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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. guilfordeducationalliance.org

April 19. 7:30pm. Greensboro College Wind Ensemble. Gail Brower Huggins Performance Center, Odell Building, Greensboro College. 815 W Market St., Greensboro. For more info, visit www.greensboro.edu

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-caneat 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

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April 21. 2pm & 8pm. The Magical Music of Disney. Westover Church. 505 Muirs Chapel Rd., Greensboro. Don’t miss the GSO POPS performing The Lion King, Aladdin, The Little Mermaid and much more. For more info and tickets, call 336.335.5456 ext. 224 or visit www. greensborosymphony.org

April 21. 7:30pm. Richard Goode Performance. Watson Chamber Music Hall, UNCSA. 1533 S Main St., Winston- Salem. For his recital, Goode will perform Schumann’s Kinderszenen and Kreisleriana, as well as an all Chopin second half. For more info and tickets, call 336.721.1945

April 21. 8pm. HuDost. Mack & Mack. 220 S Elm St., Greensboro. The music of HuDost, the Neo Folk World Rock Ensemble from Montreal and NY, weaves a seamless tapestry of sound. For more info and tickets, visit www.triadacousticstage.com

April 21. 8pm. Indie Folk & Acoustic Rock. The Green Bean. 341 S Elm St., Greensboro. Come listen in on James Mathis and the Summer Snow (Greensboro), Air on Eyes (Hendersonville), and Wilhelm McKay (Asheville). For more info, visit www.greensborobean.com

Happenin now. 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 www.sunriseyoga.net

( kids/teens )

Happening now. Kids Poetry Basketball. Kids Poetry Basketball is a literacy-enhancing program for children ages 4-13 developed in Greensboro. Kids learn about poetry, reading, grammar, and proper formation of sentences and more while playing basketball games. For more info, visit www.kidspoetrybasketball.com

Happening now. Summer Day Camp registration begins. Summer Day Camp registration will begin at 9 am on Saturday, March 3 at ten local recreation centers. Day camps will be offered June 11 through August 10 for boys and girls, ages 5-12. For additional info on rec center locations, 336.373.2574 or visit www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure

April 19. 8pm. UNCG Spartones Concert. Natural Science Center of Greensboro. 4301 Lawndale Dr., Greensboro. UNCG Spartones will perform a unique Cosmic Chorus Concert which will feature the Spartones and a special show of the night sky with laser effects in the Center’s 40-foot dome OmniSphere Theater. For more info, visit www.natsci.org

April 19. 8:30-11pm. Roberta Flack Live in Concert. Carolina Theatre. 310 S Greene St., Greenboro. 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 www.carolinatheatre.com

April 20. 7pm. Jazz on Vinyl. Rev’s Coffee House. 3793 Samet Dr., High Point. Record Listening Party. Free event. For more info, call 336.883.8512

April 22. 3pm. Mathias Concert. Hanes Auditorium, Salem Fine Arts Center. 601 S Church St., Winston-Salem.

The program will feature Moravian music, the “Missa Brevis in C Major” by Mozart and music from the 1940s in honor of dedicated musicians, Mr. and Mrs. William Mathias. For more info, visit www.salem.edu/culturalevents

April 22. 4pm. Greensboro Oratio Singers Sunday Concert. Ebenezer Lutheran Church. 310 S Tremont Dr., Greensboro. Greensboro Oratorio Singers Sunday concert featuring Maurice Durufle’s Requiem and John Rutter’s Psalmfest.

April 23 & 24. 7:30pm. HPU Spring Choral Concert. Hayworth Fine Arts Center. 883 Montlieu Ave., High Point.

The concert will feature the University Singers, Chapel Choir, Chamber Singers, and faculty soloists accompanied by a full orchestra performing Carl Orff’s “Carmina Burama.” For more info and tickets, call 336.841.9209

Happening now. Outdoor Adventure Camp registration. Outdoor Adventure Camp. 4235 Hamburg Mill Rd., Greensboro. Campers will be introduced to outdoor skills such as wilderness survival, navigation, camping, backpacking, kayaking, fishing, archery and more! Each session will include a special overnight campout. For more info and registration, call 336.373.3816 or visit www.greensboro-nc.gov/adventurecamp

( leagues/clubs )

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

April 20. 9pm. An Evening with Bootz Durango. Artistika. 523 S Elm St., Greensboro. This a special WUAG Dance Party hosted by UNCG Student, local personality, and otherwise incomparable diva Bootz Durango. The night will feature veteran DJ SK and guests manning the turntables and a special performance by Bootz himself. For more info, visit www.wuag.net

April 21. 11am-9pm. Record Store Day. CFBG Record and Art Co-op. 930 South Chapman St., Greensboro. Don’t miss this action-packed day of live music, exclusive releases, and other awesome record deals and selections! For more info, visit www.cfbgs.com

April 24. 7:30pm. Greensboro College Jazz Ensemble. Gail Brower Huggins Performance Center, Odell Building, Greensboro College. 815 W Market St., Greensboro. For more info, visit www.greensboro.edu

( new age )

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 www.uncg.edu or call 336.334.3664

April 18. 6pm. Triad After Work Social. Studio B. 520 S Elm St., Greensboro. Come out to the After Work Social to meet new people, reconnect with other local professionals, or socialize with coworkers and friends. For more info, visit www.triadafterworksocial.com

( sports & fitness )

April 20. 11:30am. 9th Annual Autism Awareness Charity Golf Classic. Champions Course at Bryan Park. 6275 Bryan Park Rd., Greensboro. Proceeds raised from the 9th Annual Autism Awareness For more info and registration, visit www.asncgc.org

April 21. 9am-7pm. Rugged Maniac 5K Obstacle Course Race. Zoo City Motorsports. 279 Joe Farlow Rd., Asheboro. Rugged Maniac is an epic day of outdoor adventure, featuring a challenging 3-mile obstacle course, great bands, cold beer and crazy festival games. For more info, call 203.613.5642

April 22 through May 5. “Get Fit Greensbro” Wellness Festival. Varying Locations. This event is to promote wellness activities and education to the community at large and raise awareness of ALS. For more info, call 336.851.1890 (ext 1406)

( etc. )

April 19. 10am-4pm. Earth Day. UNCG Campus, along College Ave. and Foust Park. This event is meant to offer interactive activities and educational opportunities for both college students and the Greensboro community.

April 19. 3pm. Veterans Benefit Motorcycle Ride. Starts at 3614 N. Glenn Ave., Winston-Salem. The travel will continue to ‘Ted’s kickin Chicken’ on South Main St, then back to Ziggys concert venue.

April 19. 5pm. Entrepreneurial Journeys. UNCG- Bryan Building Rm 416. 516 Sterling St., Greensboro. Our monthly speaker this month features Sara Mac- Sween from The Marketing Boutique. She is a successful entrepreneur who would like to share his story in an informal setting. To RSVP, email ncec@uncg.edu

April 19 & 26. 6:30-7:30pm. Rough’n It: Intro to Camping. Bur-Mil Clubhouse. 5834 Bur-Mil Club Rd., Greensboro. Participants will learn the basics of living outdoors, including proper camping equipment, clothing, food and safety. For more info and registration, call 336.373.3819 or visit www.burmilpark.org

April 20. 10am-1pm. Spring into Health. Evans-Blount Community Health Center. 2031-A Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., Greensboro. Services that will be provided at no charge at the event include Blood pressure screening, Blood glucose screening, and Body Mass Index (BMI) measurements. For more info, call 336.641.2103

April 20. 1pm. Language Expert Diana Hanbury King. Summit School. 2100 Renolda Rd., Winston- Salem. King will speak about the topic covered in her most recent book. King also will sign copies of the book, which will be available for purchase at the event.For more info, visit www.summitschool.com

April 20 & 21. Civil Rights Icon Dorothy Cotton. International Civil Rights Center & Museum. 134 S Elm St., Greensboro. The ICRCM will host civil rights pioneer and writer, Dorothy Cotton, during a series of special events. For more info, visit www.sitinmovement.org or call 336.274.9199

April 21. 10am-2pm. Aviation Open House. T.H. Davis

Aviation Center. 260 N Regional Rd., Greensboro. ing will speak about the topic covered in her most recent book, English Isn’t Crazy: The Elements of Our Language and How to Teach Them. King also will sign copies of the book, which will be available for purchase at the event. For more info, call 336.334.4822 or visit www.gtcc.edu

April 21. 10am-4pm. ECPI Campus Discovery Day. ECPI University. 7802 Airport Center Dr., Greensboro. Attendees will have the opportunity to see demonstrations, tour the campus, meet with faculty, staff, and more. For more info, visit www.landing.ecpi.edu

April 21. 10am-4pm. Guilford Militia Encampment. High Point Museum. 1859 E Lexington Ave., High Point. Come learn about the life of a Revolutionary War soldier. All ages welcome. FREE. Drop-in. For more info, call 336. 885.1859 or visit www.highpointmuseum.org

April 21. 12noon-1:30pm, 3:30-5pm. Community Forum for citizen engagement. Haywood Duke Rm. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. 607 N Greene St., Greensboro. Community forums to gather your feedback on a downtown performing arts center in Greensboro. Your participation is essential. For more info, visit www.uacarts.org

April 21. 5pm. Legathon. Flow MINI. 2575 Peters Creek Pkwy., Winston-Salem. MINI test rides, MINI demonstrations, games, a live band, free food and drinks will be part of the afternoon’s festivities. For more info, visit www.flowminiwinston.com or call 877.270.7089

April 21. 6-9pm. Eco Chic Benefit Fashion Show. Center for Visual Artists. 200 N Davie St., Greensboro. Jade Aveda Salon, dedicated to providing environmentally conscious hair and skin services, will host their first annual ECO CHIC Benefit Fashion Show. For more info, call 336.292.5555

( 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.

September. Dog Park at Tanglewood Proposed Opening. Spend a day, a week or all summer with us at the School of Greensboro Ballet as we are offering a variety of camps, classes and an intensive training session. For more info or to make a charitable contribution, visit www.wsfoundation.org

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 www.natsci.org.

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