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This edition is sponsored by Raleigh Convergence
Ready to experience a truly local cocktail and the stories behind the ingredients?

With our upcoming event, Making Raleigh: The Local Cocktail, from Raleigh Convergence x Watts & Ward, guest will experience a tasting of locally-sourced cocktails. 

The talented purveyors behind the bar at Watts & Ward will use local fruit and herbs with local ingredients like Raleigh-based Crude Bitters and Triangle-based Durham Distillery's spirits to create three local cocktails for the tasting that's included in your ticket price. 

While you taste these local beverages, you'll learn about the stories behind the products and behind Watts & Ward, one of Raleigh's favorite cocktail bars.

About the series: Making Raleigh is a new event series from Raleigh Convergence highlighting uniquely local craft, places, food and drink.
 
Making Raleigh is a new way to explore our shared home and the people, ideas and products that make it the place we love.

With our first event, Making Raleigh: The Local Cocktail, from Raleigh Convergence x Watts & Ward, guests will get an exclusive look at one of Raleigh’s favorite cocktail bars with a locally-sourced cocktail menu and stories from behind the bar. 

Limited tickets remain for this intimate event. We hope to see you there!

Making Raleigh: The Local Cocktail, from Raleigh Convergence x Watts & Ward

When: Thursday, March 5. Event at 7 p.m., doors at 6:40 p.m.

Tickets: $30 on Eventbrite, also inclusive of hors d'oeuvres.
Get your tickets!
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We're so sure Friday sponsorships will work for your event that we're putting it on special. [get the sponsorship kit]
Ways to celebrate local ideas, arts, communities and events this week:

FRIDAYPoems & Sake with your Valentine. Take your Valentine to Heirloom Brew Shop for this event and have a poet write about your love. $40, multiple seatings. Your ticket includes sparkling sake or sparkling tea service and honey+milk toast with black sesame ice cream. [tickets]

FRIDAY: Silent Disco Valentine's Day Party. Whether you're single or coupled up, you can dance the night away at Raleigh Beer Garden. 10 p.m. [info]

SATURDAY: Yoga on the Patio. $10 drop in for yoga on the patio of Boxcar Arcade and Bar, 11 a.m. [register]


SUNDAY: Celebrating Nina Simone. A film followed by a musical performance about the North Carolina-born legend, 2-3:30 p.m. at the Richard B. Harrison Library. Registration requested. [register]
💗 The Raleigh Convergence's ideas for your free time? Please forward this to a friend!
📅 NEXT WEEK & BEYOND: 

Plan on these events coming up later in the month and further out.

FEB. 22: Flannels & Frost. [info]

FEB. 22: North Carolina Museum of History Young Associates Masquerade Gala. [tickets]


FEB. 23: WINi 2020. [tickets]

FEB. 23: Hummingbird's Mardi Gras Seafood Boil. [tickets]

MARCH 5: Making Raleigh: The Local Cocktail, from Raleigh Convergence x Watts & Ward. [tickets]

MARCH 12: "Meet Me There" by Triangle Innovation Hub. [register]

MARCH 19-22: Art in Bloom 2020. [info]

MARCH 29: Brunch Moore Market. [info]

Highlighted items are events organized by Raleigh Convergence.
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