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May 7, 2018

Monday:

O2 Fitness Hosts Shape Up Chapel Hill
O2 Fitness, the largest locally-owned fitness company in North Carolina, is hosting its “Shape Up Chapel Hill” workout series. The outdoor group classes will be offered every Monday and Wednesday throughout the month of May. This series gives you an opportunity to come together as a fitness community, mix up your workout routine and get some fresh air. This year’s roster of classes includes Yoga, Pilates, Body Flow, Zumba, Body Combat and Barre. Free; Mondays & Wednesdays in May, 6 – 7 pmWallace Parking Deck, 150 E. Rosemary St, Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Yoga + Live Music Workshop Honoring the Feminine
In this feminine spectrum workshop, dancing yogini Carson Efird and Percussionist Joe Westerlund will share creative practices for tuning into your intuitive nature through music and movement. Please, bring your own mat. $15-$20 donation; Monday, 6:30 – 8:30 pm; VAE Raleigh, 309 W. Martin Street, Raleigh, NC 27601-1801; 919.828.7834

Wednesday:

Market on Market
Market on Market, a program produced by the Downtown Raleigh Alliance, brings the highest quality local growers and food artisans together for a Raleigh audience. Vendors include North Carolina farmers, ranchers, fisherman, nurserymen, bakers, cheese makers, and specialty foods producers. Located in Market and Exchange Plazas in downtown Raleigh, the market promises to be the premier venue for locally grown produce and artisan foods in Raleigh. Wednesday, 11 am – 2 pm; 219 Fayetteville St, Raleigh, NC 27601

Thursday:

Thrive NC Festival
North Carolina’s top name chefs, Ashley Christensen and Vivian Howard, are the headliners next month at a new foodie festival designed to link the state’s culinary talent with food challenges facing their neighbors. Enjoy two nights of live music and mouth-watering samples from dozens of top restaurants at Raleigh’s City Market. During the day, stakeholders will discuss pressing issues of food and economy, including childhood obesity and nutrition, access to fresh and healthy food and ongoing food insecurity. $30; Thursday, 306 Parham St, Raleigh, NC

By Whitney

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