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Calendar And Announcements
"BIG . BROTHER' NEEDED A seven year
old boy desperately needs a "big brother" to spend
some time with him. He lives with his 73 year old
"foster mother" and would enjoy the opportunity
to go somewhere , and participate in outside ac
tivities. Call the Volunteer Services Bureau at
688-8977 if you are willing to consider this need.
SUMMER DAY CAMP Enroll your child to
day for the exciting Durham YMCA summer day
camp program. Make sure your child has an en
joyable, rewarding summer sharing in fun activities
such as swim instruction, free swim, weekly field
trips, recreational gymnastics, recreational sports,
arts and crafts and much more. Camps will be held
at both Durham YMCA branches. For more infor
mation, call the Central YMCA, 682-0313 or the
Lakewood Y at 489-2610.
TENNIS LESSONS are offered at Edison
Johnson Recreation Center on an on-going basis
Monday and Wednesday mornings at 9a.rn.-and
10:30. Cost for 12 hours of instruction is $22 for Ci
ty residents and $24 for non-residents. Register at
Edison Johnson Recreation Centeror call 683-4355
for more information. Resource person: Ms. Eileen
Witt. . ' - ' L' '
SUMMER ACTIVITIES FOR TEENS The
Young Adult Section of the Durham ,, County
Library will host a series of filmdiscussion sessions
this summer. Each Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. in the
auditorium of the Main Library groups will preview
somof the newest films and share their opinions.
Film scheduled for June 19 is "First Signs of
For teens who are print-oriented, a book discus
sion will begin at 3 p.m. each Wednesday. Book for
the discussion on June 24 Born Free by Joy Adam
son. Area teens may join both groups. Call Ms.
Laura Gorham at 683-2626 for more information.
INSIGHTS No. 2 The second issue pf Insights
is available at the reference desk of the Main
Library. Insights is a collection of short stories,,
essays and poems written by young adults in the
Durham area and is printed and collated by young
adults and other library volunteers. The next issue is
scheduled to be published in November, 1981. ,
SUMMER PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN, ages
2 V4-12, through August 13Jlussell Memorial CME
Church Child Development Center, 703 S. Alston
Ave. Phone 682-1305 or 682-2523.
BULL CITY CARPOOLING PROGRAM Save
the gas. Call the one regionally coordinated pro
gram, TR1-A-RIDE, (Triangle Area Ridesharing
Program), 549-9999 for names of others traveling
CALENDAR ITEMS AND AN.
NOUNCEMENTS for this column should reach us
no later than Friday before the desired publication
week. Two to three weeks prior Is even better! Mail :
to: Calendar, The Carolina Times, P.O. Box 3825,
Durham, NC 27702. No charge. .
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. Wilmington St., ,
Raleigh. Hours are 9-5, Mon.-Fri. For more infor
mation, call 733-2455 or 682-6234.
THE PALESTINIAN STRUGGLE TODAY
Fawzl Said Mohammad, president of the General,
Union Of Palestinian Students, N.C. State chapter,
will speak on "The Palestinian Struggle Today,"
on Saturday, June 27, 4 p.m.,: at the Cesar
CauceMichael Nathan Memorial Bookstore, 951
East Main St., Durham. This program, the second
in a series of Communist Workers Party forums,
wilt include a film and discussion on the current
situation in Lebanon. For more information, call
YWCA CLASSES The following classes are
scheduled for the YWCA, 809 Proctor St.,
Pediatric First aid, starts 771; Introduction to
Sign Language, starts 71 ; Couple Communication,
starts 629; Volleyball, every Tuesday this summer.
Upholstery, starts 76; Mixology, Starts 76; '
Assertiveness Training (for men and women), starts
77; Intermediate Tennis, starts 721. '
CHILD DAY CARE FIRST AID - Child day
care operators and prospective operators in
Durham County can learn more about first aid at
an area, workshop Tuesday and Wednesday, June
23-24, at Durham Technical Institute. The course
will feature first aid skills taught by a certified Red
Cross instructor and is scheduled 6-10 p.m. both
days, in Building 3, Rooms 307-308.
" Advance registration is not necessary. A $5 fee is
payable on the first day of the workshop. For more
information or to register,, contact Mrs. Rita. '
Roberts, Office of Child Day Care Licensing, 1919
Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh 27607, telephone
733-4801. -v-' vv...-.;Utv..
FUNDS FOR INDIGENT Patients at John
Umstead Hospital who have no social security or
families are in need of spending money for cokes,
candy, etc. The patients are allowed $1 .50 per week.
If you would like to supply a year's spending money
for a patient or make a donation to the Indigent Pa
tient Fund, send your check to the Mental Health
Associationl2 Albemarle St., Butner marked for
the Indigent Patient Fund. '
TENNIS COURTS AVAILABLE The
Durham Parks and Recreation Department has ten
nis courts available for rental. Groups may rent,
available courts at the rate of $1 per hour per court
day use or $1.25 per hour per court night use. Make
tennis a part of your next family or business social.
Call Ms. Eileen Witt at 683-4355 to reserve your
COurtS now! :
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
p.m., Sunday. y.
DON'T BE BORED THIS SUMMER! Call
PROJECT LIFT (Learning Information For To
day), at the Durham County Library, for free infor
mation on summer classes and hobbies for adults in
this area. LIFT is the adult educational brokering
service and they would like to help you get ready for
fall classes. The Project also has various job listings
available. Call Project LIFT, 6832626 Ext. 31 or
visit at the Durham County Library, 300 N. Rox
boro St. Hours are 9-9 Monday and Tuesday and
9-5:30 Wednesday through Saturday.
MARY POTTER REUNION All Mary Pot
terites are reminded of the second general reunion
to be held in Washington, D.C., July 10, 1 1 , 12. A
chartered bus will be leaving Durham. Please con
tact one of the persons listed for additional infor
mation. A Mary Potterite is any one who has been
connected with the school in any way. Please res
pond NOW to: Mrs. Andolia Eaton, 616 Dunbar
St., Durham, 688-2489; Mrs. Hallie Crews, 1835 S.
Alston Avenue, . Durham, 682-4121; or Ellis L.
Allen, 2411 Fayetteville St., Durham, 688-7484.
VOLUNTEERS ARE STILL NEEDED to assist
with the big July 4th Folklife Fesitival on the Eno
help with parking, selling, tickets, face painting
in the children's area, hospitality, site preparation
and concessions. If you can give several hours of ,
your time, plan to participate in the activities and''
enjoy an old-fashioned holiday celebration, call
THE FUN CARAVAN, a free 'week-long
Vmobile" Day Camp for children ages 5-12, will be
at Hope Valley School, Holt School, Crest Street
Park and Edgemont Park the week of June 15-19
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information on the
Fun Caravan, call the Durham Parks and Recrea
tion Department at 683-4355.
FREE FEATURE MOVIES are shown each
Saturday at 3 p.m., in the auditorium of the
Durham County Public Library. Plan to see
"Citizen Kane" June 20; "Adam's Rib" June 27;
NURSERY-KINDERGARTEN - Applications
are now being accepted for the fall session of the
North Carolina Central University Nursery
Kindergarten beginning in September. For. further
information, call 683-6447 or visit the NCCU
Nursery-Kindergarten at the Diana S. Dent Home
Economics. Building at North Carolina Central
"THE SEASONED EYE" is a mixed media
exhibition of fifteen mature artists at
CenterGallery, 1 18-A E. Main St., Carrboro. The
show will run through June 28. Gallery Hours: 1 1-5
Friday and Saturday; 2-5 Sunday. For more infor
mation, call 967-1319.
. PERFORMERS & ENTERTAINERS Bands,
'' musicians, clowns, mimes, jugglers and other per
formers and entertainers are needed to perform
during Carrboro Recreation and Parks Depart
ment's Old Fashioned Family Day Fourth of July
Celebration on Saturday, July 4. If you are willing
to volunteer your time and talents or would like
more information, please call Carrboro Recreations
and Parks Department at 942-8541, extension 203.
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.-i
write concisely, attractively and efficiently. The in-:
structor is Ms. Lucy Knight, a free lance writer whc
now works as Coordinator of Research Support at .
Duke. ..' . . .
Individual sessions will meet, 6-9 p.m., in the
. Bivins Building, East Campus. Registration is open .,t
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.
Jury 1-Writing Grant Proposals; Mon. July
13-Writing Research Papers.
ADOPT A PATIENT Won't you help? The
Mental Health Association at 212 Albemarle St.,
Durham, sponsors and adopt-a-patient program for
John Umstead Hospital indigent patients. For $78 a
year you provide spending money for those who
have no relatives, and no social security. Call.
683-2052 for more information.
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.
SUMMER ACTIVITIES.' Call 477-043 1 to learn
about art workshops, day camps, children's classes,
Junior Curator Program, and adult classes being
offered through mid-August.
DTI'S SUMMER QUARTER CLASSES will
begin July 8. For information, contact the Admis
sions Office at 596-931 1 -rmmH:- -
SUMMER 4-H ACTIVITIES FOR YOUTH
The Durham County Agricultural Extension Ser
vice through the 4-H program, is offering a variety
of educational and fun activities during the summer
months for youth 9-19 years of age living within
Durham County. Registration applications will be
honored on a first come basis until workshops are
filled. To receive copies of the activities, call Ms.
Linda Washburn, Extension Agent 4-H, at
688-2900. ' ' ,? s,-
SUMMER LEISURE CLASSES Carrboro
Recreation and Parks Department vis taking
registration for classes in Adult and Youth Piano,
Karate, English Handsmocking, Aerobic Dance,
Adult and Youth Tennis, Women's Fitness, for
more information, call 942-8541, extension 203.
LILLIAN HELLMAN PLAYS Triangle area
theatre goers are in for an exciting treat this sum
mer! Theatre In The Park is presenting three plays
by Lillian Hellman: "The Lark" July 10-12; "The
Children's Hour" July 31 -August 2; and "Another
Part Of The Forest" August 21-23.. Adults $4;
students $3. Season tickets are available. Call
755-6058 or 755-6936.
BATTERED WOMEN TRAINING PROGRAM
Are you interested in helping battered women?
the YWCA Coalition for Battered Women is offer-
ing a thirty-hour training program for men and
women who would like to become volunteer Ad
vocates. The course will start Saturday, July 11, 9
a.m.-3 p.m., at the YWCA in Durham. The eight
remaining sessions will be held on Tuesday and
Thursday evenings from 7-9 p.m. Call the Orange
County Women's Center at 968-4646 or the
Durham YWCA at 688-4396 for further informa
tion. ... ' .
CPR CAN SAVE A LIFE CPR is short for
cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It's a way to help
keep heart attack victims alive. And it works.
. CPR .classes can usually be completed in 8-12 1
hours of instruction given over 2 to 3 days. You'll
team how to give basic life support to adults,
children and infants.
; Look for the CPR posters in your area for class
information or call the Triangle J Council of
Governments at 549-0551.
CPR one day it may save the life of someone
THE SEASONED EYE Artists participating
in the invitational exhibition "The Seasoned Eye"
will discuss their work on Thursday, June 25, at
7:30 p.m., at CenterGallery, 118-A E. Main St.,.
Carrboro. This event is free and open to the public.
Fore more information, clall 967-1316 or 682-6234.
DOWNTOWN FARMERS' MARKET
Operates .: from ' 9 a.m. until 3:30 ; p.m. on
Wednesdays and Fridays in Holland . Street Mall,
sponsored by the Durham Parks and Recreation
Department. For more information, call 683-4355.