Arts & Culture

Weekend: Durham Bulls Fan Fest, Raleigh’s Toast to the Triangle and more

At Durham Bulls Fan Fest, fans can take batting practice, play catch on the field, tour DBAP and snag selfies with Wool E. Bull Saturday at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
At Durham Bulls Fan Fest, fans can take batting practice, play catch on the field, tour DBAP and snag selfies with Wool E. Bull Saturday at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. tlong@newsobserver.com

Triangle events to add to your daybook:

Asbury Short Films

5-9 p.m. Friday; N.C. Museum of History, 5 E. Edenton St., Raleigh; $14; ncmuseumofhistory.org

New York City’s longest running touring exhibit of award winning short films stops in Raleigh for a show that includes live music and craft beer.

Let them entertain you

7 p.m. Friday; Durham Performing Arts Center, 123 Vivian St., Durham; $12-$35; dpacnc.com

“An Evening of Entertainment” is a professionally choreographed musical featuring hundreds of talented Durham Public School students. The event raises money for scholarships for DPS seniors.

For Bulls fans

11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday; Durham Bulls Athletic Park, 409 Blackwell St., Durham; free; nando.com/bullsfanfest2017

At Durham Bulls Fan Fest, fans can take batting practice, play catch on the field, tour DBAP and snag selfies with Wool E. Bull.

For bull jumpers

7:30 p.m. Saturday; PNC Arena, 1400 Edwards Mill Road, Raleigh; $18-$75; thepncarena.com

Cinch World’s Toughest Rodeo features bull-riding, saddle bronc-riding, women’s barrel-racing and for the first time in Raleigh, bull-jumping. Some young contestants from the Triangle even compete.

Toast to the Triangle

6-8:30 p.m. Sunday; McKimmon Center, 1101 Gorman St., Raleigh; $80-$150; toasttothetriangle.org

This longtime charitable tradition has more than 30 restaurants, bakeries and beverage providers from around the Triangle serving delicious treats for sampling. There’s also a silent auction and raffle. Proceeds benefit the Tammy Lynn Memorial Foundation.

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