Things to do in the Triangle this March – March brings the beginning of spring to the Triangle. Plan your March 2023 with this list of wonderful things to do this month in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and the surrounding areas.
Things to do in the Triangle this March
March 4: Durham Bulls FanFest
Kick off the 2023 season with a chance to play catch in the outfield. On March 4th from 5 – 7:30pm at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. You can also take a photo with Wool E. Bull, Ripken the Bat Dog, and the Bulls Championship trophies. Free admission tickets must be reserved prior to the event at: http://bit.ly/3xDeb4m
March 10-12 & 17-19: Kids Every Wear Sale
Our Kids EveryWEAR Sale features kids’ clothing and children’s shoes and accessories, toys, infant equipment, indoor and outdoor play equipment, books, and nursery furniture. Located at South Hills Mall & Plaza in Raleigh. Tickets are required for entry, more info can be found here: https://kidseverywear.com/ke/index.php/shoppers/shop-for-a-cause
March 11: Raleigh St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Enjoy the Raleigh St. Patrick’s Day Parade, starting at 10am. It will begin on North Wilmington Street and head through downtown, ending at the convention center. The parade will be rain or shine and can be watched live on ABC11.
March 12: Bull City Food & Beer Experience
The 10th annual Bull City Food and Beer Experience featuring 30 triangle restaurants paired with breweries will be spread throughout the 3 floors at the DPAC. This event is a fundraiser for the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle. Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.dpacnc.com/events/detail/bullcity-2023
March 15 – 19: Art in Bloom
This is a perennial favorite and cannot miss event at The North Carolina Museum of Art. Art in Bloom displays the stunning creativity of floral designers who interpret works of art in the Museum collection. More information can be found here: https://ncartmuseum.org/series/art-in-bloom-presented-by-pnc/
March 19: Tobacco Road Marathon & Half Marathon
The Tobacco Road Marathon features over 20 miles of the American Tobacco Trail (ATT). Both races start and finish at the USA Baseball/Thomas Brooks Park in Cary. More information here: https://tobaccoroadmarathon.com/
March 23: National Puppy Day at Moore Square
Celebrate National Puppy Day at Moore Square with pet-themed vendors, dog adoptions, an on-site dog park, dog contests with prices, and the movie “Best in Show” at 7pm.
March 25: NC State College of Veterinary Medicine Open House
NC State College of Veterinary Medicine opens its doors to the public for an open house Saturday, March 25, from 9am to 3pm. You can tour the hospital, attend the teddy bear clinic, tour labs & classrooms, and meet cows, chickens, horses, turkeys, goats & pigs at the event. More information here: https://cvm.ncsu.edu/outreach/open-house/
March 25: Spring Fling
The Town of Holly Springs offers a morning filled with games and activities for the whole family. Numerous vendor games, inflatables, and activities. Say hello to the Easter bunny and get a photo taken. Find more information here: https://www.hollyspringsnc.us/360/Spring-Fling
Through April 9: Lumino City Festival
Now Open at Raleigh’s Pulled Park, LuminoCity Festival brings 10 acres of light and art installations that loop around the lake. Children can also ride on the Carousel or the LuminoCity Dino Ride. Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.luminocityfestival.com/
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