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This Week (6/03-6/09)

1. Thirsty THURSDAY: Dain's Place

2. Documenting Medicine

3. Summer Days, Nasher Nights: Nasher Night Out

4. Fresh Docs Film Screenings

5. Summer Days, Nasher Nights: Live & Local

Next Week (6/10-6/16)

6. Music in the Gardens: David Wax Museum

7. DukeWELL Monthly Seminar: Massage

8. Summer Days, Nasher Nights: Wine Tasting

9. Culture, games, and movie: Dragon boat festival celebration

The 34th annual Festival for the ENO RIVER is July 4&6th and tickets are on sale now!

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Dain's Place is the place to be this week!
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I'm pumped for GPSC's first Thirsty THURSDAY of the summer at Dain's Place (one of the Top 25 College Bars!). Enjoy the open bar while it lasts and beer pitchers all night with your classy colleagues. If you want to pre-game Thirsty Thursdays, come out to TRIVIA NIGHT on Wednesday at the same awesome bar, hosted by your trusty GPSC Communications Coordinator (that's me, y'all).
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Fumiko Chino

This Week (6/03-6/09)

1. Thirsty THURSDAY: Dain's Place
When: Thurs, June 6th: 10:00PM- until late
Location: Dain's Place (754 9th St)
Cost: OPEN BAR starting at 10pm with your DUKE ID. $15 beer pitcher specials
Contact: Duke Student Life
GET EXCITED for the first GPSC Thirsty THURSDAY of the summer! Come out to Dain's Place on 9th for an open bar starting at 10:00 if you are wearing DUKE BLUE (Duke shirts, Duke Pride, something fun and creative) and BRING YOUR DUKE I.D. Open bar is limited and available only with your Duke ID, first come first serve! Pitcher specials all night.

2. Documenting Medicine: Documentary work by physician residents
When: Wed, June 5th: 6:00-8:00PM
Location: Center for Documentary Studies (1317 W. Pettigrew Street)
Cost: FREE
Contact: Liisa Ogburn
The Duke University Medical Center and the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke partnered to create the Documenting Medicine program, which promotes the use of documentary to explore medical issues by physician residents. At this event 14 residents from a wide range of medical specialties--psychiatry, anesthesiology, pediatrics, geriatrics, oncology, and more--will share their documentary projects with the public. The program is led by Liisa Ogburn and John Moses, M.D.

3. Summer Days, Nasher Nights: Nasher Night Out
When: Thurs, June 6th: 6:00-9:00PM
Location: Nasher Museum of Art
Contact: Wendy Hower Livingston
Celebrate Durham’s trendiest eateries and bars at a progressive party that starts with a first course at the Nasher Museum Café, where you will be given your NNO party plan and ID bracelet needed for exclusive specials and discounts around town. Café reservations encouraged, online or call 919-684-6032. Participating venues and featured specials include:
First Downtown Stop
Cave Taureau (7-9pm): $10 wine tasting with complementary snacks and 10% discount on highlighted wine bottles and complimentary Nasher tote.
Dining Locations
Pizzeria Toro, in the bar: discounted tasting plates paired with featured wines and cocktails
Taberna Tapas: complementary pintxos plate with a glass of wine and discounts on tapas plates
Something Sweet
The Parlour ice cream shop: $1-off discount on purchase of your choice
Call it a Night
Alley Twenty Six: featured after dinner drink designed exclusively for Nasher Night Out

4. Fresh Docs Film Screenings
When: Thurs, June 6th: 7:00PM
Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Full Frame Theater
Cost: FREE
Contact: April Walton
Fresh Docs is a works-in-progress film series presented by the Center for Documentary Studies and the Southern Documentary Fund. These two short documentary films capture the intersection of art and life: Judy Van Wyk's MUSINGS OF AN IRAQI PATRIOT and Rodrigo Dorfman's TOMMY!: THE DREAMS I KEEP INSIDE ME. Van Wyk's film chronicles Iraqi artist Ahmed Fadaam's struggles to adapt to life in exile, and bringing his family to live with him in the American South, where he is a visiting professor at UNC-Chapel Hill. Dorfman's film tells the story of Tommy, who is sixty years-old, autistic, and has a life-long dream to sing with a Big Band a la Frank Sinatra.

5. Summer Days Nasher Nights: Live & Local
When: Sun, June 9th: 12:00-2:00PM
Location: Nasher Museum of Art
Cost: Music is FREE.
Contact: Wendy Hower Livingston
Enjoy live music in the cafe by area musicians and a brunch menu featuring local ingredients. Free for cafe patrons. Reservations online or call 919-684-6032.

Next Week (6/10-6/16)

6. Music in the Gardens: David Wax Museum
When: Wed, June 12th: 7:00-9:00PM
Location: Sarah P Duke Gardens
Cost: $12 General/$10 Duke students with ID/Free for 12-&-under
“a lively and rustic cross-border mix: lonesome Appalachian harmonies over mariachi horn lines and rhythms you might hear at a rural dance in Veracruz or San Luis Potosí” —NY Times
Outdoor shows take place rain or shine on the lawn behind the Gardens’ Visitor Center. Lawn chairs, picnics & blankets encouraged, dogs are not allowed. Food & beverages, including beer & wine, will be available for purchase. The lawn will open 30 minutes prior to the start of show. After 5 pm, free parking is available in the Duke Gardens' parking lots adjacent to the venue.

7. DukeWELL Monthly Seminar: Tension Won't Get the Best of Me!
When: Thurs, June 13th: 5:30-7:00PM
Location: Center for Living, Integrative Medicine Building, Room AB
Cost: FREE
Contact: 919-416-DUKE (3853)
Massage therapy is more popular than ever. For easing aches and pains, alleviating headaches, reducing tension and many other reasons, massage could be the answer you have been seeking. This talk will introduce self-care techniques you can use for yourself as well as information about massage techniques you may have not been aware of. Join Kim Turk, Lead Massage Therapist at Duke Integrative Medicine as she introduces the therapies she uses for great results with clients. She will demonstrate quick and handy techniques you can use anytime to feel more relaxed, flexible, and comfortable. Bring your questions, ideas, and massage-ready fingers.

8. Summer Days, Nasher Nights: Wine Tasting
When: Thurs, June 13th: 6:00-8:00PM
Location: Nasher Museum of Art
Cost: $5
Contact: Wendy Hower Livingston
Cool off with a $5 tasting pass to include tastings of four wines, with different selections each month. Purchase tasting pass in advance at the cafe (cash or credit) or at the event (cash only).

9. Culture, games, and movie: Dragon boat festival celebration
When: Sat, June 15th: 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Location: French Family Science Center 2237
Cost: FREE
Contact: DCSSA
The dragon boat festival (5th day of the 5th lunar month every year) is celebrated in almost all Asian countries. The Duke Chinese Students and Scholars Association (DCSSA) will provide free traditional Chinese food zongzi (cooked sweet rice dumplings with various fillings wrapped in bamboo leaves). All are welcome to participate.

FEATURING: Mahjong and Chinese Chess
When: Sat, June 15th: 12:30 PM-4:00 PM
Contact: Jun Yan
Mahjong and Chinese Chess are two of the most popular games that originated in China, and are now being played all over the world. DCSSA will teach basic rules of these games to anyone who's interested. We will then hold a mini-tournament. The top three participants in each game will win $30, $20, and $10.

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