Events for May 31, 2014
The Handyman First Annual Chicken Picking is a fundraiser to help build things for church and non-church members and others in the community. All funds raised will be put back into the handyman account in order to keep building things for others in the community. This event is open to anyone who loves fellowship and […]Find out more »
Preservation Chapel Hill, the Orange County Historic Preservation Commission and the Alliance for Historic Hillsborough will host the first annual Roots of the Piedmont preservation symposium, May 30 and 31, 2014. Friday’s event will be held at the Carolina Inn in Chapel Hill, beginning at 8:45 am; and Saturday’s symposium will take place at the […]Find out more »
The Chapel Hill Police Department is again sponsoring the annual Guardians of the Hill 5K on May 31, 2014 at 8:30am. Proceeds from the untimed event will benefit NC Children’s Hospital. The 5K run will be held at Southern Community Park in Southern Village. We will also hold a Kid’s Fun Run during the event. […]Find out more »
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro YMCA Darkness to Light initiative brings you FREE this two-hour training designed to educate adults on how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to the reality of child sexual abuse. Gain skills to better protect children and join the prevention movement that is over 6,000 strong in our community! This training provides […]Find out more »
St. Barbara Greek Orthodox Church is pleased to present GREEK FESTIVAL 2014, Saturday May 31 and Sunday June 1, 11am to 9pm at our church home at, 8306 NC Highway 751 in Durham, just one-half mile south on Hwy 751 off I-40 Exit 274. This two day event will feature delicious Greek food & pastries, […]Find out more »
Neill's Taekwondo and Fitness is hosting its first annual BBQ to honor the Men and Women in our armed forces, from 2-6pm. It will include, food, entertainment, games and an action photographer with a board breaking station. We are also celebrating our last 10 years of business in the wonderful town of Chapel Hill.Find out more »
Provence of Carrboro is hosting a series of wine classes one Saturday per month this summer to benefit TABLE! The classes may be purchased individually for $35 or as a series of 4 for $100. All proceeds go to help TABLE feed local hungry kids! The description and dates of each class are below. The […]Find out more »
Attention fashionistas! Get your fashion fix at Happily Ever After: A Couture for a Cause Spring Showcase taking place on Saturday, May 31 at the Peachy Keen boutique in Cary, NC. Enjoy complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres. Shop the silent auction and summer styles. Get an exclusive look at new designs from local designers and […]Find out more »
Come to the "Rock the Baby" Family Festival at Carrboro Town Commons on Saturday, May 31, 2014 from 5:30-8:30 pm! FREE and Open to the Public! Live Music from the Onyx Club Boys! FOOD TRUCKS! Kids' Activities, Vendors, Bounce House - a little something for the whole family. Come join us for a great time! Facebook PageFind out more »
Several nights a week, we host free presentations (7:00-8:00pm) on life-affirming topics (holistic health, environmental issues, indigenous wisdom, sustainability, etc.) where like-minded people can gather.
We are open daily from 11am to 7pm as a coffeehouse/cafe (noon to 6pm on Sundays). At 7pm we transform into a gathering spot for connections, inspiration and information by offering life-affirming presentations on weekdays (7-8pm) and heart-centered live music or Spiritual Cinemas on Fridays and Saturdays (7-10pm).
Join Voices as they trace the genius of Mozart through three decades of composition, from the joyful choral style of Mozart’s early Salzburg work to his final Viennese composition– the mysterious, unfinished Requiem. Tickets are $20 for adults and $6 for students.Find out more »
Saturday, May 31
Advance: $22, Friends: $20, Day of Show: $25
Olivia Records changed the independent music business and provided a home for many of the most important artists of the women’s music movement. Three weeks after Tret Fure’s return to The ArtsCenter, two powerful Olivia artists Dianne Davidson of Wake Forest, NC, and Deidra McCalla join veteran folk and women’s musician (and former Durham resident) Jamie Anderson for a rare evening at The ArtsCenter. These three are a long way from dead, but the chance to see them together in a space like the Earl & Rhoda Wynn Theater may never come again.Find out more »