- Jul 25Cameron Village Shopping and Lunch
Cameron Village shopping center is a Raleigh tradition, woven into the lives of countless residents and visitors since 1949. With a variety of shops and restaurants to explore, each visit is a chance to celebrate what makes our community unique.
Bailey’s Fine Jewelry, The Antiques Emporium, Certain Things, Fab’rik, Kannon’s Clothing, Jos. A. Bank, Little Art Gallery, Moon and Lola, Palm Avenue and so much more.
We will have lunch at K & W Cafeteria.
Reservations are requested by Friday, July 21 at 9am
- Jul 25Springmoor Presents…One Tribe
They started off as a side project from local Raleigh gatherings. One Tribe has now taken shape into a journey of musical exploration. Creating not only traditional rhythms, but extending out into multi-cultural landscapes.
Multiple people, multiple personalities, multiple instruments…One Purpose…Unity.
North Village Auditorium
- Jul 26Tomatoes, Tomatoes, Tomatoes
Hosted by The Wake County Master Gardeners. The North Carolina Extension Master Gardener program began in New Hanover County in 1979. The train-the-trainer program cultivates volunteers through hands-on experience in horticulture, leadership, public speaking, community development, and teaching.
North Village Auditorium
- Jul 27Summer Pool Party
Relax, splash, swim, enjoy refreshments and music by the pool!
1:30 – 2:30 Join the fitness staff for a sample of the three levels of Aquatic Fitness Classes
2:30 – 3:30 Alex Weiss & Different Drum perform
Alex Weiss & Different Drum
Led by multi instrumentalist, world traveler and music educator Alex Weiss, Different Drum bridges the sounds of Africa and the Americas. Since 1992 this versatile ensemble has been performing at events, festivals and schools throughout the Carolina’s and beyond.
“….this is not your run-of-the-mill jazz ensemble. There is something almost primitive in these works calling forth that being inside us that wants to leap and dance. The many subtle and not so subtle rhythms that the group incorporates adds a magnetic, hypnotic siren song that invites the listener into the music.” (Alan R Hall, Chapel Hill News)
- Jul 28Dream Big 3D: Engineering Our World
This is the first film of its kind for IMAX and giant screen theatres that will transform how we think about engineering. From the world’s tallest buildings to underwater robots and a solar car race across Australia, Dream Big celebrates the human ingenuity behind engineering marvels big and small, and shows how engineers push the limits of innovation in unexpected and amazing ways. With its inspiring stories of human grit and aspiration, and extraordinary visuals for the world’s largest screens, Dream Big reveals the compassion and creativity that drive engineers to create better lives for people and a more sustainable future for us all.
Caffé Luna is well known for serving Italian cuisine with a Tuscan flair.
After having worked in NYC for over 20 years as a top wine salesman for one of the largest distributors in the country, Parker Kennedy not only became an expert on Italian cuisine and fine wines, but also became fluent in the language. In 1996 Parker Kennedy moved back to his hometown, Raleigh, with his wife, Nicole to pursue a life long dream …open an Italian restaurant. Parker’s dream came true on April 30, 1996 when Caffé Luna opened its doors.
Reservations are requested by Wednesday, July 26 at 9am
- Jul 29Fused Glass Workshop
Residents will learn a new fused glass technique to create jewelry pieces that will surprise even the maker, as you never know what the final piece will look like, until the every end.
North Village Craft Room near the Breezeway
Reservations are requested by Thursday, July 27 at 9am
- Jul 31Raleigh Travel Series – Downtown Historic Churches
Parker Call, our favorite Raleigh Historian, takes us on a grand adventure of downtown Raleigh. Today she will entertain and educate us on the history and tales of the area churches. She always has something new to share along the way. This is always everyone’s favorite trip each month.
Edenton Street United Methodist Church, First Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church, Christ Church, St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Church of the Good Shepard and Sacred Heart Cathedral are all within a few blocks of each other and she will certainly have a little history to share about each one.
Reservations were taken in May as this trip was rescheduled from last month
- Jul 31Pilates Class
Pilates classes build strength, flexibility and lean muscle tone with an emphasis on lengthening the body and aligning the spine, rather than on bulking and shortening the muscles. Because of its core focus, Pilates is popular not only in the field of fitness, but also in rehabilitation. It can be used to progress individuals through movements that represent their day-to-day activities. The focus on strengthening the core and improving postural awareness are especially well indicated for the alleviation and prevention of back, neck and joint pain.
Pilates isn’t the type of workout where you leave feeling tired and disheveled. Instead you will leave with increased energy levels, a clear, focused mindset and a body that feels strong and in control having been through a challenging workout.
North Village Exercise Room