Sat., Dec 11 THE BEARD AND MOUSTACHE CLUB OF NORTH CAROLINA HOLIDAY FETE FlatIron; 221 Summit Ave., Greensboro; 336.272.7774; 9:30 pm; FREE Holiday fun with moustache-soaking foamy pints, at least one banjo and two bearded ladies. Music by the Radials, Lake Isle and Milltown. Admission is free, but donations for Angel Tree Kids will be accepted.
Wed., Dec 8 TRANS-SIBERIANORCHESTRA Greensboro Coliseum; 1921W. Lee St., Greensboro;336.373.7474; www.greensborocoliseum.com; 4 p.m. and8 p.m.; $25 and up Trans-Siberian Orchestra, oneof the top-selling concert acts inthe world creates one of the mostcaptivating live music experienceson the road today. Don’tmiss this over-the-top audio/visualspectacular complete with lasers,pyrotechnics and state of the artlighting. Thurs., Dec 9 FREE CHAIR MASSAGESAT THE BODIES REVEALEDEXHIBIT Natural Science Center ofGreensboro; 4301 LawndaleDrive, Greensboro;336.288.3769; www.natsci.org;2 p.m.; $21, $12 membersMassages provided by AvantiSalon and Spa trained professionals.Sponsored by YES! Weekly.Massage night will also be heldThursday, Dec. 16, from 2 to 5p.m. For more information aboutthe exhibit, visit www.bodiesgreensboro.com or natsci.org.More information about AvantiSalon and Spa is available atwww.avantilakeside.com. Fri., Dec 10 MAAFA/KUUMBA Caldcleugh Multicultural ArtsCenter; 1700 Orchard St.,Greensboro; 336.373.5881;www.city-arts.org; 7:30 p.m.;$5, $1 children An annual Kwanzaa performanceevent presented by WeAre One cultural arts project. Thisyear’s presentation celebratesAfrican cultural heritage in Brazil,Cuba, Haiti and the Carolinas. Sun., Dec 12 HISTORIC WEST ENDHOLIDAY HOMES TOUR Old Winston Social Club; 1131Burke St., Winston-Salem;336.723.0060; www.historicwestend.org; 12 – 5 p.m.; $12 In addition to spectacularhomes and decorating, the tourwill include carriage rides, livemusic and a holiday stroll at theshops along Burke Street. Thetour headquarters is located atOld Winston Social Club, whereyou can enjoy complimentary hotapple cider and live music. Mon., Dec 13 NEUROSCIENCEAND A MOVIE Big Shotz Tavern; 109 S. StratfordRoad, Winston-Salem;952.288.0066; graduate.wfu.edu/bac; 6:30 p.m.; FREE Wake Forest University’sBrain Awareness Council presentsAdam, a fi lm about AutismSpectrum Disorder. Released in2009, Beth, a writer, and Adam,an introverted neighbor, developa diffi cult yet rewarding relationship.Post event there will bea Q&A session with a panel ofexperts. Tues., Dec 14 CENTER CITY AM BRIEFINGS Guilford Merchants Association;225 Commerce Place,Greensboro; 336.378.6350;www.mygma.org; 8 a.m.;FREE Hear about the very latest ofdowntown happenings, meetyour neighbors, and learn what’sgoing on in Greensboro’s CenterCity. This bimonthly meetinghosts a breakfast forum bringingtogether residents, organizations,businesses and downtown stakeholdersto share information,support downtown businessesand provide programs related todowntown’s development. Wed., Dec 15 CHRISTMAS CASTLECastle McCulloch; 3925Kivett Drive, Jamestown;336.887.5413; www.castlemcculloch.com; 6 p.m.; $12.50,$8 childrenEnjoy an evening with Santa’sfamily and friends at Castle Mc-Culloch’s Winter Wonderlandholiday trail. Ice skaters, elves,and carolers perform throughoutthe indoor/outdoor Christmastrail. Grab a hot chocolate tokeep you warm. Shows startevery 10 minutes.