Weekend at a Glance: June 13-16

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Weekend at a Glance

 

Much to do to celebrate dad this weekend (a lot of which are kid-friendly!)

By Hannah Lee
The renowned North Carolina Symphony performs under musical director Grant Llewellyn at the Southern Village Green on Friday.

THURSDAY:

Pitchers of plants and pitchers of beer at dusk in the garden: it doesn’t get much better than that! Join the North Carolina Botanical Garden in the courtyard of its Carnivorous Plant Collection for Pitchers & Pitchers from 6 to 8 p.m. Conservation and horticulture staff, who research and protect these fascinating species, will share their knowledge on this one-of-a-kind plant collection. Attendees must be 21 years of age or older. Registration is required.

FRIDAY:

Bring your picnic blankets (and maybe some snacks!) for the annual North Carolina Symphony Pops Concert. The Symphony will be performing under musical director Grant Lewellyn on the Southern Village Green at 7:30 p.m.

SATURDAY:

Pay what you will – and bring the kids for free! – at Flush Fest 2019 at 711 Eno St. There’s a full lineup of musicians from noon until 9:30 p.m. There will also be a photo booth, balloon animals, bubbles, a potluck dinner at 6 p.m. and a silent film with live piano at dark. Proceeds will benefit Hillsborough filmmakers Grace Beeler and Kellen Smith, creators of the Triangle Refugee Film Project.

SUNDAY:

Come relax and inhale the sweet fragrance of lavender at Sunshine Lavender Farm‘s 16th annual Open Farm Weekend. Arrive early for a lavender latte from Apt. N Coffee and work with local artists during various workshops. And don’t forget your farmers market shopping list! Of the many things to do, there will be local vendors such as farmers from the Hillsborough Farmers Market, who will be holding a mini-market.

Other Picks:

School’s Out Gelato Party, Thursday, La Vita Dolce Cafe

Attention Horse Comedy Presents: The Roast of Thanos, Thursday, The PIT-Chapel Hill

Dylan LeBlanc, Thursday, Cat’s Cradle Back Room

Summer Blast Kickoff Party, Friday, Chapel Hill Public Library

Freight Train Blues Music Series (Final Day), Friday, Carrboro Town Commons

Fridays on the Front Porch, Friday, The Carolina Inn

2nd Friday Art Walk Featuring LGBTQ Art & Kids Drop In, Friday, Carrboro Town Hall

Opening Reception: Truth + Tamales, Friday, The ArtsCenter

Opening Reception featuring Berkeley Grimball, Jim Lux, Mary Stone Lamb, Jim Oleson and Phillip Welch, Friday, FRANK Gallery

Opening Reception, Friday, Oneoneone

2nd Anniversary Party, Saturday, Botanist & Barrel

The Modern Art House Tour, Saturday, 4500 Hollow Oaks Rd.

The Lumina Theater Outdoor Movie: Captain Marvel, Saturday, Southern Village Green

BBQ & Beer Father’s Day Event, Sunday, The Carolina Inn

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