Two Star Cruiser Ride at Beer Study ー Thursday, 7:30-9:30pm ー Beer Study Chapel Hill hosts Back Alley Bikes’ cruiser ride. Meet on the Back Alley deck and depart at around 8pm. After finishing the ride, join in the festivities with a refreshing drink on the Beer Study patio.
Five Women Wearing the Same Dress ー Friday and Saturday, 7:30pm ー One Song Productions presents a student-directed, student-led play that details the stories of five identically-dressed bridesmaids hiding out during a wedding reception. Come to the The ArtsCenter prepared to laugh and learn about the common bond these women share. Tickets: $10 for adults, $7 for students.
Diali Cissokho & Kaira Ba and The Old Ceremony ー Friday, 7pm ー Head to Cat’s Cradle to experience the fusion of lush rock with West African griot tradition when North Carolina’s own Diali Cissokho & Kaira Ba pair up with The Old Ceremony. Expect melodic tunes of electric guitars, West African koras, and rhythmic verses seeped in themes of justice, mythology and love. Tickets: $10, $12 the day of.
Murder Ballad: a New Musical ー Friday and Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 2pm ー For a darker show, opt for a musical at Hillsborough’s Mystery Brewing Company. It is the first production by Two-Way Street Theatre, stars local talent, and follows the story of a young woman named Sara who finds herself torn between a wild bartender and her responsible husband. Tickets: $17
5K for Education ー Saturday, 9am ー Run (or walk) over to McCorkle Place and support Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools teachers and students at the seventh annual Public School Foundation 5K for Education. Make sure to register under your child’s school team – $5 of the registration fee will go directly to the school. The institution with the most participants wins a free catered lunch for its teachers. Adults: $30, teachers and students: $15
Transactors Improv: For Families ー Saturday, 6pm ー Comedy lovers, here comes a show you can finally bring your children to guilt-free. Don your brightest green to The ArtsCenter for the Saint Patrick’s Day and spring themed 45-minute performance of short-form improv. Tickets: $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, $6 for children.
Carrboro Annual Kite Fly ー Sunday, 1-3pm ー Bring your kite over to Hank Anderson III Community Park to help fill the Carolina blue skies with a rainbow of colors. This free annual event is fun for all ages and the perfect way to usher in springtime.
Culinary Tour of India: Kerala Cuisine ー Sunday, 5-9pm ー Head to Vimala’s Curryblossom Cafe to savor tastes from the Syrian-Malabar cuisine, all while fundraising for the Curryblossom Foundation, which focuses on educational and practical community projects. The pop-up multi-course meal takes guests’ palates to the Indian Kerala region, complete with hand-milled rice, cassava, seafood, and vegan options. Tickets: $50
Free FIT4MOM Open House Class ー Monday, 7pm ー Bring your yoga mat and towel to Southern Village for a free Body Back class by FIT4MOM. Following a 45-minute High Intensity Interval Training, try tasty recipes from the group’s Body Back recipe book.