The kids from Northwood will be heading back to the 60s once again this year for their annual Spring Musical. But instead of dancing in Baltimore in Hairspray, they’ll be climbing the corporate ladder when they present Frank Loesser’s 1961 classic satire, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
Dust off your dancing shoes and join Family Violence & Rape Crisis Services for an evening of friends, delicious food, drinks, and live music by the Swang Brothers. The benefit dance will be held Thursday, February 12 from 6 – 9 pm in the Bold Building, 50101 Governors Drive, Chapel Hill.
Save the date for the 2015 Fearrington Folk Art Show on Saturday, February 21, 2015 and Sunday, February 22, 2015 from 10am to 5pm! Each year more than 35 folk artists from throughout the South convene at the big Barn at Fearrington Village. They turn …
I video recorded my drive from Orange County to Cadle Cooper’s barbershop in Bynum.Related:Hyperlapse video to Cadle’s barbershop
In a rare stateside visit, British mystery author David Downing kicks off his 10 city American book tour at McIntyre’s Books on Saturday, May 24 at 11am to read from his latest novel, Jack of Spies. Set in 1913, it is a time when those who follow the news closely can see the world is teetering on the brink of war. Jack McColl, a Scottish car salesman with an uncanny ear for languages, has always hoped to make a job for himself as a spy.
Galloway Ridge at Fearrington, a senior retirement community, presents “Galloway Ridge Chatham & Orange Counties Artists Collaboration.” The collaboration was created for artist in both Chatham and Orange Counties offering the opportunity to market and display their artwork to our residents and guests.
One of Fearrington Village’s most popular community events of the year will take place on February 22 and & 23 from 10 am to 5 pm. More than 35 folk artists from throughout the South will convene at the big barn at Fearrington Village once again in 2014. They’ll turn every square foot of the structure into exhibition space for marvelous outsider art.
Don’t miss “The Barefoot Movement” at the Bynum General Store on Friday, May 31. The Barefoot Movement is a quartet of immensely talented musicians from North & South Carolina and Tennessee whose music successfully melds Americana influences with the invigoration of acoustic modern rock and jazz. Their sound simultaneously captures the rustic beauty of old Southern front porch Bluegrass improvisation while being immediately accessible to the modern era.
Eric Sommer makes a yearly appearance in Pittsboro, NC on Mother’s Day. There are no stage lights, no door man, no long lines and no tickets. There are only 100 or so fans who gather yearly on this Special Day to hear this master songwriter, poet, stor…
This Saturday, the Kentucky Derby may get all the attention, but the real action is down in Bynum. Why? Because it’s time again for Bynum Front Porch Bingo.