Calendar of Events, Friday, Sept. 20 - Thursday, Sept 26

Sep. 20, 2013 @ 12:02 AM

Deadline for submission is the Tuesday before you want the event to appear in the Friday Calendar section of the paper.

Events may be submitted online, but will appear according to the above schedule.

Church/Spirituality | Comedy | Dance | Farmer's Markets | Film | Kids | Lectures/Literature | Music | Stage | Outings/Art



COMMUNITY CHURCH OF CHAPEL HILL -106 Purefoy Rd., Chapel Hill 942-2050    -Brushes with Life: Art, Artists and Mental Illness. thru October 25, Mon-Fri 9 to 2, Sundays call for times 919-942-2050. Group Show by artists in treatment at UNC Mental Health Clinics and members of Club Nova in Carrboro.     

HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH -9112 Bethe Hickory Grove Church Rd. Chapel Hill, NC 27516. 919-929-4491  -Fitness Ministry. Sept. 23, Sept. 26, twice weekly, Monday, & Thursday, evenings. Fitness classes , low & high impact aerobics routines. Calorie burning , exhilarating, & fun.   -International Day of Peace. Sept. 21, 1–6p.      

NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN CENTER -25th Pastoral Anniversary Celebration.  Sept. 15 6:30p. Dr. Bernard Grant is the guest speaker. 7415 Fayetteville Road, Durham, NC,  FMI 919-405-2080  

UNITED CHURCH OF CHAPEL HILL -1321 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd 919-942-3540.   Richard Edens, Co-Senior Pastor,919-942-3540

ONA congregation: 20th Anniversary  celebration, September 21 and September 22. Open and Affirming (ONA) is the United Church of Christ's (UCC) designation for congregations, campus ministries, and other bodies in the UCC. Jen Jones, Saturday, September 21, 9a. Communications Director for Equality NC will. Jasmine Beach-Ferrara, Sunday, September 22, 8:45a. UCC Minister and Executive Director of the Campaign for Southern Equality, will be preaching both services. -Wednesdays -Bible Study With The Rev. William Barber And Greenleaf Christian Church. Wednesday, Sept. 25, Meal At 5:45 and various program tracks begin at 6:30, concluding by 7:30. -Monday Noon Book Group.  Monday, Sept. 23, (every Monday) 12noon. Currently reading Eboo Patel’s  Sacred Ground : Pluralism, Prejudice, and the Promise of America, with Rev. Richard Edens in the Church Library.  -“Public Education”   with Chris Hill, Nc Justice Center. Wednesday, Sept 25, Meal At 5:45 and various program tracks begin at 6:30, concluding by 7:30.    -Grandparents Day. Sunday, Sept. 15, 10a.      

WHITE ROCK BAPTIST CHURCH -3400 Fayetteville Street, Durham, NC 27707. 919-688-8136  -White Rock Child Development Center, a five-star quality childcare program, is now accepting applications for children ages 3 and 4. Call 919-683-1649 for more information or to schedule an appointment.   

NAR-ANON FAMILY GROUPS -Weekly Meeting. . Addiction is a family disease.  Nar-Anon is a 12-step support group for family and friends of addicts. There are no dues or fees.  Just come to a meeting.    -Weekly Meeting. Monday, Sept. 23, 8 - 9p (Every Monday).  Westminster Presbyterian Church, 3638 Chapel Hill Road, Durham. 919-596-2915  -Weekly Meeting. Thursday, Sept. 26,7-8p (Every Thursday).  Immanuel Temple Seventh Day Adventist Church, 2102 South Alston Avenue, Durham.  919-383-4236  

DEBTORS ANONYMOUS -Weekly Meeting. Wednesday, Sept. 25, 7p - 8:30p. Can't get your money right?  Ruining your life?  We can help! Trinity Ave. Presbyterian Church, 927 W. Trinity Avenue. Durham, N.C. 27701. corner of Trinity & Gregson. Look for the green "DA" signs and follow the directions. We meet in the Bridal Room, past the Choir Room. (919) 683-3013 (Robin) or (919) 274-7463 (Tom) 

OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS -Weekly 12-step meetings. . For anyone with any food/eating issue. No dues, fees, or religious affiliations.  919-406-9300 Scott Phillips.  Overeaters, anorexics, bulimics welcome. -Weekly Meeting. Friday, Sept. 21, 12-1:30p.  Holy Infant Catholic Church, 5000 Southpark, Durham  -Weekly Meeting. Saturday, Sept. 21, 10-11:30a.  Westminster Presbyterian Church, 3639 Old Chapel Hill Road, Durham  -Weekly Meeting. Saturday, Sept. 21, 10-11a, 10a for newcomers.  Structure House, 3017 Pickett Road, Durham  -Weekly Meeting. Tuesday, Sept. 24, 12-1:30p.  First Presbyterian Church, 305 East Main Street, Durham  -Weekly Meeting. Wednesday, Sept. 25, 12-1:30p.  Holy Infant Catholic Church, 5000 Southpark, Durham  -Weekly Meeting. Thursday, Sept. 26,12-1:30p.  First Presbyterian Church, 305 East Main Street, Durham    




ARTSCENTER -300-G East Main St - Carrboro, NC 27510 | 919-929-2787  

BULLTOWN COMEDY -Free monthly series with local stand-up comedy. .  Casbah, 1007 W Main St  Durham  


DSI COMEDY THEATER -Offering performances, classes and workshops. .  200 N Greensboro St, Carrboro Offering performances, classes and workshops Call 338-8150 http://www.dsicomedytheater  



COMMUNITY FAMILY LIFE AND RECREATION CENTER other DPR events, call. - Offering dance classes for students through Durham Lyon Park, 1309 Halley St, Durham 919- 560-4355   

GOLDEN DIPPERS SQUARE DANCE CLUB - Thursday, Sept. 26, 7:30 - 9:30p, (every Thursday).  Bethany United Methodist Church,  2809 Guess Rd, Durham 919-563-3936  

NINTH STREET DANCE - Offering classes and workshops in Bollywood, ballet, tap, lyrical, hip-hop, African, bellydance, samba, salsa, swing, ballroom, Zumba and more 1920 1/2 Perry St. Durham, NC 27705 919-286-6011  

SALSA SOCIAL - Saturday, Sept. 21, 6-9:30p. DJ Abuelo Salsero Jack spins during the weekly salsa social Triangle Dance Studio, 2603 S Miami Blvd, Durham 919-245-0822   Call for information on this and other salsa nights in the Triangle

STARDUSTERS BALLROOM DANCE - every second Saturday. Lesson from 7:30 until 8:15p. No partner necessary.  Venue has changed: Please see our website for new venue and directions:‎ 

STUDIO A DANCEARTS - Offering classes in creative movement, ballet, jazz and contemporary dance 1714 Legion Rd, Chapel Hill 919-929-5201   


WEST COAST SWING CLASSES - Tuesday, Sept. 24,  7p (beginners), 7:45p (intermediate), and 8:45p (advanced).  Offering three levels of instruction every Tuesday,  with free dancing to follow. The Tavern, 1900 W. Markham Ave., Durham. 919-286-7665  $5-$10 per class



FARMERS MARKETS -Farmer Foodshare Challenge V. Sept 24 - 28.  "Buy Five (lbs) or Give Ten ($)" to support local farms and feed the hungry. Join eleven local farmers markets and over 22 social services agencies to raise enough fresh local food and funds to buy food for 20,000 meals for people in need in the Triangle Local Farmer's Marktets    

CARRBORO FARMERS MARKET -Weekly Market. Saturday, Sept. 21, 9a-Noon. Wed. market, 3-6:30p.  All products come from within a 50-mile radius. 301 W Main St 7 am-noon Saturdays and 3:30-6:30 pm Wednesdays 919-280-3326   Melon Tasting, live music by David Hughes, sampling watermelon & cantaloupe varieties Aphrodite, Jenny, Lamar, Crimson Sweet, and Tasty Bites, among others. Kidzu Children's Museum activities will include instrument-making as well as a seed-spitting conte

CHAPEL HILL FARMERS MARKET -Weekly Market. Saturday, Sept. 21, 8 am-noon Saturdays, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 3-6 p.  201 S Estes Dr 533-9496.   - Harvest Dinner at the Carrboro Town Commons on Sept. 26th - we have just a couple dozen tickets left!     The dinner menu will include, among other things, local vegetable stew with chickpeas saffron and farmers’ cheese and much more!                                                                                                         

DURHAM FARMERS MARKET -Weekly Market. Saturday, Sept. 21,  8a - Noon, Wednesday, Market: 3:30 - 6:30p. All products come from with in a 70 mile radius. Durham Central Park, PO Box 1903, Durham, NC 27702-1903 919-667-3099  

ENO RIVER FARMERS MARKET -Weekly Market. Saturday, Sept. 21, 8a-12 noon.  Public Market House, 144 E Margaret Lane, Hillsborough  

FEARRINGTON FARMERS MARKET -Weekly Market. Tuesday, Sept. 24, 4-6p. Fresh produce, bread, beef, pork, eggs and pizza using fresh ingredients from a local farm.  Sign up for new weekly newsletter, At Fearrington Village off of 15/501 between Chapel Hill and Pittsboro. For more info, call Eddie Kallam, 919-923-6262.  

HILLSBOROUGH FARMERS MARKET -Weekly Market. Saturday, Sept. 21, 10a-1p. Seasonal produce, beef, eggs, baked goods and crafts available, as well as eggs, preserves, handmade soaps, marinades and locally raised beef, goat and chicken 625 Hampton Point Blvd (Home Depot parking lot), Hillsborough, NC 272728 919-360-5254

SOUTH DURHAM FARMERS MARKET -Weekly Market. Saturday, Sept. 21, 8a - 12noon. Durham's newest market seeks to connect the community with local farmers by selling seasonal produce, meats, and artisanal foods produced within 50 miles 5410 NC 55, Durham (Greenwood Commons Shopping Center)  

SOUTHERN VILLAGE FARMERS’ -Weekly Market. Thursday, Sept. 26,3:30 – 6:30p.  Market Street,  off U.S. 15-501, Chapel Hill  





SEYMOUR CENTER -First Annual Fall Film Festival. Friday, Sept. 20, 10:30am.  eymour Center Theater,  2551 Homestead Road, Chapel Hill, NC.     Admission is free and open to the public, though donations to the Friends of the Seymour Center are welcome.



DURHAM FAMILY THEATRE -Fall Acting Classes. . PO Box 61894, Durham, NC 27715 Trinity United Methodist Church, 215 N. Church Street, Downtown Durham, NC (919) 286-5717 Jenny Justice,   -Clowning Around, from the Outside-In. Thursdays, Sept. 12 – Oct. 31, 6:30 - 8p. 12 – adults.  Actors will use “outside-in” character development techniques from the Russian director/teacher Meyerhold. The class will end with a performance of a short play or a series of scenes.  

WALLTOWN CHILDRENS THEATRE -   919-286-4545 Cynthia Penn,



BULL’S HEAD BOOKSHOP, UNC campus. Call 919-962-5066. -Thomas Lehman & Michael Lee. Thursday, Sept 26, 3:30p. North Carolina State Parks     

CITY OF DURHAM - (919) 560-4123 x 11253 Amy Blalock, Sr. Public Affairs Specialist   -Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week.  October 7-11. MED Week celebrates the achievements of minority entrepreneurs and affirms government, business, and community organizations.  Registration at; Deadline: Sept 27

DAUGHTER'S GROUP -Daughters Concerned for Aging Relatives Support. (919) 660 - 7510  Bobbi Matchar, MSW,   -Monthly Meeting. Wednesday, Sept 25, (last Wednesday of each month, noon-1p.  3512/Blue Zone, 3rd floor, Duke Clinic (formerly called Duke South), 200 Trent Drive.   

DUKE HEALTH -Durham Alzheimer’s Evening Family Support Group Meeting. Thursday, Sept 26, last Thursday of each month, 6:30p.   Duke Clinic Building (also known as Duke Hospital South), Duke Medical Board Room, 1170B Yellow Zone, 1st floor,   Contact: Bobbi Matchar, MSW - (919) 660-7510,

DUKE REGIONAL HOSPITAL -Duke Regional Hospital, 3643 North Roxboro Road, Durham, NC 27704, Private Dining Room C 919 403-4DRH  -Stroke Support Group. Monday, Sept. 23, 1p (every second Monday). Durham Regional Hospital hosts a stroke support group the second Monday of each month. Private Dining Room C at Duke Regional Hospital.  -Weight Loss Surgery Support Group. Tuesday, Sept 24, 6p. September’s session is called “The Importance of Vitamins and Minerals” and will be presented b Duke Center for Metabolic and Weight Loss Surgery Durham Clinic located at 407 Crutchfield Street.    

EMERGENCY CHAPLAINS - Saturday, Sept. 21,  9:45am  in the. Ralph Thompson, executive director of Emergency Chaplains that supports firefighters and police officers in emergency situations, will speak to the luncheon gathering of area women. Also on the program is Faye Parson of Deltaville, Va- “How to stay on top in a topsy-turvy, insecure world.”Croasdaile Village, 2600 Croasdaile Farm Parkway, commons dining room. Call today for reservations to 919-309-2981. The cost for the hot buffet lunch is $10.  -“Youth Mental Health First Aid.” Tuesday, Sept. 24, 8:30am  to 5p. The target audience for training includes parents, teachers, youth ministers, staff at adolescent serving agencies, coaches, mentors and others who serve youth living with a mental health condition.  Seating is limited to 30 registrants.  Shared Visions Retreat Center, 3717 Murphy School Rd. $50 per person and includes training materials, refreshments and lunch.

FLYLEAF BOOKS -752 MLK Jr. Blvd., Chapel Hill 919-942-7936.    -A Community of Memory. Friday Sept. 20, 2013. Life Story Writing Workshop for Senior Citizens with Rebekah L. Cowell   -Mark Rosenberg discusses Eating My Feelings. Saturday Sept. 21, 2013.    -A Community of Memory. . Life Story Writing Workshop for Senior Citizens with Rebekah L. Cowell -Jasmine Beach-Ferrara discusses her short story collection Damn Love. Saturday Sept. 21, 2-3p.    -Diary of a Wimpy Kid HARD LUCK TRUCK visits Flyleaf! Saturday Sept. 21, 2-4:30p.    -Flyleaf Book Lovers Club Discussion. Monday Sept. 23, 2013. Book Lovers is a casual book club that meets monthly to discuss contemporary fiction or nonfiction. To RSVP, participate in discussions, or vote for future titles online, please visit our meetup page:   -Ann Prospero: Even You Can Be Healthy! with award-winning Crooks Corner Chef Bill Smith preparing dishes for all to sample. Tuesday Sept. 24, 7p.    -Sonya Sones discusses her novel for young readers To Be Perfectly Honest: A Novel Based on an Untrue Story. Wednesday Sept. 25, 7:30p -8:30p. -Pre-School Story Time. Thursday Sept. 26, 10a.      

JEWISH FEDERATION -The New Federal Affordable Healthcare Act. Sunday Sept. 22, 2-4p, 1937 W. Cornwallis Rd. Durham NC 27705. and What it Means for You Dr. Pam Silberman, President and CEO, of the North Carolina Institute of Medicine will will provide a broad overview of the Affordable Care Act as well as more detailed information about the coverage. Levin Jewish Community Center (919)354-495  

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS -Orange County Voter Services: Carrboro Candidates Forum. Saturday, Sep 21,10a - noon. The Orange County Voter Services Committee of the League of Women Voters will present a Candidates Forum for the three open seats for Alderman on the Carrboro Town Council. Carrboro Town Hall  301 West Main Street, Carrboro, North Carolina 27510 (919) 368-4517  Eve Barkley, Orange County Voter Services Coordinator  -School Board Candidates Forum. Wednesday, Sep 25, 2013 7p to 9p. -Candidates for the three open seats for Chapel Hill/Carrboro School Board. Carrboro Town Hall  301 West Main Street, Carrboro, North Carolina 27510. (919) 368-4518  Eve Barkley, Voter Services Coordinator

MCINTYRE’S BOOKS -Fearrington Village, Pittsboro 919- 542-3030.  

NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER -Fall Events 2013.   Martha Johnson by phone (919) 549-0661 (ext. 116), or e-mail   -“Popular Music, Race and Citizenship in the US, from Swing to Soul”. Thurs., Sept. 26,5p. Charles F. McGovern, The College of William and Mary. Martin Luther King, Jr., attesting to the inspirational power of songs such as “We Shall Overcome,” described them as “the soul of the movement,” but the effects of popular music extended well beyond t     

NC WRITER’S NETWORK – DURHAM COUNTY -  -DURHAM VOICES CREATIVE WRITING GROUP. Sept. 24, 1st and 3 Tuesday, of every month, 6-8:30p .  Adults of all experience levels welcome! Durham County East Regional Library, 211 Lick Creek Ln. 919-560-0213   Free  -THIRD FRIDAYS WITH THE HINGE. Sept. 20, Third Friday, of every month, 6- 9p. Eric Martin will host a casual social hour as part of Durham’s Third Fridays. Sponsored by the Hinge Literary Center. 305 E. Chapel Hill St. – Ste. 215     Free

ORANGE POLITICS.ORG -  -Online Orange Candidate Forums. . For the upcoming elections for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education, the Carrboro Board of Aldermen, the Chapel Hill Town Council, and the Hillsborough Board of Commissioners. Each forum will consist of a real-time written conversation    -Hillsborough Board of Commissioners. Sunday, Sept. 22, 7-9p. The editors of online home for progressive perspectives in Orange County--are excited to announce our live online candidate forums   -Hillsborough Board of Commissioners. Sunday, Sept. 29, 7-9p.    -Carrboro Board of Aldermen. Sunday, October 6, 7-9p.    -Chapel Hill Town Council9/20. Sunday, October 13, 7-9p.    -Conversation With the Mayors. Sunday, October 20, 7-9p. We are also excited to host an informal Conversation With the Mayors, which will include the candidates in all three of the county’s uncontested mayoral races.     

RHINE RESEARCH CENTER - 919-309-4600 Susan Freeman, Events Coordinator/Public Relations Director   -What Are Anomalies Trying To Tell Us?. Friday, Sept. 20, 2013. Bob Jahn and Brenda Dunne from Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Stedman Auditorium Center for Living, 3475 Erwin Road, Durham 27705    

THE REGULATOR BOOKSHOP -720 9th St  Durham, NC 27705 (919) 286-2700    -William Ferris. Friday, Sept 20, 7p. The Storied South: Voices of Writers and Artists features the voices--by turn searching and honest, coy and scathing--of twenty-six of the most luminous artists and thinkers in the American cultural firmament.  -Danny Bland. Saturday, Sept 21, 7p. A debut novel, In Case We Die, by veteran Seattle musician Danny  -Days Of Our Lives Cast Members. Monday, Sept 23, 7p. Suzanne Rogers-Rogers, Peggy McCay-McCay, Laren Koslow, Bryan Datillo   -Brian Southwell. Wednesday, Sept 25, 7p. Using social media and peer-to-peer networks to teach people about science and health may seem like an obvious strategy. Southwell, who works at the Research Triangle Institute, will be in the store for a discussion and signing.   -Ellie Grant. Thursday, Sept 26, 7p. Grant's new novel is Plum Deadly.


UNC Global -Peter Blair Henry- Thursday, Sept 26 5-7:15p. Peter Blair Henry, Rhodes Scholar, Morehead-Cain Scholar and UNC class of ’91, will answer questions and share his findings about his new book Turnaround: Third World Lessons for First World Growth. FedEx Global Education Center 301 Pittsboro Street Chapel Hill, NC 27516 919-962-0318 Laura Griest Free.



ATC/THE STACK - Weekly happy hour.  318 Blackwell Street, Durham, NC. The Stack is located directly behind American Tobacco’s iconic Lucky Strike smokestack.  -Al Strong ( Jazz/Funk/Fusion). Sept. 26, (Every Thursday) 5-7p.      

BEYU CAFFE -335 W Main St  Durham, NC 27701 (919) 683-1058   No cover

BILLSBOROUGH -Live Music Hall. .  106 S Churton St, Hillsborough, NC  

BLUE NOTE GRILL - 4125 Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard, Durham, NC 27707. Offering hickory smoked BBQ & Ribs along with live music. Nothing fancy here just good food and music in a cozy atmosphere.  919-401-1979  -Ben Palmer's Jazz Jam with Dot Combo. Sept. 23, (every Monday), 7-10p. See and hear some of the best jazz musicians in the triangle every Monday night.   -Open Blues Jam with Butch Haas & Co.  Sept. 24, (every Tuesday), 8-11p. You never know who will show up, this jam and it is always a great night for the blues.   -The Friday After Work Party with: The Duke Street Dogs. Friday, Sept. 20,  6-8p.

CAROLINA THEATRE -309 West Morgan St., Durham, NC 919-560-3030  -Terence Blanchard & The John Brown Big Band. Saturday, Sept. 21, 8p.      

CASBAH -1007 W Main St  Durham, NC 27701 (919) 687-6969    -Jimmy Haggard Band W/Jtama Band. Fri, Sep 20, 8p.  $6  -Jonathan Byrd. Sat, Sep 21, 8p.   $15 Adv/$18 Day Of Show  -Songwriters In The Round Featuring Chris Titchner, The Tourist, Samantha Tieger And Eric Bannan. Thurs, Sep 26, 8p.  $5/$7 Day Of Show

CAT’S CRADLE -300 E Main St, Carrboro, NC 27510 (919) 967-9053  

THE CAVE TAVERN -452 1/2 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill, NC 27516 919-968-9308,  

THE DEPOT -The Depot at Hillsborough Station, 246 S. Nash Street, Hillsborough 919.643.3768  

DPAC - Durham Performing Arts Center 123 Vivian St.  919-680-2787    -Charlie Wilson. Friday, Sep 20 , 8p.      

DURHAM JAZZ WORKSHOP -4608 L Industry Lane, Durham, 27713    -JAZZ JAM every Sunday. Sunday, Sept. 22, 7p.  $5

THE EDDY PUB -1715 Saxapahaw-Bethlehem Church Rd  Saxapahaw, NC 27340 (336) 525-2010  

FULLSTEAM BREWERY -726 Rigsbee Ave., Durham. (919) 682-2337  

HILLSBOROUGH ARTS COUNCIL -2013 Hillsborough Jazz Festival. Saturday, Sept 21, 12 - 6p. Celebrating Nina Simone, Featuring: Yolanda Rabun, Jo Gore & the Alternative, Capital Transit, Stacy Looman Trio, Robert (Griffanzo) Griffin with Taz Halloween, and Serena Wiley. Sponsored be the Hillsborough Arts Council  Tickets can be purchased on-line Moorefields Estate, 919-643-2500,   $15 in advance - $20 at the door.

KRAKEN BAR -2823 N Carolina 54  Chapel Hill, NC 27516 (919) 943-0398  

LOCAL 506 - Doors: 8:30 p / Show: 9p, unless noted.  506 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill.  

MOTORCO MUSIC HALL -723 Rigsbee Ave, Durham. 919-901-0875 -Saturday Bloody Brunch, with KoKyu BBQ & Bloody Marys. Saturday, Sept. 21, 1p.      Free  -CineMotorco: Old Yeller Still Dies: 3rd Annual Durham Movie Mashup. Saturday, Sept. 21, 9p.      Free in the Showroom  -Sinners & Saints. Saturday, Sept. 21, 10p.      Free in the Garage  -Vaudevillain Revue - Falling Stars Prom. Sunday, Sept. 22, 12p.  $8 Advance / $10 at the Door  -Bloody Brunch: with KoKyu BBQ & Bloody Marys. Sunday, Sept. 22, 8p.    -Garage Bar: TV Nite. Sunday, Sept. 22, 8p.      Free in the Garage  -Wild Leaves / Lakes & Woods. Tuesday, Sept. 24, 6p.      Free in the Garage Bar  -MotorCocktail Tuesday. Thursday, Sept. 26, 9p.  GarageBar    

NC MUSEUM OF ART -2110 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27609 919-664-6795 Email: $5 Museum members, students, $7 All others

OPEN EYE CAFE -101 S. Greensboro St., Carrboro. 919-968-9410  

OASIS -In Carr Mill, 200 N Greensboro St A5, Carrboro, NC 27510 (919) 904-7343    -Live Reggae/Jazz/Blues with Gregory Blaine & Dolie Chandler. Friday Sept. 20   8-11p.    -Fall Equinox Celebration Drum Circle. Saturday Sept. 21  8-12am. with the Healing Sounds of the Digeredoo & Crystal Bowl with Daran Wallman Lecture/Presentation Monday September 23 7:00-7:45pm Cosmic Child: Inspired Writings from the Threshold of Birth with author Eve Olive   -Fertility: A Naturopathic Perspective with Maureen Dunn, ND, Carolina Whole Health. Tuesday Sept. 24  7:-7:45p.    -The Wisdom of the Hopis. Wednesday Sept. 25 7-7:45p. with Hopi Elder Radford Quamahongnewa (via video footage) and Robert Roskind (live     

PAPA MOJO’S ROADHOUSE -Greenwood Commons Shopping Center, 5410-Y N.C. 55, Durham. 361-2222,    -Mel Melton and the Wicked Mojos. Friday, Sept. 20, 9p.  $10 ADV/$12 DOS  -Brett Chambers and the Usual Suspects. Sept. 26 (every Wednesday night) with a great open mic night.   $8 Cover

PINHOOK -117 W Main St  Durham, NC 27701 (919) 667-1100   

PITTSBORO GENERAL STORE CAFE -39 West St., Pittsboro, NC. 919-542-2432 ,  

PITTSBORO ROADHOUSE - Open: Mon - Thurs. 11a- 9 p; Fri - Sat: 11a- 10p.  39 West Street, Pittsboro NC | Phone: 919-542-2432  

THE ORIGINAL Q SHACK -The Leroy Savage Group. Sept. 25, (every Wednesday), 6-8:30p .  Legendary tenor singer and former member of The Bluegrass Experience 2510 University Drive, Durham 919.402.4227   No cover.

SHAKORI HILLS COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER -7th Annual Hoppin’ John Old-Time & Bluegrass Fiddlers’ Convention. Sept. 19 – 21. Hoppin’ John is a three-day event for musicians, dancers, and music lovers to come together and celebrate the traditions of old-time and bluegrass music. Silk Hope, NC  

THE STATION -201-C E. Main St., Carrboro. 919-967-1967  


THE TAVERN -1900 W. Markham Ave., Durham. 919-286-7665  



COMMON GROUND THEATRE - A performance and teaching space located in west Durham, offering performing arts and educational groups a flexible, well-equipped alternative space. Common Ground Theatre, 4815-B Hillsborough Rd., Durham (919) 698-3870  Rachel Klem, (919) 698-3870, e-mail

LITTLE GREEN PIG -209 East Duke Building Tickets: or 919.452.9204  -OUR TOWN by Thornton Wilder. Sept. 4-21. America’s classic story of small town life, love and death told anew with an all-Black cast. Trotter Hall, 410 West Geer St., Durham   $15 General Admission, $10 Seniors/Military, $5 Student Rush

PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY COMPANY -Paul Green Theatre in UNC’s Department for Dramatic Art on Country Club Road.  -The Mountaintop. Sept 18-Oct 6. Previews are Sept 18-20; opening night is Saturday, Sept 21,  Tuesdays through Saturdays and Sunday, Sept. 29; 2p  Sundays and Saturday, Oct 5. There are n. by Katori Hall. “The Mountaintop” is a co-production with Triad Stage in Greensboro, combining the artistic forces of two of North Carolina’s leading theater companies


WALLTOWN CHILDRENS THEATRE - 919-286-4545 Cynthia Penn,


ART MARKET AT VEGA METALS - Saturday, Sept. 21.  9a - 1p.  214 Hunt Street between the Durham YMCA and Durham Central Park.  

ARTISTS AT GOLDEN BELT - M-Sa 10-7, Sun 12-6.  401-B Foster Street, Durham, North Carolina  27701    

BINGO - Sept. 26, (every Thursday night) from 06:45p - 10p. If you enjoy being with people and play BINGO. The American Legion Post 7is the place to be.  The proceeds go back into the community helping the veterans at the VA hospital, boys oratorical, American Legion Junior Baseball and sending items (coffee, gum, American Legion Post 007, 406 E. Trinity Avenue, Durham, NC 27701    

BULL CITY ARTS COLLABORATIVE -401-B Foster Street Durham, NC Hours: Fridays 11-2 and by appt at 775 843 4929    -"Tintype Portraits by Riley Maclean". Closing reception Friday, Sept 20; 6-9p , exhibit thru Sept. 24, 2013. Images created using an authentic tintype process invented in the 1860s. Actual plates and enlarged prints of portraits of Triangle locals will be on display.      

CENTER FOR DOCUMENTARY STUDIES -Center for Documentary Studies, 1317 W. Pettigrew St.,    -Tiksi Opens  Acclaimed Series By Photographer Evgenia Arbugaeva. thru January 11 / Porch and University Galleries.      

CHAPEL HILL ART GALLERY -1215 E. Franklin St. (between Caffe’Driade and Whitehall Antiques), 919-636-4557,  -“Around Myths and Legends” Paintings by artist Eduardo Lapetina. thru Sept. 30, Thurs – Sun, noon – 6p.  . Eduardo’s paintings are a collaboration of mind and spirit and hold the promise of dreams, visions, fears, intangibles and will, requiring contemplation, study, feeling and flights of fancy.   -“In Focus.” Opening Reception Sept. 21st, 6 – 8p Display: thru Sept. 30, Thurs – Sun, noon – 6p.  A selection of The Art Institute of Raleigh Durham graduates photography portfolios.

CHAPEL HILL BIRD CLUB -Binkley Monday, Sept. 23., 7:30p Binkley Baptist Church, 1712 Willow Dr., Chapel Hill  -Monthly meeting. Featured speaker: Judith Fortney who will speak on Birding Mongolia. Sandwiched between China and Russia lies a land of magnificent scenery, stretching from the famous Gobi Desert in the south to the taiga forests of the north.  Contact: Kent Fiala, .  

DUKE GARDENS -Sarah P. Duke Gardens, 420 Anderson St. (919) 668-1707. Orla Swift   -Nature Ranger Cart. Friday, Sept 20, 11a.    -Photographing People in Nature. Saturday, Sept 21, 8a.    -Seasonal Floral Design at the Gardens: Autumn Vertical Design. Saturday, Sept 21, 10a.    -Asian Arts Day in the Asiatic Arboretum. Sunday, Sept 22, 12n.      

DUKE HEALTH -  -Free Men's Health Screenings. Saturday, Sept 21, 8a —12p. Men, you're invited to join us for free blood pressure and diabetes screenings and prostate cancer risk assessment. Know your score! No appointment necessary. Lincoln Health Center, 1301 Fayetteville Street Durham, NC 27707   For more info call Awanya Caesar at 919-956-4029   2nd Session - Sunday, Sept 22, 12p — 4p.  Duke Clinic 2C 2nd Floor, 40 Duke Medicine Circle Free Parking - Trent Drive Garage, Enter On The 2Nd Level Through The Walkway To Clinic 2C  For more info call 919-613-6462 

DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL - 9a-9p on Monday, through Saturday, and 1-6p on Sundays.  120 Morris Street in downtown Durham   Lindsay Gordon, artist services manager,   -CenterFest Arts Festival:. Sept. 21-22, 2013! 39th annual In the Heart of Downtown Durham!    -Nadjib Adebola Assani: Legends of Onile in the Ella Fountain Pratt Legacy Gallery. thru Jan 6. A new exhibit at the Durham Arts Council

DURHAM LAND TRUSTEES -Sunday Supper Benefit. Sunday, Sept. 22, 5 -7p. Helping the Durham Community Land Trust continue its mission of building permanently affordable housing in Durham. NOSH, 2812 Erwin Road, Durham  

ENO GALLERY -100 South Churton St. Hillsborough NC 27278 gallery 919-883-1415    -Symphonic Dreamscapes. thru Sept. 22. Vicki Grants Dreamscapes incorporate low voltage and fiber optic lighting within her intriguing wall sculptures. One is drawn in to explore the visual opportunities that a natural agate slice or a nautilus shell has as light travels thru its core.     

ENO RIVER STATE PARK - For directions, reservations and additional information, please call the park office - 919-383-1686.     

HILLSBOROUGH GALLERY OF ARTS - Hours: 11-6 Mon–Th, 11-8 Fri & Sat, 1-4 Sun.  The gallery is owned & operated by 22 artists, and features painting, sculpture, photography, glass art, jewelry, turned wood, handcrafted furniture, pottery, mosaics & fiber art. 121 N. Churton St., Hillsborough, NC 27278 919-732-5001  

HORACE WILLIAMS HOUSE -610 East Rosemary St., Chapel Hill, NC  27514 (919) 942-7818   Preservation Chapel Hill -Art Exhibition. Reception:  Sunday, Sept. 22, from 2-4p, Exhibit: thru Sept. 22. Bonnie Melton, paintings and Evelyn Ward, ceramics.     

KOSALA MEDITATION CENTER - A non-profit Buddhist meditation center whose aim is to introduce meditation and Buddhist teachings to help everyone solve daily problems and cultivate inner peace. 711 West Rosemary Street, Suite E, Carrboro (Upstairs above Carrburritos) 919-619-4079  -General Meditation Class. Wednesday, Sept. 25 (every Wednesday),  7-8p. No previous experience necessary.   $20 ($12 for students and seniors)  -Meditation 101. Tuesday, Sept. 24, (every Tuesday),  7-8p. This class is an introduction to meditation & is perfect for absolute beginners to meditation.   $20 ($12 for students and seniors)

LIBERTY ARTS SCULPTURE STUDIO & FOUNDRY - Liberty Arts is a collaborative nonprofit arts community that reflects the dynamic and diverse personality of Durham, NC. Physically: in Mercury Studio at #407-A North Mangum Street, Durham, NC 27701  Ethereally: contact:

MERCURY STUDIO -407-A North Mangum Street, Durham NC 27701  |  919.381.6306  -Third Friday - we have a lovely selection of paintings by Anna Sircar. Friday, Sept. 20.    -Managing a microBusiness - a workshop for small business owners. Tuesday, Sept 24.      

NORTHGATE MALL -Suite 235 next to Sears at Northgate Mall.    After opening weekend, unlimited Ho-b RC Park track access day passes are available for $10 weekdays; $15 weekends. Car rentals are available for 30-60 minutes from $12-$25. Unlimited monthly memberships for $50 per month.

ORANGE COUNTY - Online Fall Bulb Sale! This Sale Runs Through 10/31/13.  Orange County Master Gardeners Are Conducting A Fall Bulb Sale As A Fundraising Event.  For Every Purchase You Make, Orange County Nc Master Gardener Volunteer Program Will Receive 50% Of The Proceeds!   Funds Go To Support Educational Activities Includin  

OUTSIDERS ART & COLLECTIBLES - Durham’s only gallery focusing on the genre of Southern Outsider Art. 718-C Iredell Street, Durham, NC 27705‎ Pamela Gutlon 919-451-3231 or   -From The Porch: The Paintings of Jake McCord. Opening Reception, Wednesday, Aug 21 5-8p, Exhibit: Wednesday, Aug 21, – Sept. 20.  Live Music by Matt Phillips & Food Trucks. 

PLEIADES GALLERY -109 E Chapel Hill St  Durham, NC 27701 (919) 797-2706 Kim Wheaton

SCRAP EXCHANGE -923 Franklin St., Durham, NC  27701 919-688-6960 -Metamorphosis. Friday, Sept. 20 and runs through October 12.  This exhibit explores creative reuse through the lens of butterflies and the process of metamorphosis and change.   -Free Community Sewing Night, 4th Thursdays, 6-9 p.m.  Sept 26, 6-9p (4th Thursdays).

SPECTRE Arts -Exhibit by Charles Chace. thru October 4.  Closing reception will occur Sept. 20, 6-9p.        

THRU THIS LENS -303 East Chapel Hill Street, Durham, NC 27701 919.687.0250   -Comparative Figures. Opening reception Friday, Sept. 20, 6-9p , On display through November 9.  Photographs by Sam Wang and Bill McAllister. This exhibition features work by two artists and educators that have devoted their lives to photography – both inside the classroom and out.     

TRIANGLE WEAVERS GUILD - Monthly Meeting, Thursday, Sept 26, 7p., Seymour Center, 2551 Homestead Road, Chapel Hill. A nonprofit corporation providing community outreach and shared learning experiences in weaving, dyeing, basketry, felting, spinning, knitting and surface design. Open monthly meetings feature educational programs given by noted a.  -Susan Inglis, founder of  From Over the Mountain. Inglis will present a program on how her company sources handspun cashmere from women  in Afghanistan and how it is making a difference in their lives there.  

UNC GLOBAL -The Awakening: Parallel Worlds. Opening Reception: Thursday, Sept. 26, 5p Exhibit runs from Sept. 2 – Dec 6, weekdays from 8a to 9p and Saturdays from 8a to 4p. “The Awakening: Parallel Worlds” highlights the mixed media composite work of American Indian artist Alyssa Hinton. FedEx Global Education Center 301 Pittsboro Street Chapel Hill, NC 27516 919-962-0318 Laura Griest  Free