Event Rental Services in Holly Springs

One-Hour Art Class for One, Two, or Four at Art Bar (Up to 55% Off)

Art Bar


Sip wine or craft beer while creating a unique artwork based on the evening’s theme

$50 $29

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$66 for $120 Worth of Event-Space Rental — Choice Co-Working Space

Choice Co-working Space


Three-hour rental of our event space for 20 to 30 people. We offer a convenient, central Raleigh location.

$120 $66

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BYOB Painting Party for One, Two, or Four at Whidbee Wine & Design (Up to 59% Off)

Whidbee Wine & Design

North Hills

Instructors provide paint, canvases, and brushes along with a step-by-step process of recreating the featured artwork

$50 $22

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$279 for One Month of Wedding Planning and Guidance from Cork And Vine Events ($650 Value)

Cork And Vine Events

Research Triangle Park

A skilled planner reviews vendor contracts, helps with bookings, and provides guidance on etiquette for brides- and grooms-to-be

$650 $279

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Robot-Building Workshop for One, or One-Year Membership at Robotics and Innovation (44% Off)

Robotics & Innovation

Wake Forest

Kids build a robot and learn how to program it to navigate a maze, then play “close shave”

$45 $25

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180-Minute Photo Booth Package from Steven Tilton Photography: A Picture to Remember (45% Off)

A Picture To Remember

Wake Forest

Spacious 10x10 ft photobooth with a 23" touchscreen system, DSLR camera setup, enormous selection of props, and an on-site attendant

$600 $330

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5 or 10 Open-Play Sessions at FunFusion (53% Off)



Kids frolic on inflatables with slides and ladders or play with toys and games

$42.50 $20

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Wedding Package or Full Wedding Package from Created Just For You (Up to 59% Off)

Created Just For You

Downtown Fayetteville

Wedding planners coordinate the big event with unlimited contact, provide flowers for the bridal party, and keep track of important details

$850 $399

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$69 for a One-Hour Event Space Rental at Ma'ati Spa ($150 Value)

Ma'ati Spa

Downtown Winston-Salem

Groups of up to 100 spread out throughout the spa's open floor and into its expansive outdoor patio for parties, receptions, and meetings

$150 $69

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Select Local Merchants

In November 2010, AnnMarie DiMaio purchased a small brickyard nestled in the midst of undulating farmlands with a dream to remodel the property in honor of her late mother and father. Drawing inspiration from her Italian heritage, AnnMarie modeled The Villa DiMaio after a Tuscan villa replete with tiled floors, Tiffany-style lighting, and walls covered in authentic Mona Lisas. The culinary-arts graduate specializes in wedding- and corporate-catering services and opens her picturesque villa to the public for a family-style Sunday brunch that marries Italian and southern cuisines. The facility’s covered wraparound veranda and rustic brick-and-stone courtyard pair meals with panoramic views of the landscaped grounds and decorative waterfalls.

345 West Dora Street

Voted a favorite place for party services by Carolina Parent readers from 2010-2013, Bounce U welcomes kids to descend upon an inflatable, climate-controlled playground where they can bounce and ricochet in safety. Along with birthday parties and group outings, Bounce U hosts open-bounce sessions that let sock wearers of all ages imagine they're synchronized leapers in a futuristic moon performance as they carom around the inflatable stadium, expending energy with every leap. Adults are welcome to act like 8-year-olds and join the vivacious youngsters in the playground.

The inflatable arena also opens its buoyant doors to technology-themed bounce camps and programs, where boys and girls spend half their time with brain-bolstering projects such as creating their own stop-motion animation movies or reprogramming the remote to skip all news channels. After stretching the limits of their imaginations, kids then spend the other half of the day stretching the limits of their limbs on the inflatable playground.

3419 Apex Peakway

BTC Photo Booth NC's booths are nothing if not spacious—their current record for number of guests squeezed into a photo stands at 16. The booths—which require an area of 10'x10'—are outfitted with DSLR cameras and touchscreen displays, printing strips of four photos instantly after each group finishes their shoot. Fun-causing options include boxes of props or a green screen, allowing party guests to pretend they are within feet of a roaring dinosaur or a vicious seal. Though the booths are self-service, one or two technicians accompany the machines to set up, break down, and keep the memories flowing.

2114 Reunion Woods Trail

In the rural community where photographer Rusty Worden grew up, locals were fond of urging one another to "cowboy up." Ever the sparkplug, Worden coined the phrase "rocker down" as a light-hearted way of expressing his own individuality. He lent the name to his business, RockerDown Studios, where he works to channel that same independent spirit into helping clients express themselves during in-studio and on-location photo shoots.

RockerDown Studios boasts a 1,500-square-foot space, complete with sets, props, and backdrops that add life to family portraits, maternity photos, and graduation pictures. Worden also packs up his kit and travels to wedding ceremonies in order to shoot video footage and snap candid photos of the bride, groom, and guests during the festivities. He also offers design service for businesses and extends some co-op studio time to photographers in need of space and chameleons that like basking on green screens.

1185 W Chatham St

Starving artists can still create masterpieces on a budget thanks to Phil O'Donoghue and Kenneth Marshall. This duo opened Kuttin Edge Studios—a space where people can bring their ideas to life. Their full-size recording booth and control room equip bands and soloists with keyboards, drums, and a horde of screaming girls. While ears revel in crisp, clean sound, eyes relish photos and films made with industry-standard lighting and high-resolution cinematic cameras. Graphic designers create logos and album covers, and web designers assemble mobile-friendly sites. All of these services include assistance from industry professionals, who keep business needs and aesthetic preferences in mind.

203 North Harrison Avenue

Property Location
Located in Raleigh, Holiday Inn Raleigh Crabtree Valley is convenient to Crabtree Valley Mall and North Hills Shopping Center. This hotel is within close proximity of North Carolina Museum of Art and Meredith College.

Make yourself at home in one of the 176 air-conditioned guestrooms. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as direct-dial phones with voice mail.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreational opportunities offered, including a health club, an outdoor pool, and a sauna. Guests can catch a ride to nearby destinations on the complimentary area shuttle.

At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, business services, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided at no charge.

4100 Glenwood Ave