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"Applications and Practical Uses for Remote Viewing" with Joe McMoneagle
If anyone can talk about remote viewing, it's Joe McMoneagle. Consider one of the world's best remote viewers, Joe has a long and diverse history of experience, both in and out of the military. His experiences range from near death and out of body experiences to government spy operations and even include attempts on his life. Has this 'ability' guided and help him through the years? You bet. It is always an interesting evening when Joe comes to town.
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"Field of Hope" Baseball Game
The Durham Bulls will host the fourth annual “Field of Hope” baseball game, presented by UNC Health Care and benefiting the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. The Bulls game against the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders will raise money to support the prevention and treatment of various women’s cancers. The REX Mobile Mammography Unit will be parked past the outfield to highlight how this community initiative is bringing mammography services to medically underserved women across the Triangle and central North Carolina. To date, the unit has served more than 57,000 women in the community.
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Education, Community Event
"State of Public Education in NC: What does it have to do with me?"
Cumberland County Progressives Educational Forum "State of Public Education in NC: What does it have to do with me?" Thursday, August 3, 2017 Doors will open at 6:00 Program: 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm. North Regional Public Library Meeting Room 855 McArthur Rd, Fayetteville, NC 28311 Moderator: Sylvia A. Locklear Panel Participants: Renada Lewis Radiah Johnson Joseph F. Sorce Call: 910 960 7048 E-mail:
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Benefit/Fundraiser, Family/Child, Food/Tasting
"Stop & Go" BBQ Fundraiser
You are invited to join Special Blessings for a BBQ Fundraiser on Friday, September 23rd, from 3-7 pm (or until food runs out) Location: Jim's Mini Mart, 4826 Watkins Rd. in Raleigh. (Corner of Old Milburnie & Watkins Rd.) Plates are $8 each and include, BBQ Pork, Slaw, corn, Dessert & Drink Why cook on a Friday night when you can stop by Jim's Mini Mart, pick up a hot, delicious meal, AND Make a Difference. Relax! It's Friday! Dinner's Ready! Be sure to arrive early! Our BBQ sells out quickly! Yup! It's THAT good! Don’t forget to share and invite your friends! 100% of All proceeds raised will be applied toward Special Blessings programs and services. Special Blessings is a 501 c 3 Nonprofit Organization that serves Children & Adults with Developmental Disabilities and Their Families. Learn more by visiting Or on Facebook:
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Ballroom, Classical Dance, World Dance
"Swing Daddy" Mario Robau 2-Day West Coast Swing Workshop
The "Swing Daddy" Mario Robau is a multi-award winning, nationally renowned teacher and dancer with more than 20 years experience. Mario "old school" with emphasis on teaching leaders and footwork. He will teach a total of six workshops between Saturday and Sunday August 26-27 and offer private lessons starting on Friday, August 25. Here is a list of the 6 Workshop topics and times for Sat, Aug 26 and Sun, Aug 27. Do them alacarte, or take them all for one low price. Sat 10:45 pm Workshop 1 - Making Basics Look Advanced Sat noon Workshop 2 - Unexpected Social Patterns & Styling Saturday 2:30 pm Workshop 3 - Musicality Made Simple Sat 3:45 pm Workshop 4 - Haute Dawg Skills & Styling Sun 1:00 pm Workshop 5 - Syncopations Made Simple Sun 2:15 pm Workshop 6 - Newest Cool Patterns on the Floor
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"Therapeutic Horticulture" by Rieppe Hendrick, Wake County Extension Master Gardener
Gardening Adventures with Extension Master Gardener Volunteers is a lecture series cohosted with the JC Raulston Arboretum.
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"Too Wise You Are"
New animal paintings by Chapel Hill neoOutsider artist St. George (George Spencer). Crook's Corner Restaurant, Chapel Hill. Aug. 1-Sept. 3. Meet the artist Fri., Aug 11, 6-8.
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Art Show
“Summer Shine” End of the Sizzlin’ Summer Auction and Final Friday reception at Cary Gallery of Artists
“Summer Shine” End of the Sizzlin’ Summer Auction and Final Friday reception featuring Jean Cheely’s kiln-fused & formed glass, Jan Kinlaw’s acrylic paintings, and acrylic collages by Marie Lawrence. Venue Name: Cary Gallery of Artists Address: 200 S. Academy Street Suite 120, Cary, NC 27511 This show runs July 28 through Aug 19, 2017. Details: Sizzlin’ Summer Auction closes on Friday, July 28. All silent bidding ends at 8pm. Winning bidders will be contacted if not present at that time. The public is invited to see the art, talk with the artists and bid on beautiful art works at a bargain.
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“You really stuck it to me today”: The Political Cartoons of Dwane Powell: Exhibit Opening
The City of Raleigh Museum announced that its retrospective of the nationally syndicated work of political cartoonist and area resident Dwane Powell will open to the public Sunday, June 4. Titled “You really stuck it to me today”: The Political Cartoons of Dwane Powell,” the free exhibit will feature more than 40 cartoons from Powell’s childhood to the present, as well as sketchbooks and artifacts of the cartoonist’s trade. “You really stuck it to me today” will be on display through 2019. Powell has inked over 15,000 cartoons during his four decade-long career that have caricatured presidents, politicians, and North Carolina notables. Powell began cartooning for The News & Observer newspaper in 1975, where he remained until his official retirement in 2009. He continues to ink images for the newspaper’s Sunday edition. His provocative drawings about topics such as gun control and HB2 never fail to tickle funny bones or raise hackles, and are always successful in inspiring audiences to engage in current events conversations.
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15th International Food and Music Festival
The International Food and Music Festival is held annually on the third Saturday in September. Festival attendees get to taste the world while enjoying free music and dance entertainment, kids games, and outstanding raffle prizes. The festival features authentic foods from a dozen countries, including such favorites as Dominican Republic rice chicken, Ecuadoran fried plantains, Filipino Manilla Bay barbecue, Polish pierogie, and Salvadoran pupusas, as well as homemade desserts. Entertainment includes The Marcel Portilla Band (Latin/Pop/Rock/Blues) and the North Side Community Church Praise & Worship Team. Classic children’s games are augmented with games from Inflate-A-Party: Rock Climbing Wall, Large Castle, Basketball Shoot and Dunk Tank. 2017 will mark the 15th year of the festival, which is organized and operated by the Saint Eugene Catholic Church parishioners.
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