Everyone's welcome to join the Banana Dance Flash mob and Stilt Parade! We'll meet at the Fire Bus in City Center to inflate bananas and learn some cool dance moves. Then we'll take the act to Fayetteville Street and spread the banana cheer! Wear yellow or any other festive fantasy costume you desire! Remember bananas stay with the bunch!
Kizomba means “party" in Kimbundu, an Angolan language, and thats what we intend to do! Kimberly Nicole will lead you and your partner in the basics of Kizomba, focusing on grounded steps and the connection between you, your partner and the music. Men, women, and children of all ages and dance levels welcome! Come with a partner or come alone - this dance is for everyone!
Nia is fusion fitness for the body, mind, emotions and spirit that integrates movements from dance, martial arts, and healing arts. Laura Ghantous will lead you in this fun, expressive workout thats adaptable for all fitness levels. Bare feet suggested but comfortable shoes welcome.
Take a moment to relax in a world of flowing visuals created in Virtual Reality by a local artist.
Members of the public will be able to submit a written response to a chalk art entry of their choice - to enter participants will snap a picture of the chalk art with a written word response caption and tag for contest by using #litspark #odetochalkart1(with number corresponding to visual chosen). No winners - all entries will be streamed/shared on digital media.
"My Poet, My Poem & I" poem dispenser is putting poems by great American poets—as well as the NCSU Libraries’ own bookBot—into the hands of passersby. After selecting whether you want a poem by a human or the bookBot, the dispenser prints out a poem on a pocket-sized piece of paper, and even adds photographs of you and the poet.