Angels featureCatch both parts of Playmakers Repertory Company's Angels in America this Saturday. (Photo by Jon Gardiner.)
Friday, February 4
3:30pm: The Blue Sky Film Festival opens today at The Lumina Theatre in Southern Village and runs through Sunday afternoon. The festival features short- and feature-length independent films. Click here for a schedule. Both single tickets and festival passes are for sale in the theatre box office and will be available throughout the weekend.
7-9pm: Venture out to Bynum for Stories for Grown-ups at the Bynum General Store. The event, which features three professional storytellers, is appropriate for ages 10 and up. The first event in this series was standing room only, so get there early to grab a seat.
8pm: A new play at The ArtsCenter, Hidden Voices: To Buy the Sun, The Challenge of Pauli Murray, commemmorates the life of Durham civil rights activist Pauli Murray. Tickets are $10.
Saturday, February 5
10am-2pm: The 19th annual Day Camp Fair at University Mall will feature 30 regional summer camps. Visitors will have the chance to get information and ask questions to find the best program for their child. The fair is free and open to the public.
1-3pm: In partnership with the Triangle Wine Experience, a fundraiser for the Frankie Lemmon Foundation, the Chapel Hill Wine Company is hosting Stoller Vineyards and Andrew Will for a wine tasting. Both winemakers will be in the store, pouring their wines. The tasting is free and open to the public.
Sunday, February 6
1:15-4:45pm: The N.C. Botanical Garden is hosting a four-week class on beginning drawing. According to the course description, the class is perfect for, "anyone who hasn't tried drawing in years, or for those who want to refresh their drawing skills." Advance registration is required; click here for details.
2-4pm: Chance Murray's art will be on display at the Horace Williams House until Feb. 27. Stop by today for the opening reception.