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The Middle Ages @ Chapel Hill High School
Jan 11 all-day

Come learn about the Not-so-Dark Middle ages in which one powerful woman helps spurn the most famous war of the times. Find out how Early Islam creates a new western European culture and saves the West! Find out how many of the seven Crusades were successful and what reconnected western Europe to the global economy.

Winter Harvest Wine Dinner @ Kipos Greek Taverna
Jan 17 @ 6:15 pm

We are thrilled to announce that our next Kipos wine dinner as a part of the “Vineyards of Greece” 2018 seasonal series will be hosted on Wednesday, January 17th. Enjoy another decadent four-course meal paired with four exquisite wines that will take you on a journey through the vineyards of Greece. All wines are hand-picked by our bar and beverage director to pair perfectly with winter ingredients & flavors crafted by Chef Terry! Tickets for the dinner are $68 per guest (tax & gratuity not included). Full menu & wine details coming soon! Please note that due to the growth and increasing interest in Kipos wine dinners we are changing reservation times to 6:15pm with first course being served promptly at 6:30pm. As always in the true spirit of a Greek feast centered around sharing all seating for the wine dinner will be community style (if requested, groups will be seated together). As we mentioned seats are limited and go faster every time so reserve today by emailing us here, calling (919) 425-0760, or visiting our reservation page and requesting “winter wine dinner”.


Shrimp Saganaki
An ode to the sea: plump jumbo shrimp and kalamata olives, in spiced tomato essence
Purely Greece MC (70% Malagouzia, 30%Chardonnay – Peloponnese
Bright, gold-yellow color, with a rich body, fruity aroma and a long finish. Tropical fruits, mainly mango but also kiwi, are rounded out by a hint of butter toffee. The characteristic mild acidity of Malagouzia, is complimented by a long finish.


Mountain Grains & Goat
Our signature hearty Winter grain medley with crumbled goat cheese from the mountains of Greece
Purely Greece Limniona (Limniona) – Peloponnese
It has a vivid red color with purple hues, a rich, round body and long aftertaste. Cherry and raspberry is accompanied by vanilla and tobacco aromas, with an undertone of white and green pepper. It has a high acidity but a nice tannic balance, making it soft and long. Aged in French and American oak.


Fileto Moshari “Beef Tenderloin”
Succulent beef tenderloin over ancient wood fire with an earthy mushroom wine reduction & lemon potatoes
C. Lazaridi “Amethystos” Red (70% Cab, 20% Merlot, 10% Agiorgitiko) – Drama
Deep, vivid purple color. Fruity aroma with notes of cherries, raspberry, spices. Full bodied, velvet, with intense aroma of plum. Good concentration and balanced acidity with firm, mature tannins. Long finish with hints of spices. 12 months in old French oak.


Milopíta Pagato
A Greek twist on an American classic with cinnamon and spices beside local homemade ice cream (apple pie a la mode)
Domaine Glinavos Paleokerisio (Debina, Vlahiko) – Zitsa
A unique of its kind orange, semi-sparkling wine. Characterized by distinct aromas and taste of apple, butter, cinnamon and cloves. The refreshing natural carbonation leads to a bright finish with hints of vanilla and cherry.

Bill Melega Winter Lecture Series @ Chapel Hill High School
Jan 18 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Esteemed educator and author BILL MELEGA continues his nine part lecture series about the Middle Ages and Gunpowder Empires with an in-depth exploration of African States & Empires from 400 AD until 1400 AD.

Minrose Gwin “Promise” Author Event @ Flyleaf Books @ Flyleaf Books
Mar 6 @ 6:00 pm

MINROSE GWIN, like the characters in her latest novel, Promise, grew up in Tupelo, Mississippi. She began her writing career as a newspaper and wire service reporter in cities throughout the southeast. Her civil rights-era novel, The Queen of Palmyra, was a “Indy Notable Selection” and a finalist for the John Gardner Fiction Book Award. Her memoir, Wishing for Snow, tells the story of her mother’s descent into mental illness.

Wearing another hat, Minrose is also the author of cultural and literary studies books that focus on racial injustice. In Remembering Medgar Evers: Writing the Long Civil Rights Movement, she writes of the reverberating impact of the Civil Rights leader’s martyrdom. She is also a co-editor of The Literature of the American South and has taught as a professor at universities across the country, most recently the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

PROMISE is a literary love song that hits all the right notes and has recently been selected as both an Indie Next Pick and SIBA OKRA Pick. Poignant and insightful, it’s a powerful story of loss, hope, despair, grit, and courage. With this book, Gwin flexes her impressive narrative muscle creating her most ambitious novel to date. With her sharp examination of race relations, disaster aid relief and more, she’s crafted a searing cultural commentary on today’s most prescient issues focused through the lens of history. It’s effortless to see recent headlines reflected in the novel: Puerto Rican hurricane relief, Black Lives Matter, Charlottesville, NFL protests, and on the list goes. A breathtakingly gorgeous account of an unknown side of history, PROMISE is an enthralling saga that is affecting, shocking, and ultimately redemptive.

Chapel Hill’s Community Egg Hunt @ Southern Community Park
Mar 24 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

All skilled egg hunters ages 2 to 10 are invited to participate in the annual Community Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 8th from 10am-1pm. This free event will be packed full of crafts, games, food, prizes, inflatable fun and a visit from the Egg Hunt Bunny! The event will take place at Southern Community Park located at 1000 Sumac Road, Chapel Hill, NC. Located off of 15-501 next to Market Street at Southern Village.