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  1. Creative with Collage Workshop

    February 11, 2018, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM @ TBA at Registration - Register at the Carrboro Century Center M-F or Online at www.carrbororec.org

    Join us for a collage workshop! All materials will be provided, but kids are also encouraged to bring their own paper items to help make a personalized piece of work. Bring a photo of yourself, or your pet, or your favorite magazine to cut up and play with. We will spend the workshop exploring different styles of collage and mixed media artwork. This class is all about experimentation and play, and discovering new creative possibilities! Instructor: Julia Harmon

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  2. Brightstar Theater presents Frederick Douglass

    February 11, 2018, 2:00 PM @ Chapel Hill Public Library

    Celebrate a hero of American History with this production from a highly acclaimed touring theater company. This show – best for 4th graders through adults – highlights Douglass’ awe-inspiring life, from his escape from a Maryland plantation to his days as a newspaper editor and celebrates both the power of education and a life of courage.

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  3. Brightstar Theater presents Frederick Douglass

    February 11, 2018, 4:00 PM @ Hargraves Community Center

    Celebrate a hero of American History with this production from a highly acclaimed touring theater company. This show – best for 4th graders through adults – highlights Douglass’ awe-inspiring life, from his escape from a Maryland plantation to his days as a newspaper editor and celebrates both the power of education and a life of courage.

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