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art.

Dec. 2. – Jan. 4. The Cosmic Cow Society Art Show & Public Art Talk Series. First Art Talk is December 12, 7-8:30p.m. All events are free and open to the public at the Maya Gallery (340 Tate Street GSO)

Mondays. Acrylic painting classes for beginners to advanced, 3-5 pm. Learn, create and have fun! The Marshall Art Gallery is located at the Village at North Elm Shopping Center next to the Chop House Grille. $20 per two-hour class. Tracey Marshall, 336.545.8268.

food & drink.

Dec. 12. 1-5p.m. Holiday Open House at Ray- Len Vineyards & Winery. Sample the wines with a complimentary Flight tasting. Make reservations online at www.raylenvineyards.com 336.998.3100 (3577 US Hwy 158 Mocksville)

Dec. 13,21,22. 4-6p.m. Taste of The Holidays at Earth Fare, join us in our deli department as we sample all the delicious fresh made options for your Holiday meal. You can try everything from our standing rib, roast, and deli sides to delicious cheeses and pies perfect for entertaining. Relax & spend time with your family while we do the cooking. Free. 336.369.0190 (2965 Battleground Avenue GSO)

Dec. 17. 6:30p.m. Vegan Cooking Class Featuring Holiday Fare. Free event at Earth Fare. 336.369.0190 (2965 Battleground Avenue GSO)

festivals.

Dec. 19. 5-10p.m. Free Wine Tasting at Caffe Prada. Wines from around the world are being poured courtesy of the NC Country Vinter. For more information www.caffeprada.com 336.793.2468 (390 North Broad Street W-S)

Dec. 26. 9:30p.m. The Holiday Soiree at LJVM. A celebration and a Winston-Salem Reunion- Homecoming Event, bringing together old friends & locals. $20. 336.793.0157 www.theholidaysoiree.com (2825 University Parkway W-S)

music.

Dec. 13. 8p.m. Triad Pride Men’s Chorus will present its 10th Anniversary Holiday Concert at Greensboro Day School’s Sloan Theater (5401 Lawndale Dr. GSO) Dec. 13th at UNC School of The Arts, Watson Chamber Music Hall (1533 S. Main St W-S) Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door. Purchase tickets online at www.triadpridemenschorus.org or 336.589.6267

Dec. 12. 8p.m. Powerpop Quintet Sin Tax & Funk-Fusion Trio Butter, perform at The Green Bean. Music, friends, Christmas tunes. FREE! (341 South Elm Street GSO)

Dec. 15. 8p.m. Melissia Reaves Hollydaze Concert at The Garage. An evening of holiday music featur-

ing songs from her just released Holiday Music CD, including some classic Christmas blues, soul & reggae songs. Cost $7. For more information 336.777.1127 www.the-garage.ws (110 West 7th Street W-S)

Dec. 19. 6p.m. Live Christian Music at Coffee Connect. Chirstmas music performed by Kernersville Senior Idol, Mike J. Barom. Free. 336.497.4701 www.coffeeconnectcoffeeshop.com (1405 East Hwy 66 South KSV)

dance.

Dec. 11. 7p.m. Dancin’ On Broadway: A Song & Dance Revue at Gateway Gallery. Program will feature the Enrichment Center Performance Company & Percussion Ensemble. Reception and sale of holiday gift’s created by the Center’s artisits will follow.Limited seating. For more information call 336.777.0076 ext. 238 skneppelt@enrichmentarc.org www.enrichmentcenter.org (1006 S. Marshall Street W-S)

Now-December. 6:30p.m. Line Dancing at the Korner Lounge, learn the latest line dances and new ones! Great form of exercise. Dress comfortably and come prepared to have fun! November 11& 18, Decemeber 2, 9, & 16. Adults Only. $10 perperson. 1001 Burke St. For more information: 336.499.2042 or endfinite@gmail.com)

new age.

Dec. 11. 12p.m. Step Out of Pain Using the Rossiter System. Free seminar on Natural Pain Relief with Kathy Howard at Earth Fare. 336.369.0190 (2965 Battleground Avenue GSO)

Dec. 15. 6:30p.m. Getting To Know Your Body, Free Alternative Medicine Seminar with Dr. Allison Scott at Earth Fare. 336.369.0190 (2965 Battleground Avenue GSO)

Reiki II Certification at Light Touch, 301-F State Street, Greensboro, N.C. 27408. Reiki II teaches you three sacred Reiki symbols for distance or conceptual healing, protection, deep emotional healing, and more. Prerequisite is Reiki I. Reiki II is a wonderful way to raise your vibration and consciousness, increase your connection with the universe, deepen your healing and ability to heal others! You will receive multiple attunements, a personal manual, and additional meditation techniques. This is a three week class. Wednesdays, December 3,10, & 17th from 6:30-8:30pm fee $100.00 for the certification for more information or to register: Holly Wheatly, Reiki Master Teacher http://www.triadlighttouch.com 336.207.8773

stage.

Now – Dec. 20. Triad Stage Presents The Santaland Diaries: A Big Kids Holiday Event. Welcome back the quintessential elf gone bad in this hilarious antidote for holiday havoc. Show hours vary depending on date. Tickets are $18, doors open one hour early for bar service. Performed in The UpStage Cabaret at the Pyrle Theater, 232 South Elm Street GSO. For tickets 336.272.0160 or 866.579.TIXX, www.triadstage.org

Now – Dec. 21. Triad Stage presents Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity. Bringing the Christmas story to life in an Application setting with down home laughter, toe tapping music and a tug at the heart. Ticket prices and show times vary depending on date and seat location. Call 336.272.0160 or 866.579.TIXX or visit www. triadstage,org. All performances are located at Triad Stage, at The Pyrle Theatre, 232 South Elm Street.

Dec. 6-14. 2p.m. The Nutcracker presented by UNC School of the Arts with live music by the Winston- Salem Symphony at the Stevens Center. Tickets are available at the UNCSA Box Office, Stevens Center, on Campus at Watson Hall, online at www.uncsa.edu or by phone 336.721.1945 (405 W. Fourth Street W-S)

Dec. 13 & 20. 1:30p.m. “A Holiday Pause with Mrs. Claus” presented by Theatre Alliance. Storytelling by Mrs. Claus, along with a sing-along, milk & cookies, a surprise visit from a jolly fellow. Option for a souvenir digital photo you can e-mail to your family & friends. $7 without photo, $10 with photo. Call for reservations 336.723.7777 (1047 Northwest Boulevard W-S)

Dec. 18. 8p.m. Awake The White & Wint’ry Queen Holiday concert at the Millennuim Center. A unique holiday performance with musicians and dancers who bring you story of the seasons turning on Winter Solstice. $20 adults, $5 Children, $10 Seniors, $12 students. For more information 336.634.0108 scottfray@aol.com www.livingbrush. com/wintershow (Corner of 5th & Trade Street W-S)

kids/teens.

Dec. 12. 3p.m. Children’s Festival of Giving and Light at Reynolda House Muesum. Free event. For more infomation 336.758.5150 bhoover@wfu.edu www.reynoldahouse.org (2250 Reynolda Road W-S)

Dec. 13. 11a.m. Story time, Meet & greet with Clifford the Big Red Dog. Here’s your chance to visit with one of your favorite characters. $7 if not a member of Children’s Museum. Call 336.723.9111 (390 South Liberty Street W-S)

Dec. 14. 2-5p.m. Holidays Around The World at the Children’s Museum. Many cultures celebrate special holidays during December. Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, and more. Join us for displays,crafts, stories, and special commermorations. Cost: $7 with out membership. 336.723.9111 (390 South Liberty Street W-S)

sports.

Jan. 2&3. 7:30p.m. Monster Truck Winter Nationals & Thrill Show. Pit Party begins at 6:30pm. For ticket information or other info visit www.ticketmaster.com or www.ljvm.com

Join Out Burlington at the Country Club Lanes West and bowl the night away on Wednesday Nights. It’s GLBT Night Out. Starts at 6p.m. For more call Eddie @ 336.350.0240 or email us at: outburlington@hotmail.com or call Country Club Lanes at 336.524.9990.

animals.

All-a-flutter Butterfly Farm. 7850 Clinard Farms Rd., High Point. View monarch butterflies up close. Family Days Saturday 10 a.m. beginning April 12. Tour

includes a presentation and monarch butterfly viewing. Children $4, Adults $5. Questions 336.454.5651.

etc.

Now-Dec. 17. 9:30a.m. -2:30p.m. Strategies for Success, a 40-hour program offering pre-employment training. Classes are held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Workshops include: Self Esteem, Budgeting, Transferable Skills, Identifying Career Goals, Networking, Resume Building, Interviewing & Researching Companies. High school diploma required, register before November 20. For More Information Contact:Susan Ball 336.275.6090 ext. 223 at Women’s Resource Center. (628 Summit Avenue GSO)

Dec. 10. 6:30p.m. Getting Ready for Your New Years Resolution Free Talk by Dr. Hakeem. 336.369.0190 (2965 Battleground Avenue GSO)

Dec. 10. 7p.m. The Triad Photography Group will hold its monthly metting on Wednesday in the Jamestown Public Library. Join us for member presentation of member images from 2008. $2 donataion. (200 West Main Street JST)

Dec. 12. 5:30p.m. Gallery Talk at Reynolda House Museum. Costume curator Ruth Mullen will compare the attire worn by subjects in the current exhibition with those worn by the Reynolds family. Cost $5. For more info: 336.758.5150 parcher@wfu.edu www.reynoldahouse.org (2250 Reynolda Road W-S)

Dec. 13. 5:30 p.m. A Night With The King Benefit Concert at Emmanuel Baptist Church. A benefit concert to generate capital for the purchase of land for the contruction of The Academy of Excellence Christian School, Inc. Cost $10. For more information 336.722.2396 travest_hunt_2000@yahoo.com (1075 Shalimar Drive W-S)

Dec. 13. 10-11:30a.m. Guilford Solar’s December program. A presentation on “Cooling Effectively and Efficiently.” In the Barn Kitchen Meeting Room of the Guilford County Agricultural Center. For more information call 336.375.5876 (3309 Burlington Road GSO)

Dec. 13. 6:30p.m. & Dec. 14. 5p.m. Providence Baptist Church Drama Guild Presents “The Tinker” in the Howard Allen Chubbs Family Enrichment Center with a “March To The Manager” love offering to benefit the children’s home society. Admission is free. For more information contact 336.273.7552. (1106 Tuscalossa Street GSO)

Dec. 13. 9a.m. Looking for that unique gift for that hard to buy for person? Come shop with craft vendors. Vendors will be distributed throughout the Madison-Mayodan Jacees Parade route. For more information contact Beth. 336.427.2946.

Dec. 13. 7a.m. The Winston-Salem Jaycees will be holding their annual Christmas Cheer project at Target on University Parkway. Currently donations are being accepted. Donations for this project are tax deductible and can be made through the Winston- Salem Jaycees Foundation. Jaycees work with the Salvation Army and take 50 underprivileged children shopping for Christmas gifts. Please contact www.wsjaycees.org for more information. 223 North Spring Street, Unit A Winston-Salem 336-777-3663.

Dec. 14. 7-11p.m. Piedmont Triad Singles Christmas Dance Party at George K’s. Dress to impress. D.J. playing 7o’s, 80’s, Beach & Swing. Cost $12. For more information www.peidmonttriadsingles.com peggy15311@bellsouth.net (2108 Cedar Fork Drive GSO)

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