To celebrate the release of the new Saucony Guide ISO 2 and Saucony Triumph ISO 5 running shoes, Saucony and Fleet Feet Carrboro hosted a demo event at one of the weekly Fleet Feet/Vecino Brewing Co. pub run events
It’s always fun to try out something new - new shoes, a new running group, a new running route - and it’s especially fun to have that documented! A couple weeks ago Saucony and Fleet Feet Carrboro hosted a demo event of the new Saucony Guide ISO 2 and the Triumph ISO 5 in conjunction with the regular Wednesday night pub run and half/full marathon training program run.
New shop in Hillsborough provides a place for local artists and artisans
Eno River Marketplace opened on June 30 in the midst of the Hillsborough Arts Council Last Friday Art Walk. Tucked into a historic downtown building the new shop features vintage and repurposed goods, handmade quilts, paintings, coloring books, custom coasters, terrariums, cards, and many more unique gifts.
Trying Stand-Up Paddleboarding at Lake Crabtree and Harris Lake
I have been having a blast taking photos of Wake County parks! Most recently I met up with a group of stand-up paddleboarders at Lake Crabtree. The week before at Harris Lake I'd met Laura Prudhomme, the organizer of the Meetup "What SUP Triangle?" through a meetup with Life Is A Hike. Laura and her husband Mark own Earth Creature which rents SUP gear and organizes events like the SUP meetup at Harris and the meetup at Crabtree. I found them through a mutual friend and after I took photos at the Harris Lake event Laura invited me to take photos at a Lake Crabtree event and try out paddling for myself.
Local restaurants and breweries offer taste of Durham
The 5th annual Bull City Food & Beer Experience this past Sunday at DPAC drew quite a crowd of local beer and food enthusiasts. Sponsored by Tyler's Restaurant and Taproom, Sam's Quik Shop, and Harris Beverages it featured 35 Durham restaurants and 35 breweries, most of them local to North Carolina.