Thu May 23
10:00AM - 11:00AM
Fri May 24
Sat May 25
|Cate Lineberry – The Secret Rescue|
Sat May 25
|NCPS Reading: John Amen, Jessie Carty, and Maria Rouphail|
Sun May 26
Mon May 27
4:00PM - 5:00PM
|Bocce - Mixed Play|
Tue May 28
Wed May 29
12:30PM - 4:30PM
Wed May 29
7:00PM - 8:00PM
|Living Life to the Fullest with Arthritis|
Thu May 30
1:30PM - 3:00PM
|Clyde Edgerton – Papadaddy’s Book for New Fathers|
Sat Jun 1
|Jeffrey Arnett – When Will My Grown Up Kid Grow Up|
Sat Jun 1
|Molly Weston’s The Inappropriate Book Tour: Brad Parks, Nancy Martin, and Deborah Coonts|
Sun Jun 2
|Fearrington Cares Movement Class|
Tue Jun 4
11:00AM - 12:00PM
Wed Jun 5
12:30PM - 2:00PM
The Walker Lambe law practice invites you to attend a free workshop on this topic with a complimentary meal.
You will learn the differences between Wills and Trusts and the benefits of having a properly drafted estate plan. You will also be taught how powers of attorney and health care directives work. Your questions are welcome and your attendance at the seminar will entitle you to a free estate planning consultation.
Date: Thursday, May 23, at 11:30 a.m. at Galloway Ridge in the Hugh Chapin Auditorium
RSVP to Hannah Jernigan 919-493-8411.
All Fearrington and Galloway residents are invited to join us for a short program to remember all of those brave men and women who have served our nation and helped preserve our freedoms, and who have given of themselves in times of strife for the good of their country. Please come and join Nancy and Bob Oram and their friends for the 11th Annual Memorial Day Celebration- at 9:30 a.m., Monday, May 27 on the upper lawn of the Swim and Croquet Club for a short ceremony of music and verse. Please feel free to come and bring a lawn chair. If you were in the Service, try to wear something that might denote your unit or branch of service.
We would love to see you there!
May 30, 1:30 p.m. at the Gathering Place
Dr. Callahan, the Mary Link Briggs Distinguished Professor of Medicine at UNC, has over 25 years of experience in caring for patients with arthritis and has authored more than 180 publications and articles.
Another big Thank You to all contributors to the NLT Habitat Restoration project to give wild flowers a chance in a small corner of Fearrington. The deer fence is in place. If you have missed this or would like an update, see www.nltrewilding.blogspot.com.
Many FV residents have noted the bad taste of the drinking water, diagnosed by the water company to be due to excessive blue green algae in Jordan Lake. We are among communities whose waste water feeds Jordan Lake and here are some ways we can all help:
Beverly and Ray Andrews are stepping down from their coordinator positions at the end of May 2013.
We have been proud to serve in this capacity since January 2006 here in Fearrington Village. We have accumulated some very cherished photos of the various volunteers taking care of our community over more than half a decade. This spirit of community involvement is what makes up the character of Fearrington Village.
Bev and I will assist the person chosen in acclimating themselves to this position and both of us plan to continue to work with AAH as volunteers of a very worthwhile civic endeavor.
A crazy yarn art has gone global and there is an exhibit here in Fearrington. A “Knit Blitz” (a.k.a. “knit bombing” and “knit graffiti”) is taking the domestic art of knitting to the outside world by covering objects in knitted garments. From Paris to Prague to Philadelphia -- trees, statues, fences, lamp posts, benches and even tanks and buses have been covered with creative and colorful creations. Four Fearrington teams worked for many months on different designs that you will find amusing, joyful and heart-warming. Look for their whimsical creations on trees along the Creekwood Trail. Artists’ names are on each tree. Maps locating the installations, including background information on the project, are now available at the Gathering Place. Be sure not to miss a very special surprise project in the northeast section of Camden Park.
Click here for photos and more: Walk on the Wild Side.