Fri., June 25
SuperJam Greensboro Coliseum; 1921 W. Lee St., Greensboro 800.745.3000; www.102jamz.com; 7:30 p.m.; $10 to $30 This year’s Super Jam will feature performances by Ludacris, Waka Flocka Flame, Bob, Plies, Roscoe Dash, Party Boys, Sean Garrett and Cali Swag District. Tickets start at just $10! 102 JAMZ will be hosting a block party in the Coliseum’s Special Events Center at 3 p.m. If you’ve got a concert ticket you’re in free to the block party. Don’t miss the excitement as these top 2010 acts hit the stage!
Wed., June 23 KoKo Karate & the KungFu Kittens Brown Building Theatre;402 Tate St., Greensboro;336.334.4392; www.uncg.edu/the; 10 a.m. & 1 p.m.; $5to $7If you haven’t already seenthe show KoKo Karate &the Kung Fu Kittens, today’sthe day! It’s a one-hour familyfriendly musical featuringKoKo, the loveable orangutanand his sidekicks, the KungFu Kittens. Tickets are $7 foradults, $6 for seniors, studentsand children and $5 for groupsof 10 or more. Performances areat 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on June24, 25, 29, 30, July 1, 2 and at 1p.m. on June 26 and July 3. Thurs., June 24 Leo Rucker auction Gallery of the Arts; 411W. 4th St., Winston-Salem;336.793.8000; www.communityartscafe.com; 11 a.m.; BidsLocal artist Leo Rucker willbe auctioning off his entire catalogof works at the CommunityArts Caf’’s Gallery of Arts.Starting at 11 a.m. and continuingthroughout the day, bidsmay be placed for the silentauction. A reception will be heldfrom 6 to 8 p.m., during whichthere will be a live auction fora few of Rucker’s most prizedworks. Come out and support alocal artist and take home yourvery own original Leo Ruckerpainting. Sat., June 26 2010Harley’s Heros Tour Harley-Davidson ofGreensboro;538 FarragutSt., Greensboro;336.273.1101; www.hdofgreensboro.com; 9 a.m.;FREEToday the 2010 Harley’sHeroes’ Tour will be at Harley-Davidson of Greensboro. Amotorcycle ride to the VietnamMemorial in Thomasville willbe held. From 12 to 2:30 p.m.there will be a post ride fundraiserevent to help provide localveterans with free counselingand assistance with their governmentbenefits. It will include acomplimentary lunch for ridersand veterans. Harley-Davidsonof Greensboro will also be offeringmilitary veterans $50 offtheir next scheduled maintenanceservice and a free bike wash bybooking it today. Sun., June 27 Summer decoratingseminar Replacements, Ltd.; 1089Knox Road, McLeansville;336.697.3000; www.replacements.com; 3 p.m. FREEReplacements, Ltd. is theworld’s largest supplier of oldand new china, crystal, silverand collectibles. This afternoonthey’re holding a free decoratingseminar! In this hour longsession learn how toreally impress yourguests. DubravkaVujinovicwill help youdevelop yourown uniquedecoratingstyle usingthings youalready have athome. Call the numberlisted above to register.Space is limited! Mon., June 28 Marketing your art Associated Artists ofWinston-Salem; 301 W.4th St., Winston-Salem;336.722.0340; www.associatedartists.org; 3 p.m.; $15to $20Are you an artist who isstruggling to get your workout there? If so, you’ll want tobe at the Associated Artists ofWinston-Salem this afternoon.Cityofthearts.com, professionalartist PatSpainhour andWinston-SalemMonthly magazineeditorEmily SarahLinebackwill be givinga two-hourpresentation forvisual artists thatwill include informationabout marketing your artwork,gaining exposure and findingcultural opportunities in ourcommunity. The cost is $15 forAAWS members and $20 fornon-members. Tues., June 29 Meat day Krankies Coffee; 211 E. 3rd St.,Winston-Salem; 336.722.3016;www.krankiescoffee.com; 10a.m.Today is meat day at theKrankies Farmers Market.Shoppers who buy meat such asbeef, chicken, pork or lamb, willbe entered into the market bagraffle for a chance to win a prize.Krankies Farmers Market exclusivelysells sustainably grownveggies, fruit, meat, eggs, cheese,plants and flowers from localfarmers, as well as locally preparedbread. The market is openevery Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 1p.m. through November. Wed., June 30 Kayak class Lake Brandt; 5945 LakeBrandt Road, Greensboro;336.373.3741; www.greensboro-nc.gov; 5:30 p.m.;$25Now that it’sofficially summer,it’s timeto get out onthe lake! Sowhy not takea kayak classat Lake Brandttonight? It lastsuntil 7:30 p.m. andcost $25 per person. LakeBrandt, Lake Higgins and LakeTownsend also offer other classes,late night kayak paddles, fishingtournaments and special events.Visit the website listed above fora complete schedule of events.