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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30 Burning Bowl Ceremony. 9am and 11am. A special ceremony to help release the old and make room for the new! All are welcome. Unity of the Triangle, 5570 Munford Rd, Raleigh. www.unitytriangle.org


Unity Church of Raleigh: Burning Bowl Service. 10:30am Led by Rev. Bev, this sacred and moving service gives us a chance to release the old and begin anew, fresh in faith and hope and love. On December 30, we write down and put to the flame all those things that no longer serve us, and then, listing our hopes and dreams and goals, we usher in a meaningful and promising 2019. www.unitychurchofraleigh.org


Burning Bowl Service. 11am-12:15pm. Continuing a Unity tradition, we celebrate the end of the year with a well-loved ritual, the “Burning Bowl Ceremony.” We will let go anything that no longer serves us by writing them down and placing them in the burning bowl. Please plan to join us for this important ritual and live free of limitation as we move into the New Year! Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill, 919-968-1854 or www.unitychapelhill.org.


MONDAY, DECEMBER 31 First Night Raleigh 2019. 2pm-11:59pm. With a diversity of performances in nearly three dozen venues throughout downtown, First Night Raleigh is the way to ring in the New Year! Learn a new hobby, bounce around music, theatre, comedy and other performances aſter the Early Countdown at 7pm. Ride the First Night Ferris Wheel to take in the sights of festive Fayetteville St. Raleigh Acorn Drop and fireworks at midnight at City Plaza. Fee for tickets. Visit: http://firstnightraleigh.com


TUESDAY, JANUARY 1 AADE Kwanzaa Fest. Noon. Bring the entire family for a day of Unity, Culture and Community Development. The doors will open at noon, Children’s Village at 12:30 and the performances at 2pm. Kwanzaa is a celebration for ALL people, focusing on family, friends, and the fruits of the earth. Free. Enjoy games, arts and craſts, a drumming class, and Durham’s Fire Department at the Children’s Village. Durham Armory, 212 Foster Street, Durham. Visit: https://tinyurl.com/yb5bjv8c


New Year’s Day Hike. 2pm. Each year on January 1st the Eno River Association sponsors a fun- filled aſternoon of guided hikes, refreshments and merriment. Hot chocolate, marshmallows, and popcorn will be served around the fire at the end of the hike. (start walking from parking lot by 1:40pm). Eno River State Park, 6101 Cole Mill Rd, Durham. Visit: https://tinyurl.com/yar4oblx


First Day Hike at Jordan Lake State Recreation Area. 9am. Free. Start the first day of the year with a ranger walking in the woods. Dress for the weather and bring plenty of snacks. If you’re a birder, don’t forget those binoculars! No need to register; just show up for the hike. Start Location: New Hope Overlook Recreation Area, 339 WH Jones Rd., New Hill NC. Blue Loop Trail. If you would like more information, please contact the park office at 919-362-0586 or visit: https://tinyurl.com/y6vyhn2h


NC Chinese Lantern Festival. 6:00-10:00pm. January 1–January 13. Open every day except Mondays.


Booth Amphitheatre, 8003 Regency Parkway, Cary. https://tinyurl.com/y98rgmvg-


WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2 New Taoist Tai Chi Classes. 6:30-8:30pm. Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, 2200 High House Road, Cary. 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


Drum Circle. 7-8:30pm. Join us as Cindy Jones MS LPCS presents “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.


International Folk Dancing. 7:00-9:30pm. The Durham/Chapel Hill International Folk Dance Club is a fun social group for international folk dancing. Newcomers welcome. Living Arts Collective Dance Studio, 410 W Geer Street, Durham. Fee. Visit: www.trianglefolkdancers.org/chifdc/chifd.html


THURSDAY, JANUARY 3 Change the Routine and See What Happens. 10:30am- noon. What is the value of routine? Does it ground you and add some needed stability to your life? Or does it imprison you and keep you from discovering new aspects to yourself and your life? When was the last time you looked at your routine instead of taking it for granted? If you come to this program, you can answer that question! Free will donation. A Place for Women To Gather, 8380 Six Forks Road, Suite 203, Raleigh. www.womengather.org


Walk on the Wild Side at Duke Gardens. 11am-noon. Blomquist Garden of Native Plants - Entry Pavillion Fee. Visit: https://tinyurl.com/y9t4rs5r


FRIDAY, JANUARY 4 Teen Science Café at N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences. Astrophysics: Ask an Astronomer. 6-7pm. Each Open Minds Teen Science Café include a scientist presentation, an interactive activity relating to the discussion, a Q&A session, and time to meet other teens who enjoy science. Tis program is recommended for participants ages 11–17. Free. North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, 11 West Jones Street, Raleigh. Visit: https://tinyurl.com/yalntk5l


SATURDAY, JANUARY 5 Three Kings Day Parade. 1:00pm. A parade of individuals, community groups and businesses, walking, driving vehicles or riding on floats, will precede the arrival of the Tree Kings. Free. Te procession will start at Page-Walker Art & History Center, 119 Ambassador Loop, in Downtown Cary. Route will begin on Ambassador Street towards North Academy Street, ending on Wilkinson Street. Te Parade Route is about 1/2 mile long.


Visit: https://tinyurl.com/yalntk5l


SUNDAY, JANUARY 6 White Stone Service. 11am-12:15pm. During our White Stone service, you will be guided to meditate on a word or phrase that has significance for you as you begin the New Year. You will then be invited to write this word down on an individual stone to take home with you, which will serve as a beacon of light guiding you through the year. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill. For more info: 919-968-1854 or www.unitychapelhill.org.


MONDAY, JANUARY 7 Taoist Tai Chi Classes. 11am. Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 4907 Garrett Road, Durham. And 1:30pm. Blue Lotus Yoga Studio, 401 N West Street, Suite 105, Raleigh. And 6:30pm. Unity Church of Raleigh, 5214 Departure Drive, 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


Change the Routine and See What Happens. 7-8:30pm. See January 3 listing for details.


Beginners’ Urban Soul Line Dance Classes.6-7pm. Mondays. Beginners Urban Soul Line Dance Classes are provided by M. E. Henderson, Inc. Tis low- impact form of exercise is free. Bring your water and towel for this one hour class. Covenant Presbyterian Church 2620 Weaver Street, Durham. Visit: www.mehendersoninc.com


TUESDAY, JANUARY 8 Sound Journey Breathing Meditation Series. 7:30- 9:00pm. What if you could experience some of the benefits that meditation has to offer immediately, and in a single session? Tis is exactly what we are offering in our workshop: a tiny peak into what meditation is like. Trough conscious breathing you can silence your mind and feel what it would be like if you cultivated a practice of meditation. $10 suggestion donation. Living Arts Collective, downstairs studio, 410 W Geer St, Durham. https://tinyurl.com/yabtdmcx


Beginner Line Dance Classes. 7-8pm. Tuesdays. Holton Resource and Career Center, 401 N. Driver Street, Durham. Free. Visit: www.mehendersoninc.com


WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9


In Te Healing Light. 7-8:30pm. Experienced or just curious, come join us for a healing circle event led by shaman Roland Walters. Trough the power of I AM, positive energies are magnified to help release your negative energies and to feel the magnificent upliſting Light. Bring an open mind and an open heart. $10 suggested donation. Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd., Chapel Hill, 919-968-1854 or www.unitychapelhill.org


THURSDAY, JANUARY 10 New Taoist Tai Chi Classes. 6-8pm. Episcopal Center at Duke, 505 Alexander Avenue, Durham. And 10am-12noon. Church of the Nativity, 8849


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