Spring is finally here and it is time to get out of the house and do something fun. We did a little checking and here are some of the top things to do in Raleigh during April, 2017. Theatre Aida Presented by the St. Thomas More Academy Theater Department Dates: March 30 – April 8 Time: Thursday, Friday and Saturday 7 pm Location: St. Thomas More Academy, 3109 Spring Forest Rd Admission: Students $6 and Adults $8 The Mousetrap A classic Agatha Christie murder mystery with plenty of twists and tricks. Directed by Tim Wiest. Date: March 31 – April 9 Time: Thursday – Saturday 7:30 p.m. and Sunday 3 pm Location: Cary Arts Center, Cary Admission: Adults $20, Seniors/Students: $18 Concerts All-4-One Remember the group when you were a kid? They sang the popular songs “So Much in Love,” “I Swear,” and “I Can Love You Like That.” Date: April 28 Time: 7:30 pm Location: Holly Springs Cultural Center Admission: Adults $43; Seniors $37; Students $16 Balsam Range Straight out of Haywood, NC, this bluegrass and acoustic group won the 2014 International Bluegrass Music Association Entertainer of the Year award. Date: April 21 Time: 7:30 pm Location: Cary Arts Center Admission: Adults $26; Seniors (55+) $24; Friends and Family 4-Pack $88 Big Sean A live performance by rapper Big Sean as part of his “I Decided” tour. Date: April 16 Time: 8 pm Location: The Ritz Admission: $45 Red Hot Chili Peppers Date: April 15 Time: 8 pm Location: PNC Arena, N.C. State University Admission: $49 – $99 Poison Date: April 28 Time: 7:30 pm Location: Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek Admission: $25 – $75 There are over 228 events scheduled in the Raleigh area during the month of April. If you want to see the whole list – including restaurants that offer live entertainment – then make sure you click on this link. Sports NHL Carolina Hurricanes Check out this link for the dates and teams that will be playing this month. Time: Starts 7 – 7:30 pm Location: PNC Arena, NC State University Admission: $25 to $290 Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll Raleigh Marathon Come and watch, or better yet, participate in Raleigh’s award-winning marathon and half marathon. There are two days of activities to choose from. Date: April 1 – 2 Time: Saturday 8 am – Noon; Sunday 7 am – Noon Location: Downtown Raleigh Admission: 5K $45; Half Marathon $89; Full Marathon $99 Events LCINC Presents Evening of Hope Gala The Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina is hosting their 10th annual Evening of Hope Gala. Attendees are encouraged to dress in 1920’s attire. The event includes dinner, drinks, silent and live auctions, and live music from the Carolina Moondogs. Black tie optional. Date: April 1 Time: 5:30 – 11 pm Location: North Ridge Country Club Admission: $125; Free for lung cancer survivors Beer & Bacon Fest 10 Bacons from all over the USA, 15 Restaurants and 75 Craft Beers Date: April 8 Time: 12 pm – 6 pm Location: Koka Booth Amphitheatre Admission: $49 In Advance; $79 Day of the Event Family Children’s Day Festival of Cary Bring the kids and enjoy dance, music, and crafts as you celebrate the diversity of children. Date: April 22 Times: 11 am – 5 pm Location: Sertoma Amphitheatre Admission: Free Science Saturday: A Journey through the Universe Explore the history of the universe with presenter Savan Kharel of Yale University. Date: Time: 1 – 2 pm Location: Downtown Raleigh Admission: Free There is so much going on in Raleigh that we could never include it all. These are just the highlights. We didn’t even touch the number of bands and music performances that will be held in a variety of different restaurants and pubs. If you would like a complete list, check out VisitRaleigh.com. Share this:

Google Fiber Has Gone Live in the Greater Raleigh Area! Are You Ready to Cut the Time Warner Cord Like We Are?

If you have been waiting anxiously for Google Fiber to come to Raleigh, the wait just got a little shorter. The Triangle will be Google’s new fiberhood – an area that has been grouped first for the city. Google Fiber designates areas to be within a fiberhood and then extends out to create new ones. What is a fiberhood? It’s basically a designated area within a city where fiber optic cables are run and available as another option for internet, cable and phone. The connection is up to 1,000 megabits per second with very fast downloads. Unlimited data is available as well as no contracts or rental fees.
Currently, there are options for just internet, an internet and TV bundle and also the option for a phone and streaming entertainment services as an add-on. Bundles are less than $200 and Internet is less than $100.
Google first worked with city leaders to explore the infrastructure of the Triangle and how to best bring the service to the area. Then, they planned and designed the layout from scratch of where to build based on several different amenity lines. Thousands of miles of fiber optic cables were then laid.
As a property owner in the Triangle, imagine being able to add this service to your list of amenities for your property! This is a great opportunity to stand out among the crowd by offering the brand new Google Fiber to your property offering. This is especially great for multi-family buildings. If you are considering adding a great new feature to your building, check out this option Google Fiber offers.
Sign ups for the Triangle are underway now! Get on board to be one of the first to use Google Fiber in your city. Installation will be coming very soon! To sign up for Google Fiber in the Triangle area of Raleigh, go to this website.

 

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