Monthly Events

NOW - August
Rent a Wrestler
Southeast Wrestling will once again be doing Rent a Wrestler to help with any type of odd jobs. Yard work, clean up, moving, demolition, etc.
Guilford County, Alamance County, Randolph County.
Contact: Todd Carter--email please, carterj@gcsnc.com
Call: 336-327-2151
 
Every Friday 8am-4pm
FREE Blood Pressure Checks
No appointments or waiting!
Public Health locations
1100 E. Wendover Ave, GSO
501 East Green Drive, High Point

Now-Sep 27
Food Truck Fridays
Center City Park, Greensboro

NOW
The Greensboro Fringe Festival is taking applications for its 18th Annual Festival to be held in January and February 2020. The Greensboro Fringe Festival is a Live Arts Festival that presents new theater, dance, and music. The deadline for receipt of the application is September 6th, 2019. For more information please contact the festival at 336-549-7431 or gsofringefest@gmail.com.
Applications are free and can be found at www.greensborofringefestival.org

August 17, 8am
Cars & Coffee GSO
1720 West Gate City Blvd, GSO
https://tinyurl.com/yyxmtqud

August 17, 9am-3pm
Bikers 4 Boobs Breast Cancer Ride
Register 9am: Riding High Harley-Davidson
3036 NC HWY 68, High Point, $20.00 per bike.
2 hr ride through Guilford & Randolph County country.
Live music, from Red Dirt Revival. Food and 50/50 tickets all bikes are welcome. 100% of the proceeds going to Randolph Health Cancer Center mammogram fund.
https://tinyurl.com/y2cxruzw

Saturday, August 17th from 7:00-9:00am
Red Cross Civitan Breakfast will be served at the Civitan Clubhouse, located at 3706 Randolph Church Road, Climax. Please come out and enjoy a delicous country breakfast, spend time with family and friends,and at the same time help the Civitans help the community!
The menu consist of: Country, Ham, Sausage, Grits Gravy&eggs. Also there will be Homemade Biscuits, as well as Pancakes, fruit and all kinds of beverages. The cost for a delicous All you can eat meal is $8.00 for adults and $4.00 for kids from 6-12. We look forward to seeing you there!

August 20, 10am-1pm
FREE senior 55+ luncheon
Program; Don Bullard Motorcycle Across America for Vets.
PGUMC, 4834 Pleasant Garden Rd
 Call Marsha McDaniel 336-373-4816 ext 265 or email ruraloutreach@senior-resources-guilford.org for reservations
Moriah UMC 3611 Liberty Rd,  GSO

August 23, 7pm
'Bluegrass For the Future' concert including gospel music from: SIDELINE & Southeast Express
Tabernacle United Methodist Church
5721 Methodist Rd, GSO
Tickets & Info call 336-687-3131

Saturday, August 24, 7am-noon
Dog Days of Summer presented by Dog Days of Greensboro with support from All Pets Considered celebrates summer, dogs, and supporting local. Bring your dog to Lindsay lawn during the market for all kinds of dog related fun. Local pet rescues will be available with information and pups looking for a forever home. Learn more about pet adoption, A Paw "Print" Station will make a great keepsake. Market volunteers will be on hand to pet sitting” pay what you can” station while customers shop inside the market.
Vendors will be on the lawn selling hand crafted pet supplies and treats. Interested in vending? Details: https://tinyurl.com/y2wkaehq
Food trucks including Lobster Dogs for brunch & lunch..
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market
501 Yanceyville St, GSO

August 25, 6:30pm
Tabernacle UMC's Chancel Choir presents:
'TUMC Choir's Greatest Hits' Concert!
Dessert Share immediately afterward... ALL ARE WELCOME!
Tabernacle United Methodist Church
5721 Methodist Rd, GSO
www.tabernacle-umc.org
336-674-2941

August 26
Back to School 1st Day
Guilford County
Randolph County
Alamance School

August 30, 7:30pm
1st Home Game
FALCONS vs. JF Webb Oxford, NC
Click for full schedule:
https://tinyurl.com/yxvn2fa8

Christmas Helpers Needed
Is your organization or group looking for a Christmas project, do you like to volunteer, are you willing to put a tree in your business? Help support older adults in Guilford County this season through Senior Resources of Guilford’s Santa for Seniors program. No act of kindness, No matter how small, is ever wasted. Contact Marsha McDaniel at 336-373-4816 ext 265 or email ruraloutreach@senior-resources-guilford.org

Sept 7, 12-3pm
Adoption Fair
The Haley Graves Foundation
Hosted by: All Pets Considered
5004 High Point Rd, GSO

Saturday, September 7, 5-7:30pm
Low Country Boil & Square Dance
Fun, food and festivities an evening of dining & dancing to celebrate the start of Fall! Tickets: $15 adults , $7 for kids 12 and under.
Tickets can be purchased and picked up at the church office:
Alamance Presbyterian Church
4000 Alamance Church Road, Greensboro. For questions or more information, call 336-697-0488. See you at the boil!

September 8, 5:30pm
Children's MESSTIVAL - Messy Fun & Games Night!
Ages 3yrs-5th grade are welcome
Come ready to get messy!
And, it's the kick-off for our God's Little Zoo ministry for 3-5yr olds, Sundays @ 4:30pm -AND- Kingdom Kids ministry for K-5th graders, Sundays @ 5:30pm, which will continue to meet every Sunday thereafter.
Tabernacle United Methodist Church
5721 Methodist Rd, GSO
www.tabernacle-umc.org
336-674-2941

September 9 & 10, 7-9pm
The Drama Center auditions for actors aged 16 and older for “Evening of Short Plays – Stage Fright”
Stephen D. Hyers Theatre at Greensboro
Cultural Center, 200 N. Davie St.
Actors of all genders, races and abilities are encouraged to try out. No experience is necessary. This production is a showcase of short plays from the Drama Center’s Playwright’s Forum. It will be a series of spooky, eerie, and funny short plays that are perfect for Halloween.
The show will run October 24-27.
For more information, contact
Todd Fisher at todd.fisher@greensboro-nc.gov or call
336-335-6426

Thursday, September 12, 7pm
Annual Board Meeting of the Pleasant Garden Fire Departmentt
All residents of the Pleasant Garden Fire District are urged to attend. The Annual Report will be presented and any questions and/or comments concerning the department can be addressed at that time.
In addition to the Annual Report, the Chief and the Board President will present a Power Point presentation of the department’s long range plans.
PG Fire Station
4814 Pleasant Garden Rd

September 14, 8a-10am
Pancake Breakfast
Please come out and enjoy a delicious breakfast, spend time with family and friends. The cost for the delicious breakfast will be suggested donation of $5 a plate.
We look forward to seeing you! Thanks for helping the Julian Lions Club help the community! Julian Lions Club
7323 Colonial Trading Path, Julian

Saturday, September 14, 11am - 2pm
Moriah UMC hot dog sale
FIRST RESPONDERS will be treated to a FREE meal of two hot dogs, chips and a drink. Active or retired first responders must be in uniform or show ID.
A3611 Liberty Road, GSO
Contact - 336-273-1006

September 14, 2-7pm
State Street Festival
(see story page 12 August issue of SEg)
FREE family-friendly street festival with beer, wine, live music, face painting, and craft and food vendors running the length of the street. Reacquaint yourself with Greensboro's historic shopping district and best-kept secret! Interested in being a vendor? Access the application HERE: http://bit.ly/StateStFest

September 15, 5pm
Celebration of Speed
The largest and Best car show in the Triad is coming September 14th 2019. The 3rd annual Celebration of Speed >> Come see an amazing display of exotic cars including Ferrari's, Porsche, Bentley, Lambo's ,Corvettes and more.. see American muscle at it best, showing both Modern Muscle and Vintage Muscle cars . Vintage and classic motorcycles. along with a tour of the Legendary Petty Garage. Don't miss this amazing show!!
Hosted by Cars & Coffee
Petty's Garage
311 Branson Mill Rd., Randleman
https://tinyurl.com/y3xnwdvj

Saturday, September 21, 7-9am
Red Cross Civitan Breakfast will be served at the Civitan Clubhouse, located at 3706 Randolph Church Road, Climax. Please come out and enjoy a delicious country breakfast, spend time with family and friends, and at the same time help the Civitans help the community!
The menu consist of: Country, Ham, Sausage, Grits Gravy & eggs. Also there will be homemade biscuits, as well as pancakes, fruit and all kinds of beverages. The cost for a delicious All you can eat meal is $8.00 for adults and $4.00 for kids from 6-12.
We look forward to seeing you there!

September, 21, 7am-6pm
Replacements, Ltd.’s 2019 Yard Sale
Our Yard Sale features tens of thousands of overstock and imperfect items from brands you know and love.
https://tinyurl.com/yydfxrfz

Saturday, September 21, 8am
Kick Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
Fundraiser for Liberty resident Ashely Fields Kickball Tournament. Get your 12-person team together $10/person. at the old Staley Ballfield, 4292 Staley-Snow Camp Rd., Staley.
Her and her husband Kalen have a 2-year-old and just bought a home in Liberty.

September 21, 8am
Cars & Coffee GSO
1720 West Gate City Blvd, GSO
https://tinyurl.com/yyxmtqud

Sept 21, 1:30-6pm
Pet CPR Class
Get certified in Pet CPR. Class taught by Hayley Keys with Nanhall Grooming. Space is VERY limited -- reservation is required.
Cost $85 per person
Reservation required -- email support@allpetsconsidered.com to reserve your seat or call 336-540-1400 extension 100.
No refunds available once space is reserved due to extremely limited space.
Hosted by All Pets Considered
2614 Battleground Ave, GSO

Saturday, September 21, 3-6pm
The Evergreens Reunion “Celebrating Decades of History”
Former employees, their spouses, board members, and interns are all invited to come reconnect and remember the history and impact the Evergreens Nursing Centers/Evergreens Senior Health Systems had on the community! There will be food, fun and fond memories! Contact: Shelby Kline seniorcenter@senior-resources-guilford.org or 336-373-4816 ext. 280
Evergreens Lifestyle Center, 1401 Benjamin Pkw, GSO

Sept 28, 9-5pm
HSIN Fall Fest
Games, food, vendors, face painting & more!
For space call 336-736-1219
HelpSeniorsInNeed@outlook.com
Sponsored by Helping Seniors in Need
a nonprofit organization
Franklinville Deep River Park
163 Main St

Saturday, September 28, 10am-2pm
Open Car Show
Registration 9am-10am, Awards presented 1:30-2pm
Prize drawings every 30 minutes
Contact Marvin Jones 336-580-9994 for information
River of Life Church
4914 Liberty Rd. Greensboro NC

September 28, 11-3pm
13th Annual Char Mar Alpaca Farm Day
Event is free to public, we just ask you bring canned foods or non-perishables for the Julian United Methodist Church Food Bank and Food Distribution Program. Activities include free craft & games for children, opportunities to feed the alpacas, fiber artists will teach you how to weave, spin and felt alpaca fiber. Julian UMC will provide refreshments with proceeds benefiting their food program. We will have a variety of vendors and our farm store available. This is a great opportunity to relax with a day on the farm, fun activities for children and shop. For more information, contact Charlie & Marion Snider at 336-622-1792. Look forward to seeing you!
Char Mar Alpaca Farm
3846 Randolph Church Rd, Liberty

September 28, noon
Benefit Ride
Travis & Nicki Merrill
$10 a bike/$15 w/rider
Forsaken Art Tattoo
2652 Randleman Rd, GSO
Foor, Raffles & Ride $300 gift certificate to Forsaken Art Tattoo

Saturday, September 28, 3pm
Annual Brunswick Stew Sale
$7/quart, desserts of all kinds for sale as well.
Tabernacle UMC
5721 Methodist Rd, GSO

October 6, 1pm-6pm
Latino Festival
The Latino Family Center of the YWCA of High Point is pleased to invite the community to their first Latino Festival in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. This unique Latino Festival for the city of High Point will feature authentic Latin American food vendors, Latin American artisanal crafts, regional dance and live musical entertainment. The event is family friendly and admission is free.
YWCA High Point
155 W. Westwood Ave, High Point
Contact: MJ Mayorga
mmmayorga@ywcahp.com
336-882-4126

Sunday, October 13, 3:30pm
Piano and Cello Duet program performed by Robert Hallquist and James Fittz. The program will feature works by Brahms, Debussy and Robert Schumann. Following the program will be a reception.
There is not a charge for this event, however, we will collect a love offering to be given to the performers.
Community In Christ, Presbyterian
5401 Liberty Rd, GSO

October 17, 8am
Cars & Coffee GSO
1720 West Gate City Blvd, GSO
https://tinyurl.com/yyxmtqud

October 26, 5pm - 9pm
Julian Lions Club Annual Mayor's Race
Children activities, Costume parade, Auction, Raffle Tickets and dinner (details to come). Plan to come, spend time with family and friends while helping the Julian Lions Club help the community!
Julian Lions Club
7323 Colonial Trading Path, Julian

November 2, 4-9pm
Travis & Nicki Auction
Auction Fundraiser for Travis and Nicki Merrill, they were hit by a car while riding their motorcycle. Travis lost his lower leg and foot and it broke Nicki's leg and she was thrown from the bike. The driver left the scene. This has left a financial hardship on Travis, Nicki and their two beautiful kids.
Please join us in food, fun and an Auction!! We are taking any donations from your time to money to auction items
Greensboro Moose Lodge
5031 Blakeshire Rd, GSO
https://www.facebook.com/events/442149919708960/

November 27, 9am-3:30pm
Southern Supreme Tour
We will be heading to tour the Southern Supreme Fruitcake Factory, We will stop for lunch along the way. Email or call Shelby 336-373-4816 EXT 280 or seniorcenter@senior-resources-guilford.org to register.
Senior Resources of Guilford
1401 Benjamin Parkway, Greensboro, North Carolina 27408

Rent the Julian Lions Clubhouse
The Clubhouse available for Holiday events, Birthdays and Reunions. Full kitchen, stage, tables/chairs available for $75. Will need to give $100 deposit but will be returned upon return of key. Contact Shaun McNeil 336-215-8168
7323 Colonial Trading Path, Julian
www.Julianlionsclub.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.

Mondays & Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30pm
Exercise Everyone welcome!
Cost is $1 per person per class. Bring light weights,
mat & bottled water.
Bethlehem United Methodist Church
336-674-0155
6103 Appomattox Rd, Climax

1st Saturday, 9-11am
Veterans coffee, treats and fellowship.
Come see what Easter's Promise is all about.
Easter's Promise
500 E Steeple Chase Rd, Pleasant Garden
www.easterspromise.com

2nd Saturday, 9-11am
1st Responders Coffee & Treats
We honor 1st responders for their brave selfless work, and give them a place to wind down and build relationships with others.
See what Easter's Promise is all about.
Easter's Promise
500 E Steeple Chase Rd, Pleasant Garden
www.easterspromise.com

3rd Saturday 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

4th Saturday, 11am-2pm
Missions Hot Dog/Hamburger Fundraiser
Includes soda, chips and homemade desserts
Take out orders available, all service members 25% off
River of Life Church
4914 Liberty Rd
Greensboro NC 27406

Salty Dogs Senior Group
1st Monday of the Month 1pm
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 55 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: 336-373-4816 ext 265

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
 
Calendar provided by: SE gazette
www.SEgazette.com