Chapel Hill
Friends of the Downtown

Next Meeting:
Thursday, December 1


Jane Wester, Editor-in-Chief
of the Daily Tar Heel


Coffee at 9:30 | Program at 10:00


Jane Wester, a history major from Charlotte and former DTH reporter, will discuss  changes at the Daily Tar Heel, including the increased use of social media, and the role of the paper in the community.

This month's gathering of the Friends of the Downtown will take place on the second floor of the Franklin Hotel. Coffee and conversation begin at 9:30, with our speaker starting promptly at 10 a.m. Meetings are free and open to the public.

The Franklin Hotel, second floor
311 West Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC
(919) 442-9000


Bus: W Franklin St at Kenan St

Parking: FranklinStreetParking.com

We encourage you to forward this announcement to your friends and colleagues who would be interested. Meetings are free and open to the public.


Downtown Chapel Hill — Where the Town Comes to Life.

The mission of Friends of the Downtown is to develop and promote downtown Chapel Hill as a place for community interaction and economic vitality.

The focus of Friends of the Downtown is on economic growth, job creation, co-marketing opportunities, increasing influence with local government and increasing the awareness of Downtown Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Franklin Street is the core of the downtown, hence our website name: FranklinStreetUSA.com.

 

 

 

 


Whimsical views of Downtown Chapel Hill

Website:   

SCK Design

BoostSuite

Artwork:

Elaine O'Neil Textile Collages

Candidate Forum:

Gregg Gerdau  

Remember to Shop Downtown!

Thanks to the many Downtown Merchants who have donated door prizes for our meetings.

Click for a list of our great Downtown merchants.

Parking Information and Map

There now is free night parking at a number of downtown lots. For a map and complete listing of lots and costs, meters and valet parking go to FranklinStreetParking.com.


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