Regardless of where you live in Wake County, there is a local History Tea Party available at Wake Libraries in July. Bring your favorite tea cup and listen to local historians talk about the County's history through the growth of its towns. Programs are free, and the tea is provided. Registration is required, as seating is limited to 25 per session. To register, call the library of interest.Director of the City of Raleigh Museum Ernest Dollar will discuss what makes Raleigh's history unique.
Historians from the Page Walker Arts & History Center will talk about the founding of Cary.
Kaye Buffaloe Whaley, author and historian, will speak about the fascinating history of Garner.
Sherry Monahan, genealogist and author of Images of America: Apex, will address the growth of Apex from a quaint community to today's modern town.