September 21. 8pm. Fiddle & Bow presents Sarah McQuaid. Community Arts Cafe. 411 W 4th St., Winston-Salem. Sarah McQuaid was described by Mike Harding of BBC Radio 2 as “A great songwriter and traditional singer, and a wonderful guitarist.” For more info, visit

September 21. 8pm. New Song Music Emerging Artist Showcase: Roger Gupton. Hanesbrands Theatre. 209 Spruce St., Winston-Salem. Roger Gupton writes songs that thrum with both hope and melancholy. For more info, visit

September 22. Natty Greene’s Live at the Tracks presents O.A.R. 345 S Elm St., Greensboro. This event closes down part of downtown Greensboro and has had as many as 25,000 attendees in the past. Free Show. All donations will benefit the North Carolina Brewers Guild. For more info, visit

September 22. 8pm. Dinner with a Taste of Jazz. The Secret Tea Room Cafe. 412 State St., Greensboro. Come out and enjoy the sensational Jazz and R&B singer, songwriter, and national recording artist, SANDRA THOMPSON. For more info, visit

September 23. 4pm. Elisabeth Von Trapp in Concert. Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church. 3543 Robinhood Rd., Winston-Salem. Elisabeth von Trapp, granddaughter of the legendary Maria and Baron von Trapp, whose life story inspired the film, The Sound of Music, will perform.

September 24. 17 Days presents Branford Marsalis & Joey Calderazzo Duo. Triad Stage. 232 S Elm St., Greensboro. Buy your tickets now, before public announcement, for an intimate evening with Grammy Award winner BRAN- FORD MARSALIS & pianist JOEY CALDERAZZO. For more info, visit

September 26. 7:30pm. Greensboro Adult Percussion Ensemble. Room 100, Greensboro Cultural Center. 200 N Davie St., Greensboro. It’s time for the 2012-13 OPUS Concert Series to begin! Join us for another exciting season. For more info, visit


September 28. 6pm. Wire Wrapped Pendant Class. Bubbling Well Bead and Tea Bar. 612 Trade St., Winston-Salem. Turn any piece into a pendant or take your pendant to the next level. For more info, visit

Happening Now. 11:30am-12:30pm. Yoga for Every Woman. Sunrise Yoga Studio. 6000 Meadowbrook Mall Ct., Suite 1, Clemmons. If you are looking for a new way to kick off your summer by getting active, Curvy Girl Yoga with Kim Crawford at Sunrise Yoga Studio in Clemmons is the class for you. For more info, call 336.778.1233 or visit

Happening 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


September 26 & October 10,24,31. Science Alive at Old Salem. Old Salem Museum & Gardens. 600 S Main St., Winston-Salem. Old Salem Museums & Gardens will present an educational program titled “Science Alive in Old Salem” aimed at bringing science and history to life for young people. For more info, visit


September 19. 10am. High Point Museum Guild Monthly Program. High Point Museum. 1859 E Lexington Ave., High Point. This month’s meeting will feature author Alice E. Sink discussing her book “Wicked High Point.” For more info, visit

September 25. 7pm. Herbal Thyme Guild, Putting your Garden Beds to Rest for the Winter. Guilford Agricultural CEnter. 3309 Burlington Rd., Greensboro. For more info, call 336.912.0173 September 26. 7pm. First Friends Meeting. 2100 W Friendly Ave., Greensboro. Learn the top 10 benefits of using a home care agency and listen to a performance of The Music of Patsy Cline by Lisa Dames. For more info, call 336.455.9967


September 19. 6pm. Fitness by the Foutain. Center City Park. 200 N Elm St., Greensboro. Yoga with Ann Fitzmaurice (bring a mat). For more info, visit

September 22. 9am. Greensboro Run/Walk for Autism 5K. UNC-Greensboro Jackson Library Lawn. 320 College Ave., Greensboro. Proceeds from the event benefit the programs and services provided by the Autism Society of North Carolina (ASNC) in the Greensboro/Triad region as well as the Guilford County Chapter of ASNC. For more info, visit

September 22. 9am. Undy 5000 5K. Old Salem, Winston-Salem. The Undy 5000 5K Run/Walk to fight colon cancer will come to the Piedmont Triad area for the first time ever. Participants are encouraged to run in their underwear as a tongue-in-cheek reference to the area affected by colon cancer. For more info, visit

September 22. 11am. 20th Annual INBF Natural Atlantic Coast Bodybuilding and Figure Championship. Brendle Recital Hall, Scales Fine Art Center, Wake Forest University. 1834 Wake Forest Rd., Winston-Salem. This is a National Pro-Qualifier featuring some of the top drug free amateurs from across the country. For more info, call 336.314.2000

September 23. 4pm. “Wheels of Steel” Roller Derby Bout. Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center. 1921 W Lee St., Greensboro. The bout, “Wheels of Steel,” will feature the Battleground Betties and the Mad Dollies meeting for the second time this season. For more info, visit www.


September 19. 5pm. Winemakers Discussion. Moore Humanities and Research Administration Building, UNCG. 607 Forest S., Greensboro. The founders of RagApple Lassie Vineyards, an early mover in North Carolina’s growing wine industry, will share their company story at the North Carolina Entrepreneurship Center’s monthly Entrepreneurial Journeys program. For more info, call 336.256.8649

September 20. 8am. 11th Annual Technology Briefing. Benton Convention Center. 301 W 5th St., Winston-Salem. The Technology briefing is a fast-moving event where each presenter speaks for just five minutes about their innovative technologies, designs, and products. For more info, call 336.728.9200

September 20. 6pm. Museum Class: Make a Hearth Broom. Single Brothers’ Workshop. 600 S Main St., Winston-Salem. Each participant will learn to make two hearth brooms, one to take home and one for a gift. For more info, visit

September 21. 6pm. Dinner with O. Henry: A Gala Celebration of Williams Sydney Porter’s 150th Birthday. O. Henry Hotel. 624 Green Valley Rd., Greensboro. A Gourmet Dinner from America’s Gilded Age at the O. Henry Hotel with Music and Characters From His Most Beloved Short Stories and an Unforgettable Evening to Benefit the Greensboro Historical Museum. For more info, call 336.317.0090

September 22. 10am. Reynolda Village Tours. Reynolda House Museum of American Art. 2250 Reynolda Rd., Winston-Salem. The Reynolda Village tours will take guests on a walking tour of the barns, dairy and staff quarters, and share oral histories of the people who lived and worked on the estate. For more info, visit www.

September 23. 12pm. Family Home and Garden Day. The Garden. 215 S Main St., Kernersville. Volunteers from Home Depot will teach kids ages 6 and over how to build apple baskets, make an apple birdfeeder, and plant a seedling, then take home their projects. For more info, call 336.996.7888

September 23. 3pm. Tate Street Festival Part II: Poker Pub Crawl. Participants will start at College Hill Sundries, where they will get their wrist band and first playing card. They will then walk to 4 additional bars. Once players have a card from each bar, they will return to College Hill Sundries where prizes for the best poker hand will be handed out. For more info, visit the Poker Pub Crawl on facebook.

September 25. 6:30pm. High School Race Relations Forum. Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy. 215 N Cameron Ave., Winston- Salem. Students representing each high school in Winston-Salem will participate in a panel discussion moderated by Christopher Reyes and Eboni Graham of the College Advisory Board. For more info, visit BOOK IT! e-mail