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[MUSIC]

Every Tuesday. 10:00pm. The Flatiron. 221 Summit Ave., Greensboro. Anything goes open mic night held at The Flatiron with sign-up starting at 9:30pm and music at 10:00pm. For more information, visit www.flatirongso.com.

Every Thursday. 9:00pm-1:00am. The Flatiron. 221 Summit Ave., Greensboro. Join Prez of In The Beat of the Night (QUAG 103.1FM) on Throwback Thursdays for a free night of classic soul, hip-hop, and more. For more information, visit www.flatirongso.com.

Every Thursday. 8:00-9:00pm. ArcRadio247.com. Tune into the Dyme Squad Live Radio Show for live interviews with unsigned and industry entertainers. To be featured, email dymesquadlive@arcradio247.com. For more information, visit www.arcradio247.com/dymesquad-live.php.

Saturdays through September 7. 7:00- 10:00pm. Trade St., Winston Salem. Produced by the Downtown Winston Salem Partnership, guests are invite to enjoy live music every Friday through September 7 on Trade Street. For the lineup and more information, visit dwsp.org.

Fridays through August 23. 6:00-9:00pm. Trade St., Winston Salem. Produced by the Downtown Winston Salem Partnership, guests are invite to enjoy live Jazz music every Friday through September 7 on Trade Street. For the lineup and more information, visit dwsp.org.

August 23. 7:00pm. Triad Christian Center. 4321 Barrow Rd., High Point. CD release event for noted Triad Christian musician, Anthony Foster’s new project, “Essential Worship.” This live music event will feature gospel recording artist, Paul Scott, spoken word artist, Sean Hunter along with national gospel recording artist LeJuene Thompson. Please call (336) 669-8391 for more information.

Wednesdays through September. Noon- 1:30pm. Center City Park. 200 N. Elm St., Greensboro. Free live music on the lawn during lunchtime. Bring a lunch or pick one up from a food truck. For more information, visit www. facebook.com/centercitypark.

Third Thursdays. 5:00pm. Centennial Station Arts Center. 121 S. Centennial St., High Point. The High Point Area Arts Council is doing its part to Ignite High Point! Last spring, the Arts Council introduced a new entertainment series, Third Thursdays, where you can relax to music, dance, drink and dine at the Centennial Station Arts Center. On the third Thursday of each month, a different genre of music will be featured. Visit www.artsnc.org for more information.

August 25. 7:00pm. The ArtsCenter. 300-G E. Main St., Carrboro. Musical mastermind Verlon Thompson comes into the spotlight at the ArtsCenter. Verlon Thompson has contributed to the success of many outstanding musicians over the course of his career, but his own remarkable talents as a singer, songwriter, and guitarist take center stage.

[NEW AGE]

August 23. 7:00pm. Glenwood Coffee and Books. 1319 Glenwood Ave., Greensboro. This book release and open mic will be an unforgettable evening. The ladies from Poet.She will be performing some of their original works, and the musical feature will be the amazing Raheem Kashon.

August 25. 7:00pm. Empire Books. 1819 Spring Garden St., Greensboro. The featured guest for this monthly poetry slam is Iambic from Respect Da Mic Slam in Charlotte, NC. Following his performance, poets will be slamming for a cash prize. Visit www.facebook. com/poetshe for more information.

[KIDS/TEENS]

August 26. After school. Center for Visual Artists. 200 N. Davis St., Greensboro. You can join the fun anytime during the school year, but register early and avoid paying the registration fee. Each day focuses on a different theme from Clay Day to Outside Art to Mixed Media Masterpieces. Two program choices are available for children grades Pre-K – 5th. Add a little art enrichment to your child’s after-school experience this school year with Kidstudio. Visit our website, www.greensboroart.org, to read more.

[SPORTS/FITNESS]

Mondays and Wednesdays through September 4. 6:00-7:00pm. Center City Park. 200 N. Elm St., Greensboro. Free fitness classes all summer long. Just bring yourself, comfortable attire, and a water bottle! No prior experience is needed for any free fitness class. Visit www.facebook.com/centercitypark for more information.

[CULINARY]

August 22. 5:00-8:00pm. Washington Perk & Provision Co. 301 W. Fourth St., Winston Salem. The SEED Collective, a group of eleven local artists, will be showing work at the new Washington Perk location in the hip & happenin’ downtown Winston-Salem. Please call (336) 721- 1119 for more information.

[ETC.]

August. City of Greensboro. The City’s Planning and Community Development Department is hosting a series of five public meetings in August about the High Point Road – Lee Street renaming project. Interested property owners, residents, and business owners are invited to participate in these meetings. For dates and locations, visit www.greensboro-nc.gov/ hplee.

August 22. 5:30-7:30pm. Lewis Recreation Center. 3110 Forest Lawn Dr., Greensboro. Greensboro Parks & Recreation will join Bicycling in Greensboro, Inc., Greensboro Department of Transportation and Greensboro Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization to host a public meeting to discuss the creation of a new bike map and trails mobile application. For more information, visit www.bikegso.org.

August 24. 8:00am. Greensboro Coliseum Complex Terrace. 1921 W. Lee St., Greensboro. Dr. Rosalind Fuse-Hall, Bennett College’s 17th President, will be the featured speaker at the Women’s Equality Day Celebration. For more information, call (336) 373-2390.

August 24. Noon-4:00pm. Greensboro Cultural Center. 200 N. Davie St., Greensboro. City Arts will host its 5th annual “Creation Celebration” open house. This exciting event will showcase the year-round programs of City Arts such as dance, drama, music, visual arts and multicultural outreach. For more information, visit www.city-arts.org.

August 22 @ 7:00pm and August 24 @ 2:00pm & 8:00pm. The Hanesbrands Theatre. 209 N. Spruce Street. Winston Salem. The Hanesbrands Theatre partners with the Hispanic Arts Initiative & Hispanic League to screen Aqui y Alla (Here and There), a film that focus on the human factor of the immigration/ undocumented worker debate in the US. Visit www.aquiyalla.com for more information.

August 24. 8:00-10:00am. Center for Visual Artists. 200 N. Davis St., Greensboro. Did you miss the opening celebration of this year’s summer camp art exhibition or just REALLY like pancakes? Well, we have a special event just for you! For the first time we are hosting a closing reception for our Dirty Fingernails exhibition in the form of a family-style Pancake Breakfast. Come for an indoor picnic surrounded by art. All proceeds support the CVA Scholarship Fund. Call (336) 333-7475 for tickets or more information.

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