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All Calendar and Ongoing Events must be received by 12th of the month prior to publication. For calendar submission enter on our website: www.naturalawakeningstriangle.com. Calendar submissions for non-advertisers are limited to space availability.


MONDAY, OCTOBER 1 Taoist Tai Chi Beginning Class. 10-11-am. Southern Star Ballroom, 6625-015 Falls of Neuse Road, Raleigh. Te Taoist Tai Chi Society internal arts of health incorporate stretching and turning into a sequence of movements that improve the health of body, mind, and spirit. Tey reduce tension; improve circulation and balance, and increase strength and flexibility. Call 919-787-9600 for more information.


TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 Taoist Tai Chi Beginner Class. 10:30-11:30am and 6:30-8:30pm. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Road, Raleigh. Te Taoist Tai Chi internal arts, incorporate stretching and turning into a sequence of movements that improve the health of body, mind, and spirit. Practice of this art reduces tension, improves circulation, balance, increases strength and flexibility. Call: 919-787-9600. Email; northcarolina@taoist.org or visit our website: www.northcarolina.usa.taoist.org


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 Drum Circle. 7-8:30pm. Join us as Cindy Jones MS LPCS and Taylor Houchens MS LPCA present


“Drumming for Wellness”. If you are feeling a need for ease from any of the following–boredom, loneliness,


stress, fatigue. Come and get some rhythm relief! NO experience necessary. All levels welcome! Bring your drums and percussion instruments (extras will be available!). Suggested donation $10. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill. For more info: 919-968-1854 or www.unitychapelhill.org.


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 Revolutionary Love in a Time of Rage. 1:00pm- 3:30pm. Revolutionary love is what Valarie Kaur says is the call of our time. It is a love that delivers us. Revolutionary love is an eco-feminist response to the adverse political, social and environmental challenges of our time. During this program, we will be inspired and guided through experiences that are rooted in eco-feminism and that will lead us toward our own sense of revolutionary love. Suggested Donation: $20. A Place for Women to Gather, 8380 Six Forks Rd., Suite 203, Raleigh. www.womengather.org


Meditation Practices. 7-9pm. Get the assistance you need in developing, or deepening, your meditation practice and reap the rewards of improved focus, mental and physical health, and ability to be present and to deal with stress! $75, SEE credit available for an additional fee. Tis 5-week series meets weekly October 4 through November 7. Unity Center of


Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill. For more info: 919-968-1854 or www.unitychapelhill.org.


Yoga for the Nervous System®. 7:00-8:15pm. Experience a restorative (rest-based) practice that begins with light stretching and moves into long, deeply relaxing postures. Tis all-levels practice is for those wanting to reduce muscle tension, restore with meditative rest, and prepare for a good night’s sleep. $15. Led by Jennifer Krueger. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill. For more info: 919-968-1854 or www.unitychapelhill.org.


MONDAY, OCTOBER 8 Are You Doing the Dissident Daughter Dance? 7:00-


8:30pm. If you are searching for a more meaningful spirituality than the faith tradition in which you were raised is able to provide; then you may be engaged in the Dissident Daughter Dance that is inviting you to new understandings of your spiritual life and a deeper relationship with the Holy One. (Familiarity with the book, Te Dissident Daughter will enhance your experience of this program). Free will donation. A Place for Women to Gather, 8380 Six Forks Rd., Suite 203, Raleigh. www.womengather.org


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10 Guided Breathing Meditation. 7:00-8:30pm. Experience the benefits of meditation immediately, in a single session! Trough conscious breathing, you can silence your mind and feel what it would be like to cultivate a deep meditation practice. Led by Teo Feaster, combat anxiety and bolster your immune system through diaphragmatic breathing. Accompanied by singing bowls. Suggested donation $10. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School


FESTIVALS & EVENTS OCTOBER


Scroll down on this link to find all the October 2018 listings https://triangleonthecheap.com/taste-china-festival-raleigh (unless otherwise indicated)


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 Casktoberfest 2018. 5:00–8:00 pm. FREE. Big Boss Brewing, Raleigh.


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 Phoenix Fest in Durham. 9am-6pm. FREE. Fayetteville Street, Durham.


Wendell Harvest Festival. 10am-10pm. FREE. Wendell Town Square, Wendell.


Heritage Day at Oak View Park in Raleigh. 10am- 4pm. FREE. Historic Oak View County Park, Raleigh.


Taste of China: Chinese Cuisine & Culture Festival. 11:30am-6:00pm. FREE. Bicentennial Plaza, Raleigh.


White Street Oktoberfest in Wake Forest. Noon–3pm. FREE. White Street in Wake Forest. https://tinyurl.com/y8wqfanp


SATURDAY AND SUNDAY


OCTOBER 6–7 2nd Annual Oktoberfest at TCB. 3pm-11pm. FREE. TCB—Te Corner Biergarten, Fuquay-Varina.


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7 46th Annual Festifall Arts Festival in Chapel Hill.


Noon–6pm. FREE. Chapel Hill.


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 Cary Diwali Celebration. 10:00am-8:30pm. FREE. Koka Booth Amphitheatre, Cary.


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14 Hillsborough Handmade Parade. “Magical Menagerie on the Eno” 2:30 pm. FREE. River Park, Hillsborough.


OCTOBER 19–20 Triangle Oktoberfest at Booth Amphitheatre. Friday, 5–10 pm, and Saturday, noon–9 pm. Fee. Cary.


OCTOBER 26–28 International Festival, Raleigh Convention Center,


https://10times.com/international-festival-raleigh October 2018 17 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Ra leigh. Fee for ticke t s . FRIDAY AND SATURDAY


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