Our Sunday performance, April 2, begins at 2:30.
Debbie Liske and Ronnie Reed perform original acoustic music while supporting and learning about Together We Will NC - whose mission is to advance the full spectrum of policies to secure the safety, security, well-being, opportunity, rights and dignity of all people, as well as the conservation and protection of the environment. Doors open at 6:30!
Hey Indy Week!!!
Thanks so much for the mention of my name in this article, I appreciate the support SO much!
Please include all exhibiting artists in the article!
We would all LOVE the recognition and full support of all artists exhibiting.
Chryssha Guidry, Stephen Lindberg, Brett Morris, Cassie Ott, Ian Tate, and Zak Weinberg
The show opens tonight!!
Is it possible to edit this article to include all exhibiting artist names and release a new link today??
Let me know!
Many, many thanks!
Hey Indy, great article but can we reference the other artists included within the show ? Remember that whole " little recognition within the local art community".
~~Chryssha Guidry, Stephen Lindberg, Brett Morris, Cassie Ott, Ian Tate, and Zak Weinberg
Thank you !
The Open mics are every 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month!
Slight change of timing - show will start at 6:30PM.
Very sweet event, lovely people, all ages.
Thanks, it's fixed now!
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Premitive Ways Booking presents: Monday's Metal Madness!!! @ The Pour House in Raleigh, NC.
First on the stage is:
Hyper Vyper - A band of teens ready to explode with the talent learned from their parents old record collections. This band is tight, featuring Tristin Urban as lead guitarist and frontman for the band. They will be kicking out some originals as well as tunes from Metallica, Megadeth and more!
Second on the stage is:
DethCadence - NC's most raved about upcoming powerful progressive rock/metal band, exploring the boundaries touring the states performing songs from their all original upcoming album "HellaCreative", and that it is! The band was originally founded by their producer, writer and guitarist from the band, Trey Richardson of Metal-Ward Entertainment, LLC. Raleigh's top male vocalist Jeff Ivey is fronting this band and strutting his stuff on stage, giving the band a sound thats said to be "Powerful" and "Totally new".
Third on the stage is:
Crow Hollar - From Morganton, NC they are bringing some doomy, sludgey outfit of young metal musicians who strive for originality and pushes some heavy riffs your way. With the band members ages ranging from 18 to 22, like Hyper Vyper's 16 to 21 age range, there is much to be performed from these young lads!
Show is Monday, January 23rd 2017. Get tickets fast, the show is already going to be packed!
Doors open at 8pm with Showtime at 9pm!
ONLY $5 at the door!
224 S. Blount St. Raleigh, NC 27601 - The Pour House Music Hall
GET TICKETS AT:
Postponed to next Saturday, January 14th, on account of snow. 9-12 at 106 Main. Hope to see you there!
Little Women is co-written and directed by Ashley Popio, who continues to do all things. :) Thank you!
this band is the shit. https://leweekend.bandcamp.com/music
Amo be there! She has other Raleigh area star females in the performance. Don't miss it!
This event is postponed the new date is March 27
Vendor Space Application Form
Please type or print clearly. Vendor space is available on first come first serve basis.
Business Name/DBA: ______________________________________________________________________________
Contact Name: ______________________________________________________________________________
Phone and Email: ______________________________________________________________________________
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Describe items for sale:______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Vendor Booth Fee $100.00 1 Table per vendor provided
Please include a money order or bank counter check payable to The Ujima Group, Inc. for the amount indicated above ($100.00). No personal checks accepted. May pay cash at the door-for this event only.
Vendor Space Guidelines
Vendor spaces will be designated by event organizers
The objective is to offer a marketplace for local entrepreneurs to promote and showcase their artifacts, products, art and services.
Each booth space includes one table. Tables used are of the standard 30x72 size. Appropriate table covering will be provided (as needed). You are responsible for the set-up and clean-up of your booth area after the event.
If you need electrical outlets or anything else, please discuss it with The Ujima Group, Inc. before submitting your application.
There will be a designated marketplace time from 10:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M. for vendors to market their artwork, jewelry, clothing and other artifacts prior to the start of the program which begins at 11:00 P.M. In addition to the designated timeframe, vendors will have an opportunity to market and sell throughout the day until 4:30 P.M.
The event closes at 5:00 P.M.
Participation and Payment
Full payment must be received on the day of the event. There are a limited number of booths available. Payments will be accepted at the door for this event only.
The Ujima Group, Inc. reserves the right to refuse participation by anyone who misrepresents themselves, their business or service.
After your application has been accepted, no refunds will be made for withdrawal from the event.
Restrictions on items for sale and noise pollution
No food or beverage of any kind can be sold at vendor booth. Selling food at your booth is a violation of the Wake County Health Code.
Open audio systems are strictly prohibited. Headset based audio systems may be used to sample music.
Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in dismissal from the event.
Please review these guidelines carefully. If you agree to and accept these policies, please sign at the front of this form.
I have read Vendor Space Guidelines for African American History Celebration and agree to the policies .
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Karyn C. Thomas
The Ujima Group, Inc.
22nd ANNUAL KWANZAA CELEBRATION
Theme: "It's a New Dawn, It's a New Day"
Thursday, December 29, 2016, 11 a.m - 5:00 p.m.
Karyn C. Thomas
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CARY, NC The Ujima Group, Inc. in partnership with the Town of Cary will host its 22nd Kwanzaa Celebration at the Cary Arts Center, 101 Dry Avenue located in downtown Cary, NC. 27511 .
The theme for this years celebration is "It's a New Dawn; It's a New Day "and will feature a performance by The Children Dance Group Name - Kuumba Dance Company at 1:00 pm followed by Elegba, from the Yoruba cosmology of West Africa 4:00 pm. Orisa or intercessor who opens the roads, bringing clarity. The Elegba Folklore Society is a year-round, lively celebration of African and African American culture which will be performing at the 22nd Annual Kwanzaa Celebration in Cary, NC, Thursday, December 29, 2016.
In the tradition of every Kwanzaa celebration there will be a procession of the elders and the Harambee Circle.
Kwanzaa is a community cultural celebration that pays tribute to the African- American heritage by calling into practice seven values unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith.
There will be fun and activities for the entire family -- young and old. Doors open at 11:00 am for the vendor marketplace and Childrens Village. The program and performance begins promptly at 3:00 p.m.
The Town of Cary co-sponsors the Kwanzaa Celebration through the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department with The Ujima Group Inc., a non-profit 501c3 community organization.
For vendor space and general information, contact Lester Thomas, at (919) 380-7020 or email to: email@example.com. For location and directions, call The Cary Arts Center at (919) 469-4069.
The date and time for this event is wrong. Sheryl Monks will be reading at The Regulator on Saturday, Nov. 12 at 6PM. Please see the calendar on The Regulator's website.
This week's Indy Week has an interview with the author: http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/jonathan-…
Junior League of Durham and Orange Counties (JLDOC) invites you to BINGO - Wednesday, October 12th from 6-9pm at the Durham Armory.
For more info, please visit this webpage! We have GREAT prizes lined up!!
BINGO and other events raise critical funding for the JLDOC’s training and volunteer programs, as well as our work with over 100 different community organizations. In the 2015-2016 League year we made a long term commitment to encourage Healthy Living in our communities. This fall, the JLDOC initiated a league-wide community partnership with local organization Farmer Foodshare. Farmer Foodshare strives to make fresh, local food available to those in the community who need it most while making sure the farmers growing it make a healthy living.
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