Celebrate the dog days of summer by finding your forever friend! Meet two dogs available for adoption through Strowd Roses, Inc. nonprofit grantee, Paws4Ever, in the Gene Strowd Community Rose Garden on Saturday, August 6, 10 am to 12 pm. Already have a dog? Take them and a friend for a walk on Bolin Creek Trail and stop by the garden for a dog treat and information about Paw4Ever’s training and legacy care programs!
The Twenty-Second Edition of the world’s longest running progressive rock festival.
DAY OF SHOW: $120 – Saturday or Sunday Pass, SINGLE DAY PASS: $70 0-15yrs free with guardian. Students and 16-18 (with ID) half price.
Our third and final Meadowmont Music Series concert of the year on Saturday, September 10th from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm features The Charlie Band, a fantastic, soulful cover band based in North Carolina. Relax on the gazebo lawn and keep the summer evening fun going! Bring your friends and family, a chair and blanket, and enjoy a bite to eat from the Chick-N-Que Food Truck! FREE parking on site!
More about The Charlie Band: This six-piece motown, beach and funk band plays everything from standard jazz songs to the more popular dance tunes that everyone can groove to. Charlie features male and female vocalists, a keys player, guitar, bass and drums. This is sure to be an unforgettable night of incredible music for the whole family to enjoy! For more information about The Charlie Band, visit: https://www.samhillbands.com/bands/charlie
More about Chick-N-Que: The Chick-N-Que Food Truck will be parked on-site, serving up the best Eastern style BBQ that North Carolina has to offer. They also serve 100% NC raised ostrich burgers, a black bean veggie burger, and delicious Southern side items. For more information about Chick-N-Que, visit: http://www.chicknque.com
Come out and join us at The Bazaar! There’ll be hot food truck (X4) fare, hot coffee & tea, local craft beer & cider, sweet treats, music, and awesome wares from over 50 of the most talented makers in the Triangle. Eat, drink & be merry with us!
When Body Image Activist Taryn Brumfitt posted an unconventional before-and-after photo in 2013 it was seen by more than 100 million people worldwide and sparked an international media frenzy. EMBRACE follows Taryn’s crusade as she explores the global issue of body loathing, inspiring us to change the way we feel about ourselves and think about our bodies.
EMBRACE uncovers why hating our bodies has become a global epidemic and what people everywhere can do to learn to love and celebrate their bodies. It’s a funny, touching, at times gut-wrenching, but above all a life-changing film that encourages all women to embrace their bodies.
Watch the trailer for EMBRACE and learn more about the film here: https://bodyimagemovement.com/watch-the-embrace-trailer/
We’d love to bring the screening to Chapel Hill, but first, we need a minimum of 65 tickets reserved in advance. If we don’t reach the minimum of 65, your credit card won’t be charged.
Reserve your ticket as soon as you can to help make the screening happen: https://gathr.us/screening/15590
Stick around after the film for a Q&A and to connect with your local community of body image activists! To share resources and connect with the movie captain, please contact email@example.com.
Kick-off your holiday season with a buffet-style feast at City Kitchen on Thursday, November 24th! We’ll be serving up some delicious hot soups, brunch items, a spread of salads and cold platters, sides, and a selection of signature City Kitchen entrees as well as your Thanksgiving favorites between 10:30am and 3:00pm. Reservations are $35 for Adults, $15 for 12 years & under, and the little ones (under 3 years) eat for free! To book your seat at the table call (919)928-8200 or visit citykitchenchapelhill.com.
The buffet will include…
White bean and vegetable soup
Mixed berry pancakes
Fresh fruit platter
Grilled assorted vegetables
Fall orzo salad
House salad with lemon vinaigrette
House pickled seasonal vegetables
HOT BUFFET SIDES
Russet potato puree
Honey thyme glazed beets
Sautéed green beans & melted shallots
House bread stuffing
HOT BUFFET ENTREES
Herbed oven roasted turkey with gravy
Smoked spiral ham with pomegranate glaze
Roasted Atlantic salmon with red pepper sauce
Braised beef with beef au jus
St. Thomas More Catholic School presents its 13th annual Christmas Holiday Shoppe craft show in the elegant Friends and Family Hall of St. Thomas More Catholic Church on Saturday, December 3, 2016. Enjoy one-stop shopping with 65 talented artisans and crafters from throughout North Carolina and find the perfect gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list! A raffle, holiday music, bake sale, Candy Cane Coffee Bar (for that caffeine-fueled shopping boost) and the Reindeer Cafe add festive flair. Admission is free. All proceeds from Christmas Holiday Shoppe benefit St. Thomas More Catholic School and the enrichment of its educational programs.