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20+ Things to Do in January in Raleigh and beyond

Start your year with a brisk winter hike, a visit to a new art gallery in Cameron Village, local theater and more.
by Addie Ladner and Isabella Sherk


Happy 2021! Whether your New Year’s resolutions are to be more mindful about your health, take in a little culture or explore North Carolina further, January has options for you. (And if you haven’t made your resolutions yet, we have suggestion for that, too.) From theater to hikes to pop-up fitness classes and galleries, here are things to do in January in Raleigh and the Triangle.


Visit Charlotte Russell’s New Gallery

Charlotte Russell Contemporary will hold a pop-up in Cameron Village for its inaugural exhibit, On The Horizon, through the end of the month. The work, by artists Grace Clark and Alexandra Chiou, touches on themes of nature and its relationship to humans, from Clark’s small-scale images of horizons to Chiou’s sculptural torn paper florals. Up to six guests will be allowed at once, the gallery says, to “get up close and contemplate” the work.

Jan. 8 Sunday – Friday, 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.; free; 419B Daniels St.;

January 1, 2021