Monthly Events

GSO Drama Center of City Arts
Youth Auditions

Free Food & Clothing
Bread & Blanket Ministry
River of Life Church
4914 Liberty Road
By Appointment Tonya @ 336-708-9003  Angela@ 336-697-0667

NOW- Feb 28
Registration Baseball, Softball and Soccer Spring Season
Saturday registration: Feb 10, 17, 24, 9am-2pm
Town Hall Pleasant Garden
4920 Alliance Church Rd, PG
Contact: Tracy Cooper

February 22, 11am-1pm
Every Thursday
Free Soup & Sandwich
Soup (w/crackers), sandwich, cookies & drinks
Come beat the cold weather, No reservations are needed.
Pleasant Garden UMC
4834 Pleasant Garden Rd, PG

Feb 24, 5:30pm
Liberty Chamber Annual Banquet & Auction
Prime Rib & Chicken Dinner catered by Simply Southern Catering
Wine, Beer, DJ, Dancing, a LIVE AUCTION & more!!
Tickets are $35 and include: Entry, Dinner, Wine & Beer
To purchase tickets contact the Liberty Chamber
Buy online at

February 26, 7-9pm
Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy – An Overview
Karissa Donohue, Greg and Nancy Frank, Magna Wave Certified Practitioners Willow Spring, North Carolina

Monday, February 26, 3:30-6:30pm
BINGO and movie night
Participants will have the opportunity to play BINGO for about 45 minutes, followed by February's movie, “Something’s Got to Give.” BINGO prizes will be available. Drinks will be provided, and participants are invited to bring their favorite movie snack to share with everyone (movie snack potluck).
Please call Town Hall at 336-674-3002 to attend
Pleasant Garden Community Center
5024 Alliance Church Rd, PG

February 27, 10:30-12:30
Homemade Sugar Scrub Cubes
I'm sure many of you have used your fair share of sugar scrubs, but how about making your own using a combination that kicks regular sugar scrubs up a notch by making single-use sugar scrub cubes that cleanse, exfoliate, and soften skin all in one easy step. Come make some with us and go home with your own jar of incredible Sugar Soap Cubes! Workshop includes all supplies. Members $25 Non-Members $35 Call the YWCA to register.
155 W. Westwood Ave
High Point, NC 27262
Contact: Kathie Szitas


Rent a Wrestler
SEHS wrestlers are looking to raise money for camps and tournaments over the summer. You can "rent" a wrestler to do any odd jobs around your house. All money goes towards the person doing the work.
Guilford County and surrounding counties
Contact: Todd Carter

Friday's March 2-30, 5:30pm-7pm

Eating Heart Healthy: 5-Week Cooking Course
Participants will sample delicious foods, and learn to make smart choices to benefit their heart and their overall health. Topics include: knife skills, shopping smart, and various cooking methods.
Pre-register required: Eli Villatoro,,
Host: Hampton Family Mobile Kitchen
YWCA High Point, High Point, NC 27262

Starting March 3
Thursday's, 5:45pm / Saturday's 9:30am
Cardio Cross Sticks Drum Class
155 W. Westwood Ave HP
Contact: Kate Kelly

March 5, 6:30-9pm

Equine Mounted Shooting Demonstration
Purina - Technical information on Impact Pro & Outlast
Sam Helms, Hired Gun Horsemanship, Monroe North Carolina
Eric Shupe, Allie Roth, Davis Feed & Purina Animal Nutrition LLC, Randleman, NC
*Dinner will be served, Reservations Required by March 2nd

March 6, 10:30-12:30
Homeschool Art Day- Colored Pencil Art
Grades 2-5
This workshop will teach some basic colored pencil techniques that will have students creating fabulous colored pencil art in no time!
155 West Westwood Ave, HP
Contact: Kathie Szitas

March 6, 6:30pm-7:30pm
Tai Chi
Tuesday's 6:30-7:30pm
155 W. Westwood Ave, HP
Contact: Kate Kelly

NOTICE Contest deadline is March 10th
The Burlington Writers Club is now accepting entries for its 62nd Annual
Spring Contest. The contest is open to adult writers in Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Durham, Guilford, Orange, Randolph and Rockingham Counties. Cash prizes are offered in
eight categories, and rules are available at most area libraries, at
the Captain White House, (Alamance Arts) in Graham, NC, and on our
website at  Also, for a copy of these
rules, email your request to
The Burlington Writers Club is a
Member Group of the Alamance Arts

March 8, 7pm
SE Middle and High School Combined Band Concert
This is our annual combined concert between Southeast Middle School and Southeast High School. Performing will be the 7th grade Band, 8th grade Band, HS Concert Band, HS Wind Ensemble and HS Jazz Band. Each band will perform three pieces of music in preparation for their Music Performance Adjudication Event at Asheboro HS.
SE Guilford High School Auditorium
4530 Southeast School Rd, GSO
Contact: Jeremy Ray 336-674-4300

March 8
International Women's Day

March 9, 7:30pm, 10th 11am & 11th 2pm
“Rumpelsiltskin is My Name”
presented by Drama Center Children’s Theatre
The show is a rollicking musical of the classic Grimm Fairy Tale. A peasant girl must spin straw into gold to become a princess when a strange little man appears to supposedly rescue her. This show is filled with toe-tapping tunes, crazy characters and magic.
Odell Auditorium Greensboro College
815 West Market St, GSO
Tickets are $8 per person purchased at the door or call the box office

Saturday, March 10, 9am-1pm
Petty’s Garage Cruise In
311 Branson Mill Rd, Randleman, NC
(877) 498-3745

March 10, 9am-3:30pm
1st Inside Spring Craft Show
Local Craft Vendors, Hot Dog, Barbecue, Bake Sale proceeds support Legion projects.
American Legion Post #81
604 S Greensboro St, Liberty
Contact: Cary McMasters

Saturday, March 10, 11am-2pm
Moriah UMC hot dog sale
All beef hot dogs with all the trimmings and homemade desserts. All proceeds for missions.
3611 Liberty Rd, GSO
Contact: Cindy Michael 336-273-1006

March 10, 4pm-7:30pm
Chicken Pie & BBQ Supper
Plates $10; BBQ $7/lb
Dine in or take-out plates are available
Supper benefits church and community projects; 15% of proceeds goes to non-profit organizations
Mt. Hope United Church of Christ
2400 Mt. Hope Church Rd, Whitsett
Contact: Barbara Greeson

March 11
Daylight Savings Spring Ahead

Monday, March 12 & Tuesday, March 13, 7-9 pm
All actors, ages 14 + are encouraged to audition
Stephen D. Hyers Theatre, Greensboro Cultural Center
200 North Davie St, GSO
Rossum’s Universal Robots, a company that mass produces artificial humans to serve mankind. At first, the artificial humans are happy, but as they became more advanced, they revolt against their human leaders. This is a dark play, but it is has a lot of hope.
Be part of this science fiction play by Karel Capek. Audition material will be provided. The play will run April 20-22 and April 26-29.
For more information, call 336-325-6426 or visit

March 12, 7-9pm
Success In Saddles - Developing adaptable equestrian skill sets including
Adjusting Weight, Saddle Time & Ground Work. Basic to Advanced.
Ellen Beard, Hollybrook Farm Lexington, North Carolina

March 13, 10am
PG Community Readers Book Club
The Professor and the Mad Man which you can check out at town hall. Get started reading "The Nest" by Cynthia D. Sweeney and join us the 2nd Tuesday in April.
PG Town Hall
4920 Alliance Church Rd, PG

March 13 & 27, 11:-12:30pm
Clay Pottery Bird Pots
The first workshop will be constructing and texturizing, and the second will be glazing. Members $35, Non-Members $45 Call prior to the date to register.
155 West Westwood Ave, HP
Contact: Kathie Szitas

March 13, 5:30-6:30pm
PG Elementary Zumba Night
Come add some fun to your workout! Torch up to 1000 calories an hour. You don't have to be a dance expert, it's about having fun. Come check us out!!! $4 special pricing, tonight only, for PG students & family, $5 for the community.
Pleasant Garden Community Center
5024 Alliance Church Rd, PG

March 16 & 29, 6-8pm
Clay Angels
Join us as we make beautiful pottery angels using texture and carving techniques. All levels welcome. Makes wonderful keepsakes and gifts. The second class will be for glazing and finishing the angels. Members $35, Non-Members $45. Please register 1 week prior to the date.
155 West Westwood Ave
high Point NC 27262
Contact: Kathie Szitas

March 16, 7:30-9pm
The North Carolina Statewide Star Party
Join the Greensboro Astronomy Club at our monthly meeting as Amy Sayle and Jo Sorrell, educators at the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center discuss the upcoming April N.C. Statewide Star Party.
As usual this event is free, and the public is cordially invited to attend.
Greensboro Science Center
4301 Lawndale Dr, GSO
Contact: Danny Lineberger 336-852-8750

March 17
St. Patrick's Day

March 17, 7-9am
Country Breakfast Buffett
Come out enjoy seeing friends and family while having a delicious country breakfast and helping the community all at the same time!
Red Cross Civitan Clubhouse
3157 Randolph Church Rd, Climax
Contact: Sarah Willard 336-685-4890

March 17, 8am-11am
Community Breakfast
Fundraiser for church projects
Welkers Crossroads Evangelical Methodist Church
3829 Old Julian Rd
Contact: Rev. John Phillips 336-266-9325

March 17, 8am-2pm
2018 E-Cycle Drive-Thur
Drop off unused electronics -- computers, monitors, TVs, cell phones, DVD players, etc. -- anything with a chip or cord.
Free shredding of documents -- maximum of 5 boxes.
Household only no business.
PG Town Hall, 4920 Alliance Church Rd, PG
Contact: Sandy Carmany

March 19, 6:30-9pm

The Amazing Horse – Training, Riding, Stunts & Animal Coordinating
Tommie Turvey, Trainer, Showman Entertainer, Summerville, Georgia
Registration Fee: $30 for entire series or $5.00 per session.
Registration Fee will be waived for 4-H members presenting an official current 4-H Program Membership ID Card.
For additional information, call Ben Chase, Rockingham & Guilford County Extension Livestock Agent, North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service at 1-800-666-3625, 336-342-8235 or Email-
Web Site

March 20
International Earth Day

March 20
1st Day of Spring

Saturday, March 24, 9am -11am
Healthy Cooking FREE Demonstration
Stuffed chicken and healthy mashed potatoes.
Hosted by UNC-Greensboro nutrition students you will learn to cook a delicious traditional meal for you and your family.
Pre-registration required: Eli Villatoro,,
YWCA High Point, High Point, NC 27262

Saturday, March 24, 2018, 12 pm-2 pm
Annual Easter Egg Hunt
12pm: Story telling, games and have hot dogs and desserts
1:15pm: egg hunt
Rain date March 31
River of Life Church
4914 Liberty Rd GSO
Contact: Angela Lineback 336-500-7082

March 24, 6-8pm
Soup & Sandwich Supper
Delicious homemade soup and sandwiches & great desserts.
Come support your local community, enjoy spending time with your friends.
Cost will be by donation.
Red Cross Civitan Clubhouse
3157 Randolph Church Rd, Climax
Contact: Sarah Willard

March 25, 10am-1:30pm
Donkey Walk & Egg Hunt
Please register by March 18
Community event for Kids & Families!
10am Donkey Walk
11am Palm Parade
Noon Free Hot Dog Lunch
12:45pm Activities & Easter story followed by Egg Hunt
Pleasant Garden UMC
4834 Pleasant Garden Rd, PG
Register: 336-674-5711

March 25, 3-5pm
Community-wide Easter Egg Hunt & Activities
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL KIDS! Cupcake decorating, crafts, candy, egg hunt, a bounce house, and the most amazing Bible story ever!
Bring a friend!
Tabernacle UMC
5721 Methodist Rd, GSO

March 25, 4-6pm
Moriah UMC Easter Egg Hunt
Games, food, prizes, face painting.
All are welcome ages toddlers to age 12.
3611 Liberty Rd, Greensboro, NC 27406
Contact: Meagan Frye-Jarman 336-516-7412

Monday, March 26, 5-7pm
 Irish Jig Guilford County Senior Citizens
The town of PG will provide drinks and a main entrée and participants can provide potluck side items.
There will be a DJ to play music and take requests.
Please call Town Hall at 336-674-3002 to attend
Pleasant Garden Community Center
5024 Alliance Church Rd, PG

March 26, 7pm
Maundy Thursday Service & Cantata
Join us service including Cantata!
Nursery IS provided for this service.
Tabernacle United Methodist Church
5721 Methodist Rd, GSO

March 30, 4pm-8pm
Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt
Come join us for our annual Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt!
It will be a great night of family fun featuring:
-Age-Appropriate Egg Hunts every hour, Glow in the Dark style
-Inflatables Galore
-Snacks & Food Trucks
New Covenant Church
4708 Alliance Church Rd, PG
Contact: Kaylee Wilkerson

April 1
Easter Sunday

April 13th, 20th,27th, May4, 4-6pm
Diversity Drama
Calling all Middle and High School Students! Want to boost your resume, get involved, be heard on issues that are important to you, make new friends and have fun at the same time? The YWCA of High Point will offer a Diversity Drama Training for middle and high school youth in the High Point area. This is a fun, energetic and engaging time where your voice will be heard on issues that matter to you! These are interactive sessions that are designed to help increase awareness of personal identity, culture, and assumptions about others and increase empathy for people from diverse cultures. Please download registration form at or call to register. This program is made possible by the High Points Arts Council. For more information contact Kathie Szitas at
155 West Westwood
High Point, NC 27262
Contact: Kathie Szitas

April 14, 8-9:30am
Pleasant Garden 5K
USATF certified course with a one mile fun run/walk on a scenic friendly loop.
This event is part of the Get Fit PG series that benefits Pleasant Garden Elementary School with long needed technology upgrades in the classrooms. Come out to have some fun and support the kids.
Pleasant Garden Volunteer Park
4930 Alliance Church Rd, PG
(336) 674- 3002

April 14, 10am-4pm
Family Fun Day at the Farm
Family fun at Easter's Promise Therapeutic Equine Center. Free admission to a family event with games for all ages, music, seeing lots of farm animals (horses, calf, chickens, pot belly pigs, and a sweet barn cat), and relaxation at a beautiful setting. Veterans especially encouraged to come and see this center being designed for them
500 E. Steeplechase Rd, PG
Contact: Mary Ann Yow. 336312-5390

April 17th-May 22nd; 1pm-3pm
Intro to Pottery Wheel Throwing
Learn the basics of throwing beautiful clay pieces on the wheel. Cost includes all supplies, instruction, 25 lbs of clay, glazing and firing fees for six weeks. Also includes designated open studio time during the 6-week session. Class size is limited to 3. Deposit required to reserve your spot. Members $145 Non Members $155. Call the YWCA to register.
155 W Westwood
High Point, NC 27262
Contact: Kathie Szitas

April 21, 10am-3pm
Cruise In Car Show Free to public
Fun, Fellowship, Food, and Fast Cars.
Vehicle entries: Early Registration $15 / Day of Show $20.
Early Registration deadline April 15th. All types of vehicles welcome: Classic Cars, motorcycles, vintage tractors, etc.
Dog friendly must be leashed and picked up after.
Tabernacle United Methodist Church
5271 Methodist Rd, GSO
Contact: Tracey Barrett.
Tabernacle UMC Office 336-674-2941
FACEBOOK Event: TUMC Cruise In Car Show
Fundraiser to benefit Honduras Mission Trip.

April 27 - 28
Liberty Antiques Festival

May 14, 5-7pm
Hawaiian Luau
The town of PG will provide light refreshments (snacks and drinks) and a DJ will play music and take requests. Participants will be encouraged to dress for the occasion!
Please call Town Hall at 336-674-3002 to attend
Pleasant Garden Community Center
5024 Alliance Church Rd, PG

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, 7pm
Bethlehem United Methodist Church
6103 Appomattox Rd, Climax

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

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 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