Next GNO: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10TH
5:00 p.m at Village Inn Event Center
6205 Ramada Dr, Clemmons, NC 27012
NEXT KNO: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10TH
10am – 12pm at Legacy Saddlebreds
4151 Thomasville Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27107
Events Spanning Several Weeks
6:30pm, Novant Health Midwifery Associates, 150 Charlois Boulevard, Suite 100 in W-S. Bradley Method® is a comprehensive, 12-week, small-group course equipping couples to birth their babies naturally, covering nutrition, exercise and relaxation to prepare for labor and birth; breathing, relaxation and positioning to handle labor and birth without pain medication; Dad or other partner’s role in coaching Mom through pregnancy and birth; physical and emotional stages of childbirth; breastfeeding and newborn care. bradleybirth.com/lanettetyler
Mainstream Boutique of Winston-Salem, 110 Oakwood Drive. Mainstream Boutique will partner with our local Make-A-Wish Foundation to raise money to grant wishes for children in our community living with life threatening medical conditions.
The Keener Gallery, Allegacy Federal Credit Union, 1691 Westbrook Plaza Drive in W-S. Art Show: Paintings by Linda Fowler and Laura Reynolds. Meet the Artists: Friday, October 6th from 5-7pm.
10am-4:30pm, Museum of Anthropology, Wake Forest University, 1834 Wake Forest Road in W-S. This student-curated interactive exhibit explores the traditional arts of Central African peoples while also serving as the setting for a series of puzzles similar to an “escape room” game. Visitors to the exhibit can use cryptic clues and notes found in the text to solve the puzzles in a specific sequence, ultimately revealing the solution to a mystery. The museum is open Tues.-Sat. (10am-4:30pm). (Please note that the museum will be closed July 31st to September 4th for renovations).
10am-4:30pm, Museum of Anthropology, Wake Forest University, 1834 Wake Forest Road in W-S. Vienna, Austria is a renowned icon of world culture, the birthplace of classical music and a sophisticated example of a planned urban environment. This exhibit, based on WFU student research conducted in the city, explores the social geography of Vienna and the inherent tensions between the urban elite, the city government’s historic program of social housing and the diverse cultures of its residents. Admission is free.