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Crafter Registration is now open for Oct 11th, SE Fun Fest 2014!

Friday, October 3, 5pm-9pm
Fall Festival & 1st Friday

Center City Park
200 N Elm St, Greensboro

October 4, 1pm
Bethlehem Brunswick & Chicken Stew

Morning Sausage & Ham Biscuits, Lunch Hot Dogs, Homemade Desserts & Country Store. Stew $6.50 qt.
Bethlehem United Methodist Church
6103 Appomattox Road, Climax

October 4, 8am
2nd Annual Skeeter Bike Ride: Malaria Net Fundraiser

Church Track: 5, 10, 35 or 50 miles.
$25 Individual, $35 Families of 2 or more, Kids under 8 are free.
Register online at:
Tabernacle United Methodist Church
5721 Methodist Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Laurie Scotton,

October 4, 9am-2pm
Town of Pleasant Garden Health Fair

Blood pressure, Diabetes, Vision & Hearing screenings.
Flu shots $15
Town Hall
4920 Alliance Church Road, PG
Phone: 336-674-3002

October 6, 4-6pm
North Carolina Cooperative Extension 100

Local farmers and chefs will be offering taste tests. You can shop for local specialties items, from ice cream to beef and everything in between. There will also be exhibitions of antique farm equipment versus new & cooking demonstrations.
Guilford County Agricultural Center
3309 Burlington Road, Greensboro

Oct 6
Child Health Day

Tuesday, October 7, 11am
All welcome join us for a luncheon at the GTCC Culinary School
Cost is $7.00 per person
MUST Register contact: church office at (336) 674-9861
Southeast Baptist Church
5011 Liberty Road, Greensboro

Oct 8
Full Moon

Oct 9, Nov 13 & Dec 11, 7-9pm
Ladies Fun Night!
FREE to everyone, so invite family members, friends and neighbors.
An evening of playing games, cards, and visiting with friends, old and new.
Community in Christ Presbyterian church
5401 Liberty Rd, Greensboro
Judy Osborne, 336-674-1144 or e-mail at

October 10th, 17th, 31st
5th Quarter, SEGH Home Games!

Food, Fellowship, Fun!
Join us at Tabernacle UMC after each Southeast Guilford High School home football game. On nights when the weather is clear we meet on the softball field with a bonfire, if it is raining, then join us inside the fellowship hall.
5721 Methodist Road, Greensboro
Contact: Justin Cabe (Youth Pastor)

Oct 10 - 26

From small town Virginia, to the bright lights of Carnegie Hall, Patsy Cline's legend is a monument to ambition, grace, and talent. This moving tribute to a dazzling star lost at the peak of her career features classics like: "Walkin' After Midnight", "Sweet Dreams", and "Crazy", Experience the magic of an unforgettable woman and an unforgettable voice.
Tickets: 800-668-1764
Barn Dinner Theatre
120 Stage Coach Trail, Greensboro

Oct 11th SE Fun Fest!

October 11, 8:30am-1pm
Centre Friends Country Market

Homegrown canned goods, arts/crafts, ornaments, baked items & silent auction. Breakfast and lunch cars and tractors weather permitting.
Centre Friends Meeting
325 NC 62 East, Greensboro
Contact: 336-674-5081

Pre-register by Sept. 26
October 11, 9-11:30am

1st Annual 5K Color Run/Walk
P.G.H.S. is hosting their first color run!
Pre-register $25, day of the event for $30.
This is a closed course run, no highways, using the cross country trail at the school. Lots of fun!
5555 Mack Lineberry Road, Climax
Lexie Wright 336-685-5925

October 11, 11am-2pm
Hot Dog Sale

Come and enjoy a great hot dog and desserts. Proceeds support our missions.
Moriah UMC
3611 Liberty Road, Greensboro

October 11, 5pm
Civitan Old Fashioned Brunswick Stew
$7.00 QT, no pre-order needed.
Made & sold:
Bethlehem United Methodist Church
6103 Appomattox Road, Climax
Contact: Sarah Willard 685-4890

October 11, 6pm
Festival of Tables

Ladies, please join us for dinner and an evening of entertainment! Seats are available for $15.00 Contact Janice Horney (336-685-4245) to reserve a seat.
Tabernacle United Methodist Church
5721 Methodist Church Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Janice Horney (336-685-4245)

October 11, 9-11:30am
1st Annual 5K Color Run/Walk
P.G.H.S. is hosting their first color run!
Day of the event for $30.
This is a closed course run, no highways, using the cross country trail at the school. Lots of fun!
5555 Mack Lineberry Road, Climax
Lexie Wright 336-685-5925

Sunday, October 12, 10:55am
Homecoming PGUMC

Speaker Dr. Steve Martin & covered dish meal.
4834 Pleasant Garden Road, Pleasant Garden
Contact: Church Office 674-5711

Oct 13
Columbus Day

October 13, 9am Tee Off
Greensboro/Guilford Crime Stoppers 22nd Annual Golf Tournament
Come on out and support this worth while community partnership program! Our average player attendance is 144! The annual tournament is our biggest fundraiser of the year and with average yearly reward payouts exceeding $30,000.00, your support is more important than ever!
Forest Oaks Country Club
4600 Forest Oaks Dr, Greensboro, NC 27406
Contact: Becky @ 574-4020

October 14, 10am-11am
Pleasant Garden Readers ALL welcome!
We will discuss Reading Lolita in Tehran. Copies available at Greensboro Public Library.
Pleasant Garden Town Hall
4920 Alliance Church Road
Contact: Wanda Linz,, 674-0555

Oct 15-Oct 30
Pumpkin Patch
4820 Pleasant Garden Road, PG

Oct 16
National Boss Day

Oct 18
Sweetest Day

October 18, 11am-1pm
Hot Dog Lunch
$5.00 special: 2 Hot Dogs, chips, drink & dessert
Make sure to try the Homemade Oatmeal Cookie or the Peach Cobbler!
Mt. Hope United Church of Christ
2400 Mt. Hope Church Road, Whitsett
Contact: Barbara Greeson 336-697-1930
Church: 336-697-1561

October 18, 3pm-7pm
Quaker Lake Camp Pumpkin Festival
Enjoy activities for all ages including hayrides, pumpkin painting, tower swing, inflatables, canoeing, pumpkin smashing, live music, games, and much more! Fill up on all of your festival favorites including hot dogs, pizza, funnel cakes, popcorn, cotton candy, and more! Admission: $2
1503 NC Highway 62 East, Climax, NC 27233
(336) 674-2321

October 18, 7-9a
Country Breakfast Buffet

Come out and enjoy a delicious country breakfast, visit with friends, family & neighbors while helping out the community!
Red Cross Civitan Clubhouse
3157 Randolph Church Rd, Climax
Contact: Sarah Willard 685-4890

Oct 18, 7am
Forest Oaks Yard Sale
Maps at the Liberty Rd entrance

October 18-23
High Point Fall Market

Monday, October 20, 1pm
Senior Adult Game Day Social & Lunch
Enjoy a game day social with several board and card games.
Lunch is $5.00 to register:
church: (336) 674-9861 or Laura McCallister (336) 674-3784
Southeast Baptist Church
5011 Liberty Road, Greensboro

Sat, October 23 - 6:30am-2pm
Fall Festival
Yard Sale, Bake Sale, Vendor Tables, Biscuits and Hot Dogs, Drinks, Pumpkins & Pumpkin Carving, Plant Sale, Face Painting
Pleasant Garden United Methodist Church
4834 Pleasant Garden Road
Pleasant Garden, NC
Contact: Debbie Williams, Church Office, 674-5711

Oct 24
United Nations Day

October 25, 9:30
1st Annual Corn Hole Tournament
Pleasant Garden Fire Department
Registration 9:30am, tournament 10:30am double elimination.
$20 Team pre-register by Oct 15th
$25 day of tournament
Pay-out for first - third!
Proceeds go to PG fire department firefighterís fund.
Concessions serving breakfast, lunch, and snacks.
Pre-register: Tim Williams 336-669-1764

October 26, 1-5:30pm
Shiloh UMC Blood Community Drive
To schedule your life-saving appointment, call Lori 908-1444
Shiloh UMC
7394 Shiloh Road
Liberty, NC 27298
Off Highway 421 & Ramseur-Julian Rd

Sunday, October 26, 1:00pm-5:30
Shiloh UMC Blood Drive

American Red Cross Blood Drive
Shiloh UMC
7394 Shiloh Rd, Liberty
(Shiloh Rd. is located off Highway 421 & Ramseur-Julian Rd.)
Appointment: Lori 908-1444

October 26, 6pm-8pm
Trunk or Treat
Pumpkin painting, fun and free activities for kids of every age.
New Covenant Church
4708 Alliance Church Rd, Pleasant Garden
Contact: Nikki Taylor

Oct 31 - Nov 23

In this hilarious comedic romp, four friends have sworn to keep the promise they made on the night of their Senior Prom: to be in each other's weddings... no matter what. More than thirty years later, these Southern friends-for-life are still making "the long walk" for each other, determined to honor that vow. Hop on this marriage-go-round for a laugh-out-loud journey as these bridesmaids navigate the choppy waters of love and matrimony while answering the question "Just how far are you willing to go to keep a promise to a friend?"
Tickets: 800-668-1764
Barn Dinner Theatre
120 Stage Coach Trail, Greensboro

Friday, October 31, 6:00-7:30pm
Trunk of Treats

FREE Trunk of Treats event enjoy candy, games, food and fun!
Southeast Baptist Church
5011 Liberty Road, Greensboro
Contact: (336) 674-9861

October 31, 5:30-7pm
Trunks of Treats

Come trick or treat from lots of trunks.
FREE Chick-Fil-A (fill out info card) and games for a small fee.
Tabernacle United Methodist Church
5721 Methodist Road, Greensboro

October 31
Camp Weaver

4924 Tapawingo Trail, Greensboro

Oct 31

November 1, 10am-3pm
Fall Festival 4 Corners Cart
Crafts and fun!
4 Corners Cart
4820 Pleasant Garden Road, Pleasant Garden
Vendor info: or

Nov 1, 4:30-7:00pm
BBQ Chicken Dinner
Includes: BBQ Chicken, vegetables, bread, dessert & tea.
Adults $8 Children $5
Proceeds our building fund.
Shiloh UMC
7394 Shiloh Road, Liberty
Off Highway 421 & Ramseur-Julian Rd.
Contact: Anna 209-1069

Nov 2
Daylight Saving Time Ends

Nov 6
Full Moon

Nov 7
First Friday
Art, music & meet the creative art community supporters.
Shop, art galleries, studios and museums.
Downtown Greensboro

November 8, 4pm-6pm
Live Fire Demonstration
Education on:
Smoke Detectors, Fire Behavior, New VS Old Construction & Fire department Operations
All members of the public are invited!
Alamance Community Fire Dept.
4108 Presbyterian Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Jake Dowd,  336-697-0572

Sunday, November 9
Veteranís Appreciation Day

November 26, 9am
Falcon Varsity Duals

Admission:$5 or $10 per family
4530 SE School Road. Greensboro

Nov 28 - Dec 16
Langston Hughes' heart-felt musical is the most entertaining way to relive the birth of Jesus Christ through the beat of the drum, the feet of high-energy dancers, and the souls of passionate storytellers. Enjoy the Nativity in a new light through great contemporary gospel music.
Tickets: 800-668-1764
Barn Dinner Theatre
120 Stage Coach Trail, Greensboro

Dec 5
First Friday
Art, music & meet the creative art community supporters.
Shop, art galleries, studios and museums.
Downtown Greensboro

Dec 6
Annual Holiday Craft Show
Jullian Lions Club
(behind the post office)

Dec 6
Full Moon

Sunday, December 7
Annual Christmas Parade
Town of Pleasant Garden

Monthly Events

Southeast Business Association
1st Thursday of the month, 6pm guests are welcome.
Please check the web site for meeting place:
Bonnie Kay Seafood or Moose Lodge

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

Senior Luncheon, FREE Monthly
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: 373-4816

Tuesdays-Weekly, 10am
Prayer Time
A weekly prayer for specific needs around the community and the church.
Southeast Baptist Church
5011 Liberty Road, Greensboro
Contact: Chris Phelps 336-674-9861

NOW-May 22, 7pm Mon-Thurs.
"Spring Shape Up" Group Exercise Classes
Great boot camp style work out using all the best Hagan-Stone park has to offer...Trails, Shelters, Play grounds. All ages and fitness levels welcome
Camp Joy Activity Center, Hagan-Stone Park, Pleasant Garden
Contact: Karen Hendrix 336.708.1385

Southeast Line Dancing

Creative N' ergy dance studio
Liberty Rd, Greensboro
Lauren Starr Haywood  336-686-4192

Sign Language Classes
Contact: Mr. Alston 336-834-7162

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

Mon & Wed , 7:30 pm
Bethlehem Fellowship Hall
Contact: Kaye Fry 336-674-0155

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9am and 7pm

Come and party yourself into shape!
Anda 5678 Dance Studio
4744 Pleasant Garden Rd, Pleasant Garden
Contact: Whitney Jones 336-314-6925

Sept 2 - May 30, 2015
Music Lessons - Piano, Voice, or Choir
Fees/times: Tami 336-674-6994

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