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10 Things to Do in Raleigh This Week, Jan. 13–19

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Whether you want to get out and about and hit a museum exhibit or find your Zen through a yoga class, there’s something for everyone to do in Raleigh this week.

THROUGH 1/23
ALPHONSE MUCHA: ART NOUVEAU VISIONARY

NCMA’s Alphonse Mucha: Art Nouveau Visionary celebrates the Mucha Trust Collection’s first major U.S. tour in 20 years and features an array of posters, illustrations and ornamental objects, plus rarely seen sculpture, photographs and self-portraits—as well as additional works that influenced Mucha, one of the most celebrated artists in Paris at the turn of the 20th century. ncartmuseum.org

1/13, ONGOING
LATIN DANCE NIGHT

Dance like nobody’s watching during Rhythm + Shine Dance Company’s Latin Dance Night at Transfer Co. Food Hall every even Tuesday and Thursday of the month. Arriba! transfercofoodhall.com

1/14, ONGOING
RETRO FILM SERIES

Nostalgia has entered the chat. Carolina Theatre’s weekly film series brings your fave childhood classics back to the big screen. carolinatheatre.org

1/15
CHILI COOKOFF

Is it chili in here, or is it just us? If you think you have the best chili in all of Raleigh, bring yours to Crafty for its Chili Cook-Off on Saturday. May the best chili win! craftybeerwinespirits.com 

1/15
CELEBRATION OF LIFE

It’s time to celebrate—for a good cause, of course. Kimberly Touch, a nonprofit that assists cancer patients in Wake and surrounding counties who are actively in treatment with emotional and financial support, is hosting its first fundraiser of the year complete with entertainment, a silent auction and raffle, dinner, and photos. kimberlytouch.org

1/15–2/27
POP-UP MUSEUM AT DIX PARK

Dix Park Conservancy’s Pop-Up Museum at the Dix Park All Faiths Chapel features two exhibits: We Built This: Profiles of Black Architects & Builders in North Carolina and From Plantation to Park: The Story of Dix Hill. Come early for an opening reception (11am–2pm) for a performance by Grammy-nominated musician Pierce Freelon. dixpark.org

1/16
JO KOY: FUNNY IS FUNNY WORLD TOUR

From Las Vegas coffee houses to sold-out shows in Radio City Music Hall, Chelsea Lately alum Jo Koy has earned his comedic reputation fair and square with largely relatable—and hilarious—stand-up comedy. dukeenergycenterraleigh.com

1/16
ROOFTOP YOGA

Uplift your yoga game and get bendy against the Raleigh skyline backdrop with this yoga flow sesh on the rooftop terrace of The Willard. thewillardraleigh.com

1/17
DREAM BIG BOOK DRIVE AND COMMUNITY CELEBRATION

Looks like you’re booked come Monday, as Book Harvest is hosting its 11th annual book drive on MLK Jr. Day at Durham Central Bark. Community members are invited to bring new and/or gently used children’s books to donate, as well as enjoy free popcorn, poems written in real time by the Poetry Fox, crafts and activities, and more. bookharvest.org

1/17
KING DAY

“I have a dream…” John Chavis Memorial Park is celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday with history, a scavenger hunt and children’s crafts. raleighnc.gov

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