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Fri­day, Nov. 9 Author B.A. Shapiro

Dis­cus­sion of “The Col­lec­tor’s Ap­pren­tice.” De­tails: 6 p.m. Flyleaf Books, 752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Chapel Hill., 919-942-7373.

Eth­no­mu­si­col­ogy lec­ture: Lau­ren Flood

AI and the Ethnog­ra­phy of Mu­si­cal Fu­tures: Pro­to­type, Up­date, Real-Time, and Deep­Dream. De­tails: 4 p.m. Bid­dle Mu­sic Build­ing, Room 104, Duke Univer­sity, 105 Mary Duke Bid­dle, Durham.

Satur­day, Nov. 10 Author B.A. Shapiro

Author of “The Col­lec­tor’s Ap­pren­tice.” De­tails: 11 a.m. McIn­tyre’s Books, 220 Mar­ket St., Fear­ring­ton Vil­lage, Pitts­boro., 919-542-3030.

Author L.M. El­liott

Author of “Hamil­ton and Peggy! A Rev­o­lu­tion­ary Friend­ship.” De­tails: 2 p.m. McIn­tyre’s Books, 220 Mar­ket St., Fear­ring­ton Vil­lage, Pitts­boro., 919-542-3030.

Bobby G: A Life Worth Cel­e­brat­ing

Author Stan Fried­land will dis­cuss the life of Bobby Ger­sten, the old­est liv­ing UNC for­mer bas­ket­ball and base­ball star. Bobby will also be in at­ten­dance to an­swer ques­tions. De­tails: 2-3:30 p.m. Chapel Hill Pub­lic Li­brary, 100 Li­brary Drive, Chapel Hill., 919-968-2777.

Legacy of lynch­ing in NC

UNC pro­fes­sor Seth Kotch will dis­cuss the de­vel­op­ment of “A Red Record” and his dig­i­tal ex­hi­bi­tion doc­u­ment­ing lynch­ings in NC. De­tails: 1-3 p.m. Stan­ford L. War­ren Li­brary, Meet­ing Room, 1201 Fayet­teville St., Durham., 919-560-0270.

De­men­tia con­fer­ence

Learn how faith com­mu­ni­ties can em­brace and up­lift per­sons with de­men­tia, their fam­i­lies and care­givers. De­tails: 8:30 a.m.-noon. Free. The For­est at Duke, 2701 Pick­ett Road, Durham. Regis­ter: de­men­ti­ain­clu­sive­dur ham@dc­, 919-724-5596.

Durham po­lice PAC 3

John J. Maron, Direc­tor, In­vestor Pro­tec­tion & Ed­u­ca­tion Ser­vices Pro­gram, NC Dept. of the Sec­re­tary of State, Se­cu­ri­ties Di­vi­sion will talk about “In­vest­ment Fraud: Guard­ing Your As­sets in a Scary World.” Q&A will fol­low. De­tails: 10 a.m.noon. Com­mu­nity and Fam­ily Life Re­cre­ation Cen­ter, Lyon Park, 1309 Hal­ley St., Durham. pac3­

Durham po­lice PAC 4

De­tails: 10 a.m. Cam­pus Hills Re­cre­ation Cen­ter, 2000 S. Al­ston Ave., Durham.

Hills­bor­ough po­lice an­nual toy drive

Spon­sored by the Hills­bor­ough Po­lice Depart­ment and Time­less Cruizers car club of Efland. Bring new, un­wrapped toys (in­fant-15 years; no weapons or candy) and non­per­ish­able food; view antique cars. De­tails: 2-5 p.m.; rain or shine. Hwy. 55 Burg­ers, Shakes and Fries, 601 Hamp­ton Pointe Blvd., Hills­bor­ough., 919-296-9543.

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