Calendar of Events

Next KMO: Tuesday, May 9th

10:00 am – 12:00 pm at Legacy Saddlebreds – 4151 Thomasville Rd, Winston-Salem

Next GNO: Thursday, May 11th

5:00 p.m at Mac & Nelli’s – 4926 Country Club Rd, Winston-Salem

Events Spanning Several Weeks

6-7:30pm, 1855 Lewisville Clemmons Road in Clemmons. Whether you are in debt and want to work your way out, near debt and want to avoid it at all costs or no where near debt and simply want to maximize your ability to live and give like no one else. Cost: $95/person.

9am-5pm, 6136 Burlington Road in Gibsonville. “Crossroads” explores the life and legacy of Palmer Memorial Institute’s second president, Wilhelmina Marguerita Crosson. The exhibit includes a children’s area featuring hands-on activities and excerpts from Ms. Crosson’s favorite books.

10am-4:30pm, Museum of Anthropology, Wake Forest University in W-S. This exhibit features original works on this theme by Sea Islands artists from the Red Piano Too Gallery, as well as works by Wake Forest University Professor Katharine Ziff, and objects from the Museum of Anthropology’s collection.[/vc_column_text%5D%5B/vc_tta_section%5D%5Bvc_tta_section title=”Hispanic Tutoring, Now – May 3rd (Wednesdays)” tab_id=”1487712694820-033041de-c1f6″]

5:30-7pm, 2415 Silas Creek Parkway in W-S. Free academic tutoring and assistance for native Spanish speaking students where English is a second language. We will have adults and teachers to assist with homework and studying. Please bring your textbooks with you. title=”Run for God – Now through May 8th” tab_id=”1487712726772-8a741389-ad66″]
6:15-8pm, 1855 Lewisville-Clemmons Road in Clemmons. The Run For God mission is to promote spiritual and physical endurance. To prepare us for both of the races set before us. Designed primarily for those that are new to running, the RFG material encourages even the most experienced runners. Cost: $50/person.

10am-4pm, 400 West Hanes Mill Road in W-S. Learn about energy — what it is, where it comes from, how we use it and why it’s so important to use it wisely. Discover that simple actions can make a big difference for families, communities and the planet. Included with admission.

7:30am-3pm, St. John’s Lutheran Church and School, 2415 Silas Creek Parkway in W-S. Pine Needles are sold four Saturdays. There will be a trailer in the front parking lot at St. John’s, and youth and adults will be available to sell them, load them and spread them, if desired. We sell clean, good quality long leaf pine needles. We will also have drivers available for delivery to your home or business. Cost: $6-$9.