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( music )

April 11. 8pm. Keith Moody Band Live. The Blind Tiger. 1819 Spring Garden St., Greensboro. Keith Moody is a triple threat, who not only can sing and tear it up on the guitar but also writes on a level far above most of his peers. For more info, visit

April 12. 7-10pm. Blue Ridge James Band. JH Adams Inn. 1108 N Main St., High Point. Playing jazz at 1/2 price wine night at Hampton’s. No cover charge. For more info, call 336.882-2002

April 13. 7:30pm. Susan Conant Concert. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. 4055 Robinhood Rd., Winston-Salem. Susan plays Celtic, ethnic, classical and jazz styles, as well as her own compositions. Her CD, A New Leaf, features her original chamber music works. For more info, call 336.659.0331

April 14. 8pm. Jazz Concert. Aycock Auditorium, UNCG. 408 Tate St., Greensboro. New York Tenor Saxophonist Donny McCaslin with the UNCG Jazz Ensemble. For more info and tickets, call 336.334.4849

April 15 through May 13. Ain’t Misbehavin’: The “Fats” Waller Musical Show. Triad Stage. 232 S Elm St., Greensboro. Harlem. The Cotton Club. Honky tonk dives, rent parties and sweet, sweet swing. The songs of “Fats” Waller explode in this celebration of some of the best American music ever written. For more info and tickets, visit

April 19. 7-10pm. Lance Elko Live. JH Adams Inn. 1108 N Main St., High Point. Playing jazz at 1/2 price wine night at Hampton’s. No cover charge. For more info, call 336.882.2002

April 19. 7pm. Rock on Stage: 2012 Student Talent Showcase. War Memorial Auditorium. 1921 W Lee St., Greensboro. Don’t miss this showcase featuring more than 450 Guilford County Students and Chris Daughtry as an honorary chair. For more info, visit www.

April 19. 7:30pm. Jeff Little Trio. GTCC High Point Campus. 901 S Main St., High Point. Cost is $8 for an adult all-you-can-eat plate and $4 for a child’s plate. A plate includes BBQ, bun, slaw, baked beans and dessert. For more info and tickets, visit www.highpointtheatre. com or call 336.887.3001

April 19. 8:30-11pm. Roberta Flack Live in Concert. Carolina Theatre. 310 S Greene St., Greenboro. Support the Carolina Theatre with tickets for a very special evening featuring Roberta Flack! Funds raised from Command Performance, an annual Benefit Gala, will provide the theatre with additional operating capital, ensuring many wonderful performing-arts experiences to come for future generations.For more info and tickets, call 336.333.2605 or visit

( new age )

Beginning April 11. Lunch Time Yoga. Sunrise Yoga Studio. 6000 Meadowbrook Mall Ct. #1, Clemmons. For six weeks on Wednesday starting April 11, 2012, we will offer 45 minute sessions of Yoga. From 12 noon to 12:45 For students of all levels, including beginners. Attend 1 session or all 6. $60 for all 6 sessions. $15 single class. For more info, visit

April 11 & May 9. 6-8pm. Beading Basics Classes. Bubbling Well Bead & Tea Bar. 612 Trade St., Winston-Salem. This class is for anyone who has no experience or wants to improve their basic skills. For more info, visit

April 19. 10am-6:30pm. Earth Day Celebration. UNCG Campus, College Ave., and Foust Park. Winners of the Creative Sustainability Initiative (CSI) will be announced at this event. Groups from the campus and community will be hosting activities and informational tables. For more info, visit or call 336.334.3664

( kids/teens )

Now through April13. Spring Break-Camp Pioneer Preview Week. Hartley Drive Family YMCA. 150 W Hartley Dr., High Point. Hartley Drive Family YMCA will be having our Camp Pioneer Preview Week! Drop off after 7:30am and pick up by 6:00pm. We will be going on a field trip, playing games, swimming, assembly, arts and crafts, and much more! For more info, call 336.869.0151

Now through April 13. A Spring Break Artventure. Cultural Arts Center. 200 N Davie St. 4th floor, Greensboro. Young artists Pre-K through 8th grade may spend their Spring Break with the CVA sharpening their artistic skills and unleashing their imaginations. Artventure Days are art sampler classes where students will draw, paint, sculpt, and play the day away. For more info, call 336.333.7475 or visit

Now through April13. 6-7:30pm. Football Camp. Hester Park. 3615 Deutzia St., Greensboro. The camp is free of charge! Participants will learn fundamental drills and techniques in preparation for the fall football season. For more info, call 336.373.2927 or visit www.

April 13. 7:30pm. An Evening with Jeff Corwin. War Memorial Auditorium. 1921 W Lee St., Greensboro. Join us for an exciting evening of live animal encounters with this entertaining Emmy-award winner. This familyfriendly program will include a question and answer session with members of the audience. For more info and tickets, call 800.745.3000 or visit

April 14. 1:30pm. Kite Day. Historic Bethabara Park. 2147 Bethabara Rd., Winston-Salem. Bring your kite to the park and enjoy high-flying fun. A limited number of kites will be available onsite. For more info, call 336.924.8191 or visit

( leagues/clubs )

April 12. 5:30-8pm. SynerG on Tap. Stumble Stilskins. 202 W Market St., Greensboro. Join synerG and Biscuitville to meet new friends, collaborators, and colleagues. Free and open to the public. For more info, visit

April 12. 6:30pm. High Point Republican Women. High Point Republican HQ. 721 N Main St., High Point. Speakers: Brenda Formo, First Vice President Central Region for the North Carolina Federation of Republican Women, The Honorable Howard Coble, Congressman for the 6th District. Open to the Public

April 17. 12-1pm. League of Women Voters Lunchtime Program. Haywood Duke Rm, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. 607 N Greene St., Greensboro. Panelists John Stewart, Brandon King, and Dr. Jim Foster. Program free and open to all. Lunch (optional) is available ($10); lunch reservations must be made in advance.For more info, visit or call 336.643.2131

April 17. 6-8pm. SynerG “Making Connections around the table.” O. Henry Hotel. 624 Green Valley Rd., Greensboro. Come out for this great networking opportunity. ACC Commissioner, John Swofford will be speaking. For more info, visit

April 17. 7pm. Prose & Poetry Open Mic. Encore. 411 W Fourth St., Winston-Salem. Members and future members read 5-minute excerpts from their prose and poetry. Others attend just to listen and socialize. For more info and rules, visit

April 18. 8:30am. High Point Museum Guild Trip. High Point Museum. 1859 E Lexington Ave., High Point. The HP Guild invites the community for a trip down memory lane as the group travels the route as closely as possible of the Fayetteville and Western Plank Road from the crossing of the North Carolina Railroad to the end of the road at the early Moravian settlements of Bethabara and Bethania. For more info, call 336.883.3022

Every Wednesday evening, Saturday morning, & Sunday afternoon. Piedmont Hiking and Outing Club. Hiking, Biking, kayaking, socializing. Winston Salem/Greensboro area. More info, visit Last Friday of every month. 9:00 p.m. Women’s Final Friday for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community and its supporters. Studio B, 520 S. Elm St., Greensboro. Live DJ, $5 entry fee for nonmembers and $4 for members. For more information visit

( sports & fitness )

April 14. 9am. A Race to Walk 5k. ACC Office. 4512 Webridge Lane, Greensboro. This race is to benefit the south-atlantic traumatic brain injury fund in honor of Seth Barwick, High Point native injured in a 2006 auto accident. For more info, call 336.337.0839 or visit

April 14. Race Into Spring 5K. Bur-Mil Park. 5834 Bur-Mil Club Rd., Greensboro. The event is open to children, adults and well-behaved dogs on leashes. Registration will begin at 9 am, followed by the race at 10 am and awards ceremony at 11:15 am. The race starts at the Wildlife Education Center and continues along the paved Atlantic and Yadkin Greenway. For more info, visit or call 336.373.2489

April 14. 4pm. Sgt. Hutchens Police Charity Hockey Event. Greensboro Ice House. 6119 Landmark Center Blvd., Greensboro. The event is named after Winston-Salem police sergeant Mickey Hutchens, a 27 year-veteran who was shot and killed after responding to a domestic violence call in October 2009. For more info, visit

April 14. 12 midnight. Chasing the Moon 5K Walk/Run. Bur-Mil Park Wildlife Education Center. 5834 Bur-Mil Club Rd., Greensboro. The race is limited to 150 participants. Please bring a flashlight or headlamp. Prizes will be awarded to finishers in various categories. No pets allowed. For more info and registration, visit

Going on now. Girls on the Run Registration. Hartley Drive Family YMCA. 150 W Hartley Dr., High Point. Girls on the Run is an experiential learning program designed for 3rd-5th grade girls that combines training for a 3.1 mile run with life-changing, self-esteem enhancing, uplifting warm-ups and workouts that encourage emotional, social, metal, and physical development. For more info, call 336.869.0151

( etc. )

April 14. 11am-3pm. CrossFit Versatile Grand Opening. 307 S Westgate Dr., Suite G, Greensboro. There will be fitness challenges for all fitness levels, Olympic lifting demonstrations, and a full out Crossfit burst workout. For more info, call 336.553.8444

April 14. 12-2pm. Lunch with Lincoln. Frank L. Horton Center. 924 S Main St., Winston-Salem. April 14th is the 147th anniversary of Lincoln’s assassination, which took place on that day in 1865. Old Salem’s noontime event is being presented in conjunction with the exhibition “Abraham Lincoln: Self Made in America,” currently on display in the Horton Center. For more info or to rsvp, call 336.721.7399

April 11. 1:30-4:30pm. Implicit Bias & Systems Thinking Seminar. High Point Theatre. 220 E Commerce Ave., High Point. Many biases affecting behavior reside in the unconscious mind. This has important ramifications for both how we analyze and how we develop strategies. For more info, call 336.883.3401

April 12. 5:30-8:30pm. Achieving Building Community Goals presentation & dinner. Kress Terrace. 212 S Elm St., Greensboro. The presentation will explore the changing landscape within the building industry and the changes necessary to achieve high-performance buildings. For more info and registration, visit www.

April 12-15. Co-Creation 2012 Conference. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. 607 N Greene St., Greensboro. The conference addresses the need to discern each person’s unique gifts and the ways to apply this creative energy to the world’s great challenges. For more info, call 336.419.8486 or visit

April 13. 7pm. “What is it about 2012? How we misunderstand Ancient Maya Astronomy” Koury Auditorium, GTCC Campus. 601 High Point Rd., Jamestown. The buzz in the media and other places about Dec. 23, 2012, being the end of the world, according to the Mayan calendar, is a misconception, says astronomy professor Dr. Enrique Gomez. For more info, visit

April 14. 8:30am-1pm. Women’s Enrichment Symposium. Deep River Events Center. 606 Millwood School Rd., Greensboro. This year’s symposium will feature three programs: Going Crazy, Getting Sane, Skincare and You, and Smartin-up your social media branding. For more info and registration, visit

April 14. 9am. Twice Loved. Greensboro Coliseum. 1921 W Lee St., Greensboro. Twice Loved is an upscale resale event designed to raise funds for Wish Upon a Wedding, the world’s first nonprofit organization dedicated to providing weddings for individuals facing a life-threatening illness. For more info, visit

April 14. 12-4pm. Founder’s Day Celebration. GTCC. 601 High Point Rd., Jamestown. The event, co-sponsored by the GTCC Foundation and GTCC’s Student Government Association, is free for anyone wanting to attend. There will be free food and games, according to Berri Cross, GTCC’s director of student life. For more info, visit

April 16. 1:30pm. Entrepreneurship Speech. Royce Reynolds Family Student Life Center, Greensboro College. 1015 W Market St., Greensboro. GSO College Trustee and Alumnus Roy E. Carroll II will make a presentation on entrepreneurship strategies and techniques for success. For more info, call 336.272.7102

April 16-21. The Greensboro Collegiate Biscuitville Bowl. Varying College Campuses. The Biscuitville Bowl is a week-long spring celebration of Greensboro, North Carolina’s thriving entrepreneurial community, its seven colleges and universities, and its 50,000 college students. Biscuitville, a locally-grown and scratch-made business, is the title sponsor. For more info, visit

( animals )

Now through May 31. AARF Older Cat Adoption Campaign. AARF. 311 Harvey St., Winston-Salem. Animal Adoption Rescue Foundation will be showcasing the adorable, older cats that we have for adoption.

Third Tuesdays. 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Pet Loss Support Group. Highland Presbyterian Church Activities Bldg, 2380 Cloverdale Ave., Winston-Salem. Sponsored by Forsyth Humane Society. For more information, call 721.1303 or 777.1070.

Daily. 11:00 a.m., 1:30, 2:00 & 3:00 p.m. Animal Discovery Keeper Talks. Natural Science Center, 4301 Lawndale Dr., Greensboro. One-on-one interaction with highly trained zoo professionals gives visitors a very real and personal glimpse into the lives of the keepers and animals alike. For more information visit

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