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The week ahead: Frozen Journey, Cask Fest

Posted November 23, 2015

Triangle Brewing Company Black Friday Cask Festival (Image from Facebook)

— Our picks to get you through this holiday week.


Sing along at Motorco's Flash Chorus tonight. The weekly event brings together all skill levels to sing the the best indie, retro and contemporary pop songs and create a music video. Admission is $7.

Ska band The Toasters play The Pour House in Raleigh tonight. Tickets are $12.


Get a great Thanksgiving dessert at the {{a href="event-3"}}Share the Pie{{/a}} event today and Wednesday at Edenton Street United Methodist Church. More than 30 local bakeries and restaurants have donated pies for purchase. Pies are $25 for one and $45 for two. All proceeds go to StepUp Ministry and Alliance Medical Ministry.

Also, Rocky Top Hospitality is partnering with A Place At The Table, a pay-what-you-can cafe coming to Hillsborough Street, by hosting a Seasonal Community Dinner tonight at 1705 Prime. Tickets are $40 with beer pairings and $30 for just dinner.


Take a break from preparing for Thanksgiving and enjoy A Frozen Journey with the North Carolina Symphony. The show will feature music from The Polar Express and Frozen. It starts at 3 p.m. at Meymandi Concert Hall. Tickets are $25.


Grab some skates and take to the ice at Raleigh Winterfest in downtown Raleigh. Admission is $10 and includes skates.

Help others and have a great meal and help others. Dine at Irregardless or Plates and a portion of the proceeds will go to Stop Hunger Now.


Triangle Brewing Company hosts its 9th annual Black Friday North Carolina Cask Festival starting at 4 p.m. Enjoy casks from 30 breweries and food truck cuisine. Advance tickets are $35 and tickets at the door are $45.

Downtown Fayetteville will celebrate A Dickens Holiday today with carriage rides, Father Christmas photos, holiday music carolers and more.

Check out our best bets calendar for more picks for this month.


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