Eight Things to do This Weekend

by Rebecca Harrelson

What: Sunset Flicks

When: Sunset Flicks schedule is as follows: 7/19- Dirty Dancing; 8/16 – Mr Destiny; 9/20 – Raiders of the Lost Ark; 9/27 – Back to the Future; and 10/18 – Ghostbusters.

Where: Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts- 251 North Spruce Street , Winston-Salem NC

Sunset Flicks,a free film and food festival, featuring classic movies, live music and a bevy of food trucks including Taqueria Luciano’s, Camel City Grill, Food Freaks, Mike and Mike’s Italian Ices, and Ds Cakes in a Cup. Sunset Flicks is in its second year and is expanding its offerings to include dancing, a costume/ photo booth and a scavenger hunt. In addition, attendees will receive a Sunset Flicks “passport.” Persons who attend all of the Sunset Flicks films and get their passports stamped will be put in a drawing for a framed Sunset Flicks poster, signed by the artist- Matthew Grady.

What: Recreation Fun Night – ages 21+

When: Every Thursday starting July 9th

Where: Special Populations/Special Olympics- 136 Northpoint Avenue , High Point NC

A recreational program for those with disabilities and their families and friends to participate in a variety of sports and leisure activities. Activities may include kickball, water aerobics, basketball, corn hole and other sports. Program will be held at High Point City Lake Park in Jamestown, NC.

What: “Glimpses of High Point during the Civil War” Exhibit

When: Everyday in July

Where: High Point Museum, 1859 E. Lexington Avenue , High Point NC

To mark the 150th anniversary of the ending of the Civil War, the High Point Museum has a new exhibit – “Glimpses of High Point during the Civil War.” It features register books from the Barbee Hotel, which served as a hospital, and letters from Camp Fisher. Information on Laura Wesson, who worked as a nurse at the Barbee Hotel, and Rev. Daniel Brooks, African American who was free and enlisted in the confederate army and was awarded the Southern Cross of Honor, will be included. It also will contain photos, maps and a slideshow featuring images from UNC-Chapel Hill, N.C. State Archives and the Library of Congress.Admission: Free

What: Homegrown Artisan Market

When: Sunday, July 26-at 2:00pm – 8:00pm

Where: The Blind Tiger- 1819 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, North Carolina 27403

A place for local artists and craftspeople to hustle their wares in a great space. We will have live music, food trucks and the bar will be operating so you can drink and eat and shop and dance!

What: MAD ALCHEMY presents Lee Gallagher & the Hallelujah w/ JUJUGURU @ the Blind Tiger

When: Sunday, July 26-at 9:00pm

Where: The Blind Tiger- 1819 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, North Carolina 27403

Mad Alchemy is an analog liquid light show in the great San Francisco tradition of Bill Hamm, Glen Mckay and Brotherhood of Light from the heyday of the Bay’s psychedelic ballrooms. Principal Lance Gordon has been involved with this art form since 1971 and learned the essence of liquid projections from a former member of the Brotherhood of Light at 17. With a team of 3 to 4 people, Mad Alchemy typically blends 6 to 9 projections (all overhead), together creating a dramatic montage of color always moving and changing

Having recently been named one of the Top 5 Best Up-and-Coming Bay area bands of 2014 by CBS and most recently one of 5 bands to watch in 2015 by Relix magazine, Lee Gallagher and the Hallelujah have clearly made a mark in their short time together since forming in mid-2013.

Based in San Francisco but comprised of Midwestern and Southern transplants with a devotion to honest roots based American music, they weave a sonic tapestry framed by wailing guitars, churning organ, and more than a slight nod to the southern gospel music of their past. The band has garnered buzz for their live shows which transform traditional music venues into sweaty, hip-shaking, psychedelic tent revivals.

Based out of Burlington, NC, JuJuGuru is a power duo like no other before them. They create a sound as if they were a 4 piece band.Forming in 2010, they have toured from Ohio to Alabama and have opened for many acts such as: Eric Gales, Moon Taxi, Lightnin’ Malcom & Cameron Kimbrough, Big Something, and have performed at many music festivals.Their soulful sound yearns to bring back an era when rock was neither too hard or too soft, but raw and full of foot stomping energy.

What: State Champs w/ Hit The Lights, Tiny Moving Parts, Let It Happen, Northbound

When: July 28th Doors at 6, Show at 7

Where: Greene Street- 113 N. Greene Street

$13 Adv

$15 Day Of

All Ages

What: Dinner with a Side of Culture

When: Wednesday, July 29-at 7:00pm

Where: The Artist Bloc LLC

1020 West Gate City Blvd, Greensboro, North Carolina 27403

What: Jonathan Brilliant Installation (worth seeing!)

When: Anytime until August 26th

Where: GreenHill Gallery- 200 N Davie St, Greensboro, North Carolina 27401