November is here, and the holidays are fast approaching. Whether you are looking for fun things to do with family during the Thanksgiving break or just weekend activities to create memories, Zebulon is the place to be. Check out these five family-friendly events near you this month.
CORRAL Riding Academy’s 10-Year Celebration
Do your kids love horses? Stop by on November 3 for the academy’s celebration of its 10-year anniversary. Witness riding demonstrations, take in the on-site music, go on hayrides, and get your face painted. Games will be available as well to keep kids and adults smiling.
Raleigh Arts’ Fall Arts Fair
Hosted by Raleigh Arts, the Fall Arts Fair has a new location this year at Fred Fletcher Park. Over 50 local artists will be present displaying their work. Plus, the fair will play host to live music, poetry, and delicious food trucks. The event starts at 10 a.m. on November 10 and lasts until 5 p.m.
St. Paul’s Arts and Crafts Festival
If you like art and also want to give to a worthy cause, consider driving a bit farther on November 10 to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Cary. Their Arts and Crafts Festival will feature artwork as well as jewelry, pottery, fiber art, and more. All proceeds go to help the needy in the local community.
Mistletoe Market Holiday Fair
Get into the holiday spirit and support local schools at the largest fundraiser for Wake Forest High School. The Mistletoe Market Holiday Fair takes place on November 10 and features vendors from across the state. Crafts, foods, and holiday merchandise will be spread across the whole school, and proceeds help fund the school’s programs. If families wish to bring canned goods, these donations will be sent to Tri-Area Ministries.
23rd Annual American Indian Heritage Celebration
Hosted by the North Carolina Museum of History, the 23rd annual American Indian Heritage Celebration will take place on November 17 from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The celebration is perfect for families and has been included on the Top 20 Events list by the Southeast Tourism Society. Expect to learn and have fun as you and your family listen to storytellers and musicians, partake of delicious traditional foods, and watch craft demonstrations and dance routines from members of all eight of North Carolina’s native tribes.
Looking for more fun things to do in the area? Check out our list of local attractions