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More Free Events in the Piedmont Triad! All details on our calendar here!
FREE - no admission charge but there may be items and/or food/drinks for sale
$ cost of admission under $20 for a family of four
$$ cost of admission over $20 for a family of four
BURL Halloween Bash 2016
GSO Family Fun Night
HP Trunk or Treat
GSO Merry Merry Market
WS The Singer/Songwriter Series - Some Devil
WS First Friday Gallery Hop
LEX Free Zumba® Class 5 Year Anniversary
WS Fall Choir Concert
KVILLE Southern Charm at the Farm
GSO Kids Klub in the Park
WS Saturday ART Jam
ARCH Autumn Music at Creekside Park
The Santa Train in the Triad
What a fun day trip! Not free, but it's hard to beat a train ride with Santa. Tickets sell quick! 🎅 Click here for more details.
Blanket Collection for the Homeless Begins
Sponsored by Piedmont Triad Living. This is our third year collecting blankets for the homeless. This year we will also collect socks, gloves, hats and other outwear. Drop off items at Maple Springs UMC on Reynolda Road or Miroir Studios on Burke Street in Winston-Salem. All donations will be distributed to the homeless by the Winston-Salem Police Department Bicycle Patrol.
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Events calendar for Alamance, Caswell, Davie, Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry and Yadkin Counties in the Piedmont Triad of North Carolina.
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Join Piedmont Environmental Alliance for the organization's Annual Meeting on November 15 at 6pm at Temple Emanuel.
Mingle with community members over beer, wine and snacks, participate in a lively environmental debate with Wake Forest University's nationally ranked Wake Debate team, find out who will receive our awards for Volunteer and Green Business of the Year, and get a behind-the-scenes report on PEA's work to inspire change through environmental education.
After the meeting, join TEEM for a screening of The Magical Forest, a documentary about the planet's great ecosystems and why they're vital for all life.
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is encouraged.
Piedmont Environmental Alliance inspires people to make choices that protect and restore the environment. Our youth education programs inspire young people in the Piedmont Triad to become the activists, environmentalists, and scientists who will solve the complex issues facing the planet. Our Earth Day Fair is THE event for celebrating sustainability and green living in the region, with great food and music, activities for adults and kids, and wonderful exhibitors and sponsors. Learn more at www.peanc.org
As you know, Hurricane Matthew brought catastrophic flooding to the eastern part of our state. If you would like to help, Maple Springs United Methodist Church in Winston-Salem will be the collection point for flood buckets. These buckets will be collected from churches across our district.
Buckets can be dropped off at Maple Springs at 2569 Reynolda Road (between WFU and Polo Road). Collection will take place October 24-October 31.
The UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) Mission Response Team in the eastern part of the state is scheduled to pick up the buckets on Monday, October 31.
Please see the list for cleaning bucket materials below. If you wish to make a monetary donation you can do this in three ways:
As a reminder, 100% of all donations to UMCOR go directly to the project specified.
Cleaning Bucket Materials
Place all liquid items in the bucket first. Place remaining items in the bucket, fitting them around and between the liquid items. Sponges, scouring pads, clothespins, and trash bags can be separated in order to fit all of the items in the bucket. Ensure the lid is closed securely.