Greensboro Grasshoppers Family Day Opening Series

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Greensboro Grasshoppers Family Day Opening Series

NewBridge Bank Park; 408 Bellemeade St., Greensboro; 336.268.2255; www.; 4-7 p.m.; $6 It’s that time of year again. Nights are getting warmer, and the smells of hot dogs and peanuts fill the air. Start the season early and attend this initial series opening night run while the Grasshoppers take on the Lexington Legends.

Wed., Apr 4

Visit the Easter Bunny Hanes Mall; 3320 Silas Creek Parkway, Winston-Salem; 336.765.8321; www.; 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; FREE

The Easter Bunny has arrived at Hanes Mall, which marks the start of the spring season. The Easter Bunny is located at the Lower Level Belk Court.

Thur., Apr 5

North Carolina Schools of Longrifles: The Golden Age High Point Museum; 1859 E. Lexington Ave., High Point; 336.885.1859; www. highpointmuseum. org; 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.;

This is the first ever exhibit featuring all nine Longrifle Schools of North Carolina. Journey through North Carolina history and explore an original and highly decorative art form and one of our earliest industries. The exhibit features some of the best examples of the nine Longrifle Schools of North Carolina.

Fri., Apr 6

Hands to Threads: Tying Craft and Community Together Civic Threads; 527 S. Elm St., Greensboro; 336.833.5857; www.; 6-10 p.m.; FREE

A collaboration between the Hand to Hand Market and Civic Threads, will be an unveiling of a diverse collection of handmade items and fine art that have been carefully curated from local and regional artists exclusively available at Civic Threads.

Sat., Apr 7

Roller Derby Bout: A Tale of Two Cities Greensboro Sportsplex; 2400 16th St., Greensboro;; 7 p.m.; $10

The Camel City Thrashers are hosting their second bout of the season against the Star City Rollergirls. There will be a live DJ and announcer, as well as a half-time performance by local punk rockers the Radio Reds. Both teams will have merchandise for sale, and Derby City Skates will be selling roller derby equipment. There will also be representatives and athletes from the Special Olympics there to build awareness for the Spread the Word to End the “R” Word campaign.

Mon., Apr 9

Whole Foods Market Pre-Opening Tour Whole Foods; 3202 W. Friendly Ave., Greensboro; www.greensboro.wholefoodsrsvp. com; $5 donation

Whole Foods Market will offer an early look at its newest North Carolina store, nestled right in the heart of Friendly Center. For a $5 donation to Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina or Piedmont Land Conservancy, eager customers can take a tour of the new store.

Tues., Apr 10

Steal the Pint Old Winston Social Club; 1131 Burke St., Winston-Salem; 336.723.0060; www. oldwinstonsocialclub. com; 4-10 p.m.; FREE to attend/$ to drink.

Join in for steal the pint night every Tuesday at the Old Winston Social Club. There will be one brewery featured each week. For every specialty pint you purchase, you get to keep the special glass from the featured Brewery. This week’s featured Brewery is Baltimore, Md. Heavy Seas Brewery.

Wed., Apr 11

Tongues of Fire Triad Upstage Cabaret; 232 S. Elm St., Greensboro; 336.272.0160; www.; 8:00 p.m.; $15

Touring Theatre of North Carolina is proud to announce the second production in its Kinfolk Series, a collection of sometimes humorous, always profound, stories about families drawn from some of the finest in Southern literature.

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