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WINSTON-SALEM LIGHT PROJECT Downtown Winston-Salem; 336.287.7126; lightproject.org; 7 p.m.; FREE
The Winston-Salem Light Project is a massive artistic undertaking using the downtown cityscape as a canvas. Using light, images, video and more, UNC School of the Arts seniors invite us to re-imagine the district, its buildings, open spaces and streets. Thurs., Nov. 18’ ULTIMATE HARRY POTTERPREMIERE PARTYCarousel Luxury Cinemas;1305 Battleground Ave.,Greensboro; 336.230.1732;www.CarouselBattleground.com; midnight; FREE withregular ticketHarry Potter and the DeathlyHallows Part One premierestonight with a big party at theCarousel. The theater lobbywill be transformedinto Hogwarts andDiagon Alley,from the booksseries, andfestivitiesinclude butterbeer, a costumecontest, games,prizes ad giveaways.A portionof the proceeds goes toReading Connections, to helpfoster literacy in Guilford County. Fri., Nov. 19 TROUT FISHINGLake Higgins Watershed Park,Greensboro; 336.373.3739;www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure;$1, $3.75/poundBeginning today, the TaylorTurner Hatchery Pond at LakeHiggins Watershed Park will beopen for trout fi shing for anglersof all ages. No license is required.According to a city press release,“All fi sh caught must be weighedand kept. This is not a catch andrelease fi shing opportunity.” Theseason runs through March. Sat., Nov. 20 NATIONAL ADOPTION DAYCARNIVALGreensboro Children’sMuseum; 220 N. Church St.,Greensboro; 336.574.2898;www.gcmuseum.com; 10a.m.; FREEAnyone interestedin adopting a childshould come out tothe GreensboroChildren’sMuseum todayto fi nd outmore aboutsharing a familywith a kid whoneeds one. The dayincludes workshops,lectures and seminars. Sun., Nov. 21 TOY, HOBBY ANDSPORTSCARD SHOWGreensboro Coliseum; www.greensborocoliseum.com; 10a.m.; $6, kids FREEMore than 180 dealers at375 merch tables will showcaseantique and modern toys, cardsand collectibles all weekend longat the coliseum’s Toy, Hobby andSportscard show. Bring your ownwares and sell them for cash. Mon., Nov. 22 BODIES REVEALEDNatural Science Centerof Greensboro; 4301Lawndale Drive, Greensboro;336.288.3769; www.bodiesgreensboro.com; 9 a.m.; $21,$12 membersThe BodiesRevealed exhibitfeatures dozensof actualhuman bodiesand parts preservedthroughrubberizationto reveal theinner workings ofour muscular, nervousand vascular systems. It’san astounding experience that,according to as press release,“will enlighten, empower andinspire.” It runs through March 6. Tues., Nov. 23 FORSYTH AUDUBONSOCIETY CHAPTER MEETINGBethabara Park, Winston-Salem; 336.727.0734; www.forsythaudubon.org; 7 p.m.;FREEKen Bridle, StewardshipDirector for Piedmont LandConservancy, updates the societyon land preservation activities.Monthly meetings of AudubonSociety of Forsyth County arefree and open to the public Wed., Nov. 24 RIDE FOR COURAGE POLARBEAR TATTOO CAMPAIGNTattoo Archive; 618 W. 4th St.,Winston-Salem; 336.760.9983;www.gopolar.org; noonTattoo Archive hosts the RideFor Courage polar beartattoo fundraiser; topby and get yourpolar bear tattooand 25 percentof the cost willgo to CancerServices — orget a free temporarytattoo to showyour support. Thefundraiser runs throughDec. 31.