The Community Engagement Division strives to inform, engage, partner and empower the Durham community. As part of this goal, we can use our website to promote community events that encourage community building. To be eligible for us to publicize your event, the event must meet the following criteria.
- Event must be free and open to the public
- Event must have a primary purpose of community-building
- Event must be non-partisan
The events listed below were submitted by community members/groups. Please note, the Community Engagement Team of the City of Durham does not endorse the shared events, just that it met the criteria listed above. If you meet these standards and want us to publicize your event on our website, please fill out the form on this page.
Saturday, July 27, 2019 at 10:00 AMSEEDS in Durham, NC
The Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association (ECWA) is hosting a Watershed Academy on July 27, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The Watershed Academy is specifically designed to help young people understand the importance of preventing polluted stormwater runoff and education about their local urban watershed. Through a series of four hands-on sessions, participants will leave the Academy with resources and an understanding of how to improve water quality and environmental stewardship for East Durham. Several organizations such as EPA, Clean Water Environmental Education Partnership, and the City of Durham will lead sessions at the workshop. The Watershed Academy is a free event. Lunch is available, and all participants will leave with an environmental toolkit and certificate of completion. Complete the registration process at https://sforce.co/2X6fAAF.