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April 16, 2019, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Carrboro Century Center - Century Hall
Parents and young children (5 & under) can come enjoy some unstructured playtime in the spacious Century Hall. There will be music to dance to, blocks, crawl tunnels, and other toys to play with and plenty of space. It will be a great opportunity to meet new friends and playmates. No registration required.
April 16, 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ CURRENT Studio
Comprehensive, regional public transportation systems and connected, accessible greenways are two strategies that can address the joint goals of ameliorating climate change and building equity. Join us in Carolina Square’s new CURRENT Studio (123 W. Franklin Street) for this important community conversation in our Sustainable Communities Series.
WE’LL BE TALKING ABOUT:
How public transit and greenways build equity and address climate change
Our existing public transportation and greenways systems
How we can support these community resources and make them stronger
WITH THESE LOCAL EXPERTS:
Dr. Allie Thomas, Professor with the UNC Department of City and Regional Planning
Commissioner Mark Marcoplos, Orange County
Brian Litchfield, Director of Chapel Hill Transit
April 16, 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Motorco Music Hall
Coal Ash. Lead. Aging Infrastructure. Every drink of water is a risk: Where did it come from? How did it get there? What chemicals or microbes are in it? Who processed it and how well? Come listen to an interdisciplinary group of Duke University students showcase their creative projects, sharing insights they learned from communities and stakeholders across the state about the kinds of risks they encounter in their drinking water.
This Periodic Tables presentation focuses on three different case studies that explore water and risk in North Carolina: lead contamination in Durham, coal ash impoundments in Belmont, and aging infrastructure in Orange County. Collectively, these case studies make visible the structural risks built into our politics, laws, and infrastructure.
Join us for an evening of discussion on local drinking water and the complex factors impacting its quality.
April 16, 2019, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Grey Culbreth Middle School Gymnasium (located in back left of school)
The Carrboro Recreation and Parks Department Drop-In programs allow participants the opportunity to play in an informal setting and to meet others of similar sporting interest. Groups are welcome to attend.
Ages: 16+ (Experienced players 15&U are welcomed to attend w/ a parent)