May Happenings in The Triangle

MAY HAPPENINGS WORTH A TRIP
Apex PeakFest (5/6) brings all-day live music, arts and crafts, food and tons of family-friendly entertainment to downtown Apex. DETAILS

Downtown Raleigh’s Halifax Mall will host the Capital Cricket Classic (5/6), showcasing the sport of cricket with eight teams participating in seven knockout matches in a full day of fun with food and other festivities. DETAILS

Herbfest (5/6) features plant and craft booths, live butterfly releases, kids’ activities, food trucks, a bake sale and more in Cary. DETAILS

Out! Raleigh (5/6), a celebration of the LGBT community and its allies, will be an inclusive, family-friendly event in downtown Raleigh. More than 50,000 people are expected to take in the live music, local vendors and artists, a beer garden and the KidsZone. DETAILS

The Downtown Raleigh Food Truck Rodeo (5/7) returns with nearly a half-mile of food trucks lining Fayetteville St., serving everything from ice cream sundaes to buttery lobster rolls. DETAILS

Carolina Ballet closes out the 2016-2017 season with Carmen (5/18-21), the story of a woman who captures the hearts and souls of the men who love her. DETAILS

Artsplosure – The Raleigh Arts Festival (5/19-21) gathers nearly 200 artists and craftspeople to exhibit original works of art in 10 different categories across downtown Raleigh. Food trucks, art installations and tons of live music highlight a weekend of visual and performing arts. DETAILS

Animazement (5/26-28), celebrating popular Japanese visual culture, takes over the Raleigh Convention Center on Memorial Day weekend with cultural demos, guest panels, concerts and more. DETAILS
The admission-free, family-oriented WRAL Freedom Balloon Fest (5/26-29) returns to Fuquay-Varina. 30+ hot air balloons will take part in mass ascensions and “glows,” and lots of food and field games will be on hand. DETAILS

About Joann Samelko, REALTOR®

Hi, I’m Joann and it is my pleasure to serve your real estate needs. I am a Licensed Realtor and have been Licensed as a Broker since 2002.

My business focus is on helping buyers and sellers with their real estate needs and goals. I enjoy working with first time homebuyers, people relocating to the area, individuals making a change in their lives, and of course, my former clients and friends.

My Designations include the ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), ASP (Accredited Staging Professional), CRS (Certified Residential Specialist), GRI (Graduate of the Realtor Institute) and SRES (Seniors Real Estate Specialist).

In addition to working with buyers and sellers I am also the Director of Relocation for Northside Realty.

Prior to becoming a Realtor, my background includes over 20 years of sales and sales management experience in the corporate world.

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