Weekend at a Glance
Enjoy January in Chapel Hill with orchestral music, art galleries, goat yoga and more!
By Matt Wade
THURSDAY: UNC School of Law’s Faculty Speaker Series presents Professor Barbara A. Fedders as she discusses child sexuality and the law, children’s rights, youth justice, criminal defense, and the juvenile and criminal justice systems.
FRIDAY: Flutist and composer Nathalie Joachim performs her orchestral piece ‘Fanm d’Ayiti’ along with the Spektral Quartet at Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall, celebrating Haiti’s under recognized female artists. Presented by Carolina Performing Arts.
SATURDAY: Garage rock band Tula Vera performs at The Cave, with openers Eyeball, Condado and People of Earth.
SUNDAY: The North Carolina Symphony performs Gustav Holst’s orchestral suite ‘The Planets’ at Memorial Hall.
A sing-along featuring songs from Christian, Jewish and other secular and spiritual traditions, Kehillah Synagogue presents The Harmony Project at Local 506 as a united vocal response to the October 2018 shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. This concert is a collaboration with Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, University Presbyterian Church, Chapel of the Cross, Christ United Methodist Church and University United Methodist Church.
Song Traveler’s Writer’s Night, Thursday, Cat’s Cradle
Benchmark, Thursday, The Cave
Resolutions 2020 Opening Reception, Friday, Hillsborough Gallery of Arts
January/February Exhibit Opening Reception, Friday, FRANK Gallery
2nd Friday ArtWalk, Friday, Chapel Hill and Carrboro
Owl Prowl, Friday, Mason Farm Biological Preserve
Hiss Golden Messenger, Friday, Cat’s Cradle
Heat Preacher and The Gone Ghosts, Friday, Cat’s Cradle
Wake Moody, Friday, Local 506
Scrub Pine, Friday, The Cave
Baby Goat Infused Yoga, Saturday and Sunday, Spring Haven Farm
Free Music Day Camp and Choral Workshop for Kids, Saturday, Binkley Baptist Church
Maj Deeka, Saturday, Cat’s Cradle
Cold Cream and Patois Counselors, Saturday, Local 506
Winter Hike, Sunday, Eno River State Park
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