DECEMBER LIVE! From The Fayetteville Street Corridor: Art & Business Walk
You’ve heard about the vibes, now it’s your turn to experience being connected for yourself. This 3rd Friday equitable community engagement event will center:
7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Gail Belvett’s We Are Here: Past, Present, Future featuring two December Artists, freedom clay and Shambo Medina in the Lyda Moore Merrick Gallery.
6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The December 2021 BIPOC Artists Holiday Market featuring a stellar line up of local creatives who are sure to provide the pleasure of giving and receiving from a place of cultural abundance, in the Claronell K. Trapp Brown Community Room.
8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Soulful Noel: Live Music for the People by OnQ! This FREE community concert with special, surprise, and local musical guests is not to be missed.
Food and Beverage by Black-owned makers, Black Santa, and COVID-19 Education|Testing|Vaccinations are available onsite, provided by the Durham County Department of Public Health. Wearing face masks covering the nose and mouth, as well as social distancing are required in order to keep our community safe.
Curated for Community by Community. Be Connected, Durham! And Beyond.