Thursday Mar 22 @ 4:00 PM
Board of Directors Meeting
Cornerstone Charter Academy: A Challenge Foundation Academy – Open Public Meeting
Thursday Mar 22 @ 7:00 PM
Contemporary Tropical Design
Winston-Salem Flower School – We're bringing in some of our favorite tropical plants and florals for this new design workshop. We love tropicals for their long-lasting blooms, bold colors, and graphic lines that translate so well to contemporary designs. This two-hour class will begin with a short demonstration and then students will get to design their own tropical centerpiece to take home and enjoy for the rest of summer. All materials, including florals and container, are provided and there will be light refreshments as well. Students are always welcome to bring adult beverages to enjoy while they socialize and design.
Thursday Mar 22 - Mar 23 @ 9:00 PM
No Pants Party!
Shiners – Ohhhh snap, it's that time of year again!! The weather is finally allowing us our favorite type of party... a NO PANTS party! It's simple- drop your pants at the door or pay a $3 cover. Your undie-clad hostesses for the evening are the lovely Morgan and Krystal. This is a treat in itself because... have you seen these girls asses?! They can't wait to see yours (;
Friday Mar 23 - Mar 31 @ 7:30 AM
Driving Miss Daisy
Hanesbrands Theatre – 40+ Stage Company presents: Driving Miss Daisy March 23 through March31 Performance times March 23rd – 7:30pm March 24th, 25th & 31st – 2:00pm March 28th, 29th, 30th & 31st- 7:30pm
Friday Mar 23 @ 4:30 PM
ONE - Open Networking Event
Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce – Join us on Friday, March 23 for our O.N.E. Open Networking Event! Please note the date change for this event. This event is open to all Chamber members. Come together as O.N.E. to network and grow your business. Mark your calendars, bring a friend and join us for this O.N.E. event! Guests are allowed to attend two times before joining the Chamber. More information can be found here: https://members.lewisville-clemmons.com/events/details/o-n-e-open-networking-event-03-30-2018-954
Friday Mar 23 @ 6:00 PM
Paul Travis Phillips: /s?CH/?n/s?CH/?n/s?CH/ Opening Reception
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) – The third artist featured in SECCA’s new curated sale series, Southern Idiom, Paul Travis Phillips is a Winston-Salem based painter, multi-media artist and instructor. Phillips’ work explores the logic of language and the moments when knowledge and insight are first conceived. Proceeds from Southern Idiom sales support both the artist and SECCA’s exhibition fund. For more information visit www.secca.org.
Friday Mar 23 @ 6:00 PM
Tap Takeover at Dogwood Hops & Crops in Winston-Salem
White Street Brewing Company, Inc – Winston-Salem! Start your weekend off right at your downtown craft beer & wine bottle shop, Dogwood Hops and Crops! Join us for a White Street Tap Takeover featuring FIVE White Street brews! Enjoy the White Street BIG4, aka Main Street Series: * Hoptimist, perfectly balanced IPA * Kölsch, gold medal winning German-style Kölsch * Scottish, gold medal winning Scottish Ale * Emmalynn, playfully balanced Belgian Ale PLUS, one of our specialty brews, Hopical Island, getaway from the everyday Session IPA
Friday Mar 23 - Apr 22 @ 6:00 PM
Paul Travis Phillips Exhibition: /s?CH/ ?n /s?CH/ ?n /s?CH/CHCH
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) – The third artist in SECCA's new curated sale series, Southern Idiom, Paul Travis Phillips is a Winston-Salem based painter, multi-media artist and instructor. Phillips’ work explores the logic of language and the moments when knowledge and insight are first conceived. He subverts and repurposes sources of information like books, articles and notes. The exhibition title is the phonetical spelling of "such and such" - a term used to refer vaguely to a person, thing, or idea that does not need to be [or is not possible to be] specified. Proceeds from Southern Idiom support both the artist and SECCA's exhibition fund. For more information visit secca.org.
Friday Mar 23 - Mar 27 @ 8:00 PM
The Pirates of Penzance
Piedmont Opera – Piedmont Opera presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance. The very model of a modern Major General Stanley was simply trying to protect his daughters from the famed Pirates of Penzance.Now the police are involved – who knows how it will end! Gilbert and Sullivan take us once again to the land of Topsy-Turvy.
Friday Mar 23 - Mar 27 @ 8:00 PM
Pirates of Penzance Hotel Packages
Piedmont Opera – Spend a weekend in Winston-Salem! See one of the three performances of Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance. Friday night have dinner before the show on the 10th floor of the Stevens Center. Dinner is $50 and includes a buffet, dessert and wine. Hang out with the cast Jeffrey Adams on Fourth following the show. The Sunday matinee will be followed by a free meet the cast opportunity for children. Tuesday's performance comes with discount meal deals and free parking! Call Piedmont Opera for hotel discounts! 336.725.7101 Prices range from $20 - $98.
Friday Mar 23 - Mar 24 @ 8:00 PM
Acoustic Mayhem Redeux
Shiners – Shiners & Stonehart Media Present Acoustic Mayhem Redeux Come on out for a night of great music played by all of these talented artists and as per usual our bartenders will be pourin' all of your favorites Featuring: Rik Helderman, J.K. Wilkins, Kyle Bowers, Jen Phipps, Sam Goins, & Rib Vickory $5 for 21+ $10 for 18-20 with ID
Saturday Mar 24 @ 8:00 AM
3rd Annual 3-2-1 Deacon Dash for Down Syndrome
Piedmont Down Syndrome Support Network - PDSSN – The 3-2-1 Deacon Dash for Down Syndrome is a 5K race fundraising event with an extra .11 mile added for a 3.21 total distance for the awareness and support of individuals with Down syndrome! Most people have 2 copies of 23 different chromosomes but individuals with Down syndrome are born with 3 copies of the 21st chromosome (the medical term for this is Trisomy 21). Your official time will be captured at the 5K finish line; the DASH is just for fun! Register here: bit.ly/Deacon-Dash *Registration includes: t-shirt, goodie bag, racing bib (5K only), music, games, light snacks and beverages. **Important Note: Food trucks will provide additional food and beverages for sale.
Saturday Mar 24 @ 8:30 AM
TGRR Meet and Greet at Robinhood Road Family YMCA
Triad Golden Retriever Rescue – Come out and learn more about our furry friends and how to help homeless golden retrievers! Thank you to Robinhood Road Family YMCA for partnering with us to help raise awareness about this important cause!
Saturday Mar 24 @ 9:00 AM
Annual Women's Day Prayer Breakfast
Greater Faith Deliverance Center – Join us for breakfast and a time of prayer.
Saturday Mar 24 - Mar 25 @ 10:00 AM
4th Annual Battle at The Chase
Maple Chase Golf and Country Club – Join us for the 4th Annual Battle at The Chase. Two-person Captain's Choice. Teams are Flighted by Team Handicap Index and any team from any Flight can win the Overall Championship. Entries are open to Male and Female golfers, but each player must have an established handicap so the proper flights can be created. Start times will be the same as last year with Saturday being a 10:00 am Shotgun and Sunday being a 12:00 pm Shotgun. Contact the Gold Shop to sign up.
Saturday Mar 24 @ 11:00 AM
Poetry Reading with the Pullman Poet Society
High Point Arts Council – High Point's Pullman Poet Society will gather to read from their first anthology.
Saturday Mar 24 @ 1:00 PM
Meet & Greet with Michael C. Hardy
McKay's Winston-Salem – Come meet author and historian Michael C. Hardy and hear about his book, "General Lee's Immortals." Two decades after the end of the Civil War, former Confederate officer Riddick Gatlin bewailed the lack of a history of the famous Branch-Lane Brigade, within which he had served. “Who has ever written a line to tell of the sacrifices, the suffering and the ending of these more than immortal men?” he said. “Why has the history of that brigade not been written?” With the publication of General Lee’s Immortals: The Battles and Campaigns of the Branch-Lane Brigade in the Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865, Gatlin’s long wait is finally over. This storied brigade, first led by Lawrence Branch until his death at Sharpsburg, and then James H. Lane, served with Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia during its entire existence. The names emblazoned on its battle flag read like a history of that army, beginning with the Seven Days’ Battles and ending with the final roll call at Appomattox. Originally part of A.P. Hill’s famous “Light” Division, the Branch-Lane Brigade earned spectacular plaudits for its disciplined defense, hard-hitting attacks, and incredible marching abilities. Its constant position at the front, however, resulted in devastating losses, so that its roll call of casualties by the end of the war far exceeded its number of survivors. In this deeply researched work we witness the experiences of North Carolina’s Branch-Lane Brigade in nearly every major battle fought in the east, including that infamous day at Chancellorsville when its members mistakenly shot Stonewall Jackson. Two months later they were in Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg, and thereafter throughout the titanic battles of 1864. In the meantime we learn of the camp-life and the hard winters of Lee’s army. Yet when Lee finally surrendered at Appomattox it was the Branch-Lane Brigade still with him, no longer victors but yet unbowed. Michael Hardy’s General Lee’s Immortals is the first comprehensive history of the Branch-Lane Brigade, and fully meets Captain Gatlin’s challenge by setting forth the complete story of these “more than immortal men.” His study is based on many years of study and grounded on a vast foundation of sources that relate every aspect of the career of this remarkable fighting command. Once finished, every reader will come to think he has met, marched with, fought beside, and bled with these North Carolinians.
Saturday Mar 24 @ 4:00 PM
Annual Spring BBQ
Mount Carmel United Methodist Church – ANNUAL SPRING BBQ March 24, 2018, 4:00-7:00 PM Eat-In or Take-out Plates & Sandwiches Plates: Adults— $10.00 Sandwiches $5.00 Children $6-12 $5.00 By the pound $10.00 Whole shoulders available by preorder. Orders due March 18 to Edgar Miller. (336-918-7450)