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An evening with weenMillennium Center; 101 W. Fifth St., Winston-Salem; 336.723.3700www.mcenterevents.com; 9 p.m.; $26 adv./$30 day of show 07WEDevery day something cool. by Erica KatzAlt-rockers DeAn AnD Gene Ween — Also knoWn As the unrelAteD Duoof Mickey MelchionDo AnD AAron freeMAn — AppeAr toniGht At theMillenniuM center. the bAnD forMeD in pennsylvAniA in 1984 When thetWo Met in An eiGhth GrADe typinG clAss. Ween hAs GAineD A lArGeunDerGrounD fAn bAse AnD is currently tourinG the country. ADvAncetickets Are AvAilAble At WWW.etix.coM or by phone At 919.967.9053.Thur., April 8EnvironmEntal moviEnight: No Impact maNTemple Emanuel; 201 OakwoodDrive, Winston-Salem;336.722.6640; www.templemanuel.com; 7 p.m.; FREEIt’s the third installment ofTemple Emanuel’s environmentalmovie night. No Impact Man is adocumentary about a year in thelife of Colin Beavan and his family.They give up coffee, electricity,takeout, toilet paper, motorizedtransportation and much more inan attempt to exist in New YorkCity without leaving any sort ofcarbon footprint. All are welcomeand refreshments will be provided.Fri., April 9SpaghEtti dinnErChrist United MethodistChurch; 410 N. Holden Road,Greensboro; 336.299-1571;www.christgreensboro.org;5:30 p.m.; $7The Senior Wheels MedicalTransportation program of SeniorResources of Guilford is holdingits eighth annual spaghetti dinnertonight. They provide rides to nonemergencymedical appointmentsfor senior adults. The volunteerdrivers provide transportationto more than 200 residents inGreensboro and High Point. Doorprizes will be given away and theevening promises to be fun for theentire family. Entertainment willalso be provided by the UNCGSpartones, the university’s men’sa capella chorus. For tickets andmore information call Sarah BethWynne at 336.373.4816 ext. 248.Sat., April 10oyStEr roaStLiberty Steakhouse & Brewery;914 Mall Loop Road, HighPoint; 336.882.4677; www.libertysteakhouseandbrewery.com; 1 p.m.; $5 to $10You won’t want to miss thischance for great food and entertainmentat Liberty Steakhouse& Brewery’s oyster roast! $5 foroysters by the half dozen. $10for oysters by the dozen. Livemusic will be provided by Benjiand Johnny. The event lasts until4 p.m. and all proceeds willbenefit the Arc of High Point,an organization comprised ofparents, educators, professionals,community citizens and peoplewith developmental disabilitieswho are working toward a commongoal of improving the wellbeingof persons with developmentaldisabilities through advocacy,research and education.Sun., April 11CraftSmEn’S ClaSSiC artS& CraftS fEStivalSpecial Events Center atthe Greensboro Coliseum;1921 W. Lee St., Greensboro;336.373.7474; www.greensborocoliseum.com; 11 a.m.; $7Today is your last chance tocatch the Craftsmen’s Classic.More than 275 artists and craftsmenwill have their work on display.Some will even demonstratetheir techniques to the crowd sothat the creative processes canbe seen in action. There will be ahuge variety of artistic styles soeverybody is sure to find somethingthey’ll like. Tickets will beon sale at the door. Adults are $7and children are $1. Kids underage 6 are free. Visit the coliseumwebsite for more information.Mon., April 12maStErS of thE CEltiCharp ConCErtPenn-Griffin School for theArts; 825 E. Washington Drive,High Point; 336.819.2870; www.harpagency.com/artist1.htm; 7p.m.; $5Gráinne Hambly and WilliamJackson, two of the best harpplayers of Ireland and Scotland,join together for a concert atPenn-Griffin School for the Arts.The two have been touring thecountry dazzling audiences andtonight you can be impressed aswell. Not only will they makebeautiful music with the harp,you will get to hear them playother cool instruments, such asthe concertina, tin whistle andbouzouki. Tickets will be sold atthe door. For group tickets contactMike Connors in advance ata7string@aol.com.Tues., April 13david grEgory lECturEWar Memorial Auditorium;1921 W. Lee St., Greensboro;336.373.7474; www.greensborocoliseum.com; 7:30 p.m.;$35As part of Guilford College’sBryan lecture series, DavidGregory will make an appearancein Greensboro. He’ll give a talkentitled “A View from Washington.”David Gregory has beenmoderator of NBC News’ Sundaymorning talk show Meet thePress. He served as White Housecorrespondent during George W.Bush’s presidency and has sharedan Emmy Award with others forcoverage of President Reagan’sdeath. Tickets for this event areavailable at the Coliseum box office,www.ticketmaster.com andby phone at 1.800.745.3000.Wed., April 14thE Wailin’ JEnnySDana Auditorium at GuilfordCollege; 5800 W. Friendly Ave.,Greensboro; 336.316.2852;www.thewailinjennys.com;7:30 p.m.; $25 to $35The Wailin’ Jennys are ontour and have stopped the busin Greensboro! They are aCanadian folk trio consistingof soprano Ruth Moody, mezzoNicky Mehta, alto HeatherMasse and recently, fiddler andmandolinist Jeremy Penner. Theyhave released several albums,including 2006’s Firecracker,which made it to the No. 2spot on the Billboard Bluegrasscharts. Visit www.ticketmaster.com to get your tickets beforeit’s too late!

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