The Carolinian is the largest African-American newspaper in North Carolina. Our circulation covers 2/3 of the state, which is the most dense African-American population in NC, and our digital reach is nationwide. In addition to spanning the state, we also span generations of readers. If you are interested in being featured in our event’s calendar, please email us at with the subject line “Online Event Advertising”, as well as information about your event and/or an event link. Each event ad cost is approximately $20-$30.

Bethlehem Baptist Church New Pastor Announcement

Bethlehem Baptist Church 7215 Six Forks Rd, Raleigh, NC, United States

The officers and disciples of Bethlehem Baptist Church are excited to announce the appointment of Pastor Walter S. Dozier as the new pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church!


Pastor Appreciation Month

On October 5, The Carolinian will publish its first annual Pastor Appreciation Special Edition. With October being Pastor Appreciation Month, it is the perfect time to honor your Church Founders, Ministers, Clergy, and of course your Pastors.

Virtual Community of Women to Host 5th Local Career Fair in October

Blush Cowork 201 Shannon Oaks Cir Suite 102, Cary, NC, United States

Networking Women of the Triangle, LLC (NWOTT), a virtual Facebook community with over 48,000 members, is pleased to announce its fifth career fair scheduled for October 3rd at Blush Cowork in Cary. NWOTT has a mission to connect, support, and inspire women in their careers and business endeavors, and has organized four successful career fairs to date.


“WHO AM I?” – Musical Short Film

NC State University Centennial Campus 1840 Entrepreneur Dr, Raleigh, NC, United States

“WHO AM I?” - musical short film, starring N.C., Grammy-nominated artist Petey Pablo, to screen at Charlotte Film Festival and Raleigh Film & Art Festival this fall.

Alzheimer’s Educational Conference

Hilton Raleigh North Hills Hotel 3415 Wake Forest Road, Raleigh, NC, United States

Raleigh-Durham Area Residents Invited to Free Alzheimer’s Educational Conference on October 18 Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.


HBCU College Fair

W. A. Foster Recreation Center 1012 S. John St., Goldsboro, NC, United States

The HBCU College Fair will be held on October 18th from 4Pm - 8Pm at the W.A. Foster Recreation Center! Come and receive meaningful information directly from HBCU representatives including assistance with college readiness and financial applications, opportunities to talk and engage with current HBCU students and graduates, as well as participate in giveaways.