Weekend at a Glance: March 28-31

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Weekend at a Glance


Make the most of the sunny weekend with antiques, performing arts, our area’s best food trucks and more!

By Ellie Glass
Rodeo on Rosemary returns to downtown Chapel Hill on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. This lively street celebration will feature a variety of area food trucks on East Rosemary Street between Henderson and North Columbia Streets. Photo courtesy of the Town of Chapel Hill


Singer-songwriter William Fitzsimmons comes to The ArtsCenter to perform his new record, “Mission Bell.” The tape-centric album tells a story of pain and healing through the crumbling of a marriage.


Peruse the first day of the Tarheel Antiques Festival, complete with affordable vendors, auctions and appraisals, at the Barn at Lloyd’s Dairy in Efland. This weekend-long event benefits the Meridian Community Foundation, which is trying to build a park in northern Orange County.


Is mixology a science? Or is it an art? See for yourself at the Ackland Art Museum for Artini: Mad Science. Taste signature cocktails and hors d’oeuvres from local favorites while dancing to music by DJ Luxe Posh from Raleigh.


Kick off spring with the Rodeo on Rosemary at The Plaza with offerings from more than a dozen of the Triangle area’s best food trucks. The celebration, taking place on East Rosemary Street from Henderson Street to North Columbia Street, features games, music and miniature golf, all while benefitting TABLE.

Other Picks:

Music on the Porch, Thursday, Love House

Business After Hours with YPG Connect, Thursday, The Hot Tin Roof

Back Bar Theatre presents “Manos: The Hands of Fate,” Thursday, Back Bar

Wonky Tonk, Thursday, Local 506

Black-Owned Bookstores: Their Struggle for Survival & Revival, Friday, The Sonja Haynes Stone Center

‘Colors of Spring’ Opening Reception, Friday, Margaret Lane Gallery

Chris Musina exhibition opening, Friday, Oneoneone Gallery

Thelma and the Sleaze, Friday, Local 506

SlugWife Takeover Tour, Friday, Cat’s Cradle

Frank & Eileen Teelab Trunk Show, Friday and Saturday, Dovecote

Kidzu Community Pop-Up Museum, Saturday and Sunday, Hillsborough Elementary

Shelles, Saturday, Local 506

Carbon Leaf, Saturday, Cat’s Cradle

The Midnight, Sunday, Cat’s Cradle

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