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The Chesterfield

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701 W. Main Street
Durham, 27701

April 2020

Durham Golden Leaf Awards

April 23 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The Chesterfield, 701 W. Main Street
Durham, 27701
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The Golden Leaf Awards recognize properties that provide attributes to Durham’s built environment, buildings, and landscapes. Awards will be given to homeowners, developers, designers, neighborhood groups, and civic organizations in the following categories: Neighborhood Garden & Landscape, Hearth & Home, Adaptive Reuse, Small Development, Large Development, Keep Durham Beautiful, and People’s Choice. Note, the event is free and open to the public, and Durham residents are encouraged to attend.

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May 2020

Larger Than Life Science – WEBINAR

May 7 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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An event every month that begins at 4:00 pm on day First of the month, repeating indefinitely

The Chesterfield, 701 W. Main Street
Durham, 27701
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Free

LARGER THAN LIFE SCIENCE IS GOING VIRTUAL!   Due to pubic health concerns related to COVID-19, LaunchBio will suspend all in-person events until further notice. For the first time ever, you can enjoy our Larger Than Life Science programs from anywhere in the world free on Zoom. https://www.launchbio.org/webinars Register for any of our webinars and we'll send you the link to the webinar the day before the event. We will make the content available on our website following each program.…

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June 2020

People + Place Speaker Series: Postcards From Durham (rescheduled)

June 11 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
The Chesterfield, 701 W. Main Street
Durham, 27701
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Free

Preservation Durham's People + Place Speaker Series connects the people of Durham with the importance of our historic, architectural and cultural places. Meet us at 701 W. Main St. Rm# 2901 in the Chesterfield Building. From the collection of street historian John Schelp. To know Durham history is to know ‘the ridge.’ Main Street and the railroad tracks follow an east-west ridge. Durham’s cotton mills, tobacco factories, colleges, hospitals, City Hall, County Courthouse and earliest shopping districts are all located…

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