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HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES AND TOES . . . Remember These Words?

HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES AND TOES . . . Remember These Words?

Today, it's not just about football, basketball, soccer, track and field, or even swimming — it's about the 7,868,900 high schoolers, the 480,000 NCAA players, and the 9,200 professional athletes who are at risk of injury each year!

This Saturday is the 25th annual BoBfest - Regional Gathering of Amateur Astronomers!

This Saturday is the 25th annual BoBfest - Regional Gathering of Amateur Astronomers!

The Catawba Valley Astronomy Club, along with the Catawba Science Center, the Cleveland County Astronomical Society, and Hickory Public Library will be hosting "BoBfest" for the first time on February 18th, 2017!

ASK THE EXPERTS! CONSERVATION ASSISTANCE DAY at the NC Museum of History

ASK THE EXPERTS! CONSERVATION ASSISTANCE DAY at the NC Museum of History

This rare opportunity is being offered by the third-most-visited state history museum in the nation. Mark your calendar for this FREE event Friday, February 17, 9:30 a.m.–4 p.m.

Tryon Palace Garden Lecture Series features All About Roses

Tryon Palace Garden Lecture Series features All About Roses

The Rose Lecture kicks off a week-long series of events at Tryon Palace. 

Kick Off Black History Month at the 16th Annual  African American Cultural Celebration

Kick Off Black History Month at the 16th Annual African American Cultural Celebration

This festive and educational event for all ages will take place Saturday, January 28, from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in downtown Raleigh.

New Planetarium to Open at Discovery Place Nature on Saturday, January 14, 2017

New Planetarium to Open at Discovery Place Nature on Saturday, January 14, 2017

Grand opening celebration will offer hourly sky shows on new digital projector system.

Riverbanks Prepares to Grow by Two Feet

Riverbanks Prepares to Grow by Two Feet

Zoo Anticipates the Birth of its First Baby Gorilla

Carowinds’ County Fair Construction Update

Carowinds’ County Fair Construction Update

Carowinds construction is ahead of schedule. Many new exciting changes are coming in 2017! 

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