Chapel Hill, NC -  (April 25, 2017) --- On May 3, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., the Chapel Hill Public Library, 100 Library Drive, in Chapel Hill, will host a reception to kick-off a photography exhibit displaying Orange County’s most valuable possession: its people. The exhibit will be located on the lower level of the Library and will remain on display through June.

Vitamin O, is a series of photo essays the Visitors Bureau commissioned from local photographer, Alicia Stemper, on the people of Orange County.  “Our inspiration developed from the knowledge that it’s really the people of our area that make us a special place to visit. By showcasing individuals, we knew we could illustrate the personality of Orange County,” said Laurie Paolicelli, Director of the Chapel Hill/Orange County Visitors Bureau. Read the complete press release below.

Chapel Hill Public Library Teams with Visitors Bureau for Vitamin O Reception and Photo Exhibit Kickoff on May 3