simple, specific communication techniques can be applied immediately to connect with compassion in all situations. Suggested donation $10. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill. For more info: 919-968-1854

THURSDAY, JUNE 28 What it means to “Hold Space” For Others. 7:00- 8:30pm. See June 20 listing for details.

SATURDAY, JUNE 30 Introduction to Birding. 8am-10am. Learn the basics of Birding and how to identify some common North Carolina birds on this informative hike! Fee. Space Limited. Piedmont Wildlife Center, 364 Leigh Farm Road, Durham. For more information visit:


Our Soul Sisters Who Live in the Scriptures: Mentors and Models. 1:30-3:00pm. Te women in the Judeo-Christian scriptures have long been a source of inspiration and courage. You will have the

on going events SUNDAY

Tat Cancer Show. 8–8:30pm. Cornucopia Cancer Support Center hosts this informational talk radio program to assist anyone journeying with cancer. Airs live on WPTF 680 AM in the Triangle. Also live streams live at, click on the 680 AM Listen Live button. See more information at

Unity of the Triangle Sunday Services. 9am

and 11am. Come and be part of a meditative, heart-centered, music-inspired experience our community offers every week. “Come Home to Unity…your family awaits you.” Childcare 8:45am– 12:15pm. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. Facebook page:ſthetriangle

Unity Church of Raleigh: Sunday Morning Services: Prayer and Meditation 9:45 – 10:15 am; Sunday Celebration 10:30 – 11:45 am; Youth Program 10:30 – 11:45 am. Unity Church of Raleigh is a gathering place for spiritually motivated people living in an awakening world. Come join us each Sunday for fun, fellowship, inspired music and message, and go feeling blessed. Unity Church of Raleigh, 5124-108 Departure Drive, Raleigh.

Unity of the Triangle Español Sunday Service. 1:30pm. Service every Sunday. Come and be a part of a meditative, heart-centered, music-inspired experience, in Spanish! Join Associate Minister Rev. Ana V. Quintana as she leads this new service each week. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. Visit:

Unity Center of Peace. Sundays 9:30–10:40am, Adult Forum (Chapel), 10:45–11am. Silent Meditation (Chapel), 11am–12:15pm Celebration Service (Sanctuary), 5–6:15pm. Youth program from 11am–12:15pm. 8800 Seawell School Road, Chapel Hill. or call 919-968-1854.

In the Flow; an Introduction to Different Forms of 18 NA Triangle

Energy Healing. 12:45pm. 4th Sunday. Location: Room 228. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. Facebook page:ſthetriangle

Love in Action: Overcoming the Destructive “ISMS” in Our Society. 5:30-7:30pm. 4th Sunday. Potluck and discussion; love offering . Location: Fellowship Hall. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. Facebook page:ſthetriangle

Pet Grief and Loss Support Group. 6:30–8:00pm. Bi- monthly. Sign-up required 48 hours in advance of meeting. When dealing with your pet’s illness, we understand how difficult this life situation is and we are here to help. With professionally guided group meetings by a licensed clinical psychologist you will receive support for pet loss or end-of-life decisions for pets, and a safe environment to express grief. Bowman Animal Hospital, 8308 Creedmoor Road, Raleigh. Phone: 919-847-6216 or visit:

Unity of the Triangle’s Rediscovering the Bible. Beginning May 6. New time 1:30pm. First Sunday. Te Bible is not only one of the most important historical references, it is a road map for awaking to Christ-consciousness. We will explore the metaphysical (spiritual), mental, and material information contained in these Holy Scriptures. Jesus’ words are a meditation, and series of messages and clues, that when realized, lead to liberation. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. Facebook page:ſthetriangle

Science & Spirituality. 1:30pm. 3rd Sundays Join Dr. Marsha Walters for an ongoing study of science and spirituality. Te topic for March is Quantum Weirdness. Come explore a simplified explanation of the quantum field and how it expresses the miraculous. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. Facebook page:ſthetriangle

Unity of the Triangle GenX Group. (30’s and 40’s). 10:15–10:55am Sunday meetings include a short

meditation, discussion of spiritual topics, and studies such as mindfulness. Tey go out to lunch aſter Sunday service at 12:30pm the last Sunday of each month and have a family friendly potluck the first Sunday each month at 5:30pm. It’s a great way to get to know other fun, spiritual, and like-minded individuals! Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. Contact Rebecca Merola at 919-985- 3068. Facebook page:ſthetriangle

Unity of the Triangle High Milers Group. (Over 68 yrs) 10:15–10:55am. Second and fourth Sundays. Come connect with fellow seniors between Sunday services to share your life’s journey, your wisdom and your dreams while exploring how the Unity principles relate to your life. Te format is open discussion and individual participation is encouraged. Enjoy sharing stories and wisdom, fun and fellowship. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. Facebook page:ſthetriangle

Unity of the Triangle Classes for Youth. 11am. Nursery, Preschool, UniKids (Grades K-2), UniKids (Grades 3-5), UniTeens (Middle school), and Y.O.U. (High school). Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh., Facebook page: Unity Youth and Families Facebook page:

Unity of the Triangle—What is Unity? 12:30pm. First Sunday. Tis 45-minute class offers an opportunity to learn about the basics of the Unity philosophy and history in addition to general information about our church. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. Facebook page:ſthetriangle

Unity of the Triangle—Unity Highlights. 12:30pm. Second Sunday. Tis 60-minute class focuses on the core Unity teachings of Healing, Prosperity and Guidance. Each month there is a new emphasis so make it a regular part of your Unity experience. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd. Raleigh. Facebook page:ſthetriangle

opportunity to sit in the presence of some of these women, learn from them, and see how they can serve as mentors and models of faithful living for us, despite

WEDNESDAY, JULY 4 Celebration and Fireworks in Chapel Hill. Food trucks, watermelon eating contest, spin art, stilt walkers, face painting, live music and a huge fireworks display. Held in Kenan Stadium on UNC- Chapel Hill campus. Donations welcomed. Visit:

Te Works! July 4th on Fayetteville Street. Tis massive Independence Day celebration in downtown Raleigh kicks off early in the day with live music, hot dog-eating contests, BMX stunt shows and more until the grand finale of fireworks light up the sky at 9:30pm in two different locations—you’ll want to be at Red Hat Amphitheater or on Fayetteville St. both in Durham for the best view. Tree stages of live entertainment. Visit:

the distance of time and culture. Free will donation. A Place for Women to Gather, 8380 Six Forks Road, Suite 203, Raleigh.

Independence Day Celebration. Gates will

open for general admission at the end of the 7th inning based on availability for those that would like to view the fireworks show from inside the ballpark. Purchasing tickets to the game is strongly encouraged and ensures a spot inside the Durham Bulls Athletic Park to watch the fireworks. For more information visit: For day of questions about the fireworks show, please call 919-956- BULL. Durham Bulls Athletic Park, Durham. Visit:

AND SATURDAY, JULY 7 39th Festival of the Eno. Music, Food, Craſts and more. WestPoint on the Eno, Durham City Park, Durham. For More information visit:


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