February: Art & Broadway in Durham, NC

Third Fridays in Durham

ThirdFri_Dec-Feb2015Tonight, Friday February 19, is Third Friday in Durham, which means you get experience all of the great art Durham has to offer! Third Friday Durham is a monthly walkable arts event where art studios and galleries open their doors to the public for special exhibits, parties, and events. This gives you the opportunity to discover new artists and take home a special piece for your home here at Palladian Place.

Most of the venues feature complimentary snacks and beverages for your enjoyment while you take in the art and mingle with the who’s who of Durham’s art scene. There’s also live music from local artists, hands on exhibits where you can explore local art right where it’s made and sign up for classes! This is one of the coolest events in town, so head out tonight and see what it’s all about. For more information, visit 3rdfridaydurham.com.

Broadway’s The Lion King in Durham

114530.LK_.Misc_.20x24@300dpiFor more culture in the city, The Lion King is coming to Durham! If you’ve never had the chance to see the Broadway version of Disney’s The Lion King, you do not want to miss this production while it’s in here in Durham. As a resident of Palladian Place, you already know that Durham is one of the best places to live, but with the DPAC being the only stop in the southeast for The Lion King’s national tour, this is sure to bring a lot of attention to our beloved city and make this one hot ticket! Scheduled to be at the Durham Performing Arts Center now through March 20, this hit musical is sure to sell out quickly, so make sure to grab your tickets soon!

More Info: The Lion King has been captivating audiences both young and old since it made its Broadway appearance in 1997 and has won six Tony Awards, including Best Musical. It’s the third longest-running show, and you are sure to be amazing by its over-the-top costumes, characters, and sets. It’s an interactive experience that has to be seen to be believed, and it’s coming to Durham, NC! For ticket information, visit Ticketmaster.com.

January Events in Durham & the Triangle

Join us this month for some exciting events in Durham, NC! We know it’s cold, and you want to hibernate, but you’re going to miss out on some great times. If you’ve been searching for things to do as winter sets in, we’ve got you covered.

Tuesday, January 19, stop by our Food Truck Event! No need to figure out dinner plans – or even worse, cook for yourself. A delicious meal and great conversation are waiting for you at the Food Truck Event TODAY! Can’t wait to see you there!

348sFriday night, stop in for a tasting at Sam’s Bottle Shop. Tim from Starr Hill Brewery and Brian from Millennium Beverages will be doing a duel tasting this Friday, January 22 from 4 – 7pm. It’s a great way to relax after a long week of work this is definitely going to be a great event. At Palladian Place, we love Sam’s Bottle Shop and we know this is an event you don’t want to miss.

screen-shot-2014-01-15-at-8-15-28-amTriangle Restaurant Week is coming Monday, January 25 – Sunday, January 31. This is your chance to dine at some of the best restaurants in the area for special fixed pricing. $15 – $30 gets you a three course menu and no reservations, tickets, or passes are required. Another opportunity to not cook, plus you’re getting a great deal. Win-win.

Hope your January in Durham and the Triangle is warm and full of fun!

Post-Thanksgiving Fun in Durham

Once Thanksgiving winds down, and the leftovers are gone, you probably will be looking for a reason to get out of the house. Lucky for you, your friends at Palladian Place have just the thing! We know you love living in Durham, NC because of the fantastic entertainment, and that post-Thanksgiving cabin fever calls for some of the best Durham has to offer! Living at Palladian Place means you are conveniently located near many of Durham’s best attractions, so this weekend take advantage of your great location, and check out these amazing activities!

For Something Out of the Ordinary:

Introductory Fencing Class
Mid-South Fencer’s Club
Friday, November 27

Try something new by checking out a fencing class with a Mid-South staff member! They’ll give your a brief introduction that includes a tour of the facility, a lesson of the varieties of the Olympic weapons, and you’ll even get to try your hand with the sword! This free event is open to anyone ages 7 and up and families are welcome! To learn more contact them at 919.286.3100

For Burning Off that Holiday Meal:

Nature Walk
Little River Regional Park & Natural Area
Friday, November 27

Whether you love getting out and enjoying the beauty of Fall in Durham, NC, or you just need a reason to move after enjoying too much pie on Thanksgiving, this is the perfect event for you! Take advantage of the trails of Little River Park during some informal group walks. The walks are at a pace which allow for picture taking and enjoying the natural surroundings. Little River also provides some guide books and binoculars, so it makes for a great outing for friends and families. Call the park office at 919.732.5505 for more information.

For the Sports Fan:

Duke vs. North Carolina
Cameron Indoor Stadium
Saturday, November 28

This storied rivalry game is not to be missed! If you can’t get a ticket, be sure to find a television to get this heated match up! Last season Duke made it to the NCAA tournament for the 19th time in program history and Coach Jolene Nagel is looking to build upon last year’s success. If you’re looking for a place to watch the game, our 24 hour resident clubhouse social lounge featuring a kitchen lounge, game room with billiards table, and lounge seating is the perfect spot!

Durham has so much to offer, and Palladian Place is in heart of it all! You’re life is designed to be lived to the fullest and Palladian Place is designed for living.

Halloween Events in Durham

Halloween is quickly approaching and if you’re looking for ways to celebrate the season, we’re here with a list of pretty great activities right here in Durham, NC!

Xtreme Haunt- a Real Life Zombie Experience

Xtreme Park Adventures
October 16 -31
6pm – 12am

This is Halloween to the extreme! Live out your walking dead fantasies when you board military vehicles with mounted paintball guns and drive through the park to defend yourself from attacking zombies. The experience costs $30 includes the zombie ride, 100 paintballs and zombie target practice.

halloweenHallow-Eno at West Point on the Eno

West Point on the Eno
October 31
6pm- 9pm

Perfect for families and children, this Halloween event features campfire stories, songs, hayrides, treats, crafts, games, and face painting! Come out rain or shine and enjoy a fabulous Halloween event with the family!

laheader5Durham Ghost Tours

Every Friday & Saturday
Begins at 7:30pm

If you’re interested in local ghost stories, paranormal locations, folklore, and local history, you’ll want to take part in one of Durham’s ghost tours. The Durham Dark & Mysterious Ghost Walk is a family friendly 1.5 mile walking tour for adults and kids (age 8 and older) while the Durham Pub Crawl & Haunted Adventure is a 1 mile walking tour through downtown Durham visiting four bars and four haunted locations.

Living at Palladian Place puts you right in the heart of the action in Durham, NC! That’s one of the many reasons the Apartments at Palladian Place are designed for living!

Check Out the Durham Farmer’s Market

As fall is kicks off this Monday, don’t think your farmer’s market days are behind you. The Durham Farmer’s Market is open year round offering local, farm fresh food just a short drive from The Apartments at Palladian Place. Open on Wednesday’s from 3:30 – 6:30pm and Saturday’s from 8:00am – noon at the Pavilion at Durham Central Park in the heart of downtown Durham, the Durham Farmer’s Market is just one of the things that mFall events in DurhamFall events in Durhamakes Durham one of the best places to live!

Comprised of a community of farmer’s, growers, and crafters, the Durham Farmer’s Market is full of people selling handmade produce, goods, and foods, all from less than 70 miles away. With more than 50 vendors, you’re sure to find something you want, either for dinner, or for your home. With the weather getting cooler, this is the perfect place to find the ingredients for the healthy soup you’ve wanted to make, or for the decadent pumpkin desserts you’ve been pinning since summer! Stop by on a Saturday and you can pick up local meats, cheeses, eggs, and even grab fresh flowers or a potted plant to brighten up your apartment. Sounds like the makings of a great dinner party!

The Durham Farmer’s Market is located in the center of Durham, becoming a gathering place at Duhram Central Park. It’s one of the reason why we’re proud to be part of this community, because of the great people! The amazing vendors are providing local goods that are at their peak flavor, meaning you’re getting the fruits and vegetables that are the best around. Now that fall is here, stop by and pick up some local squash or greens and taste the difference! Can you imagine surprising your friends (or yourself) by baking a homemade apple pie with apples fresh from the farmer’s market?

For more information, or to grab some recipes for inspirations, visit www.durhamfarmersmarket.com.