The monthly Patchwork Market at Fullsteam Brewery brings together local makers and vintage vendors for lovely afternoon of shopping local. Treat yourself to a unique piece of jewelry or a vintage frock, because, let’s be honest, you deserve it. The market runs from noon to 4pm.
The Jewish Food Festival at Levin Jewish Community Center is a celebration of Jewish foods, including Ashkenazi (Eastern European), Sephardic (Mediterranean), and New York Deli specialties. Volunteers from the community serve up their favorite family meals, so you know it’s going to be delicious. Check out the menu and pull out your elastic waist pants. All proceeds from the food and raffle ticket sales benefit the Jewish Federation’s initiatives to address food insecurity in the local community. The festival runs from 10:30am to 2pm.
The Pauli Murray Walking Tour delves into Durham’s history of racial segregation in the West End neighborhood. From their website: “Aya Shabu and friends share stories about the significance of Black Civil War Soldiers, the Freedman Schools movement, unsung shero Pauli Murray- her mulit-racial ancestry and hertitage, and Pauli’s long history of relentless activism.” The walking tour begins at the Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice (Pauli Murray’s family home) at 906 Carroll Street and runs from 10am to 11:30am. Tickets are $12-$20 for adults and free for children.