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Special Events
Most special events are free or inexpensive and provide a great way to enjoy your leisure time with friends or family. Some programs, however, may require registration or an admission fee. Registration opens January 7 unless otherwise noted.

Special Event volunteers are needed to assist with community events throughout the year. If you would like to be involved please call 918-7364 OR complete a Volunteer Service Application. These forms are available at the Recreation and Parks offices, 100 North Greensboro Street and also on this web site

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Toddler Preschool Playtime

Community Book Forum

Town Hall Day for Teens

Collector's Fair ~ new

Annual Kite Fly

Spring Break Kids Bingo

Orange County Egg Hunt

Baldwin Park Fun Day

Arts and Crafts Fair

CARRBORO DAY

Olde Orange County Family History Day

Poetry Alive !

  • Open Mic Night
  • Poetry On Your Plate
  • Century Center Cinema

  • The Gold Rush
  • SchoolHouse Scandal with Skip Elsheimer
  • Sherlock, Jr.
  • The Bicycle Thief
  • Jam Session Series

  • Nia Jam
  • Jazz Jam
  • Blues/Country Jam
  • Roots Rock/Americana Jam
  • Lollipop Series

  • JuggleBoy
  • Mother Goose
  • Burns and Company
  • Banu Valladares
  • Lake Crabtree County Park
  • Entertainment Adventures

  • Carolina Children's Dance Theatre
  • Linny and Mo
  • CLAWS (Creative Learning about Wildlife Species)
  • Miah and the GTZ
  • Cane Creek Cloggers
  • Lunchbox Concert Series

  • Barrowburn
  • Lynn Blakey & Ecki Heins
  • Bossa Nova
  • Worthington
  • Club Boheme
  • Gypsy Town
  • The Bradshaw Quartet
  • Joe Woodson and The Bean Trees
  • Toddler Preschool Playtime

    When it's just too cold to play outside, parents and young children (5 & under) can come enjoy some unstructured playtime in the spacious Century Hall. There'll be some music to dance to, blocks and other toys to play with and plenty of space for a circle game or two. It will be a great opportunity to meet new friends and playmates.

    4355
    Tuesdays, January 8 - April 29

    Time:10:00am - 11:30am
    Fee: $3 per participant
    Age: 5 and under
    Century Center

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    Community Book Forum

    President Film Series

    Let's Talk About It Series "Presidents, Politics and Power: American Presidents Who Shaped the 20th Century". This series gives a presidential biography and opens up a discussion of our nation's leaders. The presidents included in the series are; Teddy Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, London B. Johnson, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. Instead of a book we will be watching a film on each president. Following the film Dr. David Zonderman, NC State History Professor will lead us in discussion and answer questions following the film. For more information, call the Dana at 918-7372

    4885
    Monday, January 28 - March 3

    Time: 9:00am - 11:00am
    Fee: Free
    Age: 16 and up
    Century Center

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    Town Hall Day for Teens

    Learn about local government, meet Board of Aldermen, and learn about career possibilities in public service. Participants will have an opportunity to interact with town officials and increase their awareness of citizen empowerment. Enjoy pizza while you plan a mock board meeting of your own! Space is very limited! Call in registration is required.
    Call in registration is required

    5078
    Tuesday, February 12 and Monday, February 25

    Time: 6:30pm - 9:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: 13 -17
    Town Hall

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    Collector's Fair ~new
    Carrboro Recreation and Parks will be hosting the 1st Annual Collector's Fair on Saturday, February 23rd 2008 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Carrboro Century Center. A wide range of collectible items will be on hand such as coins, stamps, trading cards, comic books, dolls, toys and much, much more! Come join us for an exciting day of buying, selling, and trading! This event is a great way to introduce young people to the magic of collecting!


    Saturday, February 23

    Time: 9:00am- 3:00pm
    Fee: $1 per person/ ages 6 & under FREE
    Age: All Ages

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    Annual Kite Fly

    Let's go fly a kite! Kite flying is an ageless activity that can be enjoyed whether you are 2 or 90 years old! This welcome-to-spring event provides plenty of fun as well as ribbons in a variety of categories for both youth and adults. Bring a kite and help fill the skies with color! A few kites will be available for those without one, and the kite doctors will be on hand to repair your damaged kites.

    4267
    Sunday, April 13

    Time:2:00pm - 3:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages
    Hank Anderson Park

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    Spring Break Kids Bingo
    There are prizes, refreshments and fun for all who attend Kid's Bingo. Come join us for this Spring Break activity. Mom and Dad are invited as well.

    4324
    Wednesday, March 26

    Time:10:00am-11:30am
    Fee: $3 per participant
    Age: ages and under
    Century Center - Century Hall

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    Orange County Egg Hunt

    ANNUAL ORANGE COUNTY EGG HUNT CELEBRATION The Carrboro Recreation & Parks Department, along with the Orange County Recreation & Parks Department, and the Chapel Hill Parks & Recreation Department will sponsor a spring celebration for children ages 2-10 years on Saturday March 15, 2008 from 9:30am -12noon at Homestead Park, Chapel Hill, NC. FREE activities include a Giant egg hunt for three age groups, live children's entertainment, games, and prizes. EGG HUNT BEGINS AT 10:30AM SHARP!

    For more information see www. chapelhillparks.org for more info.

    5114
    Saturday, March 15

    Time: 9:30am- 12:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: 2 - 10
    Homestead Park, Chapel Hill

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    Baldwin Park Fun Day

    Join us for a fun day of games, entertainment and refreshments at Baldwin Park. Great fun for the whole family! Call in registration requested. Free!

    5079
    Saturday, April 26

    Time:10:00am - 1:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages
    Baldwin Park

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    Arts and Crafts Fair ~ new

    Carrboro Recreation and Parks will be hosting the 1st Annual Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, April 26th 2008 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Carrboro Century Center. Join vendors from Orange County and beyond at this inaugural event! Find the perfect gift or unique item for your home! Come and see the wonderful creations of local artists all in one venue!

    Saturday, April 26

    Time:9:00am- 4:00pm
    Fee: $1 per person/ 6 & under FREE
    Age: All Ages
    Century Center - Century Hall

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    Carrboro Day

    Carrboro has distinction! Join neighbors and friends to find out about and celebrate the unique qualities that make our town special. Enjoy old Carrboro stories and photos, art displays, poetry readings, music and dancing, interactive field games, crafts and family activities. Bring a chair or blanket, a picnic for dinner and bask in all that's good about Carrboro.

    4955
    Sunday, May 4

    Time:1:00pm - 7:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages
    Town Hall Grounds

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    Olde Orange County Family History Day
    Looking for your family roots in Central North Carolina? Join us on May 10th at the Carrboro Century Center Hall From 10:00am-3:00pm. The North Carolina Genealogical Society, The North Carolina Friends Historical Society, Clan Montgomery International, and genealogical and historical groups from the counties of 'Olde Orange' (Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Durham, Guilford, Lee, Orange, Person, Randolph, Rockingham, and Wake counties) have been invited to answer questions and help you with information on what to look for and where to search in the area for records on your family ties. For more info call (919) 967-4168 or (919) 544-6242.

    5116
    Saturday, May 10

    Time:10:30am - 3:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages
    Century Center - Century Hall

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    POETRY ALIVE
    Open Mic Night
    Join Carrboro Recreation and Parks Department and Open Eye Cafe the first Tuesday of each month for POETS OPEN MIC NIGHT. This is a night where poets can engage with others and share the power and diversity of poetry. This event is staged to provide the venue for people to celebrate, to share, and to encourage the writing, reading, and listening of poetry. FREE!

    4887
    Tuesdays, February 5- April 1

    Time: 7:00-9:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: 18 and up
    Open Eye Cafe

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    Poetry On Your Plate
    Celebrate National Poetry Month with a menu of local poets reading from their works. On Fridays at noon (April 3, 10, 17) at the Century Center, bring your lunch, enjoy coffee from the Open Eye, and feast on poetry! For more information, call 918-7372.

    4886
    Thursdays in April

    Time: Noon - 1pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: 18 and up
    Open Eye Cafe

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    Century Center Cinema

    Curator- Nic Beery

    Soft drinks and popcorn available

    The Gold Rush

    Charlie Chaplin's 1925 silent classic comic masterpiece centers on the hardships of life on the Alaskan frontier. The Little Tramp plays a pathetic, lonely prospector who journeys to the Klondike hoping to discover gold and make his fortune. Instead, he gets mixed up with some burly characters and falls in love with the beautiful Georgia (Georgia Hale). Featuring live piano accompaniment by Erich Lieth.

    5017
    Saturday, January 26

    Time:7:00 - 9:00pm
    Fee: $4 per person / $2 ages ~12 and under
    Age: All Ages

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    Schoolhouse Scandal with Elsheimer

    Given the current outrage against the extracurricular shenanigans taking place in our hallowed halls of learning, you'd think that kids have truly gone wild. But Skip Elsheimer from A/V Geeks has picked school films from our past that show students have always looked beyond the Three Rs in school! Films include - The Bully, The Outsider, The Show-Off, What About Prejudice?, Dance Little Children and more!

    5018
    Saturday, February 23

    Time:7:00 - 9:00pm
    Fee: $4 per person / $2 ages ~12 and under
    Age: All Ages

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    Sherlock, Jr.

    Buster Keaton's 1924 silent masterpiece, Sherlock, Jr. is a comedy feature film which tells the story of a movie projectionist who is accused of stealing his girlfriend's father's watch. He falls asleep on the job and dreams that he is a Sherlock Holmes type solving the case. It stars Buster Keaton, Kathryn McGuire, Joe Keaton and Ward Crane. In 1991, this film was deemed 'culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant' by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in their National Film Registry. Featuring live piano accompaniment by Erich Lieth.

    5019
    Saturday, March 15

    Time:7:00 - 9:00pm
    Fee: $4 per person / $2 ages ~12 and under
    Age: All Ages

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    The Bicycle Thief

    Widely considered a landmark Italian film, Vittorio De Sica's tale of Rome's post-World War II depression earned a special Oscar for its devastating power. Antonio Ricci (Lamberto Maggiorani) relies on his bicycle to do his job. But the same day he gets the vehicle back from the pawnshop, someone steals it. Antonio and his young son, Bruno (Enzo Staiola), search the city in vain, as Antonio confronts a looming desperation.

    5020
    Saturday, April 26

    Time:7:00 - 9:00pm
    Fee: $4 per person / $2 ages ~12 and under
    Age: All Ages

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    Jam Session Series
    Carrboro believes in promoting the joy of music: Expressing oneself through song, rhythm, dance and the magic of creating! These gatherings in Century Hall are designed with that in mind. $3/person at the door.
    NIA Jam

    Come and experience the pleasure of Nia, the hottest fusion fitness technique in mind-body wellness!
    For all levels and ages, Nia is a joyful and exhilarating practice that combines dance, yoga, martial arts and spiritual self-healing. For one and 1/2 hours, four licensed Nia teachers will guide you through a collage of movement to uplifting universal music. Join us for Nia and experience the joy of movement, a 'no-pain' technique that is the body's way!

    4604
    Friday, February 1
    4607
    Friday, April 25

    Time: 7:00-8:30pm
    Fee: $3 per person
    Age: All ages

    Century Center

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    Jazz Jam

    If you've been waiting for something new and fresh, then your wait is over. Willie Hill will entertain you with his mixture of smooth jazz, with a hint of pop and r & b. Mr. Hill has toured with several R & B and soul acts such as the Communicators, the Modulations, and Doug Clark and the Hot Nuts, before beginning his own recording studio in Durham, NC. Since that time he has engineered for Shirley Caesar, Stanley Baird, Shabba Ranks, Norman Conners, and Gerald Hinton, just to name a few. So bring your instrument and Jam along with Willie. If you don't play an instrument you are welcome to dance, or simply enjoy the sounds.

    4605
    Friday, February 29

    Time: 7:30-9:30pm
    Fee: $3 per person
    Age: All ages

    Century Center

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    Blues / Country Jam
    Bring your banjo, bring your guitar, bring yourself and Jam. John Worthington and Tommy Edwards will keep your toes tapping all evening. If you can't play the blues, then sing the blues. If all else fails just relax and listen! John and Tommy are veterans of the North Carolina acoustic scene. Tommy is a founding member of the Bluegrass Experience and John has played soul music, blues and bluegrass, and currently plays in the Shelbys. Come and join John and Tommy as they play a variety of down home country blues and original songs in the old southern style.

    4606
    Friday, March 28

    Time: 7:30-9:30pm
    Fee: $3 per person
    Age: All ages

    Century Center

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    Roots Rock/ Americana Jam
    Puritan Rodeo's sound is a combination of many styles which have been described as having a "honky tonk swagger, a bluegrass rollick and a songwriter's sincerity'. Puritan Rodeo "creates a blend of rock, alternative country and bluegrass that will make any North Carolina native proud'. Don't forget your instrument... all are encouraged to jam along.

    4608
    Friday, May 30

    Time: 7:30-9:30pm
    Fee: $3 per person
    Age: All ages

    Century Center

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    Lollipop Series for Young Children
    Storytellers, musicians, puppeteers, and clowns entertain for this performing arts series for young children. Call-in registration is requested at 918-7364. While the programs are geared for young children, older youth and adults are welcome. Pay at the door.
    JuggleBoy

    JuggleBoy is a master Juggler, and Stilt Walker. JuggleBoy has also been on ESPN and is a co-world record holder! Don't miss a minute of the action as JuggleBoy dazzles you with his awesome skills.

    4647
    Wednesday, January 23

    Time:10:30-11:30am
    Fee: $3 per person
    Age: 3-5

    Century Center

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    Mother Goose

    Don't miss story time with Mother Goose. Mother Goose relates nursery rhymes to her stories in a fresh, educational, and participatory style. Her stories are accompanied by music, instruments, puppets and more.

    4648
    Wednesday, February 13

    Time:10:30-11:30am
    Fee: $3 per person
    Age: 3-5

    Century Center

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    Burns and Company

    Enjoy Don and Kathy Burns, master ventriloquists as they host a cast of puppet characters including: Leroy Snodgrass (also a magician), Granny Parker andAngelique Washington. The production features children's books, lively audience participation, ventriloquism, storytelling, magic and mime. The children are actively involved with the mime routine as they encourage Don's mime persona, 'Scooter', to read and to make good choices. They also enjoy the hilarious antices of the puppets as they learn valuable lessons about reading.

    4649
    Wednesday, March 12

    Time:10:30-11:30am
    Fee: $3 per person
    Age: 3-5

    Century Center

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    Banu Valladares

    Banu Valladares is a bilingual storyteller, who tells of stories from Venezuela, Mexico, and other family stories. This will be a wonderful opportunity for your child to learn of other cultures through storytelling. In addition to being a storyteller, Ms. Valladares is a poet, writer, and painter.

    4650
    Wednesday, April 16

    Time:10:30-11:30am
    Fee: $3 per person
    Age: 3-5

    Century Center

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    Lake Crabtree County Park

    It's time to learn all about local, reptiles and amphibians. Meet 'Corny' the park snake, frogs and other animals that you just might see at the park and on local nature trails.

    4651
    Wednesday, May 14

    Time:10:30-11:30am
    Fee: $3 per person
    Age: 3-5

    Century Center

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    Entertainment Adventures
    Cosponsored by the Carrboro Branch Library
    Enjoy performances by a variety of artists in this Sunday afternoon series. Call in registration requested, but not required at 918-7364. Programs are generally held on the 3rd Sunday of each month at the Carrboro Branch Library, located in McDougle Middle School, 900 Old Fayetteville Road in Carrboro. FREE!
    Carolina Children's Dance Theatre
    Carolina Children's Dance Theatre, a new dance company directed by Broadway veteran Michael Barriskill, will present Broadway and Beyond. The concert will feature the talents of approximately 35 company members, ages 6-16 from every county in the Triangle, performing a variety of dance genres; including jazz, hip-hop, ballet and theatre dance excerpts from Broadway musicals. In addition to Mr. Barriskills work, featured guest choreographers will include Open Air Dances' Hannah Chalut and Hip-Hop Choreographer Jay West.

    4594
    Sunday, January 20

    Time: 3:00-4:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    McDougle Middle School Library

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    Linny and Mo
    Linny and Mo will entertain you with a variety show featuring comedy, magic, skits, audience participation, and lots of fun things for all to enjoy. Don't miss a minute of the action!

    4595
    Sunday, February 17

    Time: 3:00-4:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    McDougle Middle School Library

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    CLAWS (Creative Learning about Wildlife Species)

    CLAWS is a non-profit agency that rescues animals of all kinds. This program incorporates live animals to educate people about exotic and wildlife species. You never know just what you'll see at a CLAWS program. Come and take a peek!

    4598
    Sunday, March 16

    Time: 3:00-4:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    McDougle Middle School Library

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    Miah and the GTZ
    Miah and the GTZ is one of Carrboro's hottest, up and coming boy bands, destined for Stardom. So versatile and talented, they play it all...pop, rap, rock and roll. If you missed them perform at the Carrboro Music Festival, don't miss them again! It's show time.

    4597
    Sunday, April 20

    Time: 3:00-4:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    McDougle Middle School Library

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    Cane Creek Cloggers

    The Cane Creek Cloggers specialize in Appalachian clog dancing and strive to promote the understanding of, and respect for, the diverse cultural heritage of the American South, and to teach and share the enjoyment of clogging. All are invited to witness this high energy performance.

    4598
    Sunday, May 18

    Time: 3:00-4:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    McDougle Middle School Library

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    LunchBox Concert Series
    This popular series returns with additional shows, so come in from the cold for free live music! Just bring your lunch to Century Hall every Thursday in January & February and enjoy free concerts featuring the best of local and regional Classical, Bluegrass, Jazz and Celtic music artists in concert. Last year's shows were packed to capacity, so come early! Free coffee is provided courtesy of Open Eye Café.
    Barrowburn

    Barrowburn is a Raleigh, NC based band presenting traditional Celtic music on acoustic instruments. Barrowburn prides itself in its versatility. They are equally at home ripping through a set of jigs or reels as they are rendering the simple beauty of a slow air or lament. They perform both legacy and contemporary ballads from the tradition as well as comical pub songs.

    5086
    Thursday, January 10

    Time: Noon - 1:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    Century Center

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    Lynn Blakey & Ecki Heins

    Lynn Blakey, a voice and songwriter you know from local Americana folk divas, Tres Chicas, performs solo with her fiddle playing husband Ecki Heins who adds colors and mirroring emotions to her rich and textured songwriting. Rootsy and down to earth, expect beautiful melodies and harmonies. Tap a toe, shed a tear and leave with a big smile on your face. Lynn and Ecki sing and play together as only newlyweds can.

    5086
    Thursday, January 17

    Time: Noon - 1:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    Century Center

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    Bossa Nova

    Enter the sophisticated world of Brazilian Jazz! Based out of Chapel Hill, the Tristeza trio rekindles the spirit of early musical styles of North and South America.

    5087
    Thursday, January 24

    Time: Noon - 1:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    Century Center

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    Worthington

    Michael Covington of Graham and John Worthington of Saxapahaw, have been playing music together in the Burlington area for about five years. They are usually heard playing electric blues with The Rhythm Roosters. In the past year, Michael and John have been playing as an acoustic duo, putting their harmonica, guitar and vocals together on a variety of down home blues and country songs. Their mix of tunes by Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed, the Monroe Brothers and Hank Williams is just the thing for a back yard barbeque, a jumping house party or a lunch time break.

    5088
    Monday, January 28

    Time: Noon - 1:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    Century Center

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    Club Boheme

    Club Boheme is drawn to the classic mid-century style of Peggy Lee, Mildred Bailey, and Billie Holiday but also the smooth sass of 1930s Paris café music. The members profess an obsession with the legendary gypsy jazz of Django Reinhardt. Another shared soft spot emerged for the quirky 1970s records of Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks. Although this music respects the past, it is not devoted to "upholding traditions". The focus is strictly on the fun of performing. Audiences are quick to get on board and tap their feet to the upbeat exchange of guitar and fiddle€ or slide sideways into a bluesy ballad.

    5089
    Thursday, February 7

    Time: Noon - 1:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    Century Center

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    Gypsy Town

    Michael and Earleen Burch, who formed and front the band Gypsy Town, perform original songs of Southern California oriented folk-rock. Once performing as a Gram Parsons-Emmylou Harris cover band in the 1970's, Michael and Earleen have been playing music together for over 30 years. Influences on songwriting and music include: The Eagles, Graham Nash, Poco, and the early origins of country and folk music.

    5090
    Thursday, February 14

    Time: Noon - 1:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    Century Center

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    The Bradshaw Quartet

    The Bradshaw Quartet consists of Charles Bradshaw (piano, keyboards) who has played with such groups as Johnny White and the Elite Band, Liquid Pleasure, The Brothership, and the United Voices of Praise. Matthew Busch (tenor and soprano saxophones) has played with the University of Illinois Jazz Ensemble, T.J. Thompson Quartet, Stanley Turrentine, Ed Thigpen and Ron Bridgewater. Brad Kitner (upright and electric bass) began playing bass in high school with a bluegrass and folk group. While at the University of South Carolina's School of Music he played with the jazz and swing band. Odessa Shaw, Jr. (drums and percussion) has been playing drums since the age of 6. He has played with Johnny White's band the Crusaders, the Four Mints, John Snells, Silver, Gold & Platinum, Brother Yusef Salim, and Grammy nominated vocalist Neena Frelon.

    5092
    Thursday, February 21

    Time: Noon - 1:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    Century Center

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    Joe Woodson and The Bean Trees

    Singer and songwriter Joe Woodson has been an entertainer for over 25 years. He was a writer and vocalist for The Blackjacks, with whom he toured North Carolina and Tennessee. Joe also performed for a year with The Nationals. In 1993 Joe was selected to perform solo at the Jim Ed Brown Theatre in Nashville, and Joe's song "She Don't Love Me" was used on the "Tongue-Tied" movie soundtrack. In 1997 Joe teamed with musician and producer Paul Rosenberg. Together they have released three recordings -Looking Away (1998), Come Back For Real (2001), and the 2005 release-The Right Place.

    5091
    Thursday, February 28

    Time: Noon - 1:00pm
    Fee: Free
    Age: All Ages

    Century Center

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