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nov 5

Move Your Money: Credit Union Info Forum

Nussbaum Room, Main Greensboro Library; 219 N Church St., Greensboro; 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. On National Bank Transfer Day, Occupy Greensboro is sponsoring an informational event on credit unions. Learn how credit unions can provide better service and safer management of your money. Tell the big banks, Enough! Move your money and enjoy more financial peace of mind.

Wed., Nov 2

Learn how to dance Salsa

Rev’s Coffee House; 3793 Samet Drive, #130, High Point; 336.339.9715; www. greensborosalsadance.com; 5:30 p.m.; $8

These are group classes for all of you who always wanted to learn how to salsa dance. Experience is not necessary and a partner is not required. See you on the dance floor.

Thu., Nov 3

Robert F. Kennedy Jr

Wait Chapel, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem; www. yadkinriverkeeper. org; 7 p.m.

Presenting “The Green Gold Rush: A Vision for Energy Independence, Jobs and National Wealth.” Free and open to the public, followed by a ticketed reception.

Fri., Nov 4

Weaver Academy Fall Dance Concert

Greensboro Masonic Temple; 426 W. Market St., Greensboro; 336.370.8282; 7 p.m.; $5

The Performing and Visual Arts Academy at Weaver is pleased to present its fall dance concert on Nov. 3 and 4 at 7 p.m. at the Greensboro Masonic Temple. Tickets $5 cash only general admission and sold at the door. The evening will include classical and contemporary dance as well as a reconstruction of Pearl Primus’ Bushasche, a dance from the Bushongo people of Zaire.

Sun., Nov 6

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

a/perture cinema; 311 W. 4th St., Winston- Salem; 336.722.8148; www.aperturecinema. com; 3:30 p.m, 11 p.m.; $5-$8.50

Directed by Peter Bogdanovich, this documentary presents an in-depth look at Tom Petty’s life and career, ranging from his earliest musical influences to the critical and commercial success of his 2006 album Highway Companion. Along the way, the film offers glimpses of Petty’s early bands, his battles with record companies over royalties, record prices, and control of his music, and his relationship with his fellow Heartbreakers.

Mon., Nov 7

Persona: A Body in Parts

Weatherspoon Art Museum; 500 Tate St., UNCG University; Greensboro; 336.334.5770; weatherspoon.uncg.edu; 9 a.m.

Persona: A Body in Parts explores alternate and multiple representations of the self in current visual art. Organized by Weatherspoon Curator of Exhibitions Xandra Eden, the exhibition includes a striking selection of work in which the body, whether the artist’s own or another’s, becomes a plastic surrogate form from which multiple and complex identities are projected. Artists participating in the exhibition include Barbara Probst, Nikki S. Lee, Carter, Kate Gilmore, Nick Cave and Gillian Wearing.

Tue., Nov 8

Waking the T-Rex: The Story of Sue 3-D

Natural Science Center of Greensboro; 4301 Lawndale Drive, Greensboro; www. natsciorg; 2 p.m. $5

This eye-popping adventure takes you back in time to witness Sue, the largest Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton ever discovered, come alive in state-of-the-art 3-D animation! Join scientists as they decipher fossil clues to piece together the lifelong struggles, from nest to death, of this famous T-Rex.

Wed., Nov 9

UniverSoul Circus

Greensboro Coliseum Parking Lot; 1921 W. Lee St., Greensboro; 800.745.3000; www. universoulcircus.com; $12-$28

The 243-year history of the modern circus has been reborn in the form of UniverSoul Circus, recognized for its unique brand of high-energy audience interaction and thrilling artistry. There’s something for everyone to interact with at UniverSoul Circus, recently proclaimed by a youthful online fan as “The Awesomest Show Ever.”

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