Weekend at a Glance: Sept. 12-15

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Weekend at a Glance

 

Some of the season’s most artistic events are in full swing this weekend!

 

By Hannah Lee

 

Independent Animal Rescue's annual Painted Chair and More Auction
The Independent Animal Rescue in Durham moved its annual Painted Chair Auction to St. Thomas More Catholic Church this year. Photo courtesy of Independent Animal Rescue

THURSDAY:

PlayMakers Repertory Company kicks off September with a Nambi E. Kelley’s theatrical adaptation of “Native Son,” based on Richard Wright’s 1940 novel about a black youth living in Chicago’s South Side. The show runs all weekend long.

FRIDAY:

Experience a culmination of cutting-edge rap, hip-hop and pop from Philadelphia-born, Grammy-nominated Tierra Whack at Memorial Hall, with Raleigh-based rapper ZENSOFLY opening the show. 

SATURDAY:

The Independent Animal Rescue (IAR), a nonprofit animal rescue based in Durham, will host its 17th annual Painted Chair & More Auction from 6:30-9pm at Saint Thomas More Catholic Church in the Friends and Family Hall. Join fellow animal and art lovers to bid on silent and live auction items including: hand-crafted painted furniture, artwork, jewelry, as well as performances, services, dining and travel experiences. There will also be live music by The Dogwood Blossom Band, refreshments and a cash wine/beer bar.

SUNDAY:

Dance your heart out to bands all day long on the Southern Village Green for Village Rocks for Education. Bands include Liquid Pleasure, School of Rock‘s House Band, Rock 101ers, Lucky 13 (Chapel Hill High School’s all-female a cappella group) and Ravary. The event will benefit the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public Schools Foundation, and all Southern Village restaurants will be serving take-out specials.

Other Picks:

UNC Women’s Soccer vs. Wake Forest, Thursday, UNC Lacrosse & Soccer Stadium

‘We Are Here’ 20th annual Puppet Pageant, Friday-Sunday, Forest Theatre

Fridays on the Front Porch, Friday, The Carolina Inn

2nd Friday ArtWalk at The Visitors Center, Friday, Chapel Hill/Orange County Visitors Center

Opening Reception for A Matter of Form by Allison Tierney, Friday, The ArtsCenter

Jazz Night in September, Friday, La Vita Dolce

Art Adventures at the Ackland, Saturday, Ackland Art Museum 

5th annual Critter Carnival, Saturday, Southern Community Park

Sculpture in the Garden Preview Party, Saturday, North Carolina Botanical Garden

Aid for the Bahamas w/ Dissimilar South, Gone Ghosts + more!, Saturday, Cat’s Cradle

Meadowmont Music Series: The Charlie Band, Saturday, Meadowmont Gazebo (301 Old Barn Ln.)

The Lumina Theatre Outdoor Movie with ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home,’ Saturday, Southern Village Green

Sundays in Hillsborough with live music from She Bop, Sunday, corner of North Churton and King Streets

Penny & Sparrow, Sunday, Cat’s Cradle

Awesome Beans featuring The Ghost + Bones, Sunday, Nash Street Tavern

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