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Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball to benefit Chatham and New OrleansMardi Gras Masquerade Ball to benefit Chatham and New Orleans
[Jan. 15, 2008] Shake off the winter blues and let the good times roll at Pittsboro's First Annual Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball sponsored by ChathamArts and the Abundance Foundation. The Big Easy style fun begins Saturday Feb. 2 at 7 p.m. at historic Chatham Mills (480 Hillsboro Street). By Molly Matlock
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It's time for the Haw River FestivalIt's time for the Haw River Festival
[May 11, 2007] Celebrate the River and the Haw River Assembly's 25th Anniversary wtih music, art, the environment and fun for kids. There will be a silent art auction of Clyde Jones ducks, a native plant sale, nature walks, river monitoring and environmental booths, local artist booths and a chance to win a canoe! Kids can "Paint a Penguin" and take a guided canoe ride. Delicious food will be available for sale at the Ruritan Club.
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CCCC Theatre students and Chatham Community Players present "Dreamland"
[Mar. 21, 2007] Ellen Bland, Drew Lasater and company are at it again with another promising theatrical production in historic Chatham Mills in Pittsboro. The same duo that staged the award-winning "Millworker" and "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" to critical acclaim and standing-room-only crowds, will present "Dreamland," Lasater's 1920's-based musical adaptation of Shakespeare's most popular romantic comedy, "Midsummer Night's Dream." By Leslie Palmer
Chatham Marketplace hosts poetry slamChatham Marketplace hosts poetry slam
[Aug. 21, 2006] Chatham Marketplace, Chatham County's co-op grocery located in historic Chatham Mills at 480 Hillsboro Street in Pittsboro, invites everyone to its first poetry slam, Saturday, September 9, 4-8pm, rain or shine on the Chatham Mills porch and lawn. By Sarah M. Shook
ChathamArts opens art exhibit at First Sunday in PittsboroChathamArts opens art exhibit at First Sunday in Pittsboro
[Jun. 25, 2006] Siglinda Scarpa and two other local artists will open a multi-medium exhibit at ChathamArts Gallery. In addition to Scarpa’s cookware crafted from porcelain, clay and metal, the gallery will feature the forest paintings of Jeff McFall and fused glass jewelry by Nancy Ferguson at First Sunday in Pittsboro, North Carolina on July 2. By Forrest Greenslade
'Phantom' to become the longest-running Broadway show'Phantom' to become the longest-running Broadway show
[Jan. 8, 2006] On Monday evening, Jan. 9, 2006, Andrew Lloyd Webber's award-winning musical The Phantom of the Opera will become the longest-running show in Broadway history. The performance will be number 7,486 -- surpassing the current champion Cats, which held at 7,485 shows and was also written by Webber.
Chatham Mills in Pittsboro to hold ExtravaganzaChatham Mills in Pittsboro to hold Extravaganza
[Aug. 22, 2005] Where can you eat locally made ice cream, get a chair massage, take a tour of an historic mill, enjoy live music, dance, see an exhibit from the Wildlife Rescue center, learn more about Your Local Co-op Grocery, have a picnic, get your face painted and view six short documentaries? You can do it all at the Extravaganza at Chatham Mills. By Melissa Frey
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Clydefest III will feature Clyde Jones, ABC Arts, and BarbequeClydefest III will feature Clyde Jones, ABC Arts, and Barbeque
[Jun. 18, 2004] Whether you enjoy it as a music festival with folk artists, or a folk-art festival with live music, the third annual "ClydeFest", set for June 19 near Silk Hope, offers outdoor fun (and barbecue) for all ages. This all-day extravaganza honors Clyde Jones, the widely acclaimed Bynum folk artist, who will bring hundreds of two dimensional wooden animal cut-outs for kids to paint, decorate and take home as souvenirs. By Efrain A. Ramirez Jr.
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