Join Northgate Mall and NC MomsRising at the 7th annual MLK Birthday Celebration.
Families are invited to Durham for a giant kid-focused birthday party to honor and celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King on MLK Day.
Event activities include free English/Spanish story times, arts and crafts, kids’ Zumba, drumming performance, interactive activities, service projects such as a food and clothes drive benefiting Urban Ministries, and birthday cake as we celebrate Dr. King’s life and legacy in a way that kids can understand. This event is free and appropriate for ages 0-100.
An exhibit of nearly 2000 clay penguins created by 400+ participants as a community art project intended to make the distant impacts of global warming tangible. Most penguins originated in the NC Triangle area, but contributions to the exhibit come from as far west as Arizona and as far east as Spain and Germany. The show runs through February 11.
Elodie Farms is a historic 1910s tobacco farm turned goat dairy located in the beautiful Piedmont region of North Carolina, about 25 minutes north of Durham. Our farm is home to a small herd of mixed-breed dairy goats that browse happily on 17+ acres of pasture amidst hundred-year old trees, old tobacco barns and a natural lake. We hold farm dinners on the second weekend of the every month. Our menu, prepared by our house chef and owner, Ted Domville, is locally-sourced and prepared on-site.
Come meet our goats, taste our delicious cheese, and enjoy a scrumptious locally-sourced menu on our beautiful farm.
Saturday, February 11th at 5PM
5-course menu, $70 per person. B.Y.O.B.
We will offer coffee and tea with dessert
Get your tickets at www.elodiefarms.com,
the Durham Farmer’s Market (Saturdays 10-noon),
or by phone at (919) 479-4606
Mark Gordon’s ceramic and mixed-media sculptures, shown in “Material of Invention,” echo ancient vessels, architectural fragments, bio morphology, or are composed of the simple, juxtaposition of three-dimensional geometries. In them, Gordon considers and develops his impressions of many modes of clay work – from brick making to primitive and contemporary pottery – that he gathered in places as disparate as the Dominican Republic, Egypt, Spain, Brazil and New Zealand. Through April 15.
A reception for the artist will be held on Third Friday.
Join Durham Arts Council to enjoy face painting, special character guests, and live entertainment while learning about local kid-focused programs and activities.
Bites of Bull City and Southern Food and Drink are teaming up to bring you a fun behind-the-scenes “Taste & Sip” tour of historic Brightleaf Square in downtown Durham. On this easy walking tour, guests will experience several Brightleaf Square/Main Street mainstays as well as get an introduction to several brand new restaurants and shops making a name for themselves in the area. Purchase tickets early for what’s sure to be a fun and delicious afternoon mingling and dining at EIGHT local stops!
Have you been harassed at work? Could you possibly be creating a hostile work environment? Are you an employer who needs to know maintaining a non-hostile work environment? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to attend the next Legal Sips.
Legal Sips offers a dynamic discussion about legal issues that allows attendees to interact with members of the legal community and pose questions while enjoying a signature cocktail.
Harassment in the workplace is the theme for the March 28th Legal Sips. Attorneys Valerie Johnson and Leto Copeley will sit down with host Mavis Gragg to discuss your rights when you are harassed in the workplace or if you have been accused of harassment at work.
The event is free and open to the public.
Join Housing for New Hope in celebrating 25 years of service to the Durham community at our 2017 Annual Breakfast. This year we will be honoring the past, present, and future of our wonderful organization and would love for you to be a part of it. You can participate in a number of ways:
1. Be our guest! This free event will give you a stronger understanding and appreciation of how we serve the homeless in Durham.
2. Be a Table Host! Bring yourself and 7 guests who are interested in homelessness prevention.
3. Be an Event Host! Varying sponsorship levels are available for you to contribute to our annual celebration.
We are looking forward to seeing you there. Seats are limited to 200 and we are expecting a full house. Make sure to RSVP today!
Grab a leash and join Animal Protection Society of Durham on May 20th for the 1.5 mile walk around Duke University East Campus to raise funds to help homeless animals in Durham. Every year, APS of Durham cares for approximately 5,000 animals who are homeless, abandoned, neglected or abused. We provide basic necessities, meet medical needs and give a voice for the animals in our care and those who will be with us tomorrow. Join us and help give Durham animals the second chance they deserve!