Monthly Events

Thrift Store
Please stop by the PGUMC Thrift store this month and join us in celebrating fall. Sales galore! Open Tuesday and Thursday, 10am to 12noon and the 1st and 3rd Sat 10am to 1pm.
You will find the best bargains in town.
Pleasant Garden Rd, PG

North Carolina State Parks continue Hike NC, a series of more than 60 free guided hikes across North Carolina's state parks, nature preserves and your local community parks.
Each hike will be led by the state's top hiking and nature experts.

Oct-Nov 20
Live Christmas Tree Orders
 Frazier firs 5-10 feet larger available, 16"-22" wreaths, 20 foot white pine garland.
You can order online or  336-674-2941.
Order by Nov 20,  Pick up Nov 24
Tabernacle Church ball field
We appreciate your support for our Honduras mission teams!

Saturday, October 21, 7am-1pm
Fall Yard Sale & Apple Pies
Apple Fried Pies, Breakfast Biscuits, Hot Dogs, Baked Goods & Yard Sale. Rent a yard sale space (bring your own table) $5.00. For 12 or more fried pies please place your order by Thursday October 19.
Burnetts Chapel United Methodist Church
1211 Burnetts Chapel Rd. at Old Randleman Rd. GSO
Contact: 336-674-0075 Or Leave your name, phone and the number of pies or reserve space

October, 21, 7-9am
Country Breakfast Buffet
Come and visit friends and family and enjoy a delicious country breakfast, while at the same time helping with support our Civitan projects!
Civitan Clubhouse
3157 Randolph Church Rd, Climax
Contact: Sarah Willard- 336-685-4890

Oct 21, 9am-6pm
Stokesdale Fall Festive Craft Fair
90 vendors and food trucks
8407 Stokesdale St, Stokesdale

October 21, 10am-2pm
Farmer's Market & Hot Dog Lunch
Join us for a community Farmer's Market and Arts/Craft Fair and Hot Dog Lunch. Variety of vendors. Items for sale include Fall and Christmas items, 9" chicken pies, pottery, crafts, jewelry, clothing, baked goods, health and wellness items, along with fresh grown vegetables. Dine in for lunch or carry out.
Mt. Hope United Church of Christ
2400 Mt. Hope Church Rd, Whitsett
Contact: Lisa Moser 336-500-1631
Barbara Greeson

Oct 21, 11am-5pm
Harvest Food Truck Challenge
Live music and fun!
134 Mountain St, Kernersville

October 21, 11am-5pm
1st Annual Fire Dept Chili Cook-Off & Fall Festival
Firemen will be participating in a chili cook-off followed by a chili tasting for community attendees. Fall festival games, fire & safety education raffles and festival foods.
Donations at entrance to support Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center / Brenner Children's Hospital Firefighter Burn Fund.
sponsored by Servpro Greensboro
Pleasant Garden Community Center
5024 Alliance Church Rd, PG
Contact: Kathy Coble 336-317-4674

Oct. 21, 4:30pm-7pm
Chicken, baked beans, slaw, rolls, dessert, tea
Price: $8.00
Proceeds are to support the UMM projects including, backpack program and other community needs.
Shiloh UMC
7394 Shiloh Rd, Liberty
(off of HWY 421 & Shiloh Rd. at the Julian intersection)
Contact: Anna 336-209-1069

Sunday, Oct. 22, 1-5:30pm
American Red Cross Blood Drive
Call to schedule an appointment and walk-in's welcomed
Shiloh United Methodist Church
7394 Shiloh Rd, Liberty
(HWY 421 & Shiloh Rd at the Julian intersection)
Contact: Lori 336-908-1444 or Anna 336-209-1069

Thursday, October 26, time tba

Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser
Good Food & Great Fellowship
Bethlehem United Methodist Church
6103 Appomattox Rd, Climax

Sat, October 28, afternoon time tba
Community Day

Keep Pleasant Garden Fab-boo-lous
Pumpkin Patch, Face Painting, Games & Food
Town Hall Pleasant Garden
4920 Alliance Church Road

Sat, Oct 28, 7:30-9:30am
Big Country Breakfast!
Pleasant Garden UMC
$6 (kids 3-10 $3)
sponsored by: PG Lions
Come join us good food, good fellowship and a good cause!
A portion of the proceeds will be used for Community Flags!
Tickets: from any Lion, at the door or
Barbara Thompson 336-339-6943

October 28, 5-7pm
Brunswick Stew Sale
Red Cross Civitans
We will cook it if you will come! Come by any time during the day and visit us and we will let you stir the stew!!
Take outs only. $7.00 per quart.
Bethel Methodist Church
New Salem Road & Bethel Church Rd, Climax
Contact: Sarah Willard- 336-685-4890

October 28, 6-8pm
Y Halloween Funfest

Come out dressed in your best costume for a night of family, friends and lots of fun!
Admission: 1 bag of nut-free candy please!
Activities to include, archery, bounce house, hay ride, trick-or-treating and MORE!
Camp Weaver
4924 Tapawingo Trail, GSO
Contact: Jessica James 336-697-0525

October 29, 4-7pm
Fall Fun Festival
FREE EVENT Open to the Community
Activities include: bounce house, poke a pumpkin, pumpkin toss, corn hole, balloon dart, pumpkin roll race, photo booth, face painting, water pong, apple bobbing, dessert walk, hay ride & fire truck.
Food:  chicken stew, sandwiches, and beverage
Mt. Hope United Church of Christ
2400 Mt. Hope Church Rd, Whitsett
Contact: Lisa Moser 336-500-1631

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

Come safely trick or treat in our church parking lot from lots of trunks. Free hotdog supper inside fellowship hall.
Tabernacle UMC
5721 Methodist Rd, GSO
Contact: Amy Ehrhardt 336-908-0117

October 31, 6pm
Boo Bash

Community-wide Halloween event free food, games, and fun!
Bethlehem UMC
6103 Appomattox Road Climax
Contact: Rev. Melissa F. Swofford 336-674-0155

5 Daylight Savings time ends gain 1 hour of sleep
7 General Election Day
11 Veteran's Day
13 Caregiver Appreciation Day
13 Sadie Hawkins Day
16 Great American Smokeout
20 Universal Children's Day
23 Thanksgiving Day
24 Black Friday

Nov 3-5
Holiday Market
Greensboro Coliseum

November 4, 8am-1pm
Glenwood United Methodist Church Bazaar
White Elephant Sale, Silent Auction, Scarves, Costume Jewelry, Crafts, Baked Goods and Much More. Breakfast will also be available.
Glenwood UMC
1417 Glenwood Ave, GSO
Contact: Church Office 336-274-7086

November 4, 8am-2pm
Tabernacle UMC Mini Market
Start your holiday shopping early! Market features include a variety of hand crafted items including but not limited to embroidery items, hand crafted ornaments, painted board signs, decorative candles, girls flower crowns, chicken pies, note cards, Christmas cards, blankets, wood turned items, pens, home decor, stocking stuffers and much, much more!
5721 Methodist Rd, GSO
Contact: Gayle Price 36-763-2001

November 4, 6pm - 11pm
Southeast Guilford High School Class of '77 Reunion
40th Year Reunion and wants to invite everyone from our Class to attend. Please share this information with your fellow classmates!
Location: Sheraton Greensboro at Four Seasons Mall
Wesley Clark,, 919-272-2080
Register and purchase tickets:

November 4, 4-7:30pm
Chicken Pie & BBQ Supper
Dine in or take-out - plates $10; BBQ by pound $7
Bazaar begins at 4pm with baked goods, fall and Christmas items, and many others
Portion of profits go to assist flood victims
Mt. Hope United Church of Christ
2400 Mt. Hope Church Rd, Whitsett
Contact: Barbara Greeson

November 4, 8am-11am
Breakfast Fundraiser
Come have a good breakfast. Donations accepted. Proceeds go to various church projects.
Welkers Crossroads Evangelical Methodist
3829 Old Julian Rd, Julian
Contact: Contact Rev. John Phillips, 336-266-9235,

Saturday, November 4, 9-1pm
Alamance Community Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary BBQ
$8.00 per container
$3.00 per bottle of sauce
Alamance Fire Department
4108 Presbyterian Rd, GSO
Contact: 336-697-0572

November 5
Daylight Savings time ends (fall back)

November 7
Election Day

November 10, 7:30pm-9pm
11th 11am-12:30pm & 2pm-3:30pm 12th, 2pm-3:30pm

Drama Center Children's Theatre Presents: "The Comedy of Errors"
Finally, a show for all ages!! This hilarious Shakespearean comedy features mistaken identities, wild mishaps and slapstick farce. The play is perfect for everyone.
Tickets are $8 and can be purchased at the door.
Odell Auditorium Greensboro College
815 West Market St, GSO
Contact: Rosina Whitfield

Saturday, November 11, 11am
Veterans Day Ceremony
The general public is invited to this special event to honor our heroes. The ceremony and parking are free and lawn chairs are encouraged.
Carolina Field of Honor
Triad Park
9652 W. Market St.
Kernersville, NC 27284

November 12, 2-3pm
Veterans Appreciation
PGBC Honor Guard, SEHS ROTC, PGE Choir, PG Lions Club, PGFD and the Town of Pleasant Garden will recognize the contributions of all veterans and their families. Ceremony will start at PGE then progress to the wreath laying at PGBC Veterans Memorial and conclude with reception. Seven WWII Veterans will be recognized by the State of North Carolina.
Pleasant Garden Elementary School
4833 Pleasant Garden Rd, PG
Contact: Tracy Cooper, Pleasant Garden Assistant Clerk 336-674-3002

Tuesday, November 14, 10am-8pm
Merry Merry Market
Featuring unique small businesses based throughout NC. All handmade!
​Revolution Mill Events Center
1000 Revolution Mill Dr, GSO

November 16
Great American Smokeout

November 16, 6:30-7:30pm
Self Defense Class
Instructor with Octagon & Krav Maga
The cost is $2 location: PG Elementary
Sponsor: PG Elementary service learning project
"Get Fit with Pleasant Garden"

November 17-December 9
Fill the Truck Toy Drive
Our yearly effort to make sure all children have a gift on Christmas morning! Bring a new, unwrapped toy by the station. Every year this is a bigger and bigger donation of toys to local kids, please continue to help us in this effort.
Mt Hope Fire Dept.
6651 Holts Store Rd, Julian
Contact: Lydia Moser (336) 263-4670

November 18, 9am-2pm
Smithwood Christian Church Annual Fall Bazaar
Annual Fall Bazaar, Saturday, November 18, 9am-2pm BBQ by the pound, plates, & sandwiches, hot dogs, biscuits, baked goods, handmade crafts, canned goods, & yard sale items. Handmade quilt to be given away at 2pm. Tickets $1 each or 6 for $5. Women's Fellowship has Cookbooks for $12. Come shop for Thanksgiving and Christmas!
Smithwood Christian Church
6809 Kimesville Road, Liberty

November 19
Holiday Festival Parade
High Point

November 23
Happy Thanksgiving

November 24
Black Friday

November 24-26
Carousel Holiday Gift Market
250+ exhibitors from across the Southeast, thousands of one-of-a-kind items and unique gifts! Santa will be there all three days!
NC State Fairgrounds

November 27
Cyber Monday

December 1, 6-9pm
Festival of Lights

December 2, 9am-4pm
Christmas Holiday Shoppe Craft Show
65 talented artisans and crafters from throughout North Carolina. Raffle, holiday music, bake sale, the Candy Cane Coffee Bar and the Reindeer Cafe. Free admission.
St. Thomas More Catholic Church
940 Carmichael St, Chapel Hill
Contact: Joanne Vance

December 2 @noon
Greensboro Christmas Parade

December 3, 3-5pm
PG Christmas Parade & Tree Lighting
39th annual parade featuring; marching bands, dance teams, performance teams, assorted floats and vintage cars. Parade will conclude with tree lighting, visit with Santa & prize raffle from Lions Club. Food trucks & family fun activities.
Parade start: Pleasant Garden Road & Ryegate
Parade end: Pleasant Garden Road & Neelley Road
Tree Lighting: Pleasant Garden Fire Department
Contact: Tracy Cooper, Pleasant Garden Assistant Clerk
(336) 674-3002

December 9, 10am-2pm
Mt Hote Fire Dept. Cookies with Santa
Our 2nd holiday season, we will be having Santa stop by the fire station at 6651 Holts Store Rd., Julian to visit with the children. They can have a cookie and some milk/juice, talk with Santa and even get a candy cane with a special surprise from Santa.
Mt Hope Fire Dept
6651 Holts Store Rd, Julian
Contact: Lydia Moser (336) 263-4670

Sat, December 16, 6pm
Stoney Creek Jingle Balls 5k
5K Walk/Run Fundraiser
The 5K will end at the Shoppes at Stoney Creek where there will be water and light refreshments as well as music provided by DJ Jack Freeman! Ferguson's Bottles and Taps will have adult beverages for purchase. Food Trucks will be onsite to purchase additional food options.
Prizes will be given for the Best participant costume, Best Doggie Costume, and First participant to cross the finish line!
Proceeds from this event will go to Cone Health Cancer Center at Alamance Regional Patricia Bynum Fund.
Stoney Creek Golf Club
911 Golf House Rd E, Whitsett
Register & Details:

December 21
Downtown Greensboro

Monthly Events

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

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

Mondays & Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30pm
Open to ALL ages and fitness levels! $5 per class for drop-ins or $20 for five classes. Contact Janet Holland 336-508-5764.
Bethlehem United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
6103 Appomattox Rd, Climax
Contact: Janet Holland

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

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

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

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
Calendar provided by: SE gazette