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  • Ken's Korny Corn Maze
    Spanning 10 acres, the fall-themed fun at Ken's Korny Corn Maze is more than just 2.5 miles of mazes to explore. A whole host of activities aims to keep the entire family entertained, whether playing a game of checkers made with gourds for pieces, or taking on a round of mini-golf against a resident scarecrow. Open Friday through Sunday for the fall season, brave visitors are also invited to bring along or rent a flashlight to explore the maze after dark.
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    3175 BENSON RD
    GARNER, NC US
  • Falls River Music
    The dedicated musicians at Falls River Music help students create beautiful notes during private weekly music instruction with a brigade of professional instruments. During 30-minute drum, guitar, violin, bass, or trumpet lessons, children or adults work toward personal goals, such as learning how to read music or mastering solos that erase “Freebird” from minds. Falls River Music provides instruments for use during classes, which, though not required, students may rent for home practice at an additional cost. When not practicing their tuneful arts, musicians can send in their stringed instruments for expert repairs or test out new sounds plucked from the shop's large selection of acoustic and electric guitars, amplifiers, and effects pedals. Falls River Music offers a 14-day trial period after purchase of new equipment, encouraging musicians to fully explore their new sonic possibilities before declaring themselves satisfied. The musical menagerie also hosts a full coffee bar and lounge area, where parents may relax during children's lessons. Falls River Music also allows intermediate-level students to put their skills to use each Saturday at 1:30 pm at a two-hour jam session ($10/hour), which may include performances or recording with other musicians and note aficionados.
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    10930 Raven Ridge Road
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Red Hill General Store
    Red Hill General Store's 4,200-square-foot showroom boasts an extensive and eclectic selection of items ranging from sodas and snacks to garden tools and quality apparel. In the housewares section, visitors can peruse everything from turkey frying kits ($73.99) to playful decorations for hanging on the dog. The lawn and garden aisle presents shoppers with a delightful outdoor thermometer ($8.99+), galvanized pail and colored buckets ($.79+), and enough beans in bulk, from yellow and black eyed to pinto and garbanzo ($2.49/lb), to get green thumbs excited about huge springtime beanstalks. The store also spreads out a selection of apparel, with brand-name items from Carhartt, OshKosh B'Gosh, and Columbia to keep bodies clad.
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    1141 Falls River Avenue
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Savory Spice Shop
    Four hundred herbs, spices and seasonings are ground and blended weekly to ensure superior freshness, gift sets, organic products and more.
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    8470 Honeycutt Rd
    Raleigh, NC US
  • Jack's Seafood and Barbeque Restaurant
    Fresh fare can be found at Jack's Seafood and Barbeque Restaurant, where patrons seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. Jack's Seafood and Barbeque Restaurant is a fantastic spot to indulge and with no low-fat options, you'll need to save the diet for another day. Jack's Seafood and Barbeque Restaurant is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along. Wifi access is totally free at Jack's Seafood and Barbeque Restaurant, perfect for catching up on the news, hopping on social media, or even working. Call Jack's Seafood and Barbeque Restaurant for catering if you have a big event coming up. If you need to get somewhere fast, the restaurant also serves up grub to go. null Jack's Seafood and Barbeque Restaurant is a mid-priced establishment, with the average meal costing under $30.
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    1516 New Bern Ave
    Raleigh, NC US
  • The Candy Shop
    Candy Evans's mother was a hairstylist, but Candy never asked her advice when she began experimenting with her friends' hair as a curious 15-year-old. In fact, she taught herself how to weave synthetic braids from a photograph. She then quickly learned to create flawless cornrows, box braids, and other styles on her friends. Her mother soon noticed her talent and, after showing her a few more advanced techniques, appointed Candy as her personal stylist to let her practice the things she had learned. Her true passion discovered, Candy soon earned her cosmetology degree, moved to Raleigh, and opened The Candy Shop. Today, Candy puts an emphasis on her clients' hair health as she performs creative cuts, imbues eye-catching color, and lengthens tresses with luxurious extensions and weaves.
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    4406 Wake Forest Rd.
    Raleigh, NC US

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