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Saint Patrick's Day 

On a day where anyone can be Irish, the City of Raleigh sees some of its largest crowds. People come from near and far to enjoy the parade which will be starting roughly about 10 o'clock and ending around 11:30. From there the rest of the day can be celebrated at various block parties around the city. This is a family friendly parade and the group organizing it has provided a FAQ about the event.

Here is an interactive map of the route:
                                                   

As mentioned the parade is not the only event  of the day.  Raleigh's Iconic Irish pub, Hibernian will host its annual block party
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Annual Christmas Parade

With 65,000 people expected to turn out, one of Raleigh’s most popular events is the televised Christmas Parade. This tradition has been hosted by the Greater Raleigh Merchants Association since 1940.  Shop Local Raleigh is an extension of the GRMA and is a partner in presenting the parade. ABC News 11 is sponsoring the parade and the event is televised.
 





The parade starts at 9:30 am at the corner of St Marys and Hillsborough St. and works its way around the Capital to Fayetteville St. The influx of people to the downtown area does create traffic and significant delays. Give yourself plenty of time
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Fall Fair Fun

October is the guaranteed heralder of: all things pumpkin, my birthday, and the NC State Fair.  One of the biggest events in Raleigh is its State Fair as it attracts over one million people from the city and surrounding areas. Opening night, is October 17th and runs through the 27th. With nightly firework displays and all the indulgent food you could possibly think of, the NC State Fair is a must on your fall Bucket list.

No one here in the Live Raleigh office is a fan of the rides at the fair. One of us gets queasy on anything but the Ferris wheel - the other has a paralyzing fear of heights, but don’t let our reservations hold
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Navigating Hopscotch 10

A crown jewel in the Raleigh music scene, Hopscotch Music Festival is on its way to celebrating its 10th year in the City of Oaks. For many, this is not their first time in enjoying the festivities, but as the Festival grows and newcomers set out for their first Hopscotch experiences, taking in all of the action might seem a little daunting.

With music that slaps around every corner, a game plan might be necessary. A local and long-time veteran of the festival, Lauren Morris shared with us her tips for a maximizing one’s Hopscotch experience.  The first recommendation is about attire. “Wear light clothes

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