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  1. Golden Trails Series - Johnston Mill Nature Preserve

    November 9, 2018, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM @ Meet at Town Commons Parking Lot

    Golden Trails Series This adult oriented walking group gets you out and about on local trails. The company of others, the gains from a little physical endeavor and the joys of being in a natural environment are possible rewards. A small fee helps cover accompanying staff costs. Transportation from a central point is offered or individuals can meet or follow us to the trail head. Binoculars are always encouraged. Water is always a must bring! As with any exercise, your physician's recommendation for your participation is encouraged. Pre-Registration required for all trips. Johnston Mill Nature Preserve Join us as we explore the nearly three and a half miles of trails at Johnston Mill Nature Preserve. This nature preserve has incredibly diverse plant life, as well as rocky sections reminiscent of mountain creek and placid reflective stretches along the way. Bring water and a snack. Ages 50+

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  2. Event: What To Do When Natural Disaster Strikes

    November 9, 2018, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles

    Almost all disasters are natural disasters. You probably familiar with some of them, such as tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, etc. Some natural disasters are predictable (like hurricanes and severe winter storms). Others on the other hand, such as tornadoes and earthquakes, are hard or impossible to predict. Sometimes disasters caused by human actions, intentional or unintentional. But, if you want to fell yourself in safety, security, and comfort, you’ll need a disaster plan. Depends on kind of disaster, there are few things need to be done to prepare. You need either to visit the FEMA Web site or contact a local Red Cross chapter. At least you will be aware of the potential for natural disasters in the city you live in. When you will know which types of disasters can strike the place you live, create a disaster plan for your whole family. It has to be simple so everyone can remember the details.

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  3. 2nd Friday ArtWalk - Art Therapy Institute: Apperception

    November 9, 2018, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Art Therapy Institute

    Please join us for the 2nd Friday ArtWalk opening reception for artist Mayson Stowers whose work centers on symbolic self-portraiture and self-reflection, presented in a way that audiences can relate to and find comfort in. “Apperception: the mental process by which a person makes sense of an idea by assimilating it to the body of ideas he or she already possesses.” No word better describes the art of Raleigh native, Mayson Stowers. Trained in impressionistic oil painting, she pushes this and other media beyond traditional boundaries to create work centering on symbolic self-portraiture and self-reflection. She uses vibrant colors, intricate concepts, and fantastical symbolism blended with realistic representations to reveal her own struggles in hopes of encouraging others, explaining complex feelings and mental states through pictorial similes. Artist Website: This free event is part of the Carrboro/Chapel Hill 2nd Friday ArtWalk.

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  4. Reception for Group Exhibition at the Carrboro Town Hall

    November 9, 2018, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Carrboro Town Hall

    Group exhibition featuring the work of local artists Lloyd Childers, Shannon Fitzgerald, Linda Starr, Lyudmila Tomova, and Ely Urbanski. Exhibition on display through December.

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  5. Reception for Steven Silverleaf's "Reading Works of Art"

    November 9, 2018, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Century Center

    Steven Silverleaf has worked with models and sitting figures for over fifteen years but creates most of his work from his imagination in the absence of the model. He uses a variety of mediums to create a relaxed and introspective mood. The work shows a love of both the tradition of drawing and painting in combination. The artist explores a very distinctive line and color that is all his own. Exhibition on display through December.

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