Here's your Bull City Top 5 -- Lots of events and happenings to explore in Durham, NC heading into 2018. Enjoy all that the Bull City has to offer this July!
Festival for the Eno
Wednesday, July 4th, 2018 & Saturday, July 7th, 2018// 10am-6pm// West Point on the Eno City Park// $18
Kick your Independence Day off with a SPLASH on the Eno River! With a large assortment of food and drink vendors, 70 bands, and all types of goods from local craft artists, the 39th annual festival aims to help raise awareness and funds for the Eno River. If you can’t make it on July 4th, don’t fret because the festival will be open on July 7th too! Buy tickets here!
Mural Bike Tour
July 7th, 2018// Leaving from Durham Central Park
Take a tour of bull city bike style. Hop on two wheels and get a tour of the awesome murals that make Durham so unique! For more info click here!
Chefs for Change: Chef Phoebe Lawless
July 9th, 2018// The Rickhouse
If you want to show your love for the Bull City, while enjoying a fine dining experience, this event is for you! “Chefs for Change is a fundraising dinner series that pairs the burgeoning Durham food scene with the needs of families experiencing homelessness.
Phoebe Lawless was the owner and chef of Scratch Bakery. The James Beard semifinalist now owns The Lakewood, which serves an American cuisine with a focus on seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients. Chef Lawless will make sure you are well fed, with three or more courses! Sign up here!
PickleFest Durham 2018
July 15th, 2018// The Rickhouse
Pickles, pickles, pickles, and more pickles! Sample pickle-flavored foods and drinks all day from restaurants around the triangle! The proceeds raised will benefit the Durham Central Park. Buy tickets here!
Yappy Hour Workout
July 20th, 2018// Barley Labs
We can’t think of a better friend to workout with than your dog! Enjoy this Thrive Alive class together and make sure to stay afterwards for beer, wine, and Barley Labs homemade dog treats! Sign up here!