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January

31 - 4 2.5 Minute Ride - Playwright Lisa Kron will perform her celebrated one-woman show, a wry and humorous account of her trip with her father to Auschwitz, where his parents had lost their lives. Wed-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2 pm

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Hwy 54 toward Chapel Hill. Turn right onto Country Club Road. Theatre on the left.

Address: Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre
Center for Dramatic Art
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-7529 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: prcboxoffice@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

1 - 2 2nd Friday Art Walk - View art and enjoy music and food at 10-12 galleries in Chapel Hill and Carrboro from 6 - 9 pm. Get map at the Chamber Office. 2nd Friday of each month.

Address:
104 S. Estes Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)967-7075 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Fee

12 - 15 Doubt: A Parable - Play by John Patrick Shanley. Set in a Bronx Catholic school in 1964, a strong-minded principal wrestles with conscience and uncertainty as she is faced with concerns about one of her male colleagues. This Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner is a riveting exploration of paranoia and suspicion that calls into question faith, justice and our assumptions about the nature of truth

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Hwy 54 toward Chapel Hill. Turn right onto Country Club Road. Theatre on the left.

Address: Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre
Center for Dramatic Art
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-7529 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: prcboxoffice@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

13 - 19 Topdog/Underdog by Suzan-Lori Parks - From Parks' spectacular theatrical imagination comes the Pulitzer Prize-winning story of two African-American brothers, Lincoln and Booth, whose names were given to them as a joke by their father. Abandoned by their parents as teenagers, the brothers fight for position and legitimacy in the world. Haunted by their past and their obsession with the con game three-card monte, they are forced to confront the shattering reality of their future.
Evenings at 8 pm and Sun at 2 pm

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Hwy 54 toward Chapel Hill. Turn right onto Country Club Road. Theatre on the left.

Address: Paul Green Center for Dramatic Art
Center for Dramatic Art
, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-7529 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: prcboxoffice@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

February

26 UNC Bands: A Sousa Spectacular - The UNC Bands stage a concert in the style of John Philip Sousa, the most influential band leader of the early 20th century. The Sousa Spectacular includes great orchestral music, character pieces, solo compositions, and marches.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

31 - 23 State of the Union - A shrewd, witty, and surprisingly contemporary look at politics, as a business tycoon and his family contemplate a run for the Presidency. Winner of the 1945 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

I-40 Exit 270. Travel south on 15-501. Turn right onto Estes Drive. University Mall is on right.

Address: University Mall
University Mall
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)968-1515 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@deepdishtheater.org
Fee: Fee

1 Mary Chapin Carpenter - As her songs become timeless classics, Carpenter continues to reach a broad audience as she navigates with humor, compassion and insight the personal, political and spiritual struggles of her life and of America?s history. Carpenter has won five Grammy Awards, sold more than 13 million records, scored 12 top ten singles, and collaborated with artists including Shawn Colvin, Trisha Yearwood, Joan Baez and Dolly Parton.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

9 When Composers Speak Our Language - Music of the Vernacular. Composers use a variety of popular genres, styles, and musical languages to capture an audience. Some of our favorites ? Bolcom, Milhaud, and Weill ? use jazz, cabaret, and folk idioms to draw us in (or keep us out). UNC musicians include Terry Rhodes, members of Carolina Wind Quintet, UNC faculty strings, and Duke pianist Jane Hawkins.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

14 North Carolina Jazz Repertory Orchestra: Jazz Cities on Parade - The NCJRO, the premier jazz orchestra in North Carolina, will take patrons on a guided American tour, stopping in the prominent cities that have played such an integral part in the rise of this truly American art form. All aboard for New Orleans, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Detroit, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, and the Big Apple!

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

March

16 SFJAZZ Collective - The SFJAZZ Collective is an all-star jazz ensemble comprising some of the finest performer/composers at work in jazz today. Launched in 2004, it has quickly become one of the most exciting and acclaimed groups on the jazz scene in the US and overseas.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

20 k.d. lang - With a repertoire ranging from Tin Pan Alley torch songs to Nashville tearjerkers, playful cow-punk tunes to sultry, grown-up pop, this Alberta native has long attracted a loyal and diverse, multi-generational following. Winner of multiple Grammy Awards, k.d. lang has recorded more than thirteen albums.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

21 Joshua Bell, violin - Grammy Award-winning Joshua Bell has captivated audiences worldwide with his poetic musicality. Equally at home as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestra leader, his restless curiosity and multifaceted musical interests have earned him the rare title of ?classical music superstar.?

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

April

20 - 7 Amadeus - The tale of Mozart and the court composer Salieri is a sometimes funny, sometimes tragic, brilliant examination of a man at war with his god. Salieri battles with a god who has condemned him to a life of mediocrity, while burdening him with the ability to recognize the genius of the upstart Mozart. Amadeus earned the coveted Tony Award for best play and went on to become a major motion picture that garnered eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay for Peter Shaffer. Tue-Sat 8pm and Sun 2 pm.

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Hwy 54 toward Chapel Hill. Turn right onto Country Club Road. Theatre on the left.

Address: Paul Green Center for Dramatic Art
Center for Dramatic Art
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-7529 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: prcboxoffice@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

26 - 27 STOMP - An international percussion sensation, STOMP is explosive, provocative, sophisticated, sexy, and unique. With an armful of awards, rave reviews, and numerous television appearances, this 8-member troupe uses everything but conventional percussion instruments?matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters, hubcaps?to fill the stage with fabulous rhythms.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

30 - 31 2008 Chapel Hill Spring Garden Tour - A self-guided tour of 12 distinguished gardens in the Chapel Hill communities of Meadowmont and The Oaks. Tour includes the beautiful gardens of the DuBose House at Meadowmont. Proceeds benefit the North Carolina Botanical Garden. 4/12 10am-4pm and 4/13 Noon - 4 pm.

Address: Meadowmont and The Oaks off of Raleigh Road (Hwy 54) in Chapel Hill
Old Mason Farm Rd. off Fordham Blvd.
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-0522 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: garden08@nc.rr.com
Fee: Fee

5 Merce Cunningham Dance Company - Among the most innovative and influential figures in modern dance, Cunningham is widely recognized as the greatest living choreographer today.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

6 - 7 2008 Piedmont Farm Tour - Tour small family farms, nurseries, wineries, and more while enjoying the scenic natural beauty of our countryside.

Map provided with purchase of tkts

Address:
Farms throughout the county
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)542-2402 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: visitchatham@earthlink.net
Fee: Fee

10 Spirit of Uganda - Spirit of Uganda presents riveting programs of music and dance for audiences of all ages. To the melodic tones of standing drums, with dramatic choreography, bright, layered rhythms, and gorgeous call-and-response vocals, a vibrant cast of performers, aged 8-18, oscillates between ferocity and softness as they bring to life the sounds and movements of East Africa.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

10 - 14 Witness to an Execution - PlayMakers will participate in an exploration of the death penalty by commissioning a new work from one of the area?s most promising playwrights, Mkie Wiley. Witness to an Execution is based on a series of surprisingly candid and chilling interviews that tell the story of death row in the infamous Texas prison system. Wed-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2 pm.

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Hwy 54 toward Chapel Hill. Turn right onto Country Club Road. Theatre on the left.

Address: Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre
Center for Dramatic Art
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-7529 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: prcboxoffice@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

14 A Tribute to Maxine Swalin - Carolina Performing Arts is proud to honor Maxine Swalin on the occasion of her 105th birthday. Ms. Swalin, with her late husband, Dr. Benjamin F. Swalin, helped build the North Carolina Symphony Orchestra into a national treasure. The event will be a tribute to her great contribution to the musical life of the State of North Carolina.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

20 Easter Egg Hunt - Children hunt for eggs on the lawn of the Horace Williams house. 10 am.

I-40 Exit 270. Travel south on 15-501, merge right onto Franklin Street. Turn right onto Boundary Lane and right on Rosemary Street.

Address: Lawn of Horace Williams House, 610 E. Rosemary St. , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)942-7818 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: chpreservation@mindspring.com

May

18 - 11 The Clean House - A lovely and often riotous comedy about a young Brazilian woman and the people whose house she tends, this play established MacArthur Award-winner Ruhl as one of the most exciting and imaginative new voices in the American theater. Thurs. - Sat. 8 pm and Sun 3 pm.

I-40 Exit 270. Travel south on 15-501. Turn right onto Estes Drive. University Mall is on right.

Address: University Mall
University Mall
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)968-1515 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@deepdishtheater.org
Fee: Fee

19 North Carolina Jazz Repertory Orchestra: The Duke and the Bard - Duke Ellington brought to jazz the concept of the extended jazz composition. His tribute to William Shakespeare creates fascinating vignettes about such characters as Romeo and Juliet, King Lear, and Hamlet.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

19 - 21 Grecian Festival - Three days in Greece with dance performances, artwork, silent aution, jewelry and souvenir vendors, homemade Greek food and pastries. 5/02 5-9pm; 5/03 11am-9pm; 5/04 11am-8pm. Event is at East Chapel Hill High School.

Address:
500 Weaver Dairy Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)682-1414 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Fee

23 Mitsuko Uchida, piano - Renowned for her interpretations of Mozart and Schubert, Mitsuko Uchida has also illuminated the music of Berg, Schoenberg, Webern and Boulez for a new generation of listeners.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

June

23 Youth Fishing Rodeo - Awards given in three age groups for several categories, along with door prizes and a free hot dog lunch. Bait provided, plus some fishing poles available. (For ages 3-15 and their parents or guardians.)

I-40 Exit 263. From the west turn left off ramp and east turn right. Cross over Hwy 86. Pond is on the right.

Address: Staryhorn's Pond - New Hope Church Road between Hillsboroug , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)245-2660 (Always call and confirm events)

25 Festival of the Vino - Third annual wine festival with wine tasting, live music, cooking demonstrations and arts & crafts vendors.

Address: 606 Meadowmont Village Circle
606 Meadowmont Village Circle
Chapel Hill, NC 27517 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)929-5010 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Fee

July

17 - 16 Explorations: Art at the Garden Display - Studies of flora and fauna by Mary Kay Holterman.

Hill. Take 15-501 South Exit (Fordham Blvd) and turn left onto Old Mason Farm Road.

Address:
Old Mason Farm Rd. off Fordham Blvd.
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-0522 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: ncbg@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

4 July 4th Fireworks - Travel & Leisure Magazine ranked Chapel Hill no. 10 as America’s Best Towns for July Fourth Celebrations. This is one celebration you won’t want to miss!

This year gates open at 7 p.m. and family activities and fun are planned throughout the entire evening! The Soul Psychedelique Orchestra will be rocking the stadium with a huge band including strings and horns, featuring an accomplished male and female vocalist to bring to life your favorite songs: from 60’s oldies, to 70’s funk and disco, to the radio hits of the 80’s, 90’s, and today! Come see our roving balloon artist, visit our face painting stations, and compete in our inflatable sports challenges and carnival games. Our famous Watermelon Eating Contest will be in full swing once again, hosted by DSI Comedy. Grand prize winners will receive tickets to one of UNC’s upcoming footballs games this fall. Fireworks start at 9:30 p.m. sharp, so get there early and get your seat!

Address: Kenan Stadium,104 Stadium Dr , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)968-2784 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: wtilghman@townofchapelhill.org
Web: www.townofchapelhill.org
Fee: Free

4 Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration - Travel & Leisure Magazine ranked Chapel Hill as one of America's Top Ten Best Towns for a July Fourth Celebration! Join us at Kenan Memorial Stadium to celebrate our nation’s rich history of freedom and independence. Arrive early and enjoy live music, fireworks, games, face painting and good old-fashioned family fun!

Address: Kenan Memorial Stadium , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)942-7818 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: chpreservation@mindspring.com
Web: www.townofchapelhill.org

August

8 - 31 How I Got That Story - An ?embedded? war reporter tries to get a handle on a culture he doesn?t know while covering a conflict he doesn?t understand. A fiercely theatrical comedy of nightmare proportions. Thurs. - Sat. 8 pm and Sun 3 pm.

I-40 Exit 270. Travel south on 15-501. Turn right onto Estes Drive. University Mall is on right.

Address: University Mall
University Mall
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)968-1515 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@deepdishtheater.org
Fee: Fee

September

17 UNC Football vs. James Madison - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Football.

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Raleigh Road (Hwy 54) toward Chapel Hill. Turns into South Road on the UNC campus. Turn left on Stadium Drive. Kenan Stadium on the right.

Address: Kenan Memorial Football Stadium
104 Stadium Dr
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-6000 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Fee

28 - 1 When The Bulbul Stopped Singing - Based on the diaries of Palestinian human-rights lawyer Raja Shehadeh, ?Bulbul? is a window into the experience of a Palestinian man living in Ramallah during the Israeli siege of 2002. The company?s producing artistic director, Joseph Haj, will star in the one-man play. Wed-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2 pm.

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Hwy 54 toward Chapel Hill. Turn right onto Country Club Road. Theatre on the left.

Address: Elizabeth Price Kenan Theatre
Center for Dramatic Art
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-7529 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: prcboxoffice@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

31 UNC Football vs. Virginia - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill football.

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Raleigh Road (Hwy 54) toward Chapel Hill. Turns into South Road on the UNC campus. Turn left on Stadium Drive. Kenan Stadium on the right.

Address: Kenan Memorial Stadium
104 Stadium Dr
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-6000 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Fee

11 - 29 Romeo and Juliet - Shakespeare explores romance, passion and tragedy in the most famous love story ever told. The Bard weaves a tale of deadly enmity, revenge, betrayal, irresistible love, and heartbreak. This classic tale of star-crossed lovers is as relevant and mesmerizing today as it was 400 years ago. Tue-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2 pm.

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Hwy 54 toward Chapel Hill. Turn right onto Country Club Road. Theatre on the left.

Address: Paul Green Center for Dramatic Art
Center for Dramatic Art
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-7529 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: prcboxoffice@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

13 - 14 Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan: Wild Cursive - Schooled in martial arts, meditation, Chinese opera movement, modern dance, and ballet, Cloud Gate performs a rich repertoire rooted in Asian myths and folklore and infused with a contemporary universality. 8 pm both nights.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

October

20 Pamina Devi: A Cambodian Magic Flute - Khmer Arts Ensemble - The brilliant classicism of imperial Vienna meets the mythic splendor of ancient Angkor in Pamina Devi: A Cambodian Magic Flute, a contemporary re-imagining of Mozart?s fantastical opera.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

21 UNC Football vs. Miami - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill football.

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Raleigh Road (Hwy 54) toward Chapel Hill. Turns into South Road on the UNC campus. Turn left on Stadium Drive. Kenan Stadium on the right.

Address: Kenan Memorial Football Stadium
104 Stadium Dr
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-6000 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Fee

22 Festifall - Music, arts and crafts fair during this annual street fair on West Franklin Street in downtown Chapel Hill. Performing artists from blues, rock, jazz, folk, reggae, gospel, rap, blue grass and dance at three venues. 1 - 6 pm. Free.

Address:
200 Plant Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)968-2784 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: wtilghman@townofchapelhill.org
Fee: Fee

27 North Carolina Jazz Repertory Orchestra: Rhythm is Our Business and Swing is the Thing - See a celebration of jazz music and dance as the NCJRO welcomes a host of celebrated dancers from the Triangle in a concert where tap, swing, and modern dance intersect with jazz that is hot, cool, and in between.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

28 UNC Football vs. South Carolina - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Football

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Raleigh Road (Hwy 54) toward Chapel Hill. Turns into South Road on the UNC campus. Turn left on Stadium Drive. Kenan Stadium on the right.

Address: Kenan Memorial Football Stadium
104 Stadium Dr
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-6000 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Fee

29 Take 6 - With roots in gospel and doo-wop, their rich harmonies, vocal fireworks and gospel message have earned them a place among the most enduring and cherished artists in a cappella music.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

3 - 26 A Lesson from Aloes - Three long-time friends, split apart by the machinations of the apartheid regime, meet for dinner amid suspicion that one of them is a traitor to their revolutionary cause. A haunting work by South Africa?s leading playwright. Thurs. - Sat. 8 pm and Sun 3 pm.

I-40 Exit 270. Travel south on 15-501. Turn right onto Estes Drive. University Mall is on right.

Address: University Mall
University Mall
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)968-1515 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@deepdishtheater.org
Fee: Fee

8 - 9 Cirque Eloize: RAIN - Celebrating beauty and dreams in an exuberant tribute to the human spirit, this award-winning Canadian troupe trades the tent for the theater with a feast of music, dance, performance, trapeze artists, contortionists, and tumblers

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

9 - 27 Crimes of the Heart - The McGrath sisters are having a really bad day: Lenny is turning 30 and dealing with dying Grandaddy; Meg is reeling from her failed singing career; and Babe, the youngest, forces a sisterly reunion when she is bailed out of jail after shooting her husband. Warm-hearted, irreverent and funny, this winner of the Pulitzer Prize and New York Drama Critics Circle Award is a southern comedy teeming with humanity and humor. Tue-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2 pm.

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Hwy 54 toward Chapel Hill. Turn right onto Country Club Road. Theatre on the left.

Address: Paul Green Center for Dramatic Art
Center for Dramatic Art
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-7529 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: prcboxoffice@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

11 St. Petersburg Philharmonic - The oldest symphonic ensemble in the former USSR, the origins of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic can be traced back to a group of Russian aristocrats who founded Europe?s first Philharmonic Society in 1802.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

November

19 UNC Football vs. Maryland - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill football.

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Raleigh Road (Hwy 54) toward Chapel Hill. Turns into South Road on the UNC campus. Turn left on Stadium Drive. Kenan Stadium on the right.

Address: Kenan Memorial Football Stadium
104 Stadium Dr
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-6000 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Fee

20 Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas & Edgar Meyer - Mandolin/fiddle champion Sam Bush, dobro master Jerry Douglas and bass virtuoso Edgar Meyer join forces in a new collaborative project featuring genre-crossing original works, traditional tunes, and some of their best-known pieces.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

22 France and Romance - An evening of French Romantic chamber music for harp, saxophone, piano and strings by Saint-Sa?ns, Debussy, Faur? and Chausson. Laura Byrne, harp, Matthew McClure, saxophone, Wonmin Kim, piano, UNC string faculty.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

23 Caetano Veloso - Incorporating elements of rock, reggae, fado, tango, samba, canao, baiao and rap, Veloso is at once an astute social commentator and a balladeer of highly emotive love songs.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

26 Must Don't Whip 'Um featuring Cynthia Hopkins and Gloria Deluxe - Live action and live music are interwoven with documentary footage and a playful videoscape on multiple screens.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

30 The Romeros Classical Guitar Quartet - The Romeros prevail as champions in the realm of classical guitar.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

2 - 17 Star of Bethlehem - Longest running Planetarium show has been revamped with a digital-age look that is wowing both kids and adults. $5.25 adults, $4.25 children, students, seniors.

Address:
250 E. Franklin St.
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-1236 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: mhplanet@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

9 UNC Football vs. Duke - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill football.

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Raleigh Road (Hwy 54) toward Chapel Hill. Turns into South Road on the UNC campus. Turn left on Stadium Drive. Kenan Stadium on the right.

Address: Kenan Memorial Football Stadium
104 Stadium Dr
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-6000 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Fee

11 Kathleen Battle with Cyrus Chestnut - Performing in the world?s leading opera houses and concert halls, Battle, a five-time Grammy-winner?s repertoire spans three centuries, from the Baroque era to contemporary works. One of the most gifted of a new generation of jazz musicians, Cyrus Chestnut?s piano style is rooted in African-American traditions, exhibiting a deep reverence for jazz.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

13 - 1 Cummins and Scoullar?s Little Prince - When a disenchanted Aviator crashes his plane in the Sahara, he is surprised to meet a visitor from a far away star. Through the startling insights shared by this ?Little Prince,? the Aviator is reminded of what is truly important in life. This holiday season, PlayMakers is thrilled to present this gift of family theatre to our theatre family. Tue - Sat 7 pm and Sun 2 pm.

I-40 Exit 273. Travel on Hwy 54 toward Chapel Hill. Turn right onto Country Club Road. Theatre on the left.

Address: Paul Green Center for Dramatic Art
Center for Dramatic Art
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-7529 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: prcboxoffice@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

December

17 - 22 Twelve Days of Christmas - The Inn will be festively adorned for the holidays with elaborate decorations based on the traditional song, The Twelve Days of Christmas. Tours, gingerbread houses, dinners, dances, music and other events throughout the holidays.

Address: The Carolina Inn, 211 Pittsboro St.
211 Pittsboro St.
Chapel Hill, NC 27516 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)933-2001 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: information@carolinainn.com
Fee: Fee

22 North Carolina Jazz Repertory Orchestra: Swingin? Yuletide Celebration - Get a jump on the season with a concert guaranteed to bring a smile to everyone in the house. With music from Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton, Glenn Miller, and the talented arrangers from the NCJRO, the annual holiday jazz concert is a mighty blast of seasonal spirit and cheer.

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

23 Handel?s Acis and Galatea - Valentin Lazrein, Jeanne Fischer and Ensemble Courant perform one of the best loved, intimate works of the Baroque

Address: Memorial Hall on the UNC Campus
Cameron Ave
Chapel Hill, NC 27599 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)843-3333 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: performingarts@unc.edu
Fee: Fee

23 NC High School Athletic Assn Football Championships - Kenan Memorial Stadium hosts two high school championship games at Noon and 4:30 pm. Tickets $9 presale and $10 at the gate.

Address:
104 Stadium Dr
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)962-2345 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: rstrunk@email.unc.edu
Fee: Fee

23 Chapel Hill - Carrboro Holilday Parade - Holiday parade through downtown Chapel Hill and Carrboro at 10:00 am.

Address: Franklin Street Downtown Chapel Hill
200 Plant Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)932-8788 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: holidayparade@nando.com
Fee: Fee

23 - 24 Chapel Hill Holiday House Tour - A walkable tour of seven private homes decorated for the holidays off of Franklin Street in downtown Chapel Hill. 1-5 pm each day.

I-40 Exit 270. Travel south on 15-501, merge right onto Franklin Street. Turn right onto Boundary Lane and right on Rosemary Street.

Address: Downtown Chapel Hill
610 E. Rosemary St.
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 , Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Ph: (919)942-7818 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: chpreservation@mindspring.com
Fee: Fee

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Community Guest Quarters

Located in a lovely and quiet rural setting, this unique venue offers two very private, fully furnished extended stay units with your choice of a one bedroom apartment or a studio. Both of the units have kitchenettes. Non-smoking only. Weekly rentals available. Send email to request photos.

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Sutton's Drug Store

A small counter and a few booths in an old drugstore, but Sutton'

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North Carolina Collection Gallery

The Gallery's holdings include antique furniture, portraits, statuary, UNC keepsakes, political memorabalia, ship models and Napoleon's death mask. Exhibits explore Sir Walter Raleigh and the English voyages to Roanoke Island, the North Carolina gold rush, 19

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Bub O'Malley's

Has full bar and offers 30 beers on tap, plus 100

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