This week’s Found Objects leads off with a film at UNCG’s Weatherspoon Art Museum: Play Again, part of WAM’s Sustainability Series, follows six teenagers who spend up to 15 hours a day online as they tackle their first wilderness adventure. Showtime is at 6:30 p.m. and the event is free and open to the public.
Artworks Gallery in Greensboro runs its group exhibit Go Postal, featuring worls related to the broad postal theme, through Saturday.
On Saturday, Barnhill’s Books & Wine features two readings by local authors. The first, at 11 a.m., features Diane K. Dean, author of From Ordinary to Extraordinary: A Personal Journey Through Financial Strategies. Then Maria McCutcheon reads from her book It’s All In Your Head.
Also on Saturday, the North Carolina FIRST Lego League holds its state championship at the Corbett Sports Center at NC A&T University. The event, produced by the A&T Office of University Outreach, features teams of up to 10 players, ages 9-14, who build and control robots and solve engineering problems using Germany’s most famous exported toy. This year’s championship theme is Food Factor Challenge, which tasks teams to figure out ways to keep food safe. The event begins at 12:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public. An introductory tour will be held before the event at 10 a,m, for students interested in participating in the program. To reserve a seat call Shayla Sharpe at 336.273.5575.
Costumed interpreters at the High Point Museum this weekend make butter and homemade bread in the Hoggatt House until 4 p.m.
The Carolina Chamber Symphony Players present Winter Musing at Knollwood Baptist Church in Winston- Salem on Sunday art 7 p.m. Admission is free, but reservations are recommended and can be ad by calling 336.725.1343.
Then on Tuesday, Greensboro’s Center for Visual Arts Kidstudio: Min Masters classes continue with drawing. Classes run Tuesday through Thursday, with staggered pricing. Tickets can be purchased by calling 336.333.7475.