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Dream Acts Panel Discussion

"As a supplement to the current exhibition at 523 E. Franklin, representatives from the Abbey Court, Northside, Rogers Road, and Pine Knolls communities—as well as members of Technology Without Borders & Rainbows Soccer—will discuss building community in our neighborhoods, among friends, and across distances. We welcome our experiences & questions!"


Wednesday, June 22, 2011 - 7:00pm


523 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill (former Chapel Hill Museum)

Community Forum

Wednesday June 15, 2011 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM 
Sunrise Church 1315 New Hope Trace Chapel Hill, NC 27516  (map)

OPC Area Program is hosting one public forum to provide members of our community the chance to learn more about the upcoming Medicaid Waiver and OPC’s decision to move forward with a consolidation with PBH.

Please come ask questions and receive up-to-date information on what a Medicaid Waiver involves and how it will impact consumers, stakeholders and providers.

OP Editors Public Meeting


Saturday, June 11, 2011 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm


Foster's Market, 750 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC

WILPF 31st Triennial Congress

 For more information, contact:Tana Hartman, 619-6546 (c) OR Miriam Thompson, 919-370-4114  

The 31st triennial congress of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom  (WILPF) opens on June 1 on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel  Hill, hosted by the League’s Triangle branch.  Its theme, “End War – Local to Global,”  will be explored by such outstanding speakers as Rev. Dr. William Barber II, President of  the North Carolina NAACP; Kathy Kelly, head of Voices for Creative Nonviolence; and  Madeleine Rees, former head of office of the U.N. High Commissioner of Human Rights  in Bosnia and international Secretary General of WILPF. 

Kelly will speak on her recent visit to Afghanistan Friday, June 3 in Chase  Hall, Ridge Road, UNC campus, 12 noon, free.  Rev. Barber’s keynote speech “The Long  Road to Freedom, Equality and Justice” on Friday, June 3, is also free to the public, 7  p.m., Hanes Arts Center on campus.   A reception and film gala on Saturday,  June 4 will begin at 6 p.m., Hanes Arts Center, with the film “The Whistleblower,”  an expose of sexual atrocities perpetrated during the Balkan war, showing at 7:15 p.m.  Discussion with Rees and Donna Bickford, Director of the Carolina Women’s Center,  regarding the film and human trafficking will follow.    

Workshops will examine such issues as “Corporations v. Democracy;” “Water for Life,  Not for Profit;” nuclear energy, the status of women. For more information: , or contact 919-370-4114 regarding  registration, scholarship, transportation and volunteer information.


Wednesday, June 1, 2011 - 3:00pm to Sunday, June 5, 2011 - 11:30am


SASB Hall, 450 Ridge Road, UNC Campus;

Chapel Hill Youth Summit

The Youth Council for the Town of Chapel Hill will work to:

  • Provide an organization of young people that can carry out projects that benefit youth.
  • Provide an opportunity for young people to share in local government matters and to learn skills of leadership and responsibility.
  • Initiate programs and projects that benefit youth, as well as the community.
  • Serve, listen and represent the youth of Chapel Hill in all matters of civic interest and need.
  • Work collaboratively with other groups.

The purpose of the Chapel Hill Youth Council is to offer an organization through which the youth of our community may benefit both themselves and their community. 


Saturday, May 21, 2011 - 9:00am to 3:30pm


Carrboro High School



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