Calendar of Events

NEXT KMO: Saturday February 10th.

10 – 12. at Rockin’ Jump 7840 North Point Blvd. Winston-Salem.

Next GNO: Thursday February 8th

5 p.m at Mac & Nelli’s. 4926 Country Club Road, Winston-Salem.

Events Spanning Several Weeks

Elberson Fine Arts Center, Salem College, 601 Church Street in W-S. Art exhibits by Paul Travis Phillips, Scott R. Sanders and Marta Blades.

Arts Council Theatre, 610 Coliseum Drive in W-S. The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem presents Noises Off Feb. 9-11 & 15-18. Thurs-Sat shows are at 7:30pm; Sunday matinees are at 2pm. Called “the funniest farce ever written,” Noises Off follows an ambitious director and his troupe of mediocre actors as they dream of putting on the perfect comedy. Cost: $27.50/person. www.thelittletheatreofws.org/noises-off

Salem College, 601 South Church Street in W-S. Interested in obtaining a competitive score on the redesigned SAT? Review fundamental material while learning effective test-taking strategies. A workbook is included in the course fee and will be distributed at the first class meeting. To register, visit salemcfc-satprep-spring18.eventbrite.com or call 721.2855. Cost: $225/course.

6:30-8pm, Central Library in downtown W-S. Goilin will host an Irish music session in the auditorium at Central Library! All levels of musicianship and listeners are welcome. Come out to learn and share some tunes with us. You can download our standard tunes at tiny.cc/WSirishsession.%5B/vc_column_text%5D%5B/vc_tta_section%5D%5Bvc_tta_section title=”Professional Women of Winston-Salem Meeting (second Wednesdays)” tab_id=”1515165198897-47733415-dc76″]

11:30am-1pm, Flow Club at the BB&T Ballpark. Join PWWS for the monthly meeting. Learn more at PWWS.org

Kaleideum North (formerly SciWorks), 400 West Hanes Mill Road in W-S. Did you know that everyone lives in a watershed and everyone’s actions affect our ocean? In this interactive exhibit, you can pilot a giant “submersible” from mountain stream to the ocean, learn about more than 65 aquatic species and ecosystems and guide “water” safely through a hazardous maze! Discover how otters made a comeback and spot the polluters! Learn to be a Watershed Warrior! Included with museum admission and free for Kaleideum members.

Kaleideum Downtown, 390 South Liberty Street in W-S. Take an overseas adventure without leaving your hometown when Kaleideum Downtown hosts Children’s China: Celebrating Culture, Character and Confucius. This interactive exhibit, designed for children 3-12 years old, explores what life is like for young people in China through six different immersive environments. Included with admission and free for Kaleideum members.

8:30-10:30am, locations vary. As proud participants in the “We Honor Veterans” program, Hospice & Palliative CareCenter and Rowan Hospice & Palliative Care are pleased to present the 2018 schedule for Veterans Coffee. Veterans of all ages and military service are welcome, both male and female. Enjoy coffee, doughnuts and conversation! Most coffees will include an information presentation by organizations who provide services to veterans. To learn more, visit www.HospiceCareCenter.org. Kernersville (Linville Forest Church of Christ on every fourth Monday of the month); King (Town and Country Restaurant on every fourth Thursday of the month); Mocksville (Sagebrush Steakhouse on every first Thursday of the month); Mount Airy (Sagebrush Steakhouse on select Mondays); Welcome (Richard Childress Racing on every first Wednesday of the month); and Winston-Salem (PDQ Restaurant on Stratford Road every third Thursday of the month).