8 Great Things to do in the Triad Sep. 25-27

by Rebecca Harrelson


When: September 24 – September 26

Where: International Civil Rights Center & Museum- 134 S Elm St, Greensboro, North Carolina 27401

Join the Dreamteam Initiative, in partnership with the ICRCM and ArtsGreensboro for a Weekend of Plays!

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What: Show of Hands 2015 x Mosaic Festival x Dance From Above

When: Thursday September 24th Today at 5:30pm – 11:00pm

Where: Carolina Theatre of Greensboro- 310 S Greene St, Greensboro, North Carolina 27401

Music lovers, foodies, civic reformers “” Show of Hands invites you to its 2015 concert, presented in collaboration with the Mosaic Festival and Dance From Above on Thursday, Sept. 24 at the Crown at Carolina Theater (this is a rain location change)!At the show, you can register to vote in the November election, meet local candidates, and get info on the November ballot, all while feasting on amazing international treats from a variety of vendors, enjoying delicious craft beers, and dancing to a lineup of switched-on sonic innovators from home and abroad.The event is FREE for all ages, but don’t forget cash for food and beverages!

What: Fourth Friday

When: Tomorrow at 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Where: Washington Street Historic District (High Point, North Carolina)- High Point, North Carolina

What: More Than A Paycheck

When: Friday September 25th 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Where: Central Carolina Worker Justice Center-407 E Washington St, Greensboro, North Carolina 27401

Join the YWCA Greensboro for another interactive discussion and visioning session centered on the needs of low-wage workers and their families. For this meeting we will be reflecting on the visioning that was done in our last meeting and presenting concrete examples of alternative economic structures and businesses that are creating transformative change in their communities. This months meeting will be held at 6pm on September 25th at the newly open Central Carolina Worker Justice Center, 407 E Washington St.Central Carolina’s Worker Justice Center is a space for low-wage workers to build the power they need to take collective action to achieve racial and economic justice in Central Carolina communities.

What: Tate Street Festival 2015!

When: Saturday at 1:00pm

Where: Tate Street- Greensboro NC

This annual Greensboro Street Festival has been scheduled for September 26th 2015!! Showcasing the work of local and regional artists, musicians and performers, Tate Street Festival brings many diverse communities together to celebrate life and creativity!

What: Sounds at the Grounds with Sanders Davis and Nathan Weeks

When: Saturday 26th 8-11

Where: Common Grounds- 602 S Elam Ave, Greensboro, North Carolina 27403

What: Kleur Color Wheel Party!

When: Saturday 26th – 7 pm

Where: 110 W 7th St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

What: Living Art Greensboro Bodypainting Artists-at-Work Session and Runway Show

When: Sunday, September 27

Where: Revolution Mill in Greensboro