Full Frame Documentary Film Festival – Thursday-Sunday – The virtual 25th annual festival consists of dozens of new feature and short film screenings – meaning Full Frame audiences will be some of the first people to ever watch these movies – in addition to several filmmaker Q&A’s and panel discussions. Audiences can watch films from any device, all weekend long, and there will be Full Frame apps available for Apple TV and Roku.
Egg Hunts – Saturday, 10-11am and 10am-noon – Hop on down to West Point on the Eno for the city’s 35th annual Egg Hunt, hosted by Durham Parks & Recreation. Furry friends are also invited to participate at the West Point on the Eno’s canine-style hunt, which begins at noon. Or head on over to the Irwin R. Holmes Sr. Recreation Center at Campus Hill Park for another egg hunt that runs from 10-11am. Both egg hunts for the kiddos will begin promptly at 10:15am.
Spring Dance Concert – Saturday, 8pm – North Carolina Central University Theatre presents this collaborative performance by The Bull City Bridge Project, a partnership between NCCU’s Dance Program and the programs at Riverside and Southern high schools. Students from all three programs perform jazz, modern and afro-contemporary dance works choreographed by NCCU Director of Dance Kristi Johnson, Willie Hinton and Jamie Shakur. The event is free, but a voluntary $5 donation is encouraged.
Sunday Funday Yoga & Mimosas – Sunday, 10-11:30am – Start the day with a 60-minute vinyasa flow yoga class led by instructor Alaina Godfrey at Durham Food Hall, followed by a mimosa and a variety of brunch offerings from the food hall’s vendors.
Tar Heel 10 Miler
The 15th annual race through downtown Chapel Hill and UNC’s campus offers 14-, 10- or 4-mile routes, starting at the Morehead-Patterson Bell Tower and ending near Kenan Stadium.
UNC Science Expo
UNC students and faculty share their research with families in a fun, festival-like atmosphere at this annual event presented by Morehead Planetarium & Science Center from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.