Triangle events to add to your daybook:
Boo-st your Halloween
Through Monday; Venues across the Triangle; nando.com/halloween2016
There’s other Halloween stuff to do in addition to all the trick-or-treating and the dozens of haunted houses and corn mazes and pumpkin-picking patches. Check out our list.
Kart for charity
Noon-midnight Friday; Rush Hour Karting, 5335 Raynor Road, Garner; rushhourkarting.com
Doing something to help others has never been this fun. All the proceeds from this go-kart benefit will go to the American Red Cross to assist with Hurricane Matthew recovery.
Friday-Sunday; Green Button Farm, 9623 N. Roxboro Road, Durham; $25-$250; ncbbqrevival.com
This inaugural event celebrating wood-smoked, whole hog barbecue kicks off with a dinner Friday evening and resumes Saturday morning with classes, a lunch, a farm walk and dinner. On Sunday, there’s a BBQ Church, pig pickin’ and picnic.
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday; Sugg Farm Park, 2401 Grigsby Ave., Holly Springs; free; hollyspringsnc.us/356/HollyFest
There’s a lot going on at this annual community celebration: arts and crafts vendors, Cornhole Cup 2016 and delicious food. Plus, games, inflatables and rides for the kids.
7-9 p.m. Saturday; Moore Square, 200 S. Blount St., Raleigh; free; nando.com/zombie2016
This family- and pet-friendly event lets you shuffle and moan around downtown in your finest zombie makeup. Or if you’d rather be a zombie snack, slap some red duct tape on your back – and run! After-party at London Bridge Pub.
Food Truck Rodeo
Noon-4 p.m. Sunday; Durham Central Park, 501 Foster St., Durham; durhamcentralpark.org
Bring a blanket or chair to the Triangle’s original food truck rodeo and enjoy an afternoon of diverse food options, live music from The Swang Brothers and crafts for the kids.