5 Events Not To Miss: September/October

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Broadwood Ayr – Sept. 19, 3pm and 5:30pm – Celebrate historic Hillsborough home Ayr Mount’s bicentennial with a parlor concert. Soprano Andrea Edith Moore will sing accompanied by pianist Keiko Sekino on the Kirkland family’s 1797 Broadwood Grant Pianoforte. A patio reception will be held between the two performances. Tickets: $100. classicalamericanhomes.org/ayr-mount

Kenny Endo and Kaoru Watanabe – Sept. 29, 7:30pm – By fusing Japanese folk and percussion instruments with jazz and experimental music, the pair brings the sounds of ancient Japan to the modern world in this cross-cultural performance. Tickets: $10-$29. carolinaperformingarts.org

Festifall Arts Festival – Oct. 4 – Now in its 43th year, the free outdoor festival will draw thousands to West Franklin Street for performances by local bands and dance groups, a market of homemade works and plenty of activities for kids. chapelhillfestifall.com

TerraVita – Oct. 8-10 – The annual food and wine festival brings North Carolina chefs and artisans committed to sustainable practices and thousands of foodies together for a series of events that include dinners, classes and a huge tasting on the Village Green at Southern Village. Tickets: $45 and up. terravitaevent.com

Empty Bowls – Oct. 18, 3:30pm – Enjoy live music and a meal at Provence of Carrboro served in a locally made, keepsake pottery bowl all while supporting the local childhood hunger relief efforts of TABLE. Tickets: $30. tablenc.org/empty-bowls

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Lanier Gray is a Journalism major and Hispanic Studies minor at the UNC-Chapel Hill, Class of 2018. Through coursework and extracurricular activities, Lanier explores and develops her passions for reporting, advertising and public relations. At UNC-CH, Lanier is involved with the Campus Y: UNC’s Center for Social Justice, Admissions Ambassadors, Her Campus Chapel Hill, North Carolina Scholastic Media Association, Natura Magazine and more. In her free time, she enjoys photography, sports, finding new music, watching movies and trying new foods.
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