EVENTS

EVENTS

May
17
Wed
Miles for Mothers @ Wherever you run, walk, bike or swim
May 17 all-day

Mali Health has partnered with Durham’s Racery to host a virtual race supporting mothers in Mali and celebrating mothers everywhere in the month of May.

It’s a virtual race: just do your normal exercise at home and add your miles to Racery’s online platform. Every time you record miles, you’ll make progress on your virtual route in Mali. You can race to the finish or go at your own pace – our race is open to everyone!

All proceeds will support mothers in Mali, in the very same communities you’re racing through. Your support will provide them with maternal and primary healthcare and empower them in community savings groups. You’ll do so much good for mothers – all with your regular workouts! Sign up today.

Questions? Contact Tara at tara@malihealth.org

Happy Mother’s Day!

Parallel Play @ Hillsborough Gallery of Arts
May 17 all-day

Paintings by Ellie Reinhold, sculpture by Jason Smith, pottery by Evelyn Ward. April 24 – May 21. Opening reception during Hillsborough’s Last Friday Art Walk, April 28th 6-9pm. Founded in 2006, the Hillsborough Gallery of Arts is owned & operated by 21 artists and features painting, sculpture, photography, glass art, jewelry, wood, pottery & fiber art. Hours: 10-6 Mon–Th, 10-8 Fri & Sat, 11-6 Sun.

Parizade Spring Music Series @ Parizade
May 17 all-day

Please join us this Spring for an incredible line-up of local musicians to serenade you on
Thursday and Friday nights at Parizade! From 6:00pm-9:00pm a variety of musical talent to accompany Parizade’s bold flavors. From powerful jazz and soul, to complex classical spanish guitar, to bolder pop-rock, we have the right notes for any occassion. See the full line-up in the graphic above or visit the parizade website here. Reserve your seats today by calling (919) 286-9712!

3.9 Alex Gordez – Spanish guitar
3.17 Will McBride – Jazz-rock-pop
3.23 Alex Gordez – Spanish guitar
3.31 Jo Gore – Soul & jazz
4.6 Alex Gordez – Spanish guitar
4.14 Steve Hobbs & Paul Ingbretsen – jazz duo
4.20 Alex Gordez – Spanish guitar
4.28 TBA – check our website
5.4 & 5.18 Alex Gordez – Spanish guitar
5.26 Jo Gore – Soul & jazz

The Music Makers art exhibit by Pleiades Gallery member artists @ Pleiades Gallery
May 17 all-day

Inspired by Art of the Cool and Moogfest, The Music Makers is a music-themed exhibit by Pleiades member artists.

Tidal Visions art exhibit by featured Pleiades glass artist Teddy Devereux @ Pleiades Gallery
May 17 all-day

Inspired by the beauty and allure of the sea coast, this exhibit seeks to remind viewers of the need to advocate for and take care of the coastal environment.

May
18
Thu
Back Porch Music on the Lawn @ American Tobacco Campus
May 18 all-day

American Tobacco Campus and WUNC-FM 91.5’s free concert series returns to the lawn beneath the Lucky Strike Tower Thursday nights from May until September. Bring your dogs, coolers and a picnic, or let restaurants make a meal for you and enjoy folk-rock, honky-tonk, bluegrass and more from bands and artists including Tellico with Skylar Gudasz and Billy Strings with Whiskey Shivers.

Miles for Mothers @ Wherever you run, walk, bike or swim
May 18 all-day

Mali Health has partnered with Durham’s Racery to host a virtual race supporting mothers in Mali and celebrating mothers everywhere in the month of May.

It’s a virtual race: just do your normal exercise at home and add your miles to Racery’s online platform. Every time you record miles, you’ll make progress on your virtual route in Mali. You can race to the finish or go at your own pace – our race is open to everyone!

All proceeds will support mothers in Mali, in the very same communities you’re racing through. Your support will provide them with maternal and primary healthcare and empower them in community savings groups. You’ll do so much good for mothers – all with your regular workouts! Sign up today.

Questions? Contact Tara at tara@malihealth.org

Happy Mother’s Day!

Moogfest @ Various Venues
May 18 – May 21 all-day

A synthesis of music, art and technology, festival-goers can engage in talks, presentations and workshops – including
a Michael Stipe installation – that explore how emerging sonic technologies can influence change. At night, ticketholders head to downtown venues to watch cutting-edge electronic bands perform.

Parallel Play @ Hillsborough Gallery of Arts
May 18 all-day

Paintings by Ellie Reinhold, sculpture by Jason Smith, pottery by Evelyn Ward. April 24 – May 21. Opening reception during Hillsborough’s Last Friday Art Walk, April 28th 6-9pm. Founded in 2006, the Hillsborough Gallery of Arts is owned & operated by 21 artists and features painting, sculpture, photography, glass art, jewelry, wood, pottery & fiber art. Hours: 10-6 Mon–Th, 10-8 Fri & Sat, 11-6 Sun.

Parizade Spring Music Series @ Parizade
May 18 all-day

Please join us this Spring for an incredible line-up of local musicians to serenade you on
Thursday and Friday nights at Parizade! From 6:00pm-9:00pm a variety of musical talent to accompany Parizade’s bold flavors. From powerful jazz and soul, to complex classical spanish guitar, to bolder pop-rock, we have the right notes for any occassion. See the full line-up in the graphic above or visit the parizade website here. Reserve your seats today by calling (919) 286-9712!

3.9 Alex Gordez – Spanish guitar
3.17 Will McBride – Jazz-rock-pop
3.23 Alex Gordez – Spanish guitar
3.31 Jo Gore – Soul & jazz
4.6 Alex Gordez – Spanish guitar
4.14 Steve Hobbs & Paul Ingbretsen – jazz duo
4.20 Alex Gordez – Spanish guitar
4.28 TBA – check our website
5.4 & 5.18 Alex Gordez – Spanish guitar
5.26 Jo Gore – Soul & jazz

The Music Makers art exhibit by Pleiades Gallery member artists @ Pleiades Gallery
May 18 all-day

Inspired by Art of the Cool and Moogfest, The Music Makers is a music-themed exhibit by Pleiades member artists.

Tidal Visions art exhibit by featured Pleiades glass artist Teddy Devereux @ Pleiades Gallery
May 18 all-day

Inspired by the beauty and allure of the sea coast, this exhibit seeks to remind viewers of the need to advocate for and take care of the coastal environment.

North Carolina Quilt Symposium 2017- Quilt Show @ William Peace University
May 18 @ 1:00 pm – May 20 @ 6:00 pm

North Carolina Quilt Symposium 2017 is a quilt extravaganza! It features quilt classes and a beautiful quilt show with over 200 beautiful quilts on display as well as a vendor mall. There is also a “Day of Fun” ticket offered, which includes admission to the quilt show, a quilt related lecture and lunch, all on the same day for $43.00!

I Am Jazz Book Discussion @ Levin Jewish Community Center
May 18 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Support transgender youth! Join us for a reading of I Am Jazz, a book by transgender teen and Human Rights Campaign Foundation Youth Ambassador Jazz Jennings.

Be part of something big! Communities across the nation will be reading this book together on May 18! Last year, it was even read on the floor of the US House of Representatives.

Discussion to follow. Free and open to the community, no RSVP required.

After Hours Early Summer @ Weaver Street Market - Carrboro
May 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Free music on Thursday nights through June 29 on our lawn in Carrboro. Bring a picnic or chairs. Music from 6pm-8pm. There’s plenty of parking at Fitch Lumber on North Greensboro Street and at the municipal lots on South Greensboro and West Weaver Streets. The band schedule is posted on the event page on our website (click on the specific event): http://www.weaverstreetmarket.coop/events/