EVENTS

EVENTS

Nov
29
Thu
Create and Connect with Triangle WiSTEM – afterhours networking and a painting experience @ Pinot's Palette
Nov 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Join and grow our community of Women in STEM in the Triangle by attending our Triangle WiSTEM after work meetup Thursday, November 29th, at Pinot’s Palette Brier Creek. The painting fun begins promptly at 6:30, with time before and during to make new friends, build relationships and network with intention. Wine, beer and soft drinks will be available for purchase; please eat beforehand. Everyone takes home a masterpiece and new connections!

Dec
4
Tue
Listening Session: Sexual Assault @ South Regional Library Durham County Library
Dec 4 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Carolina Public Press is embarking on a potential statewide reporting project related to sexual assault in North Carolina. Please join our award-winning team for a free public meeting on this topic.

At this listening session, our independent, in-depth and investigative nonprofit news organization will convene an off-the-record, public discussion among survivors, advocates, law enforcement and legal experts with journalists considering when, where and how to cover issues related to sexual assault across the state.

We want to know what issues are being covered well, what questions need to be answered, and how prosecutors and the courts are handling cases across the state.

Our team will be on hand to listen to your stories, experiences, thoughts and expertise as we develop a potential statewide investigative reporting project in collaboration with other news organizations across the state.

The event is free and open to the public.

This listening session is the latest in a series of free, public community listening sessions organized by Carolina Public Press, whose staff will visit various parts of North Carolina throughout the next year to connect with readers, donors, volunteers and content-sharing partners on specific issues, concerns and questions facing our local, regional and statewide community.

For more information, please contact News and Community Partnerships Manager Stephanie Carson

Dec
9
Sun
WHODUNNIT- Crime Mystery @ Movement Mortgage
Dec 9 all-day

Marc, a downtown Durham homeowner goes missing. His Realtor, Toni, knows her client wouldn’t abandon his home while it’s on the market. The painter, Ron was the last person to be seen at the home. Toni reports Marc missing and hires Don, a PI. There is no sign of a struggle in Marc’s home, and the police suspect he simply abandoned the home. That is until Don discovers Marc’s gym bag, keys and wallet in a trash can a few blocks from his home. Unfortunately, Ron is unavailable for questioning because he is also missing…
Please register on eventbrite.
Come out and enjoy games, trivia and a crime solving mystery with Real Estate professionals.

Dec
12
Wed
2018 Legislative Forum & Holiday Reception @ Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
Dec 12 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Join the Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce, elected officials, and industry leaders for the 2018 Legislative Forum and Holiday Reception. The forum will be followed by a cocktail reception featuring an open bar and buffet.

Come hear from North Carolina Secretary of Commerce Anthony Copeland how the state’s new legislative makeup will translate into our economic outlook.

The Duke Energy Citizen of the Year Award will be presented.

Interested in sponsorship opportunities? Contact Tiffany Malory at tmalory@durhamchamber.org.

Dec
15
Sat
Art Therapy Institute’s I Heart Art 2019 – Volunteer Interest Meeting @ Bean Traders
Dec 15 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

ATI’s biggest fundraiser of the year, I Heart Art, will take place on March 3, 2019 at The Great Room at Top of the Hill. There are a number of volunteer opportunities for this event, one of which is helping with our silent auction. Come hear more about what the silent auction committee entails (hint: it’s like shopping for awesome prizes without the debt) over some coffee at Bean Traders in Durham on Dec. 15 at 11AM.

We will go over the timeline, logistics of the event, and responsibilities of silent auction committee members.

Sign up below, so we know how many seats to save!
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Dec
21
Fri
Happy Hour at Vert & Vogue with Marjorie Hodges of NCMA @ Vert & Vogue
Dec 21 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

On Friday December 21st, 5:30 – 6:30 pm, enjoy Happy Hour at Vert & Vogue with its special guest, Marjorie Hodges. Marjorie is the dynamic Director of External Relations and Special Projects at the North Carolina Museum of Art. She’s built an exciting life and career around her passion for the arts and culture. Through reaching out and partnering with others, she’s co-created inspiring experiences for our community and beyond. Join the conversation as Marjorie talks about the power of collaboration. As always, drinks are on the house!