Your Weekend Guide To Bull City & Beyond: April 1st – 3rd

MAKRS – Saturday, 11am-3pm – Shop from more than 40 local artists and makers at The MAKRS Society’s monthly pop-up market at Golden Belt Campus. This Spring Fest-themed market includes a flower vendor, crafting workshops, free face painting and fairy hair, live music and more. 

Spring Fair – Saturday, 2-6pm – Join the Junior League of Durham and Orange Counties for a variety of family-friendly activities at Durham Central Park. The afternoon includes craft tables, games, inflatables and a market that features more than 15 craft vendors. The Blood Connection will also be on-site accepting blood donations. 

Festival of Nations – Sunday, 11-5pm – Join the Sister Cities of Durham for this fourth annual celebration of Durham’s nine sister cities – Durham, England; Arusha, Tanzania; Kavala, Greece; Sibiu, Romania; Kostroma, Russia; Toyama, Japan; Zhuzhou, China; Celeya, Mexico; and Tilaran, Costa Rica – and the more than 25 countries represented in Durham by restaurants and other businesses at Durham Central Park, where there will be cultural booths, performers, merchandise and food vendors. Participate in the virtual festival taking place March 25 through July 31.

‘A Toast to Pets’ Brunch
This fundraiser for Paws4ever at the North Carolina Botanical Garden features guest speaker Cat Warren, NY Times best-selling author of “What the Dog Knows: Scent, Science, and the Amazing Ways Dogs Perceive the World.”

Carrboro Open Streets 
Join the Carrboro Recreation, Parks & Cultural Resources Department from noon-4 p.m. for its annual event that closes down Weaver Street for public recreation – think bike riding, yoga,  rock climbing and more. 

Curious where to watch UNC vs. Duke? Here’s a roundup of places around the Triangle!

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