Calendar of Events, Friday, Sept. 27 - Thursday, Oct 3

Sep. 26, 2013 @ 04:36 PM


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 Oct. 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.     

FIRST COMMUNITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH  - 509 Eno Street, Hillsborough, NC 919-732-6135  Rev. William Richardson   -Annual Women's Day on. Sunday, Sept. 29, 11a. The Theme for the service is "Women In Unity For Christ". The guest preacher for the service will be the Rev. Joyce Daye-Clayton, Associate Minister from New Red Mountain Missionary Baptist Church of Bahama, NC.

HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH  - 9112 Bethe Hickory Grove Church Rd. Chapel Hill, NC 27516. 919-929-4491     -Fitness Ministry. Sept. 30, Oct. 3, twice weekly, Monday, & Thursday, evenings. Fitness classes , low & high impact aerobics routines. Calorie burning , exhilarating, & fun.    

KOSALA MEDITATION CENTER - A non-profit Buddhist meditation center whose aim is to introduce meditation and Buddhist teachings and cultivate inner peace. 711 West Rosemary Street, Suite E, Carrboro (Upstairs above Carrburritos) 919-619-4079 Monica Heiser at   -General Meditation Class. Wednesday, Oct. 2 (every Wednesday),  7-8:30p. No previous experience necessary.     $10 ($8 for students and seniors)  -Meditation 101. Tuesday, Oct. 1, (every Tuesday),  7-8:15p. An introduction to meditation & perfect for beginners to meditation.     Free/donation.

LITTLE RIVER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH -Annual BBQ Dinner. Saturday, Sept. 28 from 4-8 p.m. BBQ pork, chicken and fixin's.  Proceeds will help support Little River's mission work. Schley Grange Hall, Cnr, Hwy 57 & Schley Road, Hurdle Mills.    

MT. SYLVAN UMC -Youth Fundraiser Pumpkin Patch. Oct.1st to 31st, Hours of Operation: Mon-Sat. 9am-7pm, Sunday 1pm-6pm.  5731 N. Roxboro Rd. Durham, NC.  Website:  

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  

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN  -Grief Support Group. Tuesday, Oct. 1, 4:00 to 6p. Growing thru Grief offers a program of grief care and support to all who are grieving the loss of a loved one. Meetings, beginning , will include fellowship, lectures on various aspects of grief, and small group discussions. The program is sponsored by s 1200 West Cornwallis Road. Growing thru Grief is free and open to all. For more information or to preregister, email 919-923-7310. Free

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

Witness Wednesdays -Bible Study With The Rev. William Barber And Greenleaf Christian Church. Wednesday, Oct. 2, Meal At 5:45 and various program tracks begin at 6:30, concluding by 7:30.    -ONA congregation: 20th Anniversary. over the weekend of Sept. 21 and Sept. 22. Open and Affirming (ONA) is the United Church of Christ's (UCC) designation for congregations, campus ministries, and other bodies in the UCC which make a public covenant of welcome into their full life and ministry to persons of all sexual orientations,   -Jen Jones. Saturday, Sept. 21, 9a. Communications Director for Equality NC will address the recent Supreme Court ruling overturning DOMA (Defense of Marriage Act) and how this ruling will affect individuals, families and communities.  There will also be workshops on community and family li   -Rev. Jasmine Beach-Ferrara, Sunday, Sept. 22, 8:45a. UCC Minister and Executive Director of the Campaign for Southern Equality, will be preaching both services (8:45 and 11 am) and will be the guest for the 10 am Adult Forum at United Church of Chapel Hill.   -Monday Noon Book Group, Monday, Sept. 30, (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.  Bring a bag lunch and join in the conversation.   -“State Budget And Taxes”  with Alexandra Forter Sirota, NC Justice Center. Wednesday, Oct. 2, 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     -Benefit" The Good Samaritan Orphanage in Haiti. . Join us in the sanctuary for a musical concert. Sunday, September 29, 2013 at 3:00 PM.      -Bible Discovery Classes resumed this past Wednesday.  We are studying  Baptist beliefs; we are using the book, Baptist Beliefs, by E. Y. Mullins as a study guide.  If you have not obtained your copy, please contact the Church Office at 919-688-8136 to do so - the cost is $10.  .     

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. 30, 8 - 9p (Every Monday).  Westminster Presbyterian Church, 3638 Chapel Hill Road, Durham. 919-596-2915     -Weekly Meeting. Thursday, Oct. 3,7-8p (Every Thursday).  Immanuel Temple Seventh Day Adventist Church, 2102 South Alston Avenue, Durham.  919-383-4236    

DEBTORS ANONYMOUS -Weekly Meeting. Wednesday, Oct. 2, 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. 28, 12-1:30p.  Holy Infant Catholic Church, 5000 Southpark, Durham      -Weekly Meeting. Saturday, Sept. 28, 10-11:30a.  Westminster Presbyterian Church, 3639 Old Chapel Hill Road, Durham      -Weekly Meeting. Saturday, Sept. 28, 10-11a, 10a for newcomers.  Structure House, 3017 Pickett Road, Durham      -Weekly Meeting. Tuesday, Oct. 1, 12-1:30p.  First Presbyterian Church, 305 East Main Street, Durham      -Weekly Meeting. Wednesday, Oct. 2, 12-1:30p.  Holy Infant Catholic Church, 5000 Southpark, Durham      -Weekly Meeting. Thursday, Oct. 3,12-1:30p.  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, Oct. 3, 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. 28, 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.

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, Oct. 1,  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




CARRBORO FARMERS MARKET -Weekly Market. Saturday, Sept. 28, 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. 28, 8 am-noon (every Saturday).  201 S Estes Dr. 919-533-9496  Tuesday, Sept. 24, 3-6 p. (every Tuesday).      

DURHAM FARMERS MARKET -Weekly Market. Saturday, Sept. 28,  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. 28, 8a-12 noon.  Public Market House, 144 E Margaret Lane, Hillsborough   

FEARRINGTON FARMERS MARKET -Weekly Market. Tuesday, Oct. 1, 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. 28, 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. 28, 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, Oct. 3,3:30 – 6:30p.  Market Street,  off U.S. 15-501, Chapel Hill  




PINHOOK  - 117 W Main St  Durham, NC 27701 (919) 667-1100     -Manhattan Short Film Festival. Wednesday, Oct. 2, 7p. 10 short films (under 18 min.) were selected from over 600 entries, and the festival is being shown in 300 cities around the world in the same week. 



NCCU - SCHOOL OF EDUCATION -Fill My BackPack 5K Run/Walk. Saturday, Sept 28, 9a. All proceeds will benefit the Inter-faith food shuttle. 1801 Fayetteville St, Durham,NC 919-530-6842 Register at Dr.Cheresa Clemons Adults $25 until 9/10, $30 after , $35 on race day. NCCU and K-12 students $20 until 9/10, $25 after, $30 on race day

NORTHGATE MALL  -  (919) 923-2791     -Durham College Fair. Sunday, Sept. 29. Representatives of 100 colleges and universities, Two and four-year private and public schools will be on hand from across the state and from as far away as Alabama, Virginia and Massachusetts.  Free

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



BULL’S HEAD BOOKSHOP, UNC campus. Call 919-962-5066. -. Author Events:    -William Ferris. Wednesday, Oct. 2, 3:30p. The Storied South: Voices of Writers and Artists     

CAROLINA CENTER FOR JEWISH STUDIES  - 100 Pettigrew Hall, Suite 100, Campus Box 3152 919-962-1509,    -Faculty Recital: An Afternoon of Yiddish Art Song, Sunday, Sept. 29, 3pm, The Center is pleased to announce this faculty recital by Professor Jeanne Fischer (soprano). She will present Mayn goldener brunem, a recital of Yiddish language art songs. She will be accompanied by faculty colleagues Brent Wissick (cello) and Deborah H Hill Hall Auditorium    

CITY OF DURHAM  -  (919) 560-4123 x 11253 Amy Blalock, Sr. Public Affairs Specialist   -Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week. Oct. 7-11. The City of Durham, in partnership with multiple community, state and federal agencies, will observe MED Week from October 7-11, 2013. MED Week celebrates the achievements of minority entrepreneurs and affirms government, business, and community organizat Online Registration Now Available at; September 27 Registration Deadline    

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. 30, 1p (every second Monday). Durham Regional Hospital hosts a stroke support group the second Monday of each month. The primary purpose of the support group is to educate the stroke survivor, care giver and people in the local community about stroke prevention and stroke disabilities Private Dining Room C at Duke Regional Hospital.    

DUKE DIVINITY SCHOOL -Seamus Heaney, (1939-2013). Tuesday, Oct. 1, 4p. A Poetry Reading to honor Irish poet and Nobel laureate. Readers will include President Richard H. Brodhead Goodson Chapel     Free and open to the public.

FAMILY ADVOCACY NETWORK (FAN) -QPR: Suicide Prevention Training. Saturday, Sept. 28, 9a  to 12:00noon, at. a nationally renowned certification training teaching participants how to effectively question, persuade and refer someone at-risk of committing suicide. Freedom House Recovery Center, 102 New Stateside Drive, Chapel Hill. 919.942.8083, ext. 2 or Julie Bailey, FAN Program Director 

FLYLEAF BOOKS  - 752 MLK Jr. Blvd., Chapel Hill 919-942-7936.    -Robin Sloan discusses his novel Mr. Penumbra's 24 Hour Bookstore (paperback release). Friday Sept. 27, 2013.    -A Community of Memory. Saturday Sept. 28, 2013. Life Story Writing Workshop for Senior Citizens with Rebekah L. Cowell   -An evening with Jeffery Deaver to launch his new thriller The October List . Presented by Kobo e-readers and e-books and Flyleaf Books. Tuesday Oct. 1, 2013.    -Sacrificial Poets Touchstones Open Mic. Wednesday Oct. 02, 6:30p (first Wednesdays).    -Steven Brust & Skyler White discuss & sign their urban fantasy novel The Incrementalists. Wednesday Oct. 2, 7p.    -Pre-School Story Time. Thursday Oct. 3, 2013.      

NC WRITER’S NETWORK – DURHAM COUNTY  -   -DURHAM VOICES CREATIVE WRITING GROUP. Oct. 1, 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 

ORANGE CO. LIBRARIES -Northern Orange Community Resource Fair. Saturday, Sept. 28. Sponsors:  New Sharon UMC, the Orange County Public Library, Orange County Dept. on Aging, and Orange County Schools. The mission of this group is “To connect the rural community of Northern Orange County to services and resources that will decrease socio 137 W Margaret Lane, Hillsborough, NC 27278 (919) 245-2529  Andrea F. Tullos (

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. 29, 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, Oct. 6, 7-9p.    -Chapel Hill Town Council9/27. Sunday, Oct. 13, 7-9p.   

SENIOR PHARM-ASSIST -Preparing Medicare beneficiaries for 2014. Monday, Sept. 30, at 11 a.m.; Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 2 p.m.; and Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 10 a.m. Annual election period is Oct. 15 through Dec. 7, Medicare beneficiaries can get timely information about potential changes in Medicare and the 2014 annual election period the theater at the Durham Center for Senior Life, 406 Rigsbee Ave , Durham   

SHARED LEARNING ASSOCIATION -The Role of Today's Military. Friday, Sept. 27, 11a. Richard H. Kohn, Professor Emeritus of History, UNC Chapel Hill, will present September's Gray Lindgren Lecture Celebration Assembly of God Church, 114 Weaver Dairy Rd. [near Erwin].    

SISTERS NETWORK TRIANGLE NC -Gift For Life Block Walk. Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013 from 9a to 2p. The purpose of this event is to collaborate with organizations and community groups to coordinate the promotion of breast health awareness in the African American Community. 401 N. Driver Street, Durham or call 919-490-1571.   

ST. MATTHEW’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH  - St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 210 St. Mary’s Road, Hillsborough, NC 27278 919-732-9308  $15  -Allan Gurganus Reading & Book Signing. Friday, Sept. 27, 7p. Local Souls. His first book in a decade, Local Souls, returns to Falls, NC, mythic site of Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All. 

THE REGULATOR BOOKSHOP  - 720 9th St  Durham, NC 27705 (919) 286-2700  



ARTSCENTER  - 300-G East Main St - Carrboro, NC 27510 | 919-929-2787 [Call/check web for times]   -Elizabeth (“Libba”) Cotton: Saturday, Sept. 28, celebration of the life and music of National Heritage Fellow. Events will begin with unveiling the new NC State Historical Marker indicating her birthplace on East Main Street by the tracks at 3 PM and then move to the West End Theater of The ArtsCenter   -Geoff Muldaur and Jim Kweskin. Wednesday, Oct. 2, 8p, two greats of the American folk music scene, are touring together once more for a series of unforgettable shows.      $22 General Advance, $18 Friends Advance, and $26 Day of Show.

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). Oct. 3, (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. 30, (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. Oct. 1, (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. 27,  6-8p.      

CARRBORO MUSIC FESTIVAL -Sixteenth Annual! Sunday, Sept. 29, 1p. Numerous styles of music! The event features 25 venues throughout downtown Carrboro with over 180 musical acts. The Town Commons will showcase specialty food and craft vendors as well as children’s participatory games offered by the Kidzu Children's Muse  919-260-0661.  

CAROLINA THEATRE  - 309 West Morgan St., Durham, NC 919-560-3030     -Terence Blanchard & The John Brown Big Band. Saturday, Sept. 21, 8p.    -Ani DiFranco. Friday, Sept. 27 / 8p. A folkie in punk's clothing, Ani DiFranco battled successfully against corporate rock to emerge as an influential cult heroine of the 1990s. A resolute follower of D.I.Y. ethos, DiFranco released her records through her own indie label, Righteous Babe.   -Anthony Jeselnik. Saturday, Sept. 28, 7p.      

CASBAH  - 1007 W Main St  Durham, NC 27701 (919) 687-6969    -Ironing Board Sam. Fri, Sep 27, 8p.      $8 Adv/$10 Day Of Show  -Ricardo Diquez & The Tropic Orquestra. Sat, Sep 28, 9p. Latin Dance Night At Casbah!     : $8 Advance, $10 Day Of Show  -Sweet Pea & Friends Drag Show. Thurs Oct 3, 10:00p.      $5/$7

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    -ALABAMA. Saturday, Sep 28 , 8p. Back to the Bowery Tour - Celebrating 40 Years   -Faculty Recital. Sunday, Sept 29. Baroque works by Telemann, J.S. Bach, Rameau, and others. : Rebecca Troxler, flute; Barbara Krumdieck, cello; Elaine Funaro, harpsichord Nelson Music Room, East Duke Building, Duke University, Durham. 3 pm.    Free.

DURHAM JAZZ WORKSHOP  - 4608 L Industry Lane, Durham, 27713    -JAZZ JAM every Sunday. Sunday, Sept. 29, 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  

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.    -Anthony Neff with Adam Lane & Jeff Mullins. Monday, Sept. 30,  9p (Doors at 8:30).  

MELLOW MUSHROOM -Jazzbeau. Tuesday, Oct. 1, 8-10p (every Tuesday).  310 West Franklin Street, Chapel Hill    

MOTORCO MUSIC HALL  - 723 Rigsbee Ave, Durham. 919-901-0875 -People’s Alliance Election Kick-Off party! Friday, Sept. 27, 6p – 9p. Come out for a night of music by the BilliTones, and speeches by Tim Tyson and Mandy Carter to launch our 2013 Campaign to Keep Durham Progressive!     

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. 27   8-11pm.    -Live music with Isabel Taylor, Tom Ed White & Cara Bonnett. Saturday Sept. 28  8:00-11p.    -Alien Love Child Rev. Yolanda Drag Queen Reverend Chat n Sing – FREE!. Sunday Sept. 29, Oasis 7-9 pm.    -Improve Your Health & Lifestyle with Sandy Colling-Mooney. Monday Sept. 30 7:00-7p.    -Plant Spirit Medicine:Connecting to the Wisdom of the Plants with Alison Gayek. Tuesday Oct. 1 7:00-7p.    -Infusing Native American Wisdom in Our Daily Lives. Wednesday Oct. 2 7:00-7:45. with Oasis founder Robert Roskind author of The Beauty Path, A Native American Journey Into One Love     

PAPA MOJO’S ROADHOUSE  - Greenwood Commons Shopping Center, 5410-Y N.C. 55, Durham. 361-2222,    -Brett Chambers and the Usual Suspects. Oct. 3 (every Wednesday night) with a great open mic night.      $8 Cover  -Tom Principato. Friday, Sept 27.      $15 Adv/$20/$18 Blues Society Members Dos  -Tornado Blues Band. Saturday, Sept 28.      $8  -Buckwheat Zydeco. Thursday, Oct 3, 8:30p.      $25

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. Oct. 2, (every Wednesday), 6-8:30p . Legendary tenor singer and former member of The Bluegrass Experience 2510 University Drive, Durham 919.402.4227   No cover.

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   -The Musical, Back to High School. Saturday, Sept. 28,  8p. FatMouth Improv presents. Join the cast of FatMouth and special guest pianist Glenn Mehrbach, for improvised scenes, songs, and believe it or not, dancing!   $10

HILLSBOROUGH ARTS COUNCIL  - 102 N Churton St Hillsborough  

MANBITESDOG THEATRE  - 703 Foster Street.Durham. 919.682.3343.  No reservations needed.  -Cock  - Regional Premiere. Oct. 3 - 19, 2013. by Mike Bartlett, directed by Jeff Storer. The claws are out and feathers will fly!

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  

PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY COMPANY  - Paul Green Theatre in UNC’s Department for Dramatic Art on Country Club Road.      -The Mountaintop. by Katori Hall. Sept 18-Oct 6. Previews are Sept 18-20; opening night is Saturday, Sept 21. Reviewers are welcome at any performance beginning Sept 21. Show times will be 7:30p  Tuesdays through Saturdays and Sunday, Sept. 29; 2p  Sundays and Saturday, Oct 5. “The Mountaintop” is a co-production with Triad Stage in Greensboro, combining the artistic forces of two of North Carolina’s leading theater companies.



ART MARKET AT VEGA METALS -. Saturday, Sept. 28.  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 -. Oct. 3, (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    

CENTER FOR DOCUMENTARY STUDIES  - Center for Documentary Studies, 1317 W. Pettigrew St.,    -One Place: Paul Kwilecki and Four Decades of Photographs from Decatur County, Georgia. thru Oct. 5.    -Tiksi Opens At Cds / Acclaimed Series By Photographer Evgenia Arbugaeva. thru January 11 / Porch and University Galleries.    -Is Photography Over? / Visiting Artist Jim Dow Addresses The Question In A Public Talk. Monday, Sept. 30, 5 p.m.  Full Frame Theater, Power Plant Building, American Tobacco Campus / 320 Blackwell St., Durham, North Carolina    -Harvey Stein. Friday, Sept. 27, 6–9 p.m. / Talk and book signing by photographer  Center for Documentary Studies / 1317 West Pettigrew St., Durham, North Carolina / Kreps and Lyndhurst Galleries, Center for Documentary Studies    

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. 28st, 6 – 8p Display: thru Sept. 30, Thurs – Sun, noon – 6p, A selection of The Art Institute of Raleigh Durham graduates photography portfolios consisting of abstract still life, conceptual/on-location portraits, military homecomings, and interactive 3D imagery.     

DUKE HOMESTEAD  - Duke Homestead State Historic Site, 2828 Duke Homestead Road, Durham, N.C. 27705 919-477-5498  

DUKE GARDENS  - Sarah P. Duke Gardens, 420 Anderson St. (919) 668-1707. Orla Swift  -Nature Ranger Cart, Friday, September 27, 11a                -Sarah P. Duke Gardens Fall Plant Sale, Saturday, September 28, 9a.  -Walk on the Wild Side,  Thursday, October 03, 11a

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,  -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 CENTRAL PARK  - Durham Central Park Grace Garden • 501 Foster Street, Durham   -"Trucks from the Market". Sunday, Sept. 29, 6:00 - 8p. Fifteen food trucks from DCP's wildly popular Food Truck Rodeos have agreed to help create an event like no other. Limited to 125 tickets holders and their guests, diners will have the opportunity to sample the offerings of some of the best food trucks.     

ENO GALLERY  - 100 South Churton St. Hillsborough NC 27278 gallery 919-883-1415    -Symphonic Dreamscapes. thru Sept. 29. Vicki Grants Dreamscapes incorporate low voltage and fiber optic lighting within her intriguing wall sculptures

WEST POINT ON ENO  - West Point on the Eno Park, 5101 North Roxboro Road, Durham. 919-471-1623, option 2  Jessica Leff,   -Landscapes, Pods, and Picture Books. thru Oct. 27, Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5PM. selected paintings and sketches from Durham artist Annette deFerrari will be on display at the Hugh Mangum Museum of Photography from 2013.   The Museum is open  sponsored by the City of Durham Parks and Recreation Department: Hugh Mangum Museum of Photography located in West Point on the Eno Park and Beth Highley at 919-471-1623, option 1, or   

FRANK GALLERIES  - #109 E Franklin St  Chapel Hill, NC 27514 (919)730.6130     -Laura Murphy Frankstone, painting and Sasha Bakaric, ceramics. Friday, Sept. 27, 7p. An exhibition of paintings by Laura Murphy Frankstone and works in clay by Sasha Bakaric.     

GOLF TOURNEY -Jesse Boston Classic. Saturday, Sept. 28, at 9 am at the. Sponsor: The Durham Alumni Chapter of Saint Augustine’s University. To raise scholarship funds for Saint Augustine’s University. Hillandale Golf Course, Durham   For further information contact John Harris Jr., at (919) 621-5976 or Pam Banks at (919) 471-4059.  $85/golfer. There will be two players per team, captain’s choice.

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    -Capturing Light” – paintings by Lolette Guthrie and Eduardo Lapetina,  blown glass by Pringle Teetor. Friday, Sept. 27 from 6-9pm, exhibit thru Oct. 20.      

HORACE WILLIAMS HOUSE  - 610 East Rosemary St., Chapel Hill, NC  27514 (919) 942-7818   Preservation Chapel Hill  -   -Art Exhibition-. Reception:  Sunday, Sept. 29, from 2-4p, Exhibit: thru Sept. 29. Bonnie Melton, paintings and Evelyn Ward, ceramics.     

MERCURY STUDIO  - 407-A North Mangum Street, Durham NC 27701  |  919.381.6306      -Listening Room: Blanko Basnet - Joe Hall of Hammer No More The Fingers and his new project. Friday, Sept. 27.      

NC PRIDE PARADE -Upsidedown Kid Space at NC Pride. Sept. 28,  11am. Upsidedown is an LGBTIQ-affirming advocacy and support program for all youth ages 12 and under. Upsidedown meets every other Sunday in Durham in addition to hosting special workshops such as self-defense classes. Duke's East Campus 919-923-7884 Amy Glaser,

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. Exhibit: thru Sept. 27.

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

ROUGEMONT RURITAN -Spaghetti Dinner. Friday Sept 27, 5-8 PM. Benefit- Community Projects, features Chef Craig's Special Sauce 212 Bacon Road, Rougemont     $8 Adults, Children half price.

SCRAP EXCHANGE  - 923 Franklin St., Durham, NC  27701 919-688-6960    -Metamorphosis. Thru Oct. 12. This exhibit explores creative reuse through the lens of butterflies and the process of metamorphosis and change.   -Free Community Knitting Night. Oct. 3, 6-9p (1and 3 Thursdays).  

SPECTRE Arts -Exhibit by Charles Chace. thru Oct. 4, Closing reception on Sept. 27, 6-9p.      

SUSTAIN-A-BULL -Small Business Networking Event. Thursday, Oct. 3, 6:30-8p. will be hosting a This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided. Please join us to meet other local business owners and explore this amazing, historic home! Durham Spirits Company, 311 E. Trinity Ave.  

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.     

STATEWIDE FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL -Folklife Summit. Sept. 26-27, 2013 in Chapel Hill, NC. Strong Roots and Folklife Futures The North Carolina Folklife Institute, the North Carolina Folklore Society, and UNC Chapel Hill’s Folklore program in the Department of American Studies have joined together to host the summit. Joy Salyers, the Executive Director of the North Carolina Folklife Institute.   -Traditional Makers Fair. 10a-5p, Carrboro Elementary School. Celebrate old and new traditions of craft and talk to dozens of makers including celebrated Seagrove potter Sid Luck. Purchase traditional NC products, learn about how something’s made, or try your own hand at a new skill.   -Traditional Foodways for Modern Health. 10a-5p, Carrboro Elementary School. Learn about healthy living from the ways North Carolina communities have traditionally gardened, prepared and preserved food products, used food as medicine, and created stories, rituals, and customs about foodways’ place in families and communities.   -Special Foodways Workshops. Cliff’s Meat Market, 2p, Owner Cliff will demonstrate ways our diverse communities use the same cut of meat differently.  Open Eye Café, 11:00am and 1:00pm, Coffee roasting demonstrations      -Documentary Film Series. 11a-5p, The Station. Documentary screenings of North Carolina’s traditions and folkways curated by Tom Rankin, folklorist and former director of Duke’s Center of Documentary Studies.   -Sprout Wings and Fly Q&A with Cece Conway. 3p.    -Dance. 10a-3p, Century Center and throughout town. Experience folk dance traditions featuring the Green Grass Cloggers from Greenville NC, flatfooting workshop with live music, breakdancing with Style of Motion and dancers from the Cambodian Cultural Center.   -Special preview of the Carrboro Music Festival provided by Carrboro Recreation and Parks. 2p-6p, Carrboro Town Commons.   2p  Barleycorn & Rye - Irish & Americana, 3p.            The Mighty Gospel Inspirations - African-American Gospel, 4p    Mary Rocap, Lise Uyanik, Charlie Ebel, & Bob Mutter -  Harmonious Folk   , 5p           Charles Pettee and Friends - Country & Bluegrass   -Relax and unwind to some great music and enjoy the Festival Food Truck Rodeo at 1:00pm with Captain Poncho’s, LocoPops, Parlez-Vous Crepe and C.J.’s Street Food.    -Visual Arts. ArtsCenter, North Carolina Crafts Gallery & Carrboro Elementary School.  North Carolina Textiles: The Fabric of a State, ArtsCenter (currently on display) -Libba Cotten in Photographs, ArtsCenter (Sept. 28 only)   - Seagrove Pottery and Fiber Art, North Carolina Crafts Gallery (currently on display- Pottery by Dan Triece of Seagrove, NC and fiber art by local artist Ali Givens) -        On the Street Tattoo Documentation, (Sep 28 only – have your tattoo photographed and tell its story! Courtesy of the Folklore Program, Dept. of American Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill)   - ·        NC Language and Life Project Exhibit, Carrboro Elementary School (Sept. 28 only -     

UNC GLOBAL -The Awakening: Parallel Worlds. Opening Reception: Thursday, Oct. 3, 5p Exhibit runs from Sept. 2 – Dec 6, weekdays from 8a to 9p and Saturdays from 8a to 4p. 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

UNC LIBRARIES  -    Liza Terll, Friends of the Library Free and open to the public  -Sor Juana, the First Feminist of the New World (Hispanic Heritage Month Lecture). Tuesday, Oct. 1, 5p.  Wilson Special Collections Library, Pleasants Family Assembly Room