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Natural Sciences Classroom: Memory and the Brain

“Have you ever wondered what the brain does? Do you know how you are able to remember the things you see? Join [The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences] on a journey into the mind to understand the functions of the brain and its importance in our everyday lives!” Event is Free but registration is required Event will be virtual and take place Tuesday, April 26, 2022 11:00am – 12:00pm will include ASL and live captioning. 

A cartoon image of a park and children playing socker and flying kites. The text reads "Neurotypes Playgroup Meet Every Sunday at 4pm (weather permitting)"

All Neurotypes: Neurotypes Playgroup The All Neurotypes playgroup aims to create a safe, inclusive space where children can be themselves and where no one has to hide neurodivergent traits. The playgroup is organized by an autistic parent of an autistic 4-year-old. All are welcome (one does not need to be neurodivergent to join!) We meet every Sunday at 4pm (weather permitting) at a park which is fully fenced. Feel free to join late or leave early, this is meant to be a very low pressure group. Interested in learning more? Contact to be added to the emailing list!

A purplish blue background with red dots. There is a paint brush and paint pallet in the upper left corner. In the lower left corner two cartoon people sit reading books. Beside them is a open cartoon book. The text on the page reads "Accessible Artmaking and Book Giveaway. Series of Fortunate Events 2022 Durham County Main Libary June 4 2022 10am-12pm" in the lower right corner is the Arts access logo

Accessible Artmaking and Book Giveaway In partnership with the Durham County Main Library, Arts Access is hosting visual art and movement activities inspired by the disabled joy of We Move Together, a new picture book by Kelly Fritsch, Anne McGuire, and Eduardo Trejos. Attendees will also get a free copy of the book! For more information and to register for the event visit the Durham County Library page! Event is on June 4th 2022 at 10am-12pm If you have any accessibility questions, please contact  919-560-0183 or email

Graphic illustration of a black female-presenting photographer who is a leg amputee, wearing a prosthetic and bending down holding her camera.

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