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CAROLINA COMPASS

Annual River Show

“Kites to Kitty Hawk”

May 12–28, Fayetteville Cape Fear Regional Theatre (910) 323-4234 www.cfrt.org

May 15–July 15, Durham Museum of Life and Science (919) 220-5429 www.ncmls.org

COAST

MOUNTAINS

“The Life & Work of Walter & Dorothy Auman”

“American Roots”

“From the View”

May 12–August 26, Seagrove N.C. Pottery Center (336) 873-8430 www.ncpotterycenter.com

May 1–29, Manteo Dare County Art Gallery (252) 475-1500 www.roanokeisland.com

NOW SHOWING A LISTIN G OF EXHI BI TS

May 22–June 23, Brevard Arts Center Gallery (828) 884-2787 www.tcarts.org

“Barrier Island Ecology”

PIEDMONT “Brain: The World Inside Your Head”

Through May 7, Raleigh N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences (919) 733-7450 www.naturalsciences.org “Secret Games”

Through May 7, Charlotte Mint Museum of Art (704) 337-2000 www.mintmuseum.org

Opens May 13, Gastonia Schiele Museum (704) 866-6900 www.schielemuseum.org “Explore the Wild’

Opens May 13, Durham Museum of Life and Science (919) 220-5429 www.ncmls.org “What’s Cookin?”

Opens May 13, High Point High Point Museum (336) 885-1859 www.highpointmuseum.org

Through May 19, Carrboro The ArtsCenter (919) 929-2787 www.artscenterlive.org

Mollie Fearing Memorial Art Show

Stereotypes: Confronting Clichés

Listing Information

Through May 20, Charlotte McColl Center for Visual Arts (704) 332-5535 www.mccollcenter.org

Deadlines: For July: May 24 For August: June 24

“Pantry to Pedestal”

The Evolution of Seagrove Pottery Through June 4, High Point (336) 883-3022

Submit Listings Online: Visit www.carolinacountry.com and click “See NC” to add your event to the magazine and/or our Web site. Or e-mail events@carolinacountry.com

Viktor Schreckengost Exhibition

Through June 26, Charlotte Mint Museum of Craft & Design (704) 337-2009 www.mintmuseum.org

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Smart Owners Have Healthy Birds

PROTECT YOUR BIRDS Take a few simple steps: Disinfect shoes, clothes, and equipment. Wash your hands carefully. Keep other birds and people away from your birds.

Find out more:

www.aphis.usda.gov/vs

LOOK FOR SIGNS OF ILLNESS Watch for signs of disease or unexpected deaths among your birds.

REPORT SICK BIRDS Call your local cooperative extension office, veterinarian, State Veterinarian or USDA Veterinary Services toll free at 1–866–536–7593

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United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

USDA is working to keep exotic Newcastle disease (END) & “bird flu” (avian influenza – AI) out of the country. They are contagious viral diseases

USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

that can infect many types of birds.

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