By Natalie Sidel Orthodox Christian single people, while very much a part of our parishes, often find it difficult to be full participants when the traditional activities of the parish center around families, youth, and senior citizens.As a result, it is not easy for singles to meet and get to know one another.After a divorce, some people spiral into a deep depression.This is completely normal considering the pain and trauma associated with divorce and for those who experience it, it can seem like the end of their lives.Head to Triangle-area museums to learn about North Carolina's governors and view winning photographs from the 12th Annual "Wildlife in North Carolina" magazine photo competition, as well as clothing and mementos from the Miss North Carolina Scholarship Pageant. Raleigh, NC View map » Website » More information Captivating audiences across the country, “Dancing with the Stars: Live! Raleigh, NC 27610 View map » Sponsor: Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Telephone: 919-996-2760Contact Name: Stacie Hagwood Website » More information Explore the world of turtles and discover which species call Lake Crabtree home. Cost: Free Where: Lake Crabtree County Park1400 Aviation Parkway Morrisville, NC 27560 View map » Sponsor: Lake Crabtree County Park Telephone: 919-460-3355Contact Name: Carol Cunningham Website » More information Meet a staff member at the information desk to visit one of the museum galleries. Durham, NC 27707 View map » Sponsor: Durham Parks and Recreation Telephone: 919-560-1116Contact Name: Natalya Buckel Website » More information Participants develop their naturalist skills and understanding of local nature. Cary, NC View map » Telephone: 919-387-5980Website » More information Many animals are active around sunset or shortly after. Cost: Where: Wilkerson Nature Preserve5229 Awls Haven Dr.
One response to the plight of Orthodox singles came from a lady in our parish, herself a divorced single mother.
The evening concludes with a spectacular fireworks show.... Garner, NC View map » Website » More information Take the family for a grand fireworks display, food trucks and live music. Clair Website » More information Each year on July 4, North Carolina celebrates Free Fishing Day. Carrboro, NC 27510 View map » Website » More information Join George as he packs a picnic for the park, plays with friends, and climbs and swings in search of the perfect spot to watch the festivities. Cost: See website for fees Where: West Point on the Eno5101 N Roxboro Road Durham, NC 27712 View map » Website » More information Enjoy an Independence Day open house.
This is the one day of the year when anyone can fish in NC public waters without having a fishing license. Cost: Free Where: Lake Crabtree County Park1400 Aviation Parkway Morrisville, NC 27560 View map » Sponsor: Lake Crabtree County Park Telephone: 919-460-3355Contact Name: Carol Cunningham Website » More information Celebrate the nation's birthday with a flag raising, carnival games, inflatables, street performers and more. Apex, NC 27502 View map » Website » More information Take the family for kids' activities, live music, contests and more. at the Weaver Street Market lawn, followed by a kids parade to Town Hall at a.m. When his curiosity leads to commotion, can George... Costumed docents and re-enactors demonstrate various aspects of colonial life. Raleigh, NC 27601 View map » Website » More information Food-eating contests, street performers, a Kids Zone and more take center stage in downtown Raleigh along Fayetteville Street.
Kids 12 and younger can take part in Uncle Sam's Parade of Wheels at noon. Take part in hands-on activities such as writing with a quill pen or making rag... A grand fireworks display rounds out the fun at p.m. Cost: See website for fees Where: Motorco Music Hall723 Rigsbee Ave.
Cost: Free Where: Downtown Raleigh Fayetteville St. Durham, NC 27701 View map » Website » More information Celebrate America's birthday with a scavenger hunt, watermelon-eating and corn hole contests, magicians and a Ferris Wheel.
Different services include consultations, behavioral therapy, language therapy, occupational therapy, social groups, transition therapy and parent support groups.