The Equal Origins Initiative – will work to ensure that everyone, at every level of the supply chain, matters equally.
Join us in welcoming Lauren deSerres as this month’s resident artist! You can learn more about her amazing paintings here.
Chapel Hill Magazine has opened their nominations for Best of 2018! We’re excited to be included with Chapel Hill-Carrboro’s best and brightest, and we hope that you’ll vote for us.
Join us in welcoming Bob Thurston as this month’s resident artist!
We’re proud to sponsor this year’s Floraffiti: Adult Poetry Workshop! Click here to learn more and RSVP!
Carrboro Coffee Roaster’s President, Scott Conary, recently sat down with Ron Stutts on WCHL’s “This is Tourism”. Give it a listen here!
Come by Open Eye on February 19th at 6pm for a special info session! In August of 2018, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce is traveling to Colombia and you’re invited. Come and learn about the trip details and more about signing up. As a bonus, hear from our local Carrboro Coffee Roasters about their relationships with Colombian coffee farmers and their own travel experience.
We’ll be providing coffee and treats!
Join us for the truehearts this Saturday, February 3rd at 8pm here at Open Eye Cafe!
We’re excited to be sponsoring the Town of Carrboro’s celebration of Fredrick Douglass’ 200th Birthday at the Century Center on February 5th at 7pm. Join us for presentations from James E. Williams Jr., retired Orange/Chatham Chief Public Defender, Michelle Lanier, Executive Director of the North Carolina African American Heritage Commission, and Jaki Shelton Green, award-winning poet. Carrboro Coffee will be serving light refreshments! Click here for more info.
Dar Williams recently published a book detailing her experience touring through small-town America, and we’re excited to see the coffee scene in our very own Carrboro, NC featured! Be sure to grab a copy to read up on her experience.