Sat., Jul 30
K’Ville Indie Flea
Corner of 104 Harmon Lane (at Main Street), Kernersville; 336.862.9400; kvilleindieflea.com; 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; FREE
Every Saturday from March through November, vendors from across the Triad gather in Kernersville to offer their handmade apparel, furnishings, jewelry and furniture. The open-air handmade and vintage market showcases the talents of local artists, crafters and makers and invites like-minded consumers to peruse their wares. You’ll also find baked goods and coffee for your shopping pleasure.
Wed., Jul 27
Rebel Without a Cause
Carolina Theatre; 310 S. Greene St., Greensboro; 336.333.2605; www.carolinatheatre.com; 7:30 p.m.; $5
The Summer Film Festival pays tribute to lost legends of the silver screen with a screening of Rebel Without a Cause. James Dean plays a rebellious teenager who meets a girl, disobeys his parents and proves himself to his peers in switchblade knife fights. In his celebrated landmark role, Dean depicts the moral decay of suburban American middle-class youth.
Thu., Jul 28
A Mostlandian Ice Cream Social
Eightfold Farm; 3868 Transou Road, Pfafftown; 336.725.1904; www.secca.org; 7 p.m.; $10 SECCA members / $15 nonmembers
Mostlandia is a psychogeographical destination that you might not find on a map. Take a Mostlandian trip with SECCA, Eightfold Farm and friends for an ice cream social in conjunction with SECCA’s People’s Biennial exhibition. The Junior Ambassadors’ ice cream cart will be serving up delectable Mostlandic deserts in flavors like strawberry chipotle and cantaloupe. Advanced tickets are required.
Fri., Jul 29
Ziggy’s Grand Reopening
Ziggy’s; 821 N. Trade St., Winston-Salem; 336.682.6332; www.ziggyrock.net; 4 p.m.; $10 in advance
After a long hiatus, Ziggy’s is launching its new downtown entertainment venue with a huge reopening celebration. Doors open at 11 a.m. for lunch specials and drinks before the tunes get started at 4 p.m. The impressive bill features two stages of rock, folk, funk, Americana, country, reggae and more. Purchase tickets and find the full line-up online.
Sun., Jul 31
Washington Terrace Park; 101 Gordon St., High Point; 336.889.2787; www.highpointarts.org; 6 p.m.; FREE
Every Sunday evening this summer, catch a free concert in High Point. The series takes place in various locations around town. This weekend’s performance from R&B/Motown act EnVision will take place at Washington Terrace Park. Concert-goers are invited to bring lawn chairs, blankets and picnic dinners to make a night of music in the park.
Mon., Aug 1
Cookout & Rock Show
Legitimate Business; 1317 Grove St., Greensboro; www.lgtbiz.com; 7 p.m.; $5
Celebrate summer with explosive tunes, chill vibes and backyard grilling at Legit Biz. Notorious Raleigh punk rockers Whatever Brains headline the show, performing with local acts Mutant League and Torch Runner. Transient and Clinging to the Trees of a Forest Fire bring grindcore from Portland and Denver, respectively. Enjoy hot dogs (or veggie dogs!) with the summer jams.
Tues., Aug 2
National Black Theatre Festival
Reynolda House Museum of American Art; 2250 Reynolda Road, Winston Salem; 336.723.7920; www.nbtf.org; 3 p.m. & 8 p.m.; $37
This biennial annual event brings the best black theater companies to town for a week of galas, workshops and performances. Tonight at Reynolda House, enjoy a double-billed show: The Spirit of Harriet Tubman and A Song for You…Lena. Performers will invoke the spirits of civil rights legends Harriet Tubman and Lena Horne. The festival runs through Aug. 6 in various Winston-Salem locations.
Wed., Aug 3
Lincoln in 3D
Greensboro Historical Museum; 130 Summit Ave., Greensboro; 336.373.2610; www.greensborohistory.org; 7:30 p.m.; FREE
Wearing 3D glasses, you’ll feel like you could step into the tableaus of some of the most famous photographs of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War.
In a 38-minute show, 170 images from Antietam, Gettysburg, the White House and more will be projected onto the big screen in their original stereoscopic format. Call ahead to reserve your seat for a dramatic, in-depth look into the Civil War.