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Haw River Festival 

When: Sat., May 2, 4-8 p.m. 2015
This is a benefit meant to raise money and awareness for the Haw River Assembly, a 33-year-old nonprofit that protects the watershed around Jordan Lake and the river itself. And while visiting Saxapahaw and taking in the music along the lawns that line the river, it’s hard to resist the urge to help; this is one of the most beautiful intersections of industry and nature in the Triangle. For the Assembly’s 26th annual Haw River Festival, the young Valleroy brothers—better known as the Bucket Brothers—will play their hot jazz, while the new Honey Magpie will offer yearning, string-swept folk. Playing fetching Americana with veteran aplomb, The Magnolia Collective takes the middle slot. Canoe rides, puppets, workshops and food trucks make this an all-afternoon treat for the entire family. —Grayson Haver Currin
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