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Phillips Farm Strawberry Festival and More Stuff to Do in Raleigh This Weekend

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This weekend we are soaking in the sun and enjoying some good company. Whether you’re looking to learn a new skill or try a new beer, we’ve got your weekend plans covered! Here are a few of our favorite things to do in Raleigh this weekend!

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It’s strawberry season! Ring in the harvest with Phillips Farm’s Strawberry Festival. Take advantage of their Farmer’s Market plus a few berry special bonuses. Enjoy live music, local beers, and food trucks! And if that wasn’t enough, there’s a strawberry eating content! So you better start practicing now!

Busy Saturday? Don’t worry the fun is going all weekend. Check out the Sunday session here!

Event Details
🗓 MAY 15 | 9AM–3PM
📍 6701 Good Hope Church Rd

Apex Night Market Phillips Farm Strawberry Festival And More Stuff To Do In Raleigh This Weekend 2022

2. Apex Night Market

Hidden behind the old Donkey and Mule exchange in the peak of good living, this night market is not to be missed! Come out for a family friendly night of shopping, drinking, and snacking. With over 20 vendors, there’s something for everyone! When you’re finished with your shopping head downtown to grab dinner from any of the great restaurants along Salem Street!

Event Details
🗓 MAY 13 | 6PM–9PM
📍 Apex Farmer’s Market

Bella Ruth Workshop Phillips Farm Strawberry Festival And More Stuff To Do In Raleigh This Weekend 2022

3. Macramé Plant Hangers - with Bella Ruth Co.

Looking for a fun night out with the squad? Check out this macramé class! Learn to make your own trendy plant hanger from Kat McDaniel, the local macramé queen. Each participant will receive the macramé cords, choice of terracotta pot, and the cutest plants! And if you don’t have a green thumb, request a mason jar with florals instead! And what fun is a night out with drinks and snacks? Joy Worthy Co. will be bringing the goods for you to snack and sip on!

Event Details
🗓 MAY 15 | 2PM–4PM
📍 216 East Lenoir St

Pop Up Market Phillips Farm Strawberry Festival And More Stuff To Do In Raleigh This Weekend 2022

4. Pop-Up Raleigh May 16th Market

Who doesn’t need a little vintage in their life? This rain or shine market is full of vintage clothing and accessories, Raleigh swag, local art, and small batch goods! Shop through the market and then grab lunch from the food truck and a beer from Trophy! There’s plenty of outdoor space perfect for hanging out and relaxing! Sounds like the perfect Saturday to us!

Event Details
🗓 MAY 16 | 12PM–5PM
📍 656 Maywood Ave

Food trucks, live music, and local brews, what more could you want? The Glass Jug Beer Lab will be slinging local brews from favorites like Burial, Barrel Culture, Casita, and of course The Glass Jug Beer Lab. Discover your new favorite NC beer! Bring blankets and chairs or hang out at one of the set up tables while snacking on food from Cockadoodlemoo and listening to some of the best local blues groups. We guarantee you’ll be tapping along to the rhythm!

This event is sure to sell out so purchase your ticket today!

Event Details
🗓 MAY 15 | 4PM–8PM
📍 5410 NC-55 Suite V

More Things To Do In Raleigh This Weekend

(05/12) Wellness Wednesday with Mega

(05/12) Power Yoga (Virtual)

(05/12) Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp at Durham Bulls

(05/14) Rescue Dogs and Catering Gourmet Wieners at Gizmo

(05/15) Hands-On Cake and Cupcake Decorating Class (Parents and Kids)

If you’re looking for more things to do in Raleigh this weekend, check out our website and make sure to tag us in your photos (@StuffToDoInRaleigh)!

Anna Brescia

Anna Brescia

Anna is a blogger for UNATION and author of the Stuff to Do in Orlando City Guide. For more insight on the best events and things to do in the Orlando area, download the UNATION app and follow @StufftoDoinOrlando on Instagram and Facebook.

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