Take Five Triangle events to add to your daybook

Take Five: Triangle events to add to your daybook

From staff reportsJuly 3, 2014 

Grass Cats in Bull City

Catch some live foot-stomping fiddle and banjo music when the local bluegrass band The Grass Cats play Southpoint’s Music on the Main series.

6-9 p.m. Saturday; Cinema Circle, Streets at Southpoint, 6910 Fayetteville Road, Durham; Free; streetsatsouthpoint.com

Festival for the Eno

The 35th festival features more than 70 acts on four stages, including Hackensaw Boys, the Beast, Morning Brigade, South Carolina Broadcasters and others. There’s also a beer garden, craft artists and activities for kids – all in support of protecting the Eno River.

10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday and Saturday; West Point on the Eno, 5101 N. Roxboro Road, Durham; $20/day or $30/two-day pass; enoriver.org

O, mountain bog

Dr. Jeff Wilcox (UNC-Asheville) lays down some North Carolina mountain wetland knowledge at the next Science Talks event. Learn about endangered and threatened species and supporting these mountain ecosystems.

11 a.m. Saturday; N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences, Nature Research Center, 11 W. Jones St., Raleigh; Free; naturalsciences.org

Drill with the Canes

Let the kids play around in the Canes inflatable slap shot booth and practice like pros in a “skills and drills” zone. Carolina Hurricanes staff members will be on-hand with tips.

1-3 p.m. Tuesday; Marbles Kids Museum, 201 E. Hargett St., Raleigh; Free with $5 admission; marbleskidsmuseum.org

Raise a ruckus

The “Raisin’ a Ruckus” country music series features shows every Wednesday night in July. First up, Southbound 85. Other shows have the Johnny Orr Band, Amanda Daughtry and Johnny Folsom 4.

5:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday; Booth Amphitheatre, 8003 Regency Pkwy., Cary; $5; boothamphitheatre.com

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