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THURSDAY

24 TASTE OF GREENSBORO

WHAT: Enjoy diverse cuisines prepared by Josephines Kitchen, Cafe Pasta, and Bandito Burrito food truck. WineStyles Greensboro will provide a great selection of wine and beer. The event is designed to showcase the very best in the food and beverage industry. A free movie screening will follow the food event. WHEN: 4:30 p.m. WHERE: Heritage Greens. 801 W. Meadowood St., Greensboro. MORE: Free event.

THURSDAY

24 BEACH MUSIC BLAST

WHAT: Join us for our 7th annual Beach Music Blast. Music Gates open at 5:30. Food trucks will be on site. Sept. 24 – Band of Oz. Bring a blanket or lawn chair. No coolers or pets please. WHEN: 5:30 p.m. WHERE: Mendenhall Transportation Terminal. 220 E. Commerce St., High Point. MORE: $7 admission.

FRIDAY

25 DAY OUT WITH THOMAS 2015

WHAT: All aboard for the biggest and best Thomas & Friends celebration to date! Little engineers everywhere are invited to celebrate with Thomas when the #1 Engine and his best friend Percy pull into the N.C. Transportation Museum for Day Out with Thomas: The Celebration Tour 2015. WHEN: 8 a.m. WHERE: North Carolina Transportation Museum. 411 South Salisbury Avenue, Spencer. MORE: $22-$34 admission.

SATURDAY

26 CENTRAL NC MUSIC SEMINAR

WHAT: Invited are all singers, musicians, song-writers, authors, screen writers, managers, promoters, studio owners, engineers, film makers, actors, agents, shop owners etc. to come out, learn some valuable information and get to know the creative talent residing here in Central North Carolina. WHEN: 8 a.m. WHERE: International Civil Rights Center and Museum. 134 South Elm Street,  Greensboro. MORE: $100 tickets.

SATURDAY

26 FIESTA

WHAT: Organized by the Hispanic League, Fiesta is the annual FREE street festival which has become a downtown tradition in Winston-Salem and is the biggest fundraiser for the Hispanic League. All the funds raised from the FIESTA sponsors, vendors, and donations support cultural, health, education, and college scholarship programs for the Hispanic/Latino community year.

WHEN: 12 p.m. WHERE: Downtown Winston-Salem. 4th St. Winston-Salem, NC. MORE: Free event.

SATURDAY

26 TATE STREET FESTIVAL

WHAT: Music, Arts, Crafts, Food and MORE! Saturday, Sept 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! With the help of several generous sponsors, the festival remains FREE TO THE PUBLIC! WHEN: 1 p.m. WHERE: Sister’s Jewelry and Gifts. 320 Tate Street, Greensboro. MORE: Free event.

SATURDAY

26 AWAKENING MUSIC FESTIVAL

WHAT: The inaugural Awakening Music Festival: Sing Your Heart, Loudly will be held at Downtown Winston-Salems BB&T Ballpark, home of the Winston-Salem Dash baseball team. The two-day Awakening Music Festival will feature a diverse line-up of Christian music performers co-headlined by Kirk Franklin and MercyMe on Saturday WHEN: 4 p.m. WHERE: BB&T Ballpark. 951 Ballpark Way, Winston-Salem. MORE: $25-$75 admission. 336-331-3740

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SUNDAY

ARTSFEST

WHAT: An impressive line-up of music and performances from some of our cities talent will entertain all day in the gazebo. There will be food vendors and a childrens art activity area where they can make their own art to take home. Door prizes donated by the artists and local businesses are given throughout the day. Come and experience art among the artistry of nature! WHEN: 11 a.m. WHERE: Grace Court. 931 West Fourth Street, Winston-Salem. MORE: Free.

27 30+ FESTIVAL

WHAT: The 30 + Festival will celebrate the founding of studios on 6th and Trade Streets during the early 1980’s by a handful of artists and guided by visionary artist Ron Propst and wife Tamara Propst. The 30+ Stage located in the intersection of 6th and Trade featuring headliner The Devon Allman Band, son of legendary bluesman, Gregg Allman. WHEN: 12 p.m. WHERE: Downtown Arts District Association. Trade Street, Winston-Salem.MORE: Free event.

SUNDAY 27 LIVING ART BODYPAINTING COMPETITION

WHAT: Back by popular demand! Bodypainting, the art form thats sweeping the planet! Starting at 2 p.m., the public may watch the artists and models for the last two hours of painting. The runway show will start at 6:30 pm. Mature audiences only. WHEN: 2 p.m. WHERE: Revolution Mill Studio. 1200 Revolution Mill Dr., Greensboro. MORE: $15 ticket for runway pass. $35 for an all-day pass. $75 VIP pass.

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