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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


NOW-August
Rent a Wrestler

SE Guilford wrestlers are available for any jobs that you may have around your house. Please contact Coach Carter for details at carterj@gcsnc.com
Guilford, Randolph & Alamance Counties
Contact: Todd Carter 336-674-4280

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


NOW-Aug 8
Town of PG Fall Soccer

Register at Town Hall during normal hours.
Saturdays July 30th & August 6th.
Deadline August 8
Pleasant Garden Town Hall
4920 Alliance Church Rd, PG
Contact: 336-674-3002

July 24, 11am
Homecoming

Memorials, special music, covered dish dinner.
Level Cross UMC
10142 US Hwy 220 Business North, Level Cross

July 24-31, 2pm & 7pm
Bethlehem UMC 163rd Camp Meeting

All welcome come sit under the historic arbor and listen to some inspiring messages. Our guest preachers: 2pm Rev. Glenda Bennett, 7pm Rev. Arnetta Beverly.
Bethlehem United Methodist Church
6103 Appomattox Road, Climax
336-674-0155

July 24, 6-7:30pm
Free Arts Splash Concert

Big Ron Hunter (Blues)
Washington Terrace Park
101 Gordon Street, High Point

July 30, 9am-3pm
Egypt Vacation Bible School

Joseph: From Prison to Palace
Skits, Music, Games, Crafts and Water War!
Welker's Crossroads EMC
3829 Old Julian Road, Julian
Contact: Pastor Phillips 336-698-0108
www.welkersemc.com

July 31, 1pm
Gospel Singing

Everyone is invited to attend
Featuring the Joyful Sounds
Macdeonia Baptist Church
7881 Old 421 Rd. Liberty
Contact: Helen Shepherd 336-685-9592

July 31, 10:30am-6pm
Community Family & Friends Day

Food, Fun, and Fellowship! Join Us for Community Family & Friends Day. Come as you are, casual dress code, young adult and kid friendly environment! Music by Worship Band, Singing and Dancing by Worship & Arts Ministry. Outdoor Fun includes Inflatables! All are Welcome! Bring a Friend!
4401 Alliance Church Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Cheryl Herring clherring1@gmail.com
336-676-7033
www.healinghurtinghearts.net

July 31, 6-7:30pm
Free Arts Splash Concert

The Robertson Boys (Bluegrass)
High Point Museum & Historical Park
1859 E. Lexington Avenue, High Point

Aug 2, 6pm
Randleman Road Business Association

National Night Out
Spring Valley Shopping Center
Free Food, Music & Fun
Contact Glenn 336-207-1744

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

8/3 Jake Book
8/10 Music Academy of North Carolina
8/17 Daniel Ayers
8/24 Thick-N-Thin
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

August 7, 6-7:30pm
Free Arts Splash Concert

UltimaNota (Latin)
High Point City Lake Park
602 W. Main Street, Jamestown

NOW - August 27
Crowns

This stand-up-and-testify musical is a soul stirring tribute to the unique cultural phenomenon that fuses faith with fashion by celebrating African-American women and their church hats. This inspirational story will lift your spirits and enlighten the younger folk on the unique history and spiritual pride associated with the "crowns" of the strong women of the South.
The Barn Dinner Theatre
336-292-2211
120 Stage Coach Trail, Greensboro
www.barndinner.com

August 13, 11am-2pm
Moriah UMC Hot Dog sale
Come enjoy a great hot dog with all the trimmings and homemade desserts. Proceeds support missions in and around our community.
3611 Liberty Road, Greensboro
Contact: Cindy Michael
336-273-1006

August 14, 6-7:30pm
Free Arts Splash Concert

Dom Flemons (Folk/ Traditional)
GTCC Amphitheater
901 S. Main Street, High Point

Aug 14
Carolina Weddings Show

GSO Coliseum
336-373-7400
1921 West Gate City Blvd, Greensboro
www.greensborocoliseum.com

Aug 14
Greensboro Roller Derby

GSO Coliseum
336-373-7400
1921 West Gate City Blvd, Greensboro
www.greensborocoliseum.com

Aug 15-22
Wyndham

Sedgefield Country Club

Aug 18-21
Carolina Kennel Club Dog Show

GSO Coliseum
336-373-7400
1921 West Gate City Blvd, Greensboro
www.greensborocoliseum.com

Friday, August 19, 7pm
Brian Free & Assurance

Details & Tickets: www.pgbc.com
Pleasant Garden Baptist Church
1415 Neelley Road, PG

Growing the Green Way Fall Classes
Thur, Aug 18, 6:30pm
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


Sat Aug 20, 9am-1pm
Bee Friendly to Bees Day
3309 Burlington Rd, Greensboro
Bring your family and join the Master Gardeners festival of honey bees and native bees with fun learning activities for all ages. See a working hive, make a bee hotel, learn about good bugs, go on a scavenger hunt and take home a plant, talk to beekeepers, have your face painted, act like a bee and pollinate, learn how to use insecticides, buy bee-friendly native plants and nature books, learn about worm composting, try foods made with honey or that have been bee-pollinated, have a hot dog, and lots more.
336-641-2400
www.guilford.ces.ncsu.edu/events/
 

August 20, 9-10 AM
Julian UMC Food Pantry

Distribution of food boxes to families in the SE Guilford County and Liberty areas.
Julian UMC
2105 NC Hwy 62 E, Julian
Contact: Katherine Wilkerson 336-302-7464

August 21, 5 PM
Back-to-school Bash

Free hot dog supper with ice cream
School supplies give-away to the children
Julian UMC
2105 NC Hwy 62 E, Julian
Contact: Sandra McNiel 36-848-0524

Tue, Aug 23, 6:30-7:30pm
Fall Vegetable Gardening: Extending the Harvest
Guilford County Cooperative Extension 3309 Burlington Road Greensboro
End of summer is the time to plan and plant for our gardenís third productive season! Vegetable gardening for the year does not have to end with the tomatoes and cucumbers. Letís talk timing, to maximize your gardenís yield with fall and even winter crops. Weíll also discuss season extenders and other tips and techniques to keep your garden growing well past the first frost.
336-641-2400
www.guilford.ces.ncsu.edu/events/

August 26-28
IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship

Premier technologically advanced cars, from Lamborghini to Corvette to BMW.
VIRginia International Raceway
1245 Pine Tree Rd, Alton, VA
www.virnow.com/events

Aug 27-28
Greensboro Gun & Knife Show

GSO Coliseum
336-373-7400
1921 West Gate City Blvd, Greensboro
www.greensborocoliseum.com


Aug 26-28
IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship

Premier technologically advanced cars, from Lamborghini to Corvette to BMW.
VIRginia International Raceway
1245 Pine Tree Rd, Alton, VA
http://virnow.com/events/

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

August 27, 7-9am
Country Breakfast Buffett

Come enjoy a wonderful country Breakfast Buffett, Spend time with neighbors, family & Friends and at the same time help support the community!
Red Cross Civitan Clubhouse
3157 Randolph Church Rd, Climax

MONDAY, August 29
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL 2016-2017

Guilford County Schools
Randolph County Schools
Alamance-Burlington Schools

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 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/

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 13, 10am
Pleasant Garden Community Readers

We will share our choice of titles.
Pleasant Garden Town Hall
4920 Alliance Church Rd, PG
Contact: 336-202-3417

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 26-27
Liberty Antiques Festival

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/


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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