The 2013 Birdhouses on Parade, The Carolina Inn’s 12th annual celebration of spring taking place from March 23-April 9, features one-of-a-kind birdhouses and feeders crafted by 17 different North Carolina artists. The event begins Saturday, March 23, with the opening of this year’s birdhouse displays. Drop by anytime to enjoy artist creations from Art Lituchy, Bosetti Art Tile, Dwellings, Gerry Mittelstadt, Hebo’s Folkart Shop, Jack Riehl, Mark Burnham, Nest Dwellings, Old South BirdHouse Company, RSS Woodworks, Shawn Hobbs Designs, Sierra Terra Cotta, Silver Palate Feeders, The Tin Heart, Tim Buckley, Willow Spring Birdhouse Company and Wyldeheart Design. Free.
211 Pittsboro StreetChapel Hill, NC 27516Directions
Enter the tantalizing world of The Kit Kat Klub in 1930s Berlin, where beguiling, self-destructive chanteuse Sally Bowles lives with no thought for tomorrow. One of the defining musicals of all time, Cabaret intertwines social history with dazzling entertainment in new and dangerous ways. The decadence of a Weimar nightclub becomes a shattered mirror reflecting a society spiraling toward disaster with the rise of Hitler’s Nazis. Hosted with lascivious charm by the Emcee, played by Obie Award-winning Taylor Mac (PRC2 The Young Ladies Of…). Tickets start at $15.
PlayMakers Repertory Company
Center for Dramatic Art, 150 Country Club RdChapel Hill, NC 27599-3235Directions
Come by Beer Study on Tuesday, April 9th starting at 5pm to taste a taproom exclusive: Big Boss’s Elderberry Saucy Pants Cask! A saison, Saucy Pants is a spicy and fruity Belgian ale that is sure to satisfy. Brewed with local Elderberry juice by Norm’s Farms, this tasty beer will be the perfect way to top off your Tuesday and help bring in the beautiful weather of Spring. It’s supposed to be 80 degrees on Tuesday–let’s toast to that!
106A North Graham StChapel Hill, NC 27516Directions
The UNC Institute invites you to a reading, talk, and book signing with author Jay Erskine Leutze of "Stand Up That Mountain". Location: Tate-Turner-Kuralt Building at 325 Pittsboro Street, UNC Campus, Chapel Hill, NC, 27599. (parking available beginning at 5:00 PM underneath the FedEx Global Education Center) STAND UP THAT MOUNTAIN: The Battle to Save One Small Community in the Wilderness Along the Appalachian Trail by Jay Leutze (Scribner), is a classic underdog tale and the true story — akin to A Civil Action—of an outdoorsman living alone in Western North Carolina who teams up with his neighbors to save a treasured mountain and section of the Appalachian trail from being destroyed. This event is free and open to the public. EVENT CONTACT: Katie Hall, UNC Institute for the Environment: email@example.com
UNC Student Store & Bulls Head Bookshop
207 South Road (Daniels Building, UNC Campus)UNC Chapel Hill, NC 27599Directions