Upcoming Field Trips and Events

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Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Saturday, April 20, 2019, Time 8:15 am - 12:00 pm
More than 300,000 visitors from all over the world visit Sarah P. Duke Gardens annually, enjoying its 55 acres of specialized gardens in the heart of Duke University. Admission is free, and we are open from 8 a.m. to dusk 365 days a year.
Meet in Parking lot at 8:15 for group photos
420 Anderson St, Duke University, Durham, NC
Parking is free on Saturday until 1:00pm. Here for parking details.
Sarah P. Duke Gardens features four distinct areas: the original Terraces and their immediate surroundings, known as the Historic Gardens, including the Mary Duke Biddle Rose Garden and historic Roney Fountain; the H.L. Blomquist Garden of Native Plants, a representation of the flora of the southeastern United States; the W.L. Culberson Asiatic Arboretum, devoted to plants of eastern Asia; and the Doris Duke Center Gardens, including the new Charlotte Brody Discovery Garden. There are five miles of allées, walks, and pathways throughout the gardens.

Lunch: 12:00 PM
Foster's Market
2694 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd.
Durham, NC 27708

Eyes on Main Street
Saturday, May 4, 2019, Time 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
"Eyes on Main Street" is a large outdoor and indoor photography festival in Wilson, North Carolina. Nash Street, the main street, and the 100 block of Tarboro Street, will be transformed into vibrant galleries of large-scale photographs. For 100 days, 100 photographs will be displayed on 100 storefront windows, spanning seven city blocks. The exhibit will take visitors across the railroad tracks linking east and west Wilson into one shared community. Focusing on the theme of “Main Street: A Crossroad of Cultures”, the exhibition, curated by Jerome De Perlinghi and co-curated by Ghadah Alrawi and Carol Johnson, features the work of 100 photographers from 45 countries with an equal number of men and women. Among the artists included in this years' edition are: Bruce Gilden, Bieke Depoorter, William Klein, Meeri Koutaniemi, Carl De Keyzer, Donna Ferrato, John Stanmeyer, Renée C. Byer, Martin Roemers, usan Barnett and Juan Arredondo.
Meeting place to be determined. The exhibit begins on Nash Street, Wilson, North Carolina.
We will also be able to photograph the Whirligig Park 301 Goldsboro St S, Wilson, NC 27893 while we are there.