Trace the evolution of the bicycle from its origins to the sleek, modern designs that line the streets around the world today. Uncover a collection of unique and customized bikes, including collapsible, recumbent and tandem models. Get into gear with hands-on exhibits to explore energy, aerodynamics and engineering as you enjoy a diverse collection of historic, rare, peculiar and all-around amazing bikes!
2015 Performance Camp (Ages 10-15) A TWO-WEEK MASTERS CLASS IN ACTING, SINGING & DANCING DATES: August 3 – 14 TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. FEES: Full tuition is $450.00. Please remit a nonrefundable deposit of $50.00 with your application. The balance of $400.00 is due TWO WEEKS before the first day of camp. Sibling discount is not available for Performance Camp. TUITION INCLUDES: an intensive rehearsal process with top directors and choreographers, resulting in a vibrant production performed on the Mill stage for an enthusiastic audience. Camp t-shirt included. Lunch provided daily. PERFORMANCE CAMP PRODUCTION: August 14th and 15th at 7:00 p.m. Reservations Required. Tickets $5.
Explore an intricate world inspired by the styles of Renaissance and Pop Art in artist Nickolai Walko’s exhibition ADHERE. A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Arts, this Richmond artist uses tape as a medium to portray anatomy, biology and the complex workings of the human body. Make a plan to see these one of a kind pieces – and stick with it!
Pack a lunch and join us! Museum scientists and others share easy to understand information on a wide range of science topics. This week’s presentation is “A Bittersweet Look at Chocolate under the Microscope” presented by Kelly M. Walker, Chef and Owner of Chocolates by Kelly
A comedy about growing old together! Five Southern women, whose friendships began many years ago on their college swim team, set aside a long weekend every August to recharge those relationships. A hilarious and touching comedy about friendships that last forever. If you loved “The Golden Girls”, then you’ll love these girls, too!
Because The Dixie Swim Club was such a hit in 2014 – and so many folks mentioned wanting more time to see it (or to see it AGAIN) – this summer the Mill is proud to bring it back for a brief BONUS run. The show is not part of the normal subscription season, but as a thank-you to our subscribers (2014-15 or 2015-16), we are pleased to offer tickets for this production – as many as you like – at 25% off! The reservation does need to be in the name of the subscriber, and seating is based on availability at the time of your reservation. Use the subscriber form or call 748-5203 to reserve. Please note that seating may not be the same as your subscription seats
The webinar, entitled Interest Rate Risk/Asset Liability Management for Credit Unions brings attention to the interest rate risk being the most significant risk the credit union industry is facing, according to NCUA. The first installment of the three part webinar will focus on the fundamental concepts of interest rate risk (IRR) and asset liability management (ALM). Policies, procedures and internal controls necessary to monitor compliance will be covered as well.
Register online by August 4, 2015 at
Participants will receive a confirmation email upon successful registration containing the log-in credentials. The dial-in information will be sent one (1) day prior to the event.
Harvey L. Johnson, CPA, CGMA
Lisa B. Boylen
Senior ALM Analyst, First Carolina Corporate Credit Union
The webinar presenters will discuss key terms and provide an overview of the ALM process, address ALM measurements, including GAP Analysis, Income Simulations and Net Economic Value Analysis, highlight common red flags in IRR and ALM, discuss internal controls and monitoring tools to measure and assess ALM compliance.
The webinar will be directed at CEOs, CFOs, Board of Directors, and those who are involved in the ALM/IRR oversight process
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Gallery Flux invites you to attend our group show, “Lay of the Land”. The show will exhibit artwork that represents rural life, focusing on the simplicity and beauty in the ‘lay of the land’. The exhibition will run from August 6-September 26, 2015.
The show will also include two opening receptions on August 6th and September 3rd from 5:30-8pm.
Exhibition Dates: August 6 – September 26, 2015
Opening Receptions: August 6 and September 3, 5:30-8pm
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am-6pm, Saturday 11am-4pm, and Sunday 12-4pm