( music )
November 11. 8pm-Midnight. Bluesin’ for Boobies. Zion Bar & Grille, 5601 Roanne Way, Greensboro. This Susan G. Komen fundraiser will hold it’s second annual benefit to raise money for Breast Cancer Research. Look forward to a fun night of music, dancing, silent auction, raffles, t-shirt and bumper-sticker sales. Featuring live music by the Fairlanes, and Lawyers, Gunes & Money as well. For more info, visit bluesin4boobies.weebly.com.
November 11-12. Carolina Road Homecoming Bluegrass Festival. Ramada Inn, Burlington. Enjoy tunes from the best pickers and grinners in the industry including Marty Raybon, Al Batten & The Bluegrass Reunion, Danny Stanley & The Bluegrass Gents and more.
For more info, call 919.779.5672.
November 12. Historic Washington Street Fall Festival. Washington St., High Point. There will be music, fun, food, free parking and much more. Penn- Griffin School for the Arts students will be providing entertainment along with local classic rock & R&B bands, gospel groups, the Andrews drum line, and a fire-featuring still walker.
November 17. Noon. Mallary Hope in Concert. OneMain Financial WS Location. Kester Mill Village. 1571 Hanes Mall Blvd., Winston-Salem. OneMain Concert Series Present rising young country star, Mallary Hope. Following the concert, there will be a meet-andgreet with the young sensation. She will also be signing autographs and posing for pictures. For more info, visit onemainfinancial.com.
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November 17. 7pm. Bethabara Concert Band Holiday Concert. Maple Springs United Methodist Church. 2569 Reynolda Rd., Winston-Salem. Enjoy Historic Bethabara Park’s community band as they close their season with a performance of sacred and secular music. For more info, visit www.bethabarapark.org
November 19. Noon. OneMain Financial HP Location.
Market Place Center. 2620 S Main St., High Point. OneMain Concert Series Present rising young country star, Mallary Hope. Following the concert, there will be a meet-and-greet with the young sensation. She will also be signing autographs and posing for pictures. For more info, visit onemainfinancial.com.
November 20. 4pm-11:30pm. Ham It Up of the Hungry. Old Winston Social Club. 1131 Burke St., Winston- Salem. If you like good music and want to help the Second Harvest Food Bank of NWNC, attend this special benefit. The event will include food, raffles, a cash bar, surprise guests and will feature numerous bands and performers who are donating their talent for the cause. For more info and/or tickets purchase, call 336.655.8604.
December 6. 8pm. Winter Concert. Triad Stage @ The Pyrle Theater. 232 S Elm St., Greensboro. Join in a Winter Concert with Laurelyn Dossett, Rhiannon Giddens, Mike Compton, Joe Newberry, and Jason Sypher as they perform the music of The Gathering, and Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity. For more info, visit www.gatheringsongs.com.
December 11. 5pm, 6pm. Piedmont Chamber Singers Candlelight Concert. Historic Bethabara Park. 2147 Bethabara Rd., Winston-Salem. Hear traditional carols sung inside Historic Bethabara Park’s 1788 Gemeinhaus by the solf glow of candlelight. Following the concert, guests are invited to the Visitor Center where they can partake of refreshments or browse the gift shop. For more info, visit www.BethabaraPark.org or call 336.924.8191.
( new age )
November 12. 10am-5pm. Art of WellBeing Expo. Greensboro School of Creativity. 900 Sixteenth St., Greensboro. FREE LECTURES all day! Bring your questions ready for answers to support your health and well-being from a caring community of Triad natural health practitioners. EXHIBITS include: Massage, Hypnotherapy, Detox & Nutrition, Foot Reflexology, Energy Healing, Aromatherapy, Intuitives, Aura Photos, All Natural Body Care, Natural Weight Loss, Super Health Supplements, Handcrafted Flutes & Drums, Music & Meditation CDs, Jewelry, and more! For more info, visit www.artofwellbeing.com.
November 13. 3:30 pm. Upanishads Class. Sunrise Yoga Studio, 6000 Meadowbrook Mall Ct., Clemmons. Led by Jarrod Whitaker, Associate Professor of
Religion at WFU. To register or learn more, call 778-1233 visit www.sunriseyoga.net.
Every Monday. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Meditation Techniques and Contemplative Practices. Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, 501 S. Mendenhall, Greensboro. Park opposite the church. For details call 379-1000.
( kids/teens )
November 12. 8am-1pm. Children’s Book Signing. The Christmas Store. Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church. 4265 Ebert St., Winston-Salem. Children’s Book Author, Michele M. Manderine will be signing copies of “Tristan, The Maine Coon Cat.” For more info, call 336.764.5467.
November 16-Jan. 29. Various Times. Winterfest Ice Skating Season. Festival Park, Downtown Greensboro. Back by popular demand, WFMY News 2 Piedmont Winterfest Event is back better than before. This year, the rink will be over 50 percent larger than last, making it the largest outdoor downtown ice rink in the state. For more info, visit www.piedmontwinterfest.com.
November 19. 9am-1pm. Craft Show Book Signing. Holy Family Catholic Church. Kinnamon Rd. Clemmons. Michele M. Manderine will be reading from her book, “Tristan, The Maine Coon Cat” and signing copies for adults and children. For more info, call 336.778.2045.
November 28-Dec. 1. 6-8:15pm. Basketball Skills Clinic. Warnersville Center. 601 Doak St., Greensboro. This clinic is open to boys and girls, ages 5-10. Participants will learn basic skills, defense, and teamwork.
Registration is going on now through Nov. 22. $10 per child. For more info, call 336.373.5871.
( leagues/clubs )
November 9. 5:30-8pm. SynerG On Tap. 1618 Wine Lounge. 1724 Battleground Ave., Greensboro. Join SynerG for an informal social and professional networking event. Bring new friends and connect with old ones.
For more info, visit www.1618concepts.com
November 13. 5-7pm. “Bringing a New Greensboro to Life.” Holy Trinity Church. 606 N Greene St., Greensboro. Community Potluck and Dinner Discussion, featuring speakers from Transition Greensboro and Fund for Democratic Communities. Bring something tasty to share with other as you share ideas and plans for re-localizing Greensboro. For more info, call 336.852.1489.
November 15. Noon. League of Women Voters Program. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Haywood Duke Room, 607 Greene St., Greensboro. Speaker: Addy Jeffrey, Latino Community Advocate, with panel respondents, discussing U.S. Immigration and Customs
Enforcement’s treatment of undocumented workers. Program free and open to all. Lunch (optional) is available ($10); lunch reservations must be made in advance.
For more info, visit lwvpt.org or call 336.643.2131.
November 17. 5-7pm. Feast of Caring. First Baptist Church. 1000 W Friendly Ave., Greensboro. The public is invited to drop in for a simple meal of soup and bread. This soup kitchen traditional meal kicks off to Greensboro Urban Ministry’s annual operating fund campaign. Attendees are requested to make their annual pledge or gift at the event. For more info, call 336.553.2639 or visit www. greensborourbanministry.org.
( sports )
October 28-March 26. 7:30am-4pm. All Sports Teacher Workday Camps for ages 6-12. Greensboro Sportsplex. 2400 16th Street. Held on designated teacher workdays, these camps will include a variety of sports, as well as ageappropriate agility training. $25 per child per day. For more info, visit www.greensborosportsplex.com.
November 13-15. U.S. Synchronized Swimming 2012 Olympic Team Trials. Greensboro Aquatic Center, Greensboro Coliseum Complex. Featuring America’s elite athletes competing for a spot in the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. For tickets or more information, call 1-800-745-3000 or visit www.ticketmaster.com.
( etc. )
November 9. 7:30-11:45am. Guilford Education Alliance Annual Education Summit. Koury Convention Center. 400 Four Seasons Dr. Greensboro. Dr. Jim Goodnight will speak on the importance of science, technology, engineering, and math education. $35 per ticket. Must register by Nov. 1 at www.guilfordeducationalliance.org.
November 11. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. The Black South: From the Reconstruction Period to the 21st Century. Elliott University Center, UNCG, Greensboro. Panels, presentations and keynote speaker Dr. Chester Fontenot Jr. Free and open to the public. To register or learn more, call 336-334-5507.
November 11. 10am-6pm & Nov. 12 10am-4pm. Christmas Open House. Muddpies Pottery & Gifts. 233 N Main St., Kernersville. Join Muddpies for more of the great products they have always had and some new additions as well! For more info, visit Muddpies on facebook.
November 11. 5-7pm. Public Safety Lesson. McGirt-Horton Branch Library. 2501 Phillips Ave., Greensboro. Various Departments such as GPD, GSO Fire Dept, and the Guilford County EMS are teaming up to offer this comprehensive lesson on safety. Topics
covered will be
ambulance contact protocol, holiday shopping safety, texting and
driving, seatbelt safety, child passenger safety, and more. For more
info, visit www.greensborolibrary.org
November 12. 8am-5pm. Designer Trade Secrets & Sample Sale. 200 Steele Building, High Point. This
day-long event will bring together the organization’s legendary
furnishings and accessories sample sale with design presentations, home
and gift resources, product raffles and a do-it-yourself vignette. For
more info and tickets, email carolinasIFDA@northstate.net.
November 12. 10:30am-4pm. Mocassin Making Workshop. High Point Museum. 1859 E Lexington Ave., High Point. Greg
Hudson, a known artisan and leather worker will demonstrate the art of
mocassin making. Participants will receive a complete of nearly complete
set of mocassins as well as a template for future mocassin building
endeavors. All tools and materials will be provided. For more info, call
336.885.1859 or visit www.highpointmuseum.com.
Issues Affecting Your Community & Add Your Voice to the Discussion
in this interactive session. For more info, call 336.721.9336.
16. Noon. “What Are Daily Deal$ and Are They Right for My Business?”
Greensboro Chamber of Commerce. 342 N Elm St., Greensboro. Get You
Found Online Marketing partners with the GSO Chamber of Commerce to
bring you this workshop on expanding your web marketing. For more info
and registration, visit salesmarketingnov2011.eventbrite.com
November 16. 5:30-7:30pm. Savor NC and Bernardin’s
Present: Dinner Conversations. Bernardin’s. 901 W Fourth St., Winston-Salem. Join
in for this mustexperience, artistic event featuring food, wine, music,
and art on the patio. Mix and mingle as you enjoy live music paired
with your favorite wine. For more info, call 777.6065 or visit www.bernardinsfinedining.com.
( animals )
12. 2-9pm. Huami Magazine 1st Annual Hair Show. Special Event Center at
the Greensboro Coliseum. 1921 W Lee St., Greensboro. This hair show
will feature some of NC’s most talented stylists and barbers. Tickets
are $15 and available at Luving Hair Salon and Kotur Kuts Salon. A
portion of ticket sales will go towards Black Child Development
Institute. For more info, visit www.huamimagazine.com or call 336.340.7844.
November 12. 3 p.m. Walk for Wishes. Tanglewood, 4061 Clemmons Rd., Clemmons. A
fundraising event for the Make-A-Wish-Foundation featuring food, games
and a walk through the Festival of Lights. For more information, visit www.walkforwishestanglewood.org.
12. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. History of the American Soldier. Guilford
Courthouse National Military Park, 2332 New Garden Rd., Greensboro. An educational program in honor of Veterans’ Day. Free and open to the public. For more information, call www.nps.gov/guco.
November 16. 9-11:30am. Building a Stronger North Carolina. 8818 W Market St., Colfax. Hear an Overview of the North Carolina State Budget, Economic Forecast,
November 12. 9am-Noon. 3rd Annual Bark For Life of Greensboro. Historic Country Park, Shelter #7., Greensboro. Dogs
of all types are invited to join the American Cancer Society’s 3rd
Annual “Bark For Life” event. The event celebrates cancer survivorship,
honors those people lost to cancer, and provides an opportunity for dog
lovers and our canine friends to support the Society’s efforts to save
lives and create more birthdays. For more info, visit www.relayforlife.org/barkgso.
November 12. 6pm-Midnight. Furr Ball Unleashed! The Millennium Center. 101 W 5th St., Winston-Salem. Forsyth
Humane Society presents Furr Ball Unleashed!, a fun evening of dinner,
dancing, and entertainment including live music and a live and silent
auction to raise funds and awareness for animals who are homeless,
neglected and in need, and will support the FHS ‘no kill’ Adoption
Center, Educational Outreach Programs, Sick and Injured Animal Fund, and
Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Voucher Assistance Program. For more info and
tickets, visit www.forsythhumane.
org or call 336.793.6480.
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