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Events


  • Jan

    28

    Lollipop Series

    Captain Jim…Magician. The Captain's performances are like a good movie, gripping, keeping you on the edge of your seat. You will be amazed and excited, you will laugh, you will hear good music, you will be inspired and you may even shed a tear. Captain Jim...

  • Jan

    28

    Art For Lunch

    “Painters are Poets: Genius, Inspiration, and Expression in French and Italian Drawing” Mary Pardo (Art Department, UNC-Chapel Hill). Bring a bag lunch or pre-order a boxed lunch from Jason’s Deli that will be waiting for you at the Ackland! Order your lunch when you register...

  • Jan

    28

    The MCS Adolescent Drama Society presents Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr.

    Let us take you on a journey under the sea. The 60-minute musical, designed for middle-school aged performers, is based on the 2008 Broadway production and the 1989 animated feature film. The 20-member cast consists of seventh and eighth grade students from Montessori Community School in Durham, NC. In...

  • Jan

    28

    Music at Local 506

    LiveNation presents, Cruel Hand, Angel Du$t, The Beautiful Ones, Self Destruct, Rapid Change. Tickets $12 in advance, $15 day of show.

  • Jan

    29

    Lunch Box Concert Series

    Tiny House - Contemporary Original. Tiny House brings a roots-rock sensibility to original songs about fear, deception, love & food trucks. What's your taste? We've got chunky, bass driven, leads with train-wrecking backbeats, and swirly/spiky/ squirrelly guitar kicks - or easy, back porch acoustic melodies to...

  • Jan

    29

    Hutchins Lecture by Leslie Bow

    Where did the Asian sit on the segregated bus? Drawing from her book, ‘Partly Colored': Asian Americans and Racial Anomaly in the Segregated South, Leslie Bow traces narratives that attempted to reconcile Asian Americans to segregation’s distinction between black and white. Investigating the ways in which...

  • Jan

    29

    Music from the Piedmont Regulators

    Warm up with FRANK! Join us for an evening with one of the Triangle's favorite Bluegrass groups!

  • Jan

    29

    Scotch and Wild Game Dinner at the Carolina Inn’s Crossroads

    Enjoy an evening of Scotch and scrumptious fare from Executive Chef James Clark, while visiting with Scotch aficionado Gary Crunkleton and Glenfiddich ambassador Struan Ralph. The event begins with a tasty reception featuring Scotch and passed hors d’oeuvres. An exceptional three-course Wild Game dinner with wine will...

  • Jan

    29

    Author Event at Flyleaf Books

    Gayle Forman and Sarah Dessen discuss Gayle's YA novel I WAS HERE.

  • Jan

    29

    “Ritual + Time Travel = Rebirth” Artist Exhibition Opening Reception and Artist Talk

    Ritual + Time Travel = Rebirth: Images and Words by Michael Platt and Carol Beane features the work of married artists Michael Platt and Carol Beane. Platt creates artwork that centers on figurative explorations of life’s survivors, the marginalized, referencing history and circumstance in the rites, rituals and expressions...

  • Jan

    29

    Dunsinane – National Theatre of Scotland and The Royal Shakespeare Company

    Macbeth is dead. An English army has swept through the landscape, killed the tyrant and taken the seat of power. Attempting to restore peace and put in place a new ruler, the commanding officer is beset by a brutal guerrilla uprising. Increasingly isolated from his own men and Scottish...

  • Jan

    29

    Music at Local 506

    Wayne Hancock, John Howie Jr. and the Rosewood Bluff, Steve Howell & Caroline Mamoulides Duo. Tickets $13 in advance, $15 day of show.

  • Jan

    30

    Combat Paper Project

    Free Event - Coming home from war is a difficult thing. There is often much to account for as a survivor. A new language must be developed in order to express the magnitude and variety of the collective effect. Hand papermaking is the language of Combat Paper. By working...