Submitted by Melissa Howsam — Correspondent
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RAW RALEIGH PRESENTS TRANSLATIONS: Get your local art on with RAW Raleigh's collaborative hand-picked local-artist showcase, the biggest collection of artists in one local venue ... featuring a film-screening, musical performance, fashion show, art gallery, performance art and a select hairstylist and makeup artist. Where: Lincoln Theatre, Raleigh. When: Wednesday, 8 p.m. $15 presale, $20, at the door. | More info
JUNCTION SALON AND HEADBANDS OF HOPE CHARITY EVENT: Do your 'do or, rather, let the pros do it and feel good, too, as Junction Salon & Bar partners with Headbands of Hope for a unique charity event. Get 50% off a blowout or pinup style with the purchase of a headband. A portion of the event proceeds will be donated to St. Baldrick's (charity for childhood cancer), as well as a dollar of each band purchase, with an additional headband donated to a child suffering from cancer. It's a win-win. Where: Junction Salon & Bar, Raleigh. When: Sat., 3 to 11 p.m. | More inofo
DANCES WITH DEAR NATURE: Join Code f.a.d. Company as they present their new work, "dances with Dear Nature," created in complement to Artspace's current Gallery 2 exhibit. A Q&A with Code f.a.d. director Autumn Mist Belk and participating "Dear Nature" artist Natalie Abrams will follow the performance. Where: Artspace, Raleigh. When: Wednesday, 7 to 8:30 p.m. Free. | More info
8TH ANNUAL FALL HARVEST CELEBRATION: Fall is clearly in the air at the annual family-friendly celebration, featuring costumed corn-grinding tours of Yates Mill, a kids' scavenger hunt, live music, dance, story-telling, community showcases, hand-craft demos and sales, antique rides, farm-tool showcases, food vendors and so much more. Where: Historic Yates Mill County Park, Raleigh. When: Saturday, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Free. | More info
9TH ANNUAL CAPITAL CITY BIKEFEST: "All makes, all models, all weekend." Raleigh roars at the city's largest fam-friendly fest (last year seeing over 100K attendees) featuring bikes (obv), live music (20 bands, 2 stages including 12-year-old rock star Brooks Paul, fronting his adult band rock on). Word is she-hoss Juli Moody will aim to hold back four racing Harley's. Seeing is believing. Plus, stunt shows and specialty rides aplenty. If you can't get enough chopper fun, head to the neighboring South Saunders dealership for a myriad of related activities throughout the weekend. Last year's fest raised upwards of $8K for local nonprofits USO-NC and NC National Guard. Where: Fayetteville Street, Raleigh. When: Friday to Sunday. Free. | More info