Join us for a sunset kayak adventure! We will meet at the launch point 1 hour before sunset, just in time to review guidelines and equipment. Then, we will have a leisurely paddle, keeping an eye out for wildlife while we watch the sunset. Total time on the water is 2 hours!
I have been leading outdoor adventures for the past four years. My husband, Bryan, has been in the outdoor industry for over 15 years now! We love getting outdoors on bikes, kayaks, or even by foot with our pups by our side!
Are you tired of being stressed every school year? Would your child benefit from being more organized? Would you benefit from being more organized? Are you looking for tips to succeed in school?
This Mastermind includes the following:
4–hour School Success mp3 class;
40 day private Facebook support group;
2 90-minute group coaching sessions.
Ask a Professional Organizer Office Hours (Value $333)
Live group coaching sessions. You may submit questions or topic prior to the session. Video will be recorded, so you will be able to view the coaching if you cannot make it live.
Saturday, September 22nd, from NOON to 1:30 PM US EST
Sunday, October 14th from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM US EST
40 Day Private Facebook Group Support (Value $217)
This mastermind for will include daily posts, interactions and answering your questions. I answer all posts and may pop on for some live chats. It will begin Monday, September 10- Friday, October 19th, 2018.
School Success Class Mp3s (Value $47)
The class is broken down into manageable lessons with take actions at the end. Listen to this self-guided course: whatever lesson you need when you need it. We do encourage you to listen to the introduction before beginning the course.
Carolina For The Kids Foundation (CFTK), North Carolina’s largest student-run non-profit fundraising organization, is excited to host Kilometers For The Kids (KFTK) race. The seventh annual event encourages family members of all ages to participate in the one-mile Fun Run or 5K to show their support for the patients and families of UNC Children’s.
All proceeds from KFTK will benefit the programs and grants supported by CFTK for UNC Children’s. Participants are encouraged to sign up by August 30th in order to guarantee a shirt of desired size.
Is your space crammed with physical clutter? Do you experience anxiety or stress as mental clutter? How well do you take care of yourself? Would you love to have peace of mind?
I am an award-winning professional life organizer, author and certified life coach. My proven coaching, training, decluttering and organizing tips can get you where you need to be quickly!
This Special Promotion Mastermind includes the following (details below):
• 4–hour Declutter Your Life class;
• 40 day private Facebook support group;
• 2 90-minute group coaching sessions.
Join Kidzu for Nickelodeon’s annual event that encourages children and parents to turn off electronic devices and play! We’ll be jumping, dancing and moving around the museum all day to celebrate active and healthy lifestyles. Be sure to check out website for updates and the day’s schedule!
Come out and have some fun at our 3rd Annual Run 4 Peace! We will have free prize drawings, refreshments and live entertainment after the race! This run/walk takes place on the Pumpkin Loop in Chapel Hill.
This race will benefit HomeStart, a homeless shelter for women and families in Orange County.
You can find out all of the race details and sign up using the link to the race!
Hillsborough Farmers Market is hosting a fall Craft-aganza Market! Peruse handmade crafts by local artisans in a relaxed and fun atmosphere with live music.
Craft vendors include jewelry, pottery, aromatherapy, woodworking, furniture, hand-sewn bags and dolls, and NC-themed t-shirts.
Great way to get a head start on your holiday shopping!
Join us to talk about books and these trails in Chapel Hill. Ages 18+.
Stop searching for phrases and chasing after words. Take the
backward step and turn the light inward. Your body-mind of itself
will drop off and your original face will appear.
Zen Meditation, or zazen, is the simple practice of being present with our experience. We hear the instructions in a matter of minutes, but spend a lifetime learning the practice. This class will introduce participants to meditation and give them support as they develop a daily sitting practice. It will also introduce them to other aspects of practice at the Chapel Hill Zen Center.
We will begin on the first night with meditation instructions and a short period of sitting. Each week we will continue to sit for a period at the beginning of class, gradually increasing the time. Participants will have a chance to ask questions and raise concerns about their practice. As the weeks proceed we will study other aspects of Zen practice, including walking meditation, protocol around the zendo, and the service of bowing and chanting. But the focus will be on zazen, and participants’ actual practice as it unfolds. The content of the class will emerge from participants’ questions and concerns.
The class will meet at the Chapel Hill Zen Center on Monday nights for six weeks, from 7:30 to 9:00. The class will run from October 15 to November 19. The cost will be $60, payable the first night, and will be contributed to the Zen Center. Partial scholarships are available. For more information, or to sign up, please contact David Guy at 919-641-9277 or email@example.com.
David Guy has been practicing meditation since 1991, and regularly gives sitting instruction at the Chapel Hill Zen Center. He has co-authored two books with Larry Rosenberg of the Cambridge Insight Meditation Center, Breath by Breath: The Liberating Practice of Insight Meditation and Living in the Light of Death: On the Art of Being Truly Alive. In 2008 he published Jake Fades: A Novel of Impermanence. David’s blog can be found at www.davidguy.org
Lace up your kicks and join fellow animal lovers for a 5K to benefit SAFE Haven for Cats, the coolest no-kill cat shelter serving the Triangle! Runners, or walkers, will tackle a unique course featuring some long grades up and down and beautiful view of a geese-filled lake all to raise money for homeless cats in the region.
This event is family friendly and will feature a timed 5K race as well as an untimed 5K Fun Run/Walk. Dogs, strollers, and your best kitty outfits are all welcome! We’ll have lots of vendors from fitness experts to the latest in pet items from local pet stores. At the end of the race we’ll be opening the doors to our shelter so you can come inside and see our kitties up for adoption!
Registration: 7:30 – 8:30 am
Competitive Race: 8:30am
Fun Run/Walk: 8:40am
Early Bird Registration (through Aug 31): $15
Regular Registration (Sept 1 through Oct 19): $20
Day of Race Registration: $25
Souvenir Race Tshirt: $8
Triangle Survivors of Suicide will host its 6th Annual Survivors’ Walk on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2018. Anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one to suicide or supports someone dealing with this painful loss is invited to join. The event encourages survivors from all over North Carolina to meet and share their experience and support one another. It will take place from noon to 3 p.m. at Halifax Mall in Downtown Raleigh (300 N. Salisbury Street).
Join us to talk about books and the outdoors, Ages 18+.