17th Year of Lebanese Festival, Saturday April 4
This article is written by Bearta Al-Chacar, Lebanese Festival Director. For more information, check out Triangle Lebanese Association. The Lebanese festival is like “Christmas or Eid” to the Lebanese in North Carolina. It’s not only a way to share our […]
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Reflections of a first timer’s experience at the Lebanese Festival
This is a guest post by Mandy Benter, a Research Assistant with the Project. She often writes community spotlights for the newsletters. This past Saturday, the Triangle Lebanese Association (TLA) may have held their 16th annual Lebanese Festival, but it was […]
Event tomorrow: Cedars in the Pines on the Plaza
TOMORROW Saturday, March 29, 11am-3pm Bicentennial Plaza, Downtown Raleigh As part of our commitment to educating the community of the history of Lebanese-Americans in North Carolina, the Project is hosting an outdoor festival of dance, food, and crafts with activities for […]
Upcoming Event: Cedars in the Pines on the Plaza
Cedars in the Pines on the Plaza Saturday, March 29, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. In collaboration with North Carolina Museum of History and co-sponsored by the Triangle Lebanese Association, the Project is proud to present a free event open to all ages. The […]
One of the highlights of the opening reception of Cedars in the Pines museum exhibit was the performance from the Triangle Lebanese Association’s Dabkeh troupe. The dancers infused the evening with so much energy and spirit and we are so grateful for […]
Details for Friday’s Opening
We are so delighted that so many of you will be joining us this Friday evening, February 21, 2014, to celebrate the opening of the museum exhibition, Cedars in the Pines: The Lebanese in North Carolina, 130 Years of History. Preliminary […]
International Festival this weekend
It’s that time again, for the International Festival of Raleigh held this weekend, October 4-6 at the Raleigh Convention Center. Here’s a helpful festival map. The Festival is presented by International Focus, Inc., a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization with the […]
Why celebrate the Lebanese festival?
This weekend marks the 15th annual Lebanese festival held in downtown Raleigh. The Triangle Lebanese Association has done a wonderful job promoting this event, so check out their website for details. The Khayrallah Program for Lebanese Studies will also have […]