for people who have recently quit smoking or are thinking of quitting and want extra support. Light refreshments will be available. Durham Human Services Building, 414 E. Main Street, Durham. Call: 919-560-7895 or visit:

Walk On The Wild Side. 11am–noon. First Thursday. Walk on the Wild Side has been helping people discover native North Carolina for almost ten years. Using the Blomquist Garden of Native Plants as an outdoor lab, you will learn of amazing adaptations, partnerships and systems that help plants thrive here. Duke Gardens, 420 Anderson St., Durham. Meets at Blomquist Garden entrance. Pre-registration required. Fee for event. Parking fees apply. Visit: ttp://

Pit t sboro Farmers Market . 3– 6pm

Chatham County Fairgrounds, Pit tsboro.

English Country Dance. 7:30–9:30pm. Thursdays. Beginners welcome; all dances taught; no partner necessary. Live music on second and fourth Thursdays. Gender-free calling. Bring non-street shoes or dance in socks. $7. Freedman Center, 1004 Watts, Street, Durham. Visit:


Touch and Agree (TAG) Christian Women’s Business Network Meeting. 1:00–3:30pm. Third Friday. Come out and join this non-denominational, multi-cultural group of Spirit-led women for insights, teachings and tools to grow your business. Fee. Raleigh.

Tango at the Open Eye Cafe. 8pm. Third Friday of each month. Come dance tango with us! Free class for beginners, 8–9pm. Dancing from 9–11:30pm, fee of $5. Open Eye Cafe, 101 South Greensboro St., Carrboro. Email: or visit: for more information.

First Friday in Raleigh. 5:30pm. First Friday of the month. Enjoy a free self-guided tour of local art galleries, art studios, museums, retail, restaurants and alternative art venues. Galleries, live music and participating restaurant specials.

Shabbat Service. 7–8:30pm. Last Friday of the month. Observe the Jewish Sabbath in a relaxed and informal way with lots of music and explanations of the Hebrew prayers. All are invited; no experience needed. Mark Malachi. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Road, Chapel Hill. Call: 919-968-1854, or visit:

Unity of the Triangle Spiritual Movie Night. 7–9pm. Last Friday. Bi-monthly. Come together with Unity friends to watch a movie, eat popcorn, and socialize! A movie with a spiritual aspect will be shown the last Friday of every other month. Great discussions are sparked from these movies. Drop the kids off upstairs for their own movie night, bring a friend, and join in on the fun! Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Road, Raleigh.

Dance to Blues Music. Lesson:8–9pm. Social Dancing: 9pm–midnight. Fridays. We have a beginner lesson every week that covers the basics, plus usually includes a few additional topics for more

advanced dancers. Then stick around for three hours of dancing to blues music. It’s a great way to end your week. Come join us! $7/$5 students. Triangle Dance Studio, 2603 S. Miami Blvd, Durham. Visit:

Second Friday Art Walk. 6–9pm. Second Friday. Chapel Hill & Carrboro. www.2ndfridayartwalk. com

Third Friday Art Walk. Durham. Visit:

Fourth Friday Art Walk. Hillsborough. Visit:


Beacon Thermography Screenings at Health Touch in Durham. 10am–5pm. Second Saturday. Thermography is a state-of-the-art, FDA registered, non-invasive and radiation-free imaging technology that may detect abnormal conditions before they are detectible by mammography, ultrasound, x-rays or MRIs. While thermography’s most common application is in breast cancer screening, it can also help detect a large number of other conditions and injuries. Early detection allows more time to address potential issues. Thermographs are read by MDs who are board-certified in thermal scan analysis. For information, call 910-803-2150 or visit

Unity Church of Raleigh, Men in Unity Support Group, Facilitator Rev. Larry Henson: Monthly Breakfast Meeting now on third Saturdays, beginning November 18, 8:30 p.m. At the Men’s Breakfast we will break bread, break our old roles, break out of our complacency and work toward projects that truly do good for our church and our community. Breakfast will be provided. Sign up at

Kickstart Your Health Class Series. Noon-2pm. Saturdays, from October 7–November 4. In the Kickstart Your Health Class Series, class participants will discover which foods are optimal for weight management, learn about various health topics and become empowered with practical cooking skills. $175 includes education materials and delicious food. Location: Health Touch Community Center, 3500 Westgate Drive, Suite 505, Durham. Register today by emailing Call: 919-610-3403. Visit:

Baby Wearing and Cloth Diapering Classes. First Saturday monthly Baby Wear Class and third Saturday monthly Cloth Diapering Class. Searching for the right cloth diaper or baby wearing option can be overwhelming. Join your fellow expectant and/or experienced parents for our very hands- on classes! Open to everyone, no need to sign up. Women’s Birth & Wellness Boutique, 930 MLK Jr. Blvd. Chapel Hill. Phone: 919-537-7055, or visit:

Free Infant Craniosacral Clinic. 2–4pm. Fourth Saturday. Women’s Birth and Wellness Center, 930 MLK Blvd., Room 304, Chapel Hill. For more information call: 919-537-7055 or visit:

The Triangle Sarcoidosis Support Group. 10am second Saturday. We are creating an environment of support, education and awareness on sarcoidosis;



is and how to live with it. We share

resources and provide knowledge based support to include webinars, videos and speakers. If you, or someone you know, has sarcoidosis, go to to join.

Really, Really Free Market. 2:30–5:30pm. On the first Saturday of every month, everything is free for the giving and free for the taking no 0money is exchanged and no bartering necessary. Held under the pavilion at Carrboro Town Commons, 301 West Main Street, Carrboro.

Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous. 10:30am. Saturdays. We are an international fellowship of men and women who have experienced difficulties in life as a result of the way we used to eat. Through shared experience and mutual support, we help each other to recover from the disease of food addiction. Location: Saint Raphael’s Catholic Church, 5801 Falls of Neuse Rd., Raleigh. Contact: Kathryn: 919-467-8568 or Anne: 919-977-7648.

InterPlay Group. 10am–noon. First Saturday. Come as you are for play that refreshes, energizes and reconnects body and spirit! We’ll explore InterPlay’s simple yet powerful forms based in movement, voice, story and stillness. Indulge in a creative process rooted in affirmation and ease. Free for first time. $5–$15 sliding scale. Raleigh Friends Meeting, 625 Tower St., Raleigh. For information contact: Constance, 919-845-9798, or visit our website:

InterPlay Group. 10am–noon. Third Saturday, United Church, 1321 MLK Blvd., Chapel Hill. See above listing for details. Email Terry: or call 919-265-4107; visit:

Carrboro November

Farmers Market . 9am–noon. – March.

301 W. Main

Cary Farmers Market. 8am-12:30pm. 135 W. Chatham Street, Cary.

Chapel Hill Farmers Market. 9am–noon. November – March..201 S. Estes Drive, Chapel Hill.

Chatham Mills Farmers Market. 10-am- 1pm.

November- Ja nu a r y. Cha t h am

Mills, 480 Hillsboro St reet, Pit tsboro.

Durham Farmers Market. 8am–noon through November 19. 501 Foster Street, Durham.

Hillsborough Farmers Market. 10am–noon. November-March. 10am-noon. November – March. 8am-noon. April – October. UNC Hospitals Hillsborough Campus, 430 Waterstone Dr

Western Wake Farmers Market. 8am–noon.. April – November. 9:30am-noon. December- March. 260 Town Hall Drive, Morrisville.

Wake Forest Farmer’s Market.10am–noon.

.November-March. 8am-noon. April-October. 150 N. White St., Wake Forest.

Midtown Farmers Market. 8am–noon thru November 4. The commons at North Hills Mall.

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