temporary links for August '19



                art stuff

  the Nasher Art Museum at Duke has a variety of (weird) stuff

  NC Art Museum's exhibits
            coming October 26, 2019  and through January 19, 2020:

                Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism

  Reynolda House (Winston Salem) has Leyendecker and the Golden Age of American Illustration
        August 31 - December 31, 2019


 
                 food and exhibit stuff
 

  the 43rd annual Lazy Daze on Cary's Academy St. is 2 days:  saturday august 24th  (9 am - 6 pm) & sunday the 25th (12:30 - 5 pm)

  Body Mind Spirit Celebration is also the 25th/26th at the NC Fairgrounds

  Restaurant Week in Raleigh is August  13 - 19

  14th annual NC Japan summer festival, August 3, noon - 7 pm at NC fairgrounds...  $5.95 in advance; $6 at the door  (why does this cost money?)

  Packapalooza  is Saturday (2 - 10 pm), August 24 at NC State.... since 80,000 people are expected, a good reason not to go anywhere near there


                    and in Durham

  Triangle Pagan Alliance meets Wednesday, August 1 from 7 - 11 pm at Arcana on Main St.   (ok, every month's first Wednesday)

  Durham Latino Festival is August 10 at Rock Quarry Park from noon - 5 pm with food, music, arts & crafts

  Triangle VegFest 2019  doesn't have a confirmation date yet

  Citizens Climate Lobby generally meets the 2nd Saturday of the month at noon at  Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (ERUUF),
                                             4907 Garrett Road ยท Durham, NC


                    and on/near Labor Day Weekend  (September 1 - 3)


Treasures of the Earth Raleigh Gem & Mineral (ok, & jewelry) Show is August 30 through September 2 at NC state fairgrounds
                check website for hours ... admission is $5


  African-American cultural festival is August 31st (11 am to 10 pm) & September 1st (1 - 10 pm) -- but art/food vendors close at dusk
                --  in Raleigh
on Fayetteville St.

  food truck rodeo in Durham:  Sunday, September 1st  in Durham Central Park from noon to 4 pm


            practical and miscellaneous stuff

  get your nature here:

            i-naturalist uses AI to identify plants and animals on your hike....   ditto says the Smithsonian

            interactive butterfly guide

            the Map of Life app (Android and Apple) has local wildlife

  how to store summer's best vegetables and fruits

Stain Removal Guide

 
 
anything from the US government


check the weather in  


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