Join Kidzu for this Zumba class for the whole family. This fun movement event will incorporate some salsa, cumbia, reggaeton, hip-hop moves letting kids max out on fun and fitness all at the same time. We're excited to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with our community by holding this FREE event.
201 South Estes Dr.Chapel Hill, NC 27514Directions
Over the years Jon Shain has developed and refined his own contemporary version of the Piedmont Blues, a bouncy, energetic style that developed in Shain’s adopted hometown of Durham, NC and elsewhere around the region. On Ordinary Cats, his eighth solo album, Shain doesn’t abandon that sensibility completely, but he does plug it in and crank it up. “I knew I would be playing some electric guitar on this record,” he says. The result is a modern revisiting of the roots-rock (what some now call Americana) sound associated with Stephen Stills and Neil Young, at times. But there is still a generous amount of fingerpicked acoustic guitar from Shain, a former International Blues Challenge finalist in the solo/duo category. Single Admission: $12, Friends Single Admission: $8 Day of Show: $16
300-G East Main StCarrboro, NC 27510Directions
Guest Artist Recital: Works by Jacob, Hartley, and a world premiere by William Price • University of Alabama at Birmingham Arts Trio • Denise Gainey, clarinet; James Zingara, trumpet; Dale Reynolds, piano • 8:00 pm, Hill Hall Auditorium
Hill Hall Auditorium
145 East Cameron AveUNC Chapel Hill, NC 27599Directions
Gravy Boys with Critical Junktion.
DSI Comedy showcases its veteran roster of North Carolina Harold Teams and Training Center students. The Harold is a 30-minute collection of comedic scenes and organic games, a now-famous improv format pioneered by the late Del Close. Tickets $10.
DSI's flagship show features true stories told by a local celebrity or special guest. Those anecdotes inspire a world of captivating scenes, fully improvised by the most aggressive improv comedians in North Carolina. Free.
Join the Occoneechee ranger to see the mountain by canoe. We will be canoeing upstream on the Eno River from the Eno Mountain Road bridge to teh next bridge at Dimmock's Mill Road. We will view Occoneechee Mountain, the old quarry and remains of the railroad that served the quarry. Must be at least 8 years of age. Pre-registration required, Limit 7.
Eno River State Park
6101 Cole Mill Rd.Durham, NC 27705Directions