November 4. 5:00-7:00 p.m. Lecture discussion on changing interpretations of historic architecture. Green Hill Center for NC Art. 200 N. Davie Street. Greensboro Cultural Center. Free and open to the public. For more information call 336-3337460.

November 3-28. Reception November 6, 7. 7:00- 10:00 p.m. Mary Beth Blackwell-Chapman, Nelida Flatow exhibit. Artworks Gallery, Inc. 564 North Trade Street, Winston-Salem. A two-person exhibit of clay animal sculptures by Mary Beth Blackwell- Chapman, and drawings and paintings by Nelida Otero Flatow. For more information contact Alix Hitchcock at 998-2623.

November 6. First Friday. A free, self-guided tour of Downtown Greensboro’s shops, galleries and alternative arts venues that participate with specially programmed events and extended hours (until 9pm) on the first Friday of every month. For further updates and a downloadable map/guide coming soon, visit the First Friday Web site,

November 7. 4:00-7:00 p.m. Gallery Hall, located at 106 South Main Street, Lexington is happy to announce a show for artist Carolyn M. Henion, a wonderful watercolor artists. Come and meet the artist, view her beautiful new work, sample some outstanding wine, and music, and enjoy your evening. All original, giclee prints, and mini-prints will be for sale. For more information call 248-2878, 425-4576 or visit

November 6. 7:00-10:00 p.m. First Friday Gallery Hop with the Gallery Lofts, Winston-Salem. This event provides a festive atmosphere of visual art, entertainment, music, food and a one-of-a-kind community event. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP with The Gallery (336) 788-7663 or Leo Rucker (336) 399-3679.

November 8. 2:30 p.m. CULTURES UP CLOSE – JAPANESE PRINTMAKING. Museum of Anthropology. Wake Forest University, Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem. This program is intended for elementary school-aged children and an accompanying adult. Reservations and advance payment are required and may be made up to the Friday before the program. Contact MOA at 758-5282 or moa@wfu. edu for registration information.

November 9. 5:00 p.m. UNCG FACULTY AND ALUMNI LECTURE SERIES 2009. Weatherspoon Art Museum – Cone Auditorium room 103. corner of Tate St and Spring Garden St., Greemsboro. UNCG Art Department faculty member Chris Cassidy will

share his expertise in sculpture, installation and digital media. – FREE. For more information call 336-334- 5248, e-mail or visit www.uncg. edu/art/.

Mondays: 7-9p.m. Painting classes (Watercolor,Oil, Acrylic). Red Door Studio/Gallery for hours. 336.288.5415 (3631 Redfield Drive GSO).

Tuesdays: 9:30-noon and 6:30-9p.m. Painting classes (all media) Red Door Studio/Gallery (3631 Redfield Drive GSO) Call for hours. 336.288.5415

Sundays: 1-6 p.m. Mad Platter Sundays. Bring your entire family for discounts and lots of pottery painting fun. 336.540.9823 (2921-A Battleground Ave. GSO)

food & drink

November 7. 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Guilt-free Holiday Eating Class taught by Kelly Tyrey at The Center for Holistic Healing. High Point. Cost: $10.00. For more information please contact The Center for Holistic Healing at 336-841-4307 or visit

November 7. 12:00-4:00 p.m. ZINPOSIUM ZINFANDEL EXTRAVAGANZA at Wine Merchants Gourmet. 1901-B Mooney St., Winston-Salem. NC’s Largest Zinfandel Tasting and Celebration. No Reservations Needed. Just $10. If you love Zin, then this is a don’t miss event. For more information: 336-765-8175, or

November 10. 7:00 p.m. ABC’s Seminar (Anything but Chardonnay and Cabernet) with Bruce Heye “The Wine Guy”. Wine Merchants Gourmet. 1901-B Mooney St., Winston-Salem. Reservations Required $10. Space is limited, so reserve your spot early. For more information: 336-765-8175, or


November 4. 9:00 p.m. Band of Heathens with guest Will Scott at The Garage in Winston-Salem. Tickets $10 are avaialble through www.the-garage. ws/boxoffice. For more information visit, or

November 6. 8:00 p.m. American Revival Featuring

The Dixie Bee-Liners, Sierra Hull and Uncle Earl. Carolina Theatre of Greensboro, 310 South Greene St. A unique lineup of the most exciting young artists in these genres today. Additional show book it! email

details are available online

November 7. 8:00 p.m. Triad Musicians Against Hunger present Expresso Brazil & Friends. Tate Street Coffee House. Greensboro. To benefit the Community Outreach of Archdale- Trinity. Cost: one or more cans of food. Drop at the box outside. Someone or a family will thank you for coming. For more information call 336-275-2754.

November 8. 11:00 a.m. Hinshaw United Methodist

Church Hosts Pianist Peter Rogers. 4501 High Point Rd. Greensboro. Peter Rogers, known by many for his magnificent and powerfully moving piano performances, will be featured as a guest pianist. For more information, contact Lyn Koonce at 336-689- 0233 or

November 8. 7:00 p.m. Snuzzfest West! Blind Tiger, Greensboro. The night will feature members of some of the biggest bands in NC music history, all performing their own renditions of Britt “Snuzz” Uzzell’s music.. There is a $10 suggested donation at the door, all going to the Cancer Special Needs Fund. For more information, email or call Michael Driver at 336-254-7609.

November 10. 7:00 p.m. RUSSIAN BALALAIKA CONCERT. Forsyth County Public Library, Central Library Auditorium. 660 W. Fifth St ., Winston- Salem. What is a Balalaika? It’s a folk, three-string, triangular musical instrument of Russian origins that produces a beautiful, melodic sound. Sponsored by the Russian Cultural Center-Embassy of Russian Federation and the Library. A reception will follow the concert. Free. For more information call 336 970-7714 or e-mail

Open Mic every Tuesday night in Downtown Greensboro at the Flatiron! Come on down and sing us a song or two! 221 Summit Ave, Greensboro.


Wednesdays: Beginning Sept. 3 UNCG is offering weekly jazz to the community during the 2008-2009 academic year. Classes are offered from 5-6p.m. in the Collins Lecture Hall (Room 217) of the school of Music Building located at W. Market & McIver streets. For more information visit

Wednesdays: Tunes @ Noon. Bring your lunch to Center City Park Wednesdays from 12-1:30 and listen to these local musicians: Wickerbach–formerly ABCND (7/29). Clay and Benjy (8/5). Kris Ferris (8/12). Donna Hughes (8/26)

High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association has open bluegrass jams every Wednesday. The 1st,

3rd, & 5th Wednesday at the Cultural Arts Center (200 N.Davie St) in the rehearsal room from 7-10p.m. For more information visit

Fridays: Coffee at The Summit is looking for local

talent for its Friday night open mic. If you have or know of someone who has talent ex. comedy, spoken word, musical talent, etc., please contact us at Coffee at The Summit. We can be reached at 336.275.0642 or 336.965.1548.

Fridays in October. 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. The Reggie Buie Trio performs at the Sundance Plaza Hotel and Spa. 3050 University Plaza, Winston-Salem. There is no cover.


First and Third Saturdays. 7:30p.m. The Clarion Hotel. Greensboro. “Let’s Dance”. For more information contact letsdancetriad@gmail .com 336-451-444.

Come experience dance and all the benefits of it. Offering ballet, jazz, and contemporary dance classes for all skill levels on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Cost $10 per class or 10 Class Pass is $70. Students receive 50% off. Contact Princess at for the class schedule. 930- A S Chapman St in CFBG Building beside Music Barn.

Mondays. 7-8 p.m. – Belly Dance Technique. Lewis Recreation Center, 3110 Forest Lawn Drive, Greensboro. For all levels. Ongoing. Call 336.379.1712 or 336.455.5977

Tuesday nights contra dance with Fiddle & Bow Country Dancers in the Dancers at the Vintage Theatre. Beginner lesson at 7:30p.m., dance from 8-10:30. no partner needed. Cost $7. For more information call 336.272.3245 (7 Vintage Avenue W-S)

November 4. 7:30–9:00 p.m. The NC Dance Festival

will present a free (open level) contemporary jazz class taught by Duane Cyrus, Artistic Director of Cyrus Art Production. Studio 323 at the Greensboro Cultural Center, 200 North Davie St. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Corin Kane at 336-373-2727 or

November 6-7. Chicago-Style Stepping Workshop and Urban Line Dancing Workshop. For advanced tickets or group rates, send an email to ncsteppers@ or leave a message at 336-499-2042. Tickets may also be purchased at Trotter Recreation Center on Thursday, November 5 from 7 ot 8 pm. Call 499.2042 for more information.

November 7 at 8:00p.m. and November 8 at 2:00 p.m. SIDELONG DANCE CO. PRESENTS SPECTRUM.The Enrichment Center. 1006 S. Marshall St., Winston-Salem.

Repertory contemporary dance concert. $10 General and $5 Students. For more information call 336-722-5922, e-mail

or visit

new age

Every Wednesday. 2-6 p.m. Community Healing Clinicat The Seed of Light Healing Center. Healing clinic offers most of ourenergy modalities at a reduced rate, for those in the community whowant services but can’t afford the whole price. Pricing starts at $15& is on a sliding scale basis. For more info call 336.833.6932 (305N. Edgeworth St, Suite A GSO)

October 21, then every other Wednesday. 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Emotional Tranquility. Center for Holistic Healing. High Point. Cost $10..00 per session. For more information call 336-841-4307 or visit

November3. 7:00-8:00 p.m., Then every Tuesday except week of Thanksgiving.Prenatal Yoga. Taught By: Catherine Greene at The Center for HolisticHealing. High Point. For more information please contact The Center for Holistic Healing at 336-841-4307 or visit stage

November4. 7:30 p.m. Poetry Reading byHelen Losse, author of Better WithFriends. Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Room 204, Wake Forest University,Winston-Salem. Sponsored by the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program. For more information visit

November4-7. 8:00 p.m., November 7-8. 2:00 p.m. Caryl Churchill’s Vinegar Tom.Patrons Theatre in Performance Place on the UNCSA campus, 1533 SouthMain St., Winston-Salem. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 forseniors and students. Vinegar Tom explores women’s vulnerability andmen’s abuse of power through the lens of the witchcraft trials of 17thcentury England. Call the UNCSA Box Office at 336- 721-1945 forreservations or visit performances to purchase tickets online.

November6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21 at 8:00 p.m. November 8, 15, 22 at 3:00 p.m. TheStained Glass Playhouse Presents “The Lion in Winter”. 4401 IndianaAvenue, Winston-Salem. Admission – $12 for adults, $10 forstudents and senior citizens. We accept Cash, Master Card, Visa andDiscover. Call 499-1010 for reservations and advance ticket sales. Foradditional information call the SGP office at 661-4949.

November10. 7:30 p.m. Push Play Entertainment and Triad Night Life will bringVanessa Hollingshead, Kenny Giard, Kyle Curtis, Mike Hannon and Josh“Biggie” Ellinger to the Greensboro Coliseum Complex’s Odeon Theatre. Tickets are on sale at, Ticketmaster outlets, chargeby-phone at 1-800-745-3000 or at the Greensboro

kids & teens

November 5. 4:30 p.m. Kids in the Kitchen Class at Earth Fare. 2965 Battleground Ave. Greensboro. FREE. Kids get their hands dirty and learn to make healthy and delicious dishes. For more information call 369-0190.

November 5. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. OPEN HOUSE at Our Lady of Mercy School. Winston-Salem. OurLady of Mercy is SACS accredited and enrollment is available for gradesPre-K to 8 for the 2010-2011 school year. For more information:336.722.7204, or

November5. 11:00 a.m. SPROUTS AT THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM. November 6. 11:00 a.m.READING WITH ROXIE. Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem. November 6.7:00 p.m. CLIF- FORD’S JAMMY JAM SLEEPOVER. 390 South Liberty Street.Winston-Salem. For more information: 723-9111, info@childrensmuseumofws. org,

November 6 at 6:00 p.m.-November 7 at 8:30 a.m. Junior Girl Scout Overnight at the Natural Science Center of Greensboro. Fun-filledscout activities are planned according to the requirements for the NSCMuseum Explorer Patch. $30 scout/$15 chaperone. Visit for a registration form and details.

leagues & clubs

November 8. 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Triad Sports Car Club Autocross. LJVM Coliseum Pepsi Lot/Sierra Mist Lot. For additional information, contact the Coliseum Box Office at 725.5635 ext. 350.

Tuesdays – Thursdays: 7:00 p.m.- 2:00 a.m. Series 7 Poker League at Zion. Lots of fun and great food. Call Zion bar & grill for more info 336. 834.1899 (5601 Roanne Way GSO).

Every Tuesday: 6 p.m. The Twin City Cribbage Club meets atPolo Recreation Center. Ages 10-100 welcome, free play, dues uponmembership, 9-games, tournament style & 2-player cribbage. For moreinformation 336.887.9704 or (1850 PoloRoad W-S).


November 5. 7:30 p.m. Wake Forest Men vs. Indiana University Pennsylvania (Exhibition). Joel Coliseum, Winston-Salem. Doors Open: 6:00 p.m. Hoops Room: 5:30 p.m. For additional information, contact WFU at 758-3322.

November 7. 1:00 p.m. WSSU vs Delaware State Community & Youth Day. Bowman Gray Stadium, Winston-Salem. $15 Adult/$10 Seniors/$7 Youth. For more information, call 750-2141 or visit wssurams. com.

November 9. 7:00 p.m. Doors: 6:00 p.m. Wake Forest Women vs. Mars Hill ( Exhibition). JoelColiseum, Winston-Salem. For additional information, contact WFU at 758-3322.


November 4. 4:00-5:00 p.m. Nonprofit Resources Orientation. Greensboro Public Library-Glenwood Branch. 1901 West Florida St. Learnabout the books, journals, databases, web resources, and classes aboutthe nonprofit sector. Contact Patrick Fitzgerald at 297-5000 toregister.

November6. 7:00 p.m. Come celebrate the release of The Man Who Became SantaClaus, and Other Winter Tales by Lorraine Ahearn. StudioB at TheBroach. 520 South Elm St., Greensboro. Hors d’oeuvres, musicbegins at 7 p.m. Author reading and book signing begins at 8 p.m. CashBar Available. For more information call 336-314-1053 or November 6. Kevin and Cindy Spencer will bring their MAGIC OF HEALING program to patients at High Point Regional Health Systems inconjunction with their appearance on November 7, at the High PointTheatre. For more information on this program, please go the Theatre’swebsite at http://www. where alink was been provided.

November 7. 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. The Greensboro Public Library will hold their semi-annual Used Book Sale. 219 North Church St. More information available at or contact Leah Smith at 336-373-3777 or

November 7. 10:00 a.m. “Power of Colour”. Home Deisgn Emporium at New Garden Village, Greensboro. For more information visit or call 292-6774.

November 7. 2:00 p.m. FREE MINERAL MAKEUP APPLICATION PARTY. The Magnolia House of Health. 215 N. Broad St., Winston-Salem. For

more information call 336-293-4007, e-mail hodell@ or visit November7. 3:00-5:00 p.m. Gala Premiere of short films from the Immigrant andRefugee Movie Making class. Greensboro Historical Museum, 130 SummitAve. Greensboro. For more information contact Trish Perkins at or 336.471.5927, Lori Fernald Khamala at lkhamala@afsc. org or 336.854.0633 or Jessica Langley at jlangley@ or 336.854.0633.

November7. 6:00 p.m. People of Faith Against the Death Penalty’s 15thanniversary awards banquet. Temple Emanuel. 1129 Jefferson Rd.,Greensboro. For more information or to buy tickets, please visit or contact Kristen Smith at 933.7567 or

November 8. 12:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. “Downtown Greensboro’s First Annual Italian Festival! 300 block of South Elm St. 3dog productions will host the event. The festival will cover the blockwith fun, entertainment, food, wine and games. For more informationcontact: Robin Lindsey at 336.430.2215 or Pam Foxx at 336.209.8187.

November9. 7:30 p.m. Zhihong Chen to Deliver Guilford College’s Annual NewlinLecture in History. Guilford College’s Community Center, Greensboro. For more information, visit www. or contact the Department of History at 316-2226.

November9,10. 7:30 p.m. Anne Morrison Welsh and Stevie Westmoreland to DiscussPost-Vietnam Healing at Guilford College, Greensboro. Free and open to the public. For more information, contact Friends Center at 316-2445 or

November 10. 5:30 p.m. IDEA EXCHANGE. Center for Design Innovation. 301 N Main St., STE 2105. Winston-Salem. DorothyBethea, Elizabeth Fain give techniques for innovative virtual rehab andgames promoting health care and wellbeing. Free. For more information:336.727.4310, or

Third Thursdays of each Month from 7-8 pm atthe Green Bean on South Elm St. in downtown Greensboro PFLAG Greensboroand GSAFE invite you to join YouthSAFE. YouthSAFE is a safe, welcoming,confidential social networking program for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,Transgender, and Questioning youth in Guilford County. Teens, age 14-18, gather on the first and third Thursday evening each month to getto know and support each other, have fun and informally discuss topicsof interest to LGBTIQ youth.