Springmoor is

a fun-filled calendar

  • Jan 16
    3:00 pm
    New Series: The History of the United States at University Theater

    This video series explores the lives of immigrants in the United States during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The first presentation, shown at University Theater, includes two 30-minute episodes, titled “Living Bravely,” and “Spain, France and the Netherlands.”

  • Jan 16
    7:15 pm
    Springmoor Presents: Pianist, Bob Spaziano

    Take a short walk to the auditorium to enjoy a performance by Raleigh pianist Bob Spaziano, one of Springmoor’s favorite local musicians. Listening to his jaunty tunes will be a great way to spend an evening!

  • Jan 19
    7:00 pm
    North Carolina Symphony: Pop Series, The Music of Billy Joel

    Grammy- and Tony-nominated Michael Cavanaugh will join the North Carolina Symphony for a performance of “The Music of Billy Joel.” They’ll perform some of Joel’s biggest hits, including “She’s Got A Way,” “New York State of Mind,” and “Uptown Girl.”

  • Jan 22
    5:00 pm
    Out to Dinner at J. Alexander’s

    Gather your friends and spend a night enjoying a delicious meal at J. Alexander’s. This American restaurant is known for its wood-fired food, large menu, and great wine selections. Choose from prime rib, steaks, seafood, sandwiches or salads, and be sure to save room for dessert!

  • Jan 23
    3:00 pm
    New Series, The History of the United States at University Theater

    This event is the second in this series presentation that explores the lives of immigrants in the United States during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The presentation includes two 30-minute episodes, titled “Gentleman in the Wilderness” and “Radicals in the Wilderness.”

  • Jan 24
    7:15 pm
    Raleigh Little Theatre: Measure for Measure

    Enjoy a community production of the classic Shakespeare comedy, “Measure for Measure” at the Raleigh Little Theatre. This organization’s mission is to “enrich, educate, entertain and engage volunteers, students and audiences of all ages.” So join your neighbors and experience an evening of fun and entertainment!

  • Jan 25
    7:00 pm
    North Carolina Symphony: Classical Series, The Firebird

    Grammy winner Augustin Hadelich and the Sibelius Violin Concerto will join the North Carolina Symphony for an amazing performance of Stravinsky’s The Firebird at the Meymandi Concert Hall. You won’t want to miss this beautiful performance.

  • Jan 29
    9:30 am
    Tour of Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral

    Enjoy transportation provided by Springmoor to the Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral in Raleigh for a guided tour of this beautiful and sacred landmark. The tour will showcase both faith and architecture, and spark an appreciation for them both.

  • Jan 30
    3:00 pm
    New Series: The History of the United States at University Theater

    This event series at University Theater continues with the following two chapters in the story of 19th and 20th century immigrants coming to America, with episodes titled “Traders in the Wilderness” and “An Economy of Slaves.”

  • Jan 30
    7:15 pm
    Springmoor Presents: Pierre Charles L’Enfant With Dr. Elliot Engel

    Professor and award-winning author, Dr. Elliot Engel will deliver an exciting presentation about Pierre Charles L’Enfant, the French engineer and architect most known for planning the city of Washington, D.C. Dr. Engel is a Raleigh native, and has taught at the University of North Carolina, North Carolina State University and Duke University.