Next GNO: Tuesday May 8th
5:00 pm at 6th and Vine | 209 West 6th Street Winston-Salem 27101. www.6thandvine.com
NEXT KMO: Tuesday May 8th
5 – 7 PM at Chick-Fil-A Clemmons. 2551 Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons.
Events Spanning Several Weeks
Velma Mason Davis Gallery, Elberson Fine Arts Center, 500 East Salem Avenue in W-S. Zac Trainor presents a confrontation with the unconscious in an effort to capture or access a glimpse beyond the veil and into the realm of the soul. Through paintings, audio and video, each piece brings us closer to understanding something more about the self, our surroundings or our place in time. Each piece serves as a warning, an action, and a reflection. www.salem.edu/cultural-events
Mary Davis Holt Gallery, Elberson Fine Arts Center, 500 East Salem Avenue in W-S. This invitational exhibition brings together women printmakers currently active in the Winston-Salem community. Participating artists include Alix Hitchcock, Terri Dowell-Dennis, Terry Schupbach-Gordon, Amy Kincaid, Emily Drew Mash, Woodie Anderson, Barbara Mellin, Leslie Smith, Ellen Heck, Lea Lackey-Zachmann and more. www.salem.edu/cultural-events
Museum of Anthropology, Wake Forest University, 1834 Wake Forest Road in W-S. This exhibit features a recently acquired collection of antiquities spanning 4,000 years of history. The objects reflect the importance of motherhood in the mythology of ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome and other Mediterranean cultures. reynoldahouse.org
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″]
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).
4-7pm, Remedy Apothecary, 4725 Yadkinville Road in Pfafftown. Come together for fresh and locally grown food, fun and music! Support the efforts of your local farmers and food producers!