event, cooking burgers at the local Fire Station to benefit the children in the community, delivering dictionaries to every 3rd grade student in Wake County with his Kiwanis Club, collecting school supplies for the needy, or ringing the bell for the Salvation Army. His favorite pastime, however, is spending time with his wife, Jennifer, and their two sons, Cole (12) and Camden (9 going on 20!).
Peter has resided in Germany, California, Georgia, Indiana, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Oregon and Vermont. Having lived in North Carolina for over 10 years, Peter refers to North Carolina as home. Don't underestimate the value of Peter's moving experience. He and his team understand the rigors involved in making a family move. Rely on that experience to help you.
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"Kristine and I would like to extend a sincere "thank you" for all your efforts in our home buying experience. During this entire experience we have come to look at you as more of a "friend" than just our real estate agent. The way you followed through with both written and verbal commitments is an honorable trait that you should be proud of. It makes us feel good to know that there are agents that go the extra mile like you have done for us. "