Durham Magazine Dec/Jan 2021

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Donna Washington FE B . 6

presents the internationally known author, spoken word recording artist and award-winning storyteller during its Family Saturday Series. Tune in to this free, virtual event to enjoy an animated performance from Donna, who is known for bringing tales and narratives to life with her elastic face, deep characterizations and vocal pyrotechnics. The Carolina Theatre

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Walk through festively lit pathways along some of the Museum of Life Science’s outdoor and indoor spaces on several evenings in December. Visit the garden, Farmyard, Dinosaur Trail and Magic Wings Butterfly House, or stop by Sprout Café for a nighttime snack. Pass colorful light displays during a train ride on the Ellerbe Creek Railway for the complete celebratory, seasonal and safe experience.

PHOTO BY CATHERINE DAVIS

Holidays in the Park

Streaming Christmas Cheer to Your Home this Holiday Season!

An (Un)familiar Voice Emerges JAN. 23 The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle

presents this performance as part of its 2020/21 season, Making Space for Music. The concert, held at the Hayti Heritage Center, will be filmed for at-home viewing on thecot.org. Tune in to see classical saxophonist Steven Banks perform alongside the orchestra as well as actors from Playmakers Repertory Company.

Photography credits (clockwise from top left) A Christmas Carol photo courtesy of Theatre in the Park; Hayti photo courtesy of Hayti Heritage Center; Donna Washington photo courtesy of The Carolina Theatre; Holidays photo courtesy of Museum of Life and Science; An (Un)familiar Voice Emerges photo by Chris Lee; Mitzvah Day photo by Jake Axelbank; Dream Big photo courtesy of Book Harvest

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