Triangle events to add to your daybook:
Market at The Times
6 p.m.-1 a.m. Friday; Morning Times, 10 E. Hargett St., Raleigh; free; 919-836-1204
While you’re rambling around downtown on First Friday, check out the Morning Times Market (the first Friday evening of each month) for the local artisans, live music, entertainment and local craft beer.
Raleigh Seafood Festival
11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday-Sunday; Pullen Park, 508 Ashe Ave., Raleigh; $5/day, $8.50/two days; raleighseafoodfestival.com
Raleigh’s first seafood festival promises a feast of delicious seafood from the Carolinas’ coastline cooked up by local vendors. You’ll also get music from local bands, arts and crafts exhibits and “all you can eat” blue crabs eating sessions.
Durham food trucks
Noon-4 p.m. Sunday; Central Park, 501 Foster St., Durham; durhamcentralpark.org
Durham’s last food truck rodeo of the summer will have 50 of your favorite local food trucks and live music from local bands. Habitat for Humanity Durham is also bringing mini playhouses for the kids.
9-11:30 a.m. Monday; Little River Regional Park, 301 Little River Park Way, Rougemont; free; 919-732-5505
This fall nature walk, exploring trails of the Little River Park, is a great alternative to working on Labor Day. The walks are led by park staff at a pace that allows for photographing and enjoying the surroundings.
10 a.m. Monday; Raleigh City Cemetery, 17 S. East St.; free; rccpreservation.org
Local historian Betsy Shaw leads this annual tour of graves of early Raleigh residents buried at the Raleigh City Cemetery. Meet at the East Street entrance of the park.