5 Events Not to Miss in November

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Artist Alan Dehmer in his darkroom. Photo by Sarah Arneson

Orange County Artists Guild Open Studio Tour
NOV. 7-8 and 14-15; Saturdays, 10AM-5PM; Sundays, NOON-5PM orangecountyartistsguild.com

More than 80 artists like Alan Dehmer (above) will open their studios to show off their work and talk with visitors about what they do. See a variety of works of art from sculptures and paintings to ceramics and glass. Visit the website to download a map and plan your route.

Peter and the Starcatcher
NOV. 18-DEC. 12 playmakersrep.org

Experience the journey of a novice Starcatcher and an orphan traveling the high seas in what’s been called a grown-up’s prequel to Peter Pan. Featuring more than 100 memorable characters, this play is based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson and is sure to entertain all ages. Tickets: $15 and up

Jupiter Ball
NOV. 20, 7PM moreheadplanetarium.org/jupiter

The Morehead Planetarium’s 16th annual black-tie event will feature a champagne reception, a gourmet dinner, dancing and live music. The event will honor Jeff Powell, designer of 3-D printer prosthetics, and Will and Mary Pope Osborne, acclaimed authors of the Magic Tree House book series. Tickets: $275

The Bluegrass Ball
NOV. 21, 7:30PM catscradle.com

The Travelin’ McCourys will host a night of impromptu jams, collaborations, and foot- stomping traditional and progressive songs. The show will also feature performances from Drew Emmitt and Andy Thorn of Leftover Salmon. Tickets: $20-$23

Gallop & Gorge 8k
NOV. 26, 8AM cardinaltrackclub.com

Before the turkey and football, wake up early on Thanksgiving and get your heart pumping. As the third and final race in the Cardinal Track Club’s 11th annual Le Tour de Carrboro race series, the 8K will take runners through Carrboro neighborhoods, starting and finishing on Weaver Street. Registration: $30 CHM

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Schyler Martin is a senior studying journalism and screenwriting at UNC-Chapel Hill. She has an interest in blending journalism with the entertainment aspect of film and television, and plans to move to Los Angeles after graduating.
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