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WEEKLY
Wed 10:30am & Thur 7pm
Learning about Natural Wellness using Essential Oils
Tues 6:00pm & Fri 10am
Yoga with Essential Oils

School House Oils
Forest Oaks Shopping Center
5315-G Liberty Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Drew Grim
drew@schoolhouseoils.com
336-669-8173

Mondays & Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30pm
Exercise! Zumba/Aerobics Classes

ALL ages and fitness levels! $5 or $20 for five classes.
Bring a friend, light weights, mat & bottled water.
Bethlehem United Methodist Church
6103 Appomattox Rd, Climax
Contact: 336-686-4192 (Zumba) or 336-508-5764 (Aerobics)


Tunes @ Noon 12-1:30
FREE Music and Food Trucks onsite

8/31 Niblock & Gwyn
9/7 Michael Ken
9/14 Anonymous Bosch
9/21 Wickerbach
9/28 Angela Easterling
Center City Park
200 N. Elm Street


Pleasant Garden Community Center
Baseball & Softball Sign Ups

Tue 8/30, Fri 9/2, Sat 9/3, Tue 9/6, Fri 9/9, Sat 9/10
Tuesday & Friday 6-8pm
Saturday 10am-1pm
5024 Alliance Church Rd, Greensboro
www.pgcommunitycenter.com

September-June
Rent a Wrestler

The Falcon Wrestling Club Southeast High & Middle will be offering the program.
 All proceeds go towards camps and tournaments throughout the year.
Please email Coach Carter at carterj@gcsnc.com.
Guilford County or surrounding counties
Contact: Todd Carter
carterj@gcsnc.com
336-327-2151

September 3-4 at 4 PM
John Coltrane International Jazz & Blues Festival

Oak Hollow Festival Park
1841 Eastchester Dr, High Point
www.coltranejazzfest.com

September 2 - October 1
The Kids Left. The Dog Died. Now what?

A musical comedy that salutes those valiantly struggling with divorce on their hands, gravity on their bodies, grandchildren on their self-image and the dating scene on their egos. This entertaining musical about those facing a host of midlife crises takes a humorous and heartfelt look at the day-to-day concerns of the over-fifty "empty-nester" crowd including everything from retirement to AARP, dating to divorce, plastic surgery, and grand parenting.
The Barn Dinner Theatre
336-292-2211
120 Stage Coach Trail, Greensboro
www.barndinner.com

Tue Sep 6, 6:30-7:30pm
Beautiful and Sustainable Lawns - A Greener Yard
Guilford County Cooperative Extension Services, 3309 Burlington Road, Greensboro
Fall is the best time for rejuvenating lawns - and also to learn how knowing and using good growing practices all year saves you time and money and reduces environmental impact. Establishing a healthy stand of grass with good planning and sensible management can minimize issues with weeds, diseases and insects. You can have a healthy lawn and still reduce the impact and expense of lawn chemicals.
336-641-2400
www.guilford.ces.ncsu.edu/events/

Vegetable Gardening Extending the Harvest
Tues, Sept 6, 6:30pm

A Greener Yard
Tues, Sept 20, 6:30pm
Winter Interest Fall is for Planting
Tues, Oct 4, 6:30pm
Planting for Pollinators
Tues, Oct 18, 6:30pm
Composting & Vermicomposting
Location: Cooperative Extension Office, 3309 Burlington Rd, Greensboro
Pre-Registration is requested call 641-2400 or email cbmerce3@ncsu.edu


September 9 -11
76th National Folk Festival
300 artists / musicians, dancers, storytellers, and craftspeople take part in the festival, with more than 30 different musical groups performing on seven outdoor performance venues throughout downtown.
www.nationalfolkfestival.com


Saturday, September 10, 7:30am
Skeeter Ride Cycling Fundraiser
Registration is $25 per rider, includes quick-dry T-shirt if registered by August 1st
Registration starts at 7:30 am; Ride at 8 am starting at Tabernacle UMC
Route Options: 5 miles, 10 miles, 25 miles, or 50 miles (with 2 rest stops)
Tabernacle UMC
5721 Methodist Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Nancy & Dick Brown 336-674-7055
nbrown0915@aol.com
www.skeeterride.org

Sept 10, 9am
Bush Hill Festival
Hundreds of Crafters & Vendors
Live music, car show and lots of fun!
www.BushHillFestival.com

September 10, 7:30am-2pm
Auxiliary Yard Sale

Coffee & donuts will be served and buy the dozen will be available.
Proceeds will benefit firefighter emergency fire ground rehabilitation program.
This is a fundraiser for the auxiliary.
Spaces can be purchased, seller keeps their own proceeds.

PG Fire Station
4814 Pleasant Garden Road, PG
Spaces: Terry Bradley at 336-674-5619 from 9am-5pm Monday-Friday or pgfd3aux@gmail.com

Rent the Julian Lion's Clubhouse
Perfect place for ALL your upcoming events! Full kitchen & a stage available.
Colonial Trading Post Rd, Julian
Contact: Shaun McNeill
336-215-8168

September 10, 8am-1pm
Shiloh UMC Yard & Craft Sale

Crafts and food breakfast, lunch & fried pies.
7052 Hemphill Road (off of Highway 62 & 421)
$10 table: 336-908-1444 or 336-209-1069

September 11
Tabernacle UMC New Worship Hours

Call 336-674-2941
tabernacle@tabernacle-umc.org
www.tabernacle-umc.org
5721 Methodist Rd, GSO

September 12, 10:30am
Joyful Hearts Seniors Program

Fun and fellowship with program and lunch
Julian United Methodist Church
2105 NC Hwy 62 E, Julian
Contact: Mary Welker
336-685-4476

Sept. 13, 10-11am
Pleasant Garden Community Readers Book Club

This month is Reader's Choice so join us as we share with the group some titles we have been reading. Begin reading The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd for Oct. 11. Copies available for check out at PG Town Hall after 9/13.
Pleasant Garden Town Hall
4920 Alliance Church Rd, PG
Contact: Brenda Archer 202-3417

Senior Luncheon, FREE Monthly
Free catered lunch, age 60 and up.
10:00am the 1st Tuesday of the month
Southeast in the Moriah UMC, 3611 Liberty Rd.
10:00am the 3rd Tuesday of the month
Pleasant Garden UMC 4834 Pleasant Garden Rd
Helping seniors maintain their independence!
Senior Resources of Guilford
More info: 336-754-
2106

September 15, 7pm
Annual Meeting

Southeast Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.
All are Welcome to Attend
6012 Liberty Rd, Climax
Contact: Chief Chris Sizemore
(336) 674-0920

Sat, September 17, 2pm
Ms Senior Guilford County Pageant
An afternoon of entertainment as six candidates share a talent and model an evening gown. These ladies 60 years + have reached the "age of perfection" and are stepping out to win the crown. This is a free event and open to the public.
Spring Arbor of Greensboro
5125 Michuax Rd, Greensboro
Sarah Daffron
Ms NC Senior America 2010
sdaffron@triad.rr.com
336-549-7249
www.ncsenioramerica.com

Sat. Sept 17, 8am-1pm
Alamance Lions Club Community Yard Sale
Breakfast & Lunch food by the Lions Club
Alamance Community Park Ė Williams Dairy Road
Rain Date Sept 24th
Call 804-337- 3846 or 336-312- 4387 to reserve space
Space with 8 foot table $15.00, without table $10.00

Saturday, September 17, 1pm-4pm
Annual Brunswick Stew

Each quart only $8.00.
Don't wait, contact the church office today to reserve your stew!
Pleasant Garden United Methodist Church
4834 Pleasant Garden Rd, PG
Church office 336-674-5711 or church-office@pg-umc.com

September 17, 9-10 AM
Julian UMC Food Pantry

Assisting families in the SE Guilford County and Liberty areas
Julian United Methodist Church
2105 NC Hwy 62 E, Julian
Contact: Katherine Wilkerson
336-302-7464

September 17, 7am-9am
Country Breakfast Buffet

We will be serving a delicious home cooked Breakfast. You can enjoy visiting with friends and neighbors while helping the Civitan Club with community projects. Come one come all
Civitan Clubhouse
3157 Randolph Church Rd, Climax
Contact: Sarah Willard- 336-685-4890

Sept 17, 10am-2pm
Piedmont Triad Farmer's Market

Support the SPCA of the Triad
Just FUR Fun Day
2914 Sandy Ridge Rd
Lots of crafts, vendors & fun!

Sept 21-25
Mayberry Days

Festival celebrating the Andy Griffith Show
Crafts, food, music & actors and lots of fun.
Mount Airy, NC
www.visitmayberry.com

Tue, Sep 20, 6:30-7:30pm
Winter Interest Gardens - Fall is for Planting
Guilford Co-Op Extension, 3309 Burlington Rd, Greensboro
Of course spring and summer gardens are beautiful, and the fallís foliage colors are unsurpassed. But which plants have special characteristics that add interest to your landscape in the winter? Join us to discuss choosing and growing some of the many wonderful plants that thrive in our Piedmont yards, and can also make your winter garden more captivating and unique.
336-641-2400
www.guilford.ces.ncsu.edu/events/

September 23-24
Liberty Antiques Festival

September 24, 9am-noon
Pet Day Low Cost Rabies Shots
All Guilford County Residents Welcome

Protect your pet and family from the threat of rabies. One year rabies vaccine only $5 and three year rabies vaccine only $10 (proof animal is current on rabies vaccination is required for 3 year vaccine). Micro-chipping $26.
Please note that all services are cash only.
Pleasant Garden Town Hall
4920 Alliance Church Rd, PG
Contact: Tracy Cooper
astclerk@pleasantgarden.net
336-674-3002
www.pleasantgarden.net

September 24, 11am-3pm
10th Annual CharMar Alpaca Farm Day

Free crafts for children.
Featured fiber artist Ruth Hutton will do demos on how to work with alpaca farm - spinning, dyeing, felting.
Feed the alpacas, ducks, turkeys, chickens and guineas. Come see our new alpacas!
Assortment of vendors and visit our farm store.
Admission free we just ask you to bring a canned food or non-perishable for the Shiloh UMC Food Bank. Shiloh UMC will also sell refreshments as a fund raiser
3846 Randolph Church Road, Liberty
Contact: Marion Snider, mppumpkin@aol.com or call 336-509-7747

September 24, 11am
ClydeFEST
173 Bynum Hill Road
Pittsboro, NC
Admission is free for kids under 2, $3 for kids 3-11, and $7 for folks over 12.

September 24, 3pm
Brunswick Stew $6.50 qt

Tabernacle UMC
5721 Methodist Rd GSO
Jane 336-674-2941

Sept. 24, 11am-7pm
Annual Fish Fry

$10 per plate, includes flounder, slaw, hushpuppies, fries, drink & dessert.
Eat in or drive-thru Take out
Mt. Hope Fire Dept
6651 Holts Store Rd., Julian
Call Lydia at (336) 263-4670 for large orders

October 1, 8am-4pm
FREE Dental Clinic

Dental cleanings, fillings for cavities and broken teeth, simple extractions offered to individuals who live in the Southeast community that do not have dental insurance or access through Medicaid. Appointments are offered on a first come, first serve basis.
Pleasant Garden Baptist Church
1415 Neelley Road, Pleasant Garden
Contact: Kim McDowell kimm77@bellsouth.net

Oct 6-9
38th annual Tri-State Sculpture Conference
This conference is designed to meet the needs and interests of sculptors and educators working in a variety of 3-D media, including metal, clay, glass, fibers, stone and mixed media. It will be a valuable educational experience that includes not only technical information, but marketing and business information as well.
Seagrove, NC
www.tristatesculptors.org/

October 8, 8:00am-1:30pm
Centre Friends Country Market

Biscuits, home canned green beans, tomatoes, jams, baked items, handmade crafts, yard art, Christmas decorations, and BBQ for lunch.
(BBQ shoulders order in advance: 336-674-5081)
Bring a friend!
Centre Friends Meeting
325 NC Hwy62E
Greensboro
Contact: Hazel Carroll
hjcar@bellsouth.net
336-674-2792

Oct. 15, 8am-1pm
Julian Fire & Rescue Yard/Bake and Hotdog Sale

Time to clean out those closets and cabinets and make some money!  If you would like to reserve a spot/table for $5.00 call 622-4321
We will also have sausage biscuits and drinks for sale.
Julian Fire and Rescue Department
4317 Folger Rd, Julian
Table Contact: Alda Brown 336-622-4321

Oct.15, 9am-4pm
3rd Annual Fall Extravaganza

Household items, clothes, homemade items.
Hot Dogs, Fries, Drinks & Desserts for sale.
Perfect time for Holiday Shopping!
Space call: Lydia at 336- 263-4670
Mt. Hope Fire Dept
6651 Holts Store Rd, Julian

October 16, 1-5:30pm
American Red Cross Blood Drive

Shiloh United Methodist Church
7394 Shiloh Road, Liberty

October 22, 5pm-9pm
Julian Lion's Club Mayor Race

Details: Children Games, Food, Silent Auction & Auction
Julian Lion's Club
7323 Colonial Trading Path Rd, Julian
Contact: Judy Keck
JudyKeck55@gmail.com
336-685-4148
www.julianlionsclub.org

Oct. 31, 5:30-8:30pm
Annual Trunk or Treat

Hot Dogs, Fries, Drinks and Desserts will be for sale.
Bring children out for a safe way to enjoy Halloween Treats!
Pick your trunk spot 4:30-5:15pm
Mt. Hope Fire Dept
6651 Holts Store Rd, Julian

Nov 18-Dec10
Fill the Fire Truck for Toys for Tots

Every child should feel the spirit of the Holidays!
New toy drop off:
Mt. Hope Fire Dept
6651 Holts Store Rd, Julian

Monthly Events


Southeast Business Association
www.SECBA.org
1st Thursday of the month, 6pm guests are welcome.
Please check the web site for meeting place.


Southeast Guilford Community Association
www.southeastguilford.org
2nd Thursday of the month 7pm
Alamance Presbyterian Church
4000 Presbyterian Road

WEEKLY Wed 10:30am & Thur: 7pm
Learning about Natural Wellness using Essential Oils

School House Oils
Forest Oaks Shopping Center
5315-G Liberty Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Drew Grim
drew@schoolhouseoils.com
336-669-8173

3rd Sat 9-10am
Julian UMC Food Pantry

The Food Pantry provides food boxes to families in the
SE Guilford County and Liberty areas.
2105 NC HWY 62 East, Julian
Contact: Katherine Wilkerson
kawilkerson@hotmail.com
336-302-7464

Monday & Thursday Evenings
Small Group Fitness Training
Open to the public all welcomed
Beginner: 5:45 pm. Build strength, endurance, balance and flexibility.
Advanced: 7:00 pm. More challenging training methods
Forest Oaks Country Club
Contact: Karen Hendrix Coretpf@gmail.com
336-708-1385

Tuesday 10am & Wed 6pm
Gentle Yoga and Active Stretch
Open to the public all welcomed
Designed to increase balance, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance
Forest Oaks Country Club
Contact: Karen Hendrix Coretpf@gmail.com
336-708-1385


Salty Dogs Senior Group
Get up and out of the house. Monthly meetings with bus outings.
Call Laura McCallister (336) 674-3784
They meet at: Southeast Baptist Church
5011 Liberty Road, Greensboro


Senior Luncheon, FREE Monthly
Free catered lunch, age 60 and up.
10:00am the 1st Tuesday of the month
Southeast in the Moriah UMC, 3611 Liberty Rd.
10:00am the 3rd Tuesday of the month
Pleasant Garden UMC 4834 Pleasant Garden Rd
Helping seniors maintain their independence!
Senior Resources of Guilford
More info: 336-754-2106


Tuesday's 10am
Prayer Time
A weekly prayer for specific needs around the community and the church.
Southeast Baptist Church
5011 Liberty Road, Greensboro
www.gosoutheast.org/prayer-concerns

Sign Language Classes
Contact: Mr. Alston 336-834-7162
morticianjr@yahoo.com


Southeast Christian Women's Club Luncheon
Third Wednesday every month, 11:15 - 1pm
Forest Oaks CC
Cost $11.00 Reservations required:
Joyce Marshall 621-0682 or 312-9363


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