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May. 1st - Aug. 9th
Topgolf Summer Academy
Our Summer Academy is five days of non-stop entertainment and learning that kids will love. This program includes all of the components that make up the great game of golf. From chipping, putting and full swing, to the rules and etiquette, kids will learn everything they need to know to improve their game.
Each Academy is designed and taught by our golf professionals from Topgolf Coach in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. Summer Academy is staffed with a low student-to-instructor ratio to ensure each Junior Golfer receives in-depth, hands-on attention while he or she develops a winning golf swing.
Who: Children ages 6-12
When: 9:00AM - 12:00PM | Mon. - Fri.
Select your venue for exact dates.
Attire: Please dress comfortably for the weather and wear flat, closed-toe shoes.
No golf spikes, please.
Child Drop Off: 8:30AM - 9:00AM
Academy Begins: 9:00AM
Lunch: 11:00AM - 11:30AM
Please let us know at registration if your child has any food allergies.
Child Pick Up: 12:00PM - 12:15PM
Entry into the Academy
Topgolf Game Play and Golf Instruction
Lunch (Individually packaged for safety)
Certificate of Completion
Jun. 19th - Aug. 8th
June 19 - - Aug 8, 2021 (7 weeks except the Independent Day weekend)
1:30 pm Instrument class
2:30 pm Interactive Music Fundamentals
Saturday: Western instruments - Violin, Cello, Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Piano
Sunday: Chinese instruments - Erhu, Dizi, Pipa, Yangqin, Liuqin, Ruan, Sheng, Suona
Student Age: 7-14; Residency: San Francisco Bay Area
No age, date, instrument, and residency restrictions for one-on-one tuition lessons
Jul. 8th - 29th
Are you a fan of Japanese anime? If so, this is the class for you! Explore anime drawing in simple steps and develop your very own anime characters and stories! Anime art is a specialized field similar to cartoon drawing. Students will learn the essence of anime art and will recreate their favorite anime characters and design new ones. Perfect for ages 8-15.
Jul. 26th - 30th
Animation Live Virtual Camp. This Live! Virtual camp offers a unique
opportunity for students to explore the entire animation production process
from story idea to drawing or painting key frames and filler frames, capturing
frames and editing the final work. This program offers amazing opportunities
for hands-on multi-disciplinary creative and artistic expression. Participants will
explore fundamentals of art and video production and will apply those to class projects. Perfect for Ages 8 - 15.
The Victory Ride to Cure Cancer presented by Braswell Family Farms is a one-day charity cycling event hosted in Raleigh, NC. Riders can choose from 10-, 30-, 60-, or 100-mile routes and spin classes on ride day.
Prior to the event, riders can also participate in the MyVictory Month Virtual Experience from July 28th - August 28th and ride any time, and place and any wheels while participating in cycling and non-cycling competitions for friendly camaraderie.
100% of rider-raised funds benefits cancer research locally and throughout the U.S.
The V Foundation for Cancer Research looks forward to hosting the event at NC State University's Centennial Campus pending COVID guidelines. As always, the health and safety of everyone involved in the event is paramount and we will take necessary precautions per state and health officials.
For more information about the 2021 Victory Ride, visit thevictoryride.org.
Sep. 9th - Oct. 28th
Each THURSDAY night September 9 - October 28, bring your lawn chairs and blanket and come join us for LIVE in The District Music Series from 6:30 - 9 p.m. Enjoy free, LIVE performances from the best beach music artists in the state! Whether you want to sit, stand, or dance, we know you'll enjoy the beautiful weather, FREE fun, and LIVE music at our outdoor venue in front of B&B Theatres - Park West 14!
Sola Coffee Cafe, a family-owned neighborhood cafe in North Raleigh, has scheduled their 8th annual Sola Hot Mini 5K, presented by Storr Office Environments, Amelia Aesthetics and Lulu.com, to take place virtually and in-person on Saturday, September 18, 2021, at 8:30 a.m. This year's participants will be raising funds alongside Team Drea to support the Duke ALS Clinic in the fight to defeat ALS. Last year's virtual race was a record-breaking year for the event, raising over $94,000 with more than 940 virtual runners.
The Sola Hot Mini 5k was launched seven years ago to benefit wounded warriors. It is a deeply personal cause for Sola Coffee owner Jeanne Luther, whose father was wounded during the Korean War. In 2018, everything changed when Jeanne was diagnosed with ALS. Although it may not save her life, Jeanne decided to dedicate the race to ALS research and the hope that someday a cure will be found. All participants are encouraged to run, walk, donate or purchase an "I Believe in Jeanne" t-shirt.
This year, Andrea Peet will once again kick off the start of the race. Andrea Lytle Peet was diagnosed with ALS in 2014 at the age of 33. In eight months, she went from completing a 70.3-mile half Ironman triathlon to walking with a cane. Remarkably, she has continued to participate in races. She is now up to 30 states in her quest to be the first person with ALS to do a marathon in all 50 states.
To learn more or to register for the Sola Hot Mini 5K, please visit www.solahotmini5k.com. All proceeds benefit research to help cure ALS.