Weekend at a Glance: June 20-23

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Weekend at a Glance


Storytime, supporting locals, the summer solstice and more!

By CC Kallam
During the Summer Solstice Vanity Fair circa 1890 at the Merry Hill house, peacocks will be roaming around in addition to other farm animals. Photo by Hartman Outdoor Photography


Watch as five female finalists vie for up to $10,000 in prizes at WE PITCH. This women entrepreneurs pitch at The Carolina Theatre of Durham was designed by women to support women. Hosted by The Central Carolina Women in Business, enjoy the party and presentations!


Support the live performance of local bluegrass artist, Tommy Edwards, at Roost Beer Garden this evening along with local beer and artisan wood-fired pizzas.


Bring the kiddos to Pride Month Storytime for readings from Alicia Stemper and Carrboro Mayor Lydia Lavelle beginning at 11am at the Carrboro Branch Library. A 30-minute make-and-take craft activity will follow.


Explore innovative Orange County farms and farming practices at the Summer Solstice Vanity Fair circa 1890 at Merry Hill. Local farm exhibitors will give a sneak peek into futuristic farming practices of 2020. There will also be Angora rabbits from Avillion Farm, bee education demonstrations from Bailey Bee Supply, opportunities to chat with Hoof Beat Farm on how they grow grains for local brewers, and dressed-up ponies from Walker Acres Farm.

Other Picks:

Night Moves, Friday, Cat’s Cradle

FiFi’s Grand Opening Party, Friday, FiFi’s of Carrboro

Fridays on the Front Porch, Friday, The Carolina Inn

Tunes and Fright Films, Friday, The Chelsea Theater

Free Yin Yoga Class & Live Music, Friday, Dogwood Studio

Vecino Brewing Co. Anniversary, Friday-Saturday, Vecino Brewing Co.

How To Create A Pollinator Garden, Saturday, 1406 Spring Overlook Ln.

‘The Wizard of Oz’ (rescheduled), Saturday, Southern Village Green

No Shame Theater, Saturday, The ArtsCenter

Chapel Hill 2-Day Camp, Saturday, Briar Chapel

‘Bloom & Bouquet’ Lavender Wine Dinner, Saturday, Lavender Oaks Farm

Jazz Brunch, Sunday, Weaver Street Market

Music in the Meadow, Sunday, Great Meadow Park

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