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2 THE CAROLINA TIMES
SAT., MAY 30, 1881 V
Calendar And Announcements
BLOOD DRIVE HONORING DR. CHARLES
DREW -4- June 1, 3. 5, the American Red Cross,
1000 E. Forest Hills Blvd., is asking black organiza
tions to recruit blood donors in honor of Dr. '
Charles Drew, the renowned black physician who
pioneered our modern blood banking system. Give
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ticipate, call 489-6541 or Mrs. Edythe King at
FLEA MARKET The Durham Chapter of
Jack and Jill of America is sponsoring a "Flea
Market" on Saturday, May 30, St. Joseph's AME
Church, 2521 Fayetteville St., 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Best
bargains of the year!
SUMMER DAY CAMP Registration is now
open for tire Durham YMCA summer day camp
program. The popular campwill begin operation on
June 15, and run for ten separate weekly sessions.
Program is open to to all children ages 5 to J 2. Ac
tivities will include swim instruction, free swim,
weekly field trips, recreational gymnastics sports,
and much more. For more information, call the
Central YMCA, 682-uju or tne uiKewooa i ai
HAVING GARDENING PROBLEMS
Maybe - the Agricultural Extension Master
Gardeners of Durham can help. Local volunteer
gardeners are available to assist you with any t
gardening questions you may have.
The 'hotline number is 682-5000, operating daily
from 9 a.m. til 1 p.m. through May.
SINGLE PARENT TRAINING GROUP
Learn depressurizing techniques, explore
cooperatjve parenting. An educational and en
joyable class. Mondays 7-8:30 p.m., YWCA, 809
ProctorSt., July 15-20. Register now. For inexpen
sive child care, call 688-4396 by June 8.
"FETISH ART INVITATIONAL", a show
featuring artists Steve Clapp, Rich Craven, Barbara
Harmeyer, Mark Keppler, Bill McAllister,
Lawrence Merenstein, Johnnie Mizell, Jerry Noe,
Ann Rowles and Ann Shearer will run through May
31 at CenterGallery, 118 E. Main St., Carrboro.
Gallery hours: 11-5 Friday-Saturday; 2-5 Sunday.
For information, call 967-1316.
A MULTI MEDIA ART EXHIBIT by
members of CenterGallery will be on display
through June 26 at the N.C. Council on the Status
of Women Gallery, 526 N. WilmingtonSt.,
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mation.-call 733-2455 or 682-6234;'
SUMMER CLASSES Registration is open for
six weeks of summer classes at The Studio Dance
School, 131) S. Roxborp St., in ballet, tap, ethnic,
jazz and gymnastics, beginning the week of June
15. Weekday evenings or Saturdays. For more in
formation, call 688-6961 or 682-6382.
REGISTER NOW for classes at the New Per
forming Dance Co. & School, an affiliate member
of the Durham Arts Council. A community
outreach program offers free dance classes in Afro
American technique with Chuck Davis through the
American Dance Festival. Children's and adult
classes in modern, jazz styles, ballet, modern jazz,
: and dance exercise are available. Second summer
session starts June 15. Call 688-1 138 for more infor
mation. OPEN AIR CONCERT - The Durham Sym
phony, in conjunction with the Durham Recreation
Department, will present an open-air concert on
Sunday, June ly 4 p.m., in the courtyard of the
Edison Johnson Recreation Center on Murray
Avenue. (In case of rain, the concert will be held in
the Center's auditorium.) Program will include
workby Rimski-Korsakov, Richard Strauss,
Sousa, Verdi and Dvorak. Admission is free and the
public is eordially invited to attend.
NCCU ARTISTS: NEW HORIZONS Art ex
hibit through Summer School, North Carolina Cen
tral , University Museum of Art. No admission
charge. Hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Friday; 2-5 ,
"THE SEASONED EYE" is a mixed media
exhibition of fifteen mature artists at -CenterGallery,
118-A E. Main St., Carrboro.
Opening is, Friday June.5, 8-10 p.m. and the show
will run through June 28. Gallery Hours: 11-5 Fri
day and Saturday; 2-5 Sunday. For more informa
tion, call 967-1319. '
TO HONOR RETIREES The Durham City
Association of Educators and. the Association of
Classroom Teachers will honor the retiring
educators of the Durham City School System Fri
day, May 29, at 5:30 p.m., at Rogers-Herr Junior
High School. For further information, contact
Barry Rice . at Brogden Junior High School,
FREE FEATURE MOVIES are shown each
Saturday at 3 p.m., in the auditorium of the
Durham County Public Library. Plan to see
"Requiem For A Heavyweight" May 30;
"Gaslight" June 6; "Gay Divorcee" June 13;
"Citizen Kane" June 20.
PREVIEW OF SUMMER PROGRAMS The
Difrham Parks' and Recreation Department will
sponsor a Preview of Summer Programs on Satur-.
day, May 30 starting at 1 p.m., at South Square
Mall. Exhibit and demonstrations of summer op
portunities. Scheduled to perform are the New Generation ,
Gospel Singers, Annette's Swingers Square Dance
Group, Piedmont Coggers and the Hayes Samir
Quartet. Demonstrations will include youth karate,
aerobic dance, belly dance, gymnastics and more.
For more information, call 683-4355.
ESSAY CONTEST In preparation for the
Town of Carrboro's Annual. July 4th festivities,
youth ages 6-12 will have an opportunity to win a
$50 savings bond in Carrboro's July 4th Essay Con
test. The contest is part of the Carrboro July 4th
Old Fashioned Family Day Celebration sponsored
by the Recreation and Parks Commission. , -'
In an effort to encourage youth in the community
to think about the true meaning of Independence
Day, the theme N"What July 4th Means To My
Family" was selected.
Age divisions and world limitations are as
. ages 6-8 will be limited to 150 words or less;
ages 9-1 2, Will be limited to 250 words or less;
entries must be neatly written on lined notepaper
on one side only with an allowance for adequate
margins. Ink is preferred but not required.
Name, address, telephone number and age should -be
written on a separate but attached sheet of
Entries should be turned in by 5 p.m. on Friday,
June 12, at. the Carrboro Recreation and Parks
Department located in the Carrboro Town Hall.
First and second place, winners will be chosen
from each age division. First prize will be a $50
bond and a plaque. Second prize winners will
receive a plaque and certificate. Winners will be
notified and prizes presented during the July 4th
For more information, call 942-8541, ext. 203.
PARTNERS AUCTION - The third annual
Partners Auction to raise funds to support and ex-,
pand the Partners program will be held on Satur
day, June 6. The day-Ions auction will be telecast
live on WRAL-TV, Channel 5. Viewers will be able
to call in bids on new retail merchandise and ser-
'vices donated by area merchants.
Last year's auction produced $45,000 for Part
: ners. . ""
Partners works with youths 10-18 years old who
are in trouble or need special help. By matching -them
up with a caring adult, these youngsters are
helped with the many problems of growing up;"
AUCTION AND YARD SALE The Orange
County Women's Center is planning its first major .
fundraising event for 1981. The Center's Fundrais
ing Committee will hold an auction Saturday, June
6, 10 a.m., at the Carr Mill Mall in Carrboro.
Along with the auction there will be a yard sale,
refreshments, and information and literature about
the Women's Center, and its programs. Rain date:
WOMEN'S CENTER AUCTION Ms. Nancy
Lee of WCHL radio will emcee the Orange County
Women's Center Auction Saturday, June 6 at 10
a.m. at Carr Mill Mall. (Rain date: June 13). Auc
tioneers will be Emerson Page of Durham and Ms.
Beverly Burke of WTVD-TV News.
Auction items will include articles and services
donated by local businesses, and members of the
community. There will also be a yard sale,
refreshments, balloons, and information about the
Women's Center and its programs.
WRITING WORKSHOPS - Writing is a skill ",
that everyone has and yet everyone can improve. A
series of three-hour workshops offered by Duke
University Office of Continuing Education is
designed to help people in a variety of careers to
write concisely, attractively and efficiently. The in
structor is Ms. Lucy Knight, a free lance writer who
now works as Coordinator of Research" Support at
Individual sessions will meet, 6-9 p.m., in the.
Bivins Building, East Campus. Registration is open
to the public without prerequisite. Details may be
obtained by calling the Office of Continuing Educa
Schedule is: Tues. June 23-Writing for Profes
sionals; Thurs. June 25-Writing for Medical Profes
sionals; Mon. June 29-Writing for Your Boss; Wed.
July 1-Writing Grant Proposals; Mon. July
13-Writing Research Papers.
MUSEUM OF LIFE AND SCIENCE - 433
Murray Avenue, Durham, is open 10 a.m. to 6
p.m., Tuesday through Saturday; 1-6 p.m., Sun
day. Call 477-0431 for information. :
"SWEDEN SAVES ENERGY!", an international
exhibit of photographs and models describing im
aginative solar, wind, and hydroelectric energy pro
jects, through June 7.
SUMMER ACTIVITIES: It is time to sign up for
summer activities. Call 477-0431 to learn about art
workshops, day camps, children's classes, Junior
Curator Program, and adult classes being offered
from June 15 through mid-August, - M
MUSEUM MATINEE: Friday, .May 29, 3:30
p.m., "Animal of the Week" demonstration.
Saturday, May 30, 3:30 p.m., special activity
highlighting the sheep at the museum.
Sunday, May 31, 3:30 p.m., full. feature science
fiction movie "The Day the Earth Stood Stijl".
AUDITIONS for three Llllion Hellman plays,
"The Lark", "The Children's Hour', and
"Another Part of the Forest" will be held at
Theatre in the Park June 1-2 at 7:30. For more in
formation call 755-6058. ,
Bryce Wagner of the Bryce Wagner Dance Pro
ject, begins modern dance classes at Theatre in the
Park Monday and Tuesday, June 8 and 9. Twelve
classes will be offered in six weeks. All levels ac
cepted. Those with a love and desire for dance, con
tact 755-6058. Tuition will be charged. '
SUMMER CLASSES at the Duke Union Craft
Center are now available for registration. The
classes offered this summer are pottery, jewelry,
silkscreen on fabric and family clay. There are also
several one-day workshops sun print, raku and
copper enameling, as well as twoklay workshops in
hammock making and sort sculpture. Registration
is being conducted 1 1 a.m.-5 prrt.; Monday-Friday,
in the Union office, 207 Flowers Building upstairs
from Page Auditorium. Formore information, call
GROUP FOR RAPE VICTIMS A six to eight
week 'support group for womert' who have been
' raped is being offered by the Orange County Rape
Crisis Center beginning at the end of May. A train
ed Rape Crisis volunteer will facilitate the group; T'
The group will meet for about two hours each
week at a time decided on by the group members
and the facilitator. Thp group is open to any women
in the. community. An $8 donation is requested.
I TALF MEETING The Triangle Area Lesbian "
1 Feminists writ hold thejr monthiymeeting on Satur
day, June 6, 7 p.m., at the YWCA, corner of '
Vickers and-Poctor Sts., Durham. There will be a
potluck picnic followed by readings and a dance.
Bring your own beverages and food. Child care will
SINGLE PARENTS SUPPORT GROUP
starting June 2. A time and place for single parents
" to discuss the issues relating to their lives and to
gain Support and encouragement from others who
are experiencing similar life situations. Call the
Women's Center, 968-4646, or stop by at 406 W.
Rosemary St., Chapel Hill for dates, times and to
THE DURHAM JUNIOR NOVICE TENNIS
TOURNAMENT sponsored by the Durham Parks
and Recreation Department will be held at the Rock
Quarry Tennis Courts June 15-18. The tournament
is open to players 10-14 years old. Applications are
available at City Tennis Courts or call 683-4355 to
obtain one. Entry fee is $8 fdr singles and $10 for
doubles. Application deadline is June 5 at 4:30 p.m.
YOUTH TENNIS LEAGUE - The Durham
Parks and Recreation Department announces the
formation of it's Youth Tennis League. Teams will
be formed at various park locations. Youth will
receive instruction and compete in weekly team
matches. The league is open to boys and girls ages
10-18. Cost is $10 per child. To register, call the
Tennis Director at 683-4355 or fill out a registration
form at Edison Johnson or W.D. Hill bv June 5.
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