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The week ahead: Community service, Oaks & Spokes

Posted April 7, 2014

Cyclists in the Raleigh Tweed Ride prepare to move at the intersection of Franklin and Person St. Saturday afternoon

— National Volunteer Week, a bike festival in Raleigh and several beer dinners in conjunction with NC Beer Month are happening this week.

Monday

The Oaks & Spokes Festival continues in Raleigh with a bike-in movie at the City of Raleigh Museum. It's free, but guests should reserve their seats in advance.

Sitti and Triangle Brewing Company are teaming up for a four-course beer dinner this evening. Tickets are $40.

Do some good in the community with Activate Good's National Volunteer Week. Beginning today at the ReTails Thrift Shop, there are volunteer opportunities every day this week focusing on different aspects of the community.

Tuesday

Popular singer Miley Cyrus performs this evening at PNC Arena in Raleigh. Tickets start at $39.50.

Another Oaks & Spokes event is today. Join fellow cyclists for a casual ride around downtown Raleigh followed by drink specials at Benelux Cafe.

Wednesday

Get fit and have fun with a free fitness class in downtown Raleigh. Shape Up Downtown will take place in City Plaza at 6 p.m.

Deep River Brewing Company collaborated with Busy Bee in Raleigh for a five-course beer dinner this evening. Tickets are $50.

Thursday

Head to the Museum of Life and Science for Cocktails & Cosmonauts. Learn about space, test your engineering skills and sip delicious drinks from local restaurants and distilleries. Tickets are $15 for museum members and $18 for the general public.

ORO is hosting a four-course beer dinner featuring Lonerider Brewing Company this evening. Tickets are $45.

Friday

Crank Arm Brewing Company is the site of a bike-a-thon for charity. Crank for a Cause will raise funds for the American Diabetes Association. Come to cheer on the cyclists, hear live music and enjoy great beer.

Comedian Demetri Martin performs at the Carolina Theatre of Durham this evening. Tickets start at $37.

Check back on Thursday for our weekend Best Bets.

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