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Healing Hands for Arthritis hosted by Massage Envy
On Wednesday, September 28, 2016 Massage Envy will host the 6th annual Healing Hands for Arthritis. For each person who receives a one-hour facial or massage during this one-day event, Massage Envy will donate $10 to the Arthritis Foundation. In addition, Murad®, Wyndmere, Biofreeze® and Bon Vital'® will also be donating 10% of sales made in Massage Envy clinics to the Arthritis Foundation.
Arthritis is the #1 cause of disability in America, affecting one in five adults and more than 300,000 children. Massage Envy is dedicated to supporting the Arthritis Foundation by helping those impacted to overcome, through therapeutic massage, the everyday battles brought on by arthritis. All 5 Massage Envy Spa clinics in the Triad area will be participating in this effort to help find a cure for arthritis. Since 2011, this one‐day nationwide event has raised over $4M for the Arthritis Foundation.
To make an appointment for the Healing Hands for Arthritis event, go to MassageEnvyTriad.com and find your clinic and phone number, or call 1-800-944-ENVY. Reservations are now being accepted on a first‐come, first‐served basis. Tax-deductible in-clinic donations for the Arthritis Foundation will also be accepted during the event.
Downtown Art and Bike Ride
Local Artists ♦ Craft Beer ♦ Food Trucks ♦ Live Music
Help support local arts with this great two part event!
-$30 registration (only $60 for families up to 4 members) includes:
-Starts and ends at Gibbs Hundred
- Entry to Art Festival
- "Poker Run" style community bike tour exploring downtown art and breweries
- Each stop you'll sample a local brew and meet a local artist
-$5 entry (kids 10 and under free) includes:
- 1 raffle ticket
- Family friendly block party, beside Gibbs Hundred on East Lewis St in downtown Greensboro
- Live Music
- Food Trucks
- Artist demos and interactive stations
- Raffled prizes from local businesses and artists
100% of proceeds support the Center for Visual Artists, a local nonprofit with a mission to support emerging artists of all ages.
Gibbs Hundred Brewery
Saturday, October 1, 2016
Bike Ride: 10am-12pm ♦ Art Festival: 12-3pm
NC Cycle Group
NC Cycle Group – coming through Mocksville
Monday, October 3rd
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Over a 1,000 cyclist stopping in Downtown Mocksville for food and rest
Promoted by Kelly Graves
Wednesday, October 5, 2016 7:30-8:30pm
The Grand 18 Winston Salem
Please join me, for an one night only, exclusive showing of Special Blood, A Documentary. This showing will highlight the rare, potentially fatal disease, Hereditary Angioedema and four families who experience it first hand. I invite you to take a look into the lives of these brave people who share my passion of raising awareness of HAE!
Get tickets here!
One Step Further, Inc Presents "Cadence of the Drums"
One Step Further, Inc. Presents:
CADENCE OF THE DRUMS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2016
2400 16TH STREET, GREENSBORO, NC 27405
9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.
TICKETS GO ON SALE: September 2016
- Pre-Event : $13.00
- At the Door : $15.00 (Cash Only)
- www.onestepfurther.com (PayPal)
Ent er t ainment Provided By...
N.C. A&T Cold Steel Drumline
Aycock Middle School Drumline
- Multi-County High School Drum Line Exhibition
1. Carver High School (Winston-Salem-Forsyth County)
2. Glenn High School (Kernersville-Forsyth County)
3. Dudley High School (Greensboro-Guilford County)
4. Grimsley High School (Greensboro-Guilford County)
5. Northeast High School (McLeansville-Guilford County)
6. Starmount High School (Boonville-Yadkin County)
7. Parkland High School (Winston-Salem-Forsyth County)
8. Andrews High School (High Point-Guilford County)
3rd Annual HIGH TEA & Silent Auction Fundraiser with Oprah's Mpumi Nobiva
Empowered Girls of NC presents our… 3rd Annual HIGH TEA & Silent Auction Fundraiser Theme:Wear Your Crown & Embrace Your Royalty Come join us for food and ‘A Spot of Tea’! It’s a social fundraiser! KEYNOTE SPEAKER Mpumi Nobiva , Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls Graduate from South Africa & Global Empowerment & Motivational Speaker Hosted by: Chisa D. Pennix-Brown, MBA, CEO of Lady Bizness. October 22nd , 2016 3:00 -5:00 pm At The Creative Center Hall, 900 Sixteenth Street , Greensboro, North Carolina Tickets: EGNC Parents $15, General Admission $20 , Day of $25 Call for Vending, Patron & Corporate Sponsorship options. DOOR PRIZES! GIVEAWAYS! Tickets available online, from Board Members or by calling 336.790.2763 www.empoweredgirlsnc.org email@example.com
Camel City Off-Road, along side OVERT, Appalachian Off-Road and Jeepers United are hosting Jeeper's Creeper's Trunk or Treat October 29,2016 at Foothills Brewing Taste Room on 3800 Kimwell Dr in Winston Salem.
We will be lining the street with Jeeps and other OHV vehicles for a Trunk or Treat for the children. We are also handing out awards for best costume and best participating vehicle. There will also be food and of course drinks, as well as Local Vendors. We will also be hosting a raffle in which all proceeds will be donated to Brenners Children Hospital.
This is a Fundraising event in which all proceeds will be donated to Brenner Children's Hospital at Baptist Hospital.
Over the years, The Real World Program for youth has been successful in helping young people develop life skills, including carving out educational and career plans, learning the basics of getting and keeping a job, and locating appropriate housing, but mostly, it has introduced youth to the variety of options that are available to young people. These youth quickly learn it can be a real jungle out there!
Credits, debits, assets, liabilities, debt ratio—
Welcome to the Jungle!
Real World presents Money Jungle is a 1 hour simulation of the real world. In hourly increments, youth will learn to write a check, maintain a register, use an ATM, apply for a loan, request a credit report, and more. The event will address decisions youth make in lifestyle choices (such as housing, transportation, leisure, etc.). Youth will be provided a salary and challenged to take their salary and develop a budget based on every day needs (food, electricity, rent, etc.).
At 5:18 you will see a testimonial from one of our youth that went through the simulation.