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Weekend best bets: Dine Out Downtown and more socially distanced fun

We have your guide to fun this first weekend in November.

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RALEIGH, N.C. — We have your guide to fun this first weekend in November.
Get ready for a new holiday tradition - The pandemic may keep a lot of public holiday events from taking place this year, and that's why WRAL is so excited to announce a collaboration with the City of Raleigh for a brand new holiday tradition at Dorothea Dix Park. Get details about the first ever Nights of Lights Drive-Thru Light Show and how you can get tickets.
Dine Out Downtown: Glenwood South - Two blocks of Glenwood Avenue from West Jones to West North streets will be closed on Saturday for extended outdoor dining. Local restaurants will be offering extended dining for people to enjoy dishes outside. There will also be live music.
Go explore Wake Forest - Check out our favorite picks for a fun day trip in Wake Forest. They have some great bakeries, ice cream shops and breweries.
Help the homeless this November - For the month of November, STIR in North Hills will be donating a percentage of its proceeds to a local nonprofit.
Downtown Apex Autumn Adventure (Historic Downtown Apex) - Registered participants will find clues posted at windows of participating stores along Salem Street, crack the codes (if they're able!) and submit their answers online for a chance to win prize packs from local vendors.
Cook Like the Pros with one of these recipes - With more people cooking at home, we asked some chefs to share some easy recipes with us.
Baking Spirits Bright: A Gingerbread Making Class Series - Learn how to make Gingerbread Houses at-home with a three-part series featuring All-Star Chefs & Competition Judges (including celebrity chef, Carla Hall).

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