The Town of Chapel Hill will host Festifall Arts Festival in downtown Chapel Hill on Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.
Project Connect Orange County, a free program to aid those experiencing or at risk of homelessness, will be held at Hargraves Community Center on Oct. 11 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The Organizing Against Racism (OAR) Alliance will hold the third installment of Politics, Race and the November Election.
The Orange County Parks and Recreation Department, in association with UNC-Greensboro, invites county residents to participate in a survey.
Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership will continue its series of Dream Up Downtown walks on Oct. 4.
The Orange County Animal Services Department, in collaboration with Pet Overpopulation Patrol of North Carolina, will hold a â€œSpay Neuter Dayâ€ on Wednesday.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners awarded $30,482 in arts grants to 10 nonprofit organizations and six schools last week.
Chapel Hill homeowners are eligible for a limited time to receive up to $2,350 from Chapel Hill Worthwhile Investments Save Energy (WISE) toward qualified home energy upgrades.Â
The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service celebrated local restaurantsâ€™ participation in the Restaurants Giving Ten Percent (RSVVP) program last week.
The Carrboro Recreation & Parks Department will offer a â€œMusic on the Streetsâ€ program Sept. 24-28.
The Carrboro Police Department will hold a Drug Take Back on Sept. 27 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Carrboro Town Commons.
Orange Countyâ€™s Animal Services Department will offer two discount rabies vaccination clinics in honor of World Rabies Day.
Volunteers are needed to monitor recycling at the Carrboro Music Festival and Chapel Hillâ€™s Festifall.
UNCâ€™s Eshelman School of Pharmacy will offer free cholesterol and blood pressure screening on Sept. 20, 26 and 27 from 5 to 8 p.m.
University United Methodist Church will offer a seven-week grief and loss support group beginning Sept. 30.