Sock Hop To Benefit Alzheimers
Spring Arbor of Apex will hold their first annual Sock Hop to benefit Alzheimers North Carolina, Thursday March 20th, from 6 -9pm. The event will feature a dance contest, Best 50s-style dress, door prizes, food and more. For more information call 919-303-9990.
Indoor Composting Made Easy
Thursday, February 20, 6:30 p.m. Eva Perry Library, Apex. Lack of an outdoor space is not a barrier to composting. Learn how to go green with two methods for odorless, year-round composting with Bianca Howard, a community education specialist with the City of Raleigh. These informational sessions are about one …
Friday, March 14, 7-9pm, Halle Cultural Arts Center. $2/person or $5/family at the door. Traditional Dance Caller Connie Carringer will teach fun dances for the whole family: Squares, Circles, and more. No Experience Required. Everyone is welcome! Live music from local musicians.
Family Features: Magical Habitats
Sunday, March 23, 2–3 p.m., Crowder Park, Apex. Nature is full of magic! Learn what a habitat is and discover a few animals that call the park home. Then explore the enchanted side of the woods and build a fairy home. End the day by tasting a magical snack. For …
Peak City Exchange Club Meeting
The Peak City Exchange Club supports child abuse prevention and other community projects. The group meets the first and third Monday of each month in the loft at Anna’s Pizzeria downtown – 6:30PM. Everyone id welcome to attend.
TOPS Of Apex Meeting
Join the Take Off Pounds Sensibly Group every Monday at 7PM at New Horizons Fellowship, 820 E Williams Street. Call 919-345-7733 for information.
Apex Changes Emergency Alert System
The Town of Apex will discontinue use of the CodeRED notification system, effective September 26th, and will begin using the Wake County ReadyWake system. (CodeRED was the emergency calling system that called you in case of emergency). Residents who wish to continue receiving emergency notifications must register their contact information …
Fun For Dogs
The Town Of Apex Dog Park is now open – all fun loving, well-behaved dogs are invited to bring their owners to Apex’s first dog park! The new park is a fenced area located at Hunter Street Park that remains locked at all times. To access the park, you must …
Text Your Tips To Apex PD
Rather text than talk? The Apex Police department has started a new program – allowing you to text information to them if you notice anything suspicious or have knowledge of a crime. Using the “Text A Tip” program is simple – send your texts to 847411 and use the keyword …
The Apex Rotary Club meets every Thursday at 12:30 at Carrabba’s Grill, Haddon Hall Drive, Apex. The Rotary Club sponsors both community and International programs. Join us for our weekly meeting, or call 387-1040 for more information.