This is my absolute favorite time of year. The weather
starts to cool down and the sun sets earlier.
It’s this time of year that I love eating outside for dinner and what
better place to do that then in North
This past Friday night, my family and I headed over to Village
Grill to enjoy dinner on the patio. We were pleasantly surprised to
discover that Lafayette
Village was holding a “Movie on the Green”. For the month of October, every
Friday night beginning at 7pm they feature an outdoor, family friendly movie.
Lots of locals had brought in blankets and chairs and spread out among the open
green space. There was a popcorn and ice cream stand and great views of the
movie from all of the restaurant patio areas. We were able to enjoy a great dinner
at Village Deli (loved the Tomato Capri Flatbread), run into some friends and
sit back with the kids and laugh at our favorite lines from Ghostbusters! It was so fantastic to
have accidentally stumbled upon such a great community gathering. The fun will
continue next Friday, October 24th, when the merchants offer their
own trick or treating from 5:30-7pm just before the movie begins. Don’t forget to also add to the calendar Lafayette Village’s
official tree lighting ceremony! The event runs from 4pm to 8pm on November 15th
with Santa Claus arriving to officially light the tree at the stroke of 7pm!
There will be carolers and lots of special deals held by all of the merchants. Keep checking back to Lafayette Village’s website
as it seems they’re always trying to come up with various community events and
give everyone yet another reason to head up to North Raleigh!
Author:Johnathan Stroud Phone: 919-443-0200 Dated: October 20th 2014 Views: 827 About Johnathan: Johnathan is a native of North Carolina and currently lives in North Raleigh. His ambitious and goal...
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