Events for January 26, 2014
Guests will find an array of 80 vendors providing wedding related products from cakes and flowers, a full array of the finest Carolina Inn hors d’oeuvres from Executive Chef James Clark, strolling models in bridal couture, stationers, unique favor ideas, hair and makeup specialists, wedding décor displays, tent options and strolling musicians. This year’s runway […]Find out more »
Please join A Drink For Tomorrow on Sunday, January 26th for an afternoon of water-themed classical and jazz music in Hill Hall Auditorium on UNC campus. For Water’s Sake, a concert featuring piano, strings, winds, and voice pieces by local artists, will explore the connection between water and the arts. Funds raised will benefit A […]Find out more »
Jay Bryan is at the end of his term as poet laureate for Carrboro, North Carolina, during which term he helped to establish Carrboro’s Poets’ Council and compiled and edited the Carrboro 100th Birthday Poetry Anthology, published in May 2011. His recent chapbook, Selected Poems, was published by Finishing Line Press. For more than fifteen […]Find out more »
Preservation Chapel Hill Presents: Baroque & Beyond Concert Series: Zephr - Gentle Winds. An exuberant, talented ensemble of the region’s top baroque wind players join forces to recreate the magic of concertos and chamber works by Telemann, Zelenka, and Boismortier. Everyone is featured, with astonishing results. You will hear Frances Blaker and Jennifer Streeter, playing […]Find out more »
On Sunday, January 26th at 4:00pm the Hillsborough Arts Council will begin their 2014 Parlor Concert season. The season opens with David Russell, Americana singer-songwriter. The first concert will be held at 125 West Queen Street in Hillsborough. There is limited seating (45 seats) for this special event, so purchase tickets soon. Doors open at 3:30pm, the show begins at […]Find out more »
Please join us for a taste of the Southern Village Wine Club. We will feature Argentinian wine and you will be offered 20% off of this spectacular wine. Cost is $15 plus bring some food/appetizers to share. BYOG (Glass). RSVP’s are necessary. If you’re interested in joining the Southern Village Wine Club, send an email asking to be included in future correspondence.Find out more »
The ArtsCenter’s Variety Night is back with all new performers! Light up your mid-winter with an evening of family-fun entertainment!
Patrons loved The ArtsCenter Variety Night in November:
“Evoked the feel of an old-fashioned variety show”
“The variety show was a total blast!”
“A very entertaining evening, indeed!!!”
“My whole family loved it as it appeared the rest of the full house!!”
Shana Tucker, ChamberSoul cellist vocalist songwriter, headlines with the Eric Hirsh Quartet.
Touted by JazzTimes Magazine as “a jazz talent…whose imprint and vitality has already been quite visible in North Carolina,” Shana is on a steady rise towards national/international recognition ever since the release of her debut CD, SHiNE.
The night offers fun for the whole family with specialty acts including Singer Lori Mahl, North Carolina Youth Tap Ensemble’s Luke Hickey, Street Drummer Alphonse Nicholson, FlowJo Hooper Extraordinaire Julia Hartstell and Billy Sugarfix on the Theremin.
The evening includes Master of Ceremonies Brad Schnurr, standup comedy from Gretchen McNeely, The Amazing Baffeloni, sketch comedy, fun quizzes, and a “toupee” competition.
Acts from talented, local performers, sketches, stand-up, dance, music, audience sing-alongs and more complete a fun-filled, family friendly evening of entertainment!Find out more »