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WEDNESDAY

24 WHITEY MORGAN AND THE 78’S

WHAT: Whitey Morgan is an American Honky Tonk artist from Flint, Michigan. In Flint, the factories are closed, jobs are scarce and the people are bitter. Whitey sings songs these people can relate to. Whitey relentlessly tours the country spreading his sound and attitude everywhere he goes. WHEN: 8 p.m. WHERE: Ziggy’s Music Hall 170 W 9th St Winston-Salem MORE: Tickets $15-$20, $75 VIP.

THURSDAY

25 ROCK THE RAILS

WHAT: Join Yes! Weekly in The Railyard every Thursday to enjoy great bands, good company, and cold craft beer. The Rock the Rails event series will be held at The Railyard Entertainment Complex off South Elm Street.The weekly outdoor event will feature some of the regions best bands. Craft Central will serve several of the areas favorite microbrews, along with other great surprises. WHEN: 5 p.m. WHERE: The Railyard Entertainment Complex. 120 Barnhardt Street, Greensboro. MORE: Free event.

THURSDAY

25 GOING DARK FILM NOIR SERIES

WHAT: Over the course of six weeks SECCA will screen a definitive noir film every Thursday night. This Week: The Big Heat (1953). Homicide detective Dave Bannion (Glenn Ford) is hell-bent on uncovering the far-reaching corruption of the violent gangster Mike Lagna (Alexander Scourby) and his sadistic henchman Vince Stone (Lee Marvin). WHEN: 8 p.m. WHERE: SECCA, 750 Marguerite Dr., Winston-Salem. MORE: $5 admission.

FRIDAY

26 FOREVER CLASSIC

WHAT: Make sure to mark your calendars and come on out to listen to some great oldies, visit with some old friends, meet some new ones and look at a lot of eye candy! Music and entertainment will be provided by a live DJ. 50/50 tickets will be available. Load up your cars with family and friends and come on out and enjoy the fun! WHEN: 5 p.m. WHERE: Cruise In, 6340 Ramada Drive, Clemmons. MORE: Free event.

FRIDAY

26

CHARITY CLASSIC  JAMES BOND NIGHT

WHAT: Benefitting ASL and Ronald McDonald House WS. Live music, dancing, DJ, photo booth, heavy hors doeuvres, game tables, prizes and silent auction with fabulous items. $50 per person at the door or online at Classic.ALS.Net WHEN: 6 p.m. WHERE: The Piedmont Club. 200 West 2nd Street, 19th Floor, Winston-Salem MORE: $50 admission.

SATURDAY

27 CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE

What: Celebrate the birth of the nation in the birthplace of Winston-Salem. Historic Bethabara Park will Celebrate America’s Independence with a day of music, food and entertainment. Events for the day will include Uncle Sam on Stilts, a falconry demonstration, wagon rides, colonial trade demonstrations and more. When: 10 a.m. Where: Historic Bethabara Park. 2147 Bethabara Rd., Winston-Salem. More: Free event.

SATURDAY

27 LAST SATURDAY SMOKEOUT

What: A summer series to remember. Each month this spring and summer, we will host a smoker’s event for the aficionado or the person interested in trying the hobby. This month (March) features Salem Cigar Factory with the handmade cigar roller joining us. Ticket prices are $20 in advance, and include a complimentary cigar. When: 3 p.m. Where: Churchill’s on Elm, 213 South Elm Street, Greensboro. More: $20 admission.

SATURDAY

27 BODYBUILDING CHAMPIONSHIP

What: The 23rd Annual Natural Atlantic Coast WNBF (World Natural Bodybuilding Federation) Pro-Qualifier in Greensboro. Promoter Damian Fisher/Renaissance Fitness has chosen UNCGS Aycock Auditorium for the Carolina’s longest running, fully drug-tested bodybuilding competition where Competitors face various categories. When: All day. Where: Aycock Auditorium, 408 Tate Street, Greensboro. More: $20-$65 admission.

SUNDAY

28 DAWSON’S DREAM

What: Fundraiser for the Baptist Children’s Home. Magic, food, games, bounce house, and live music. Music Schedule 12:30 – 2:00 – Khiana Meyer | 2:15 – 4:00 – Seth Williams Mulehide | 4:15 – 6:00 – Highland North Band School Of The Arts | 6:15 – 7:30 – BloodWater Band. Fun for the whole family. Funds designated to the Mills Home in Thomasville, NC. Sponsored by Modern Day Ministries and Potent Potables. When: 12 p.m. Where: Potent Potables, 115 E. Main Street, Jamestown. More: Free event.

SUNDAY

28 HARBOR HOPE

What: A new play by Debra Kaufman. A young social worker tries to befriend her client, a woman being abused by her husband. Losing the boundary between professional behavior and her own needs, she soon finds herself in over her head. Recommended for mature audience. When: 2 p.m.  Where: Common Ground Theatre, 4815 Hillsborough Road, Durham. More: $13 admission.

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