If you are interested in attending the game, tickets can be purchased HERE.
Interested in the Raleigh International Festival and volunteering the Canada Booth? We are looking for Canadians to take shifts hosting the Canada Booth during the three days of the festival on October 26-28 . Each volunteer will be given a pass that grants them free access to everything the festival has to offer before or after their shift on the day they are volunteering.
You will find details and instructions on how to register for a shift HERE.
If you have questions, send us an email via the CONTACT US page!
Join us on Third Thursday for a pint, a bite or just plain Canadian camaraderie and networking!
WHEN: July 19
WHERE: Carolina Ale House, Brier Creek
EVENT: Pay your own tab
Thanks for registering using our Eventbrite page! It helps the Ale House get us the perfect spot for our group. If your plans suddenly change and you can’t join us as anticipated, please let us know!
Seventy-two Canadians mingled, drank Molson, ate poutine and Canada Day cake, answered trivia questions and sweated profusely at today’s Canada Day Cake and Trivia event! A million thanks to staff at Sammy’s for hosting us on the patio on this hot summer day (38 Celsius) and providing us with Canadian treats and lots of water. We loved the bilingual sign at the door!
Additional thanks to Royal Bank of Canada, Winnipeg Jets, Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta and private individuals for donating freebies used as raffle and trivia prizes. A big thank you to Susana, Ian, Shesha and Caroline for making it all happen.
Enjoy the pics and stay cool!
A Canadian rock and roll / country and western band from Toronto, Ontario, The Sadies will be playing at Sarah P. Duke Gardens on Wednesday, June 27 at 7 pm.
Versatile and imaginative, they skip from astral psychedelia to shuffling bucolics and leap from puckish pop to righteous garage-rock without losing momentum or mastery. They’ve worked with a veritable roots-rock hall of fame, whether backing Neko Case for years, supporting Neil Young during a tribute to The Band, or joining X’s Jon Doe or Jon Spencer for full-length collaborations. But their albums, released since 2002 by North Carolina’s own Yep Roc, deliver masterclasses on pointed songwriting, lockstep harmonies, and a devil-may-care attitude to expectations and past successes.
Excerpt from the Duke Performances website
Tickets for Music in the Gardens: The Sadies can be purchased here: https://dukeperformances.duke.edu/events/music-in-the-gardens-the-sadies/