Running of the Bulls AUGUST 29
Run, walk or jog this 12th annual community road race, which takes runners on a hilly, scenic course that winds through Durham Central Park, the American Tobacco Trail, and the Trinity Park and Old North Durham neighborhoods before wrapping up with a lap around the warning track in the Historic Durham Athletic Park. There will also be a kids’ fun run on the warning track. If you would prefer to compete in the race virtually, complete a request form at bit.ly/BCRCrotb.
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Bull City Rumble SEPTE MB E R 4-5
The state’s largest vintage motorcycle and scooter show, hosted by Ton Up NC – a small nonprofit group that promotes the riding, restoration and racing of vintage motorcycles – is back for its 16th year. Free to the public, come downtown to see the sights and sounds of vintage scooters and motorcycles with other bike enthusiasts.
Graphic Pull: Contemporary Prints from the Collection AUGUST 27-FE BR UA RY 21
The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University presents a collection of prints and handcrafted works showing printmaking techniques dating from the 1970s to the present. The exhibition explores this age-old technique, which is expanded by today’s contemporary artists, and addresses issues related to current or recurring social and political trends and events. Duke Lecturing Fellow and Rubenstein Arts Center Assistant Director for Visual and Studio Arts Bill Fick will have an installation of 63 prints in the exhibition as well, and visitors will be offered a free original print created by Bill to take home with them.
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