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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, March 26, 2015, Page B6, Image 16

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Community Calendar Neighborhood meeting The East/Northeast Neighborhood Association will hold its monthly meeting at 14th St. Recreation Center, today (Thursday, March 26) at 6 p.m. Invited guests are Parks & Recreation. City Of Winston Salem's Assistant Managers and Community Services Department. Participants are requested to bring neighbors. NC Black Film Festival The Black Arts Alliance. Inc. (BAA) presents the North Carolina Black Film Festival (NCBFF), today through Sunday, March 26-29, in Wilmington. In its 14th year, the four day juried and invitational festival of independent motion pictures by African-American filmmakers will showcase features, shorts, animation, and documentary films at the Cameron Art Museum, the University of N.C. at Wilmington, and the Hannah Block USO Community Arts Center. Prizes of $500 will be awarded in each cate gory. Festival passes and advance tick ets are available online at: www. Black Arts Alliance org. Admission is $50 for an All-Access Festival Passes or $7 per film block. Republican Women's meeting The March Forsyth County Republican Women's meeting will be today (Thursday, March 26) at 6:30 p.m. at Forsyth Technical Community College West Campus, 1300 Bolton St. The speakers will be many newly elected or appointed officials. School Board members: Dana Caudill Jones, Rev. Robert Barr. Lori Clark, Mark Johnson and David Singletary. Judges: Richard Dietz. Richard Gottlieb, Ted Kazakos and Eric Morgan. International Night Davidson County Community .College will bring the sights and sounds of more than 30 countries under one roof for its 10th annual International Night from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on today (Thursday. March 26) in the Brinkley Gymnasium on the col lege campus. The public is invited to attend . Tickets are $3 for all ages when purchased in advahce. They will be available at the informthiqn desk in the Brooks Student Center or from any Rotaract Club member. At the door, tickets will be $5 for ages 12 and up, $3 for ages 6-11 and free for ages 5 and under, tor more information, contact Carolyn Davis, Rotaract International GftTB advisor, at 336-249 8186 ext. 6311. The Winston-Salem Medicis At the New Winston Museum, "The Winston Salem Medicis" will be shown today, (Thursday, March 26) at 5:30 p.m. Local artist and former direc tor of Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Nicholas Burton Bragg, and current Reynolda House Programming Director, Phil Archer, will give insight into the roles members of tobacco families played in supporting local arts and philanthropy. Dr. Mike Wakeford, Division of Liberal Arts faculty at UNC School of the Arts, will moderate. Barber shop meeting Council Member Derwin L. Montgomery will be avail able to discuss community concerns with citizens and patrons during a "barber shop talk" at 11 a.m. Friday, March 27, at Purr-Feet Cut Barber. 528 N. Liberty St. For more information, con tact Twanda Montgomery at 336-462-2341 or twan dam@ cityofws .org. Dark Girls' The International Civil Rights Center & Museum is showing Bill Dukes and D. Channsin Beny's documen tary "Dark Girls A Look at Colomm aijd I nternal i zed .Racisiyn" followed by an impactful discussion by Deena Hayes-Greene, founder of the Racial Equity Institute, and Monica Walker, member of the Guilford Anti Racism Alliance, on color, gender, race, and internalized racism. It will be Friday, March 27, 6:30-8:00pjn. at the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, 134 S. Elm Street in Greensboro. Film viewing is free. A $ 15/$25 fee covers dinner following the discussion (optional). Career & Intern Fair The Office of Career Services at Bennett College invites you to attend their annual Career & Internship Fair on Friday, March 27, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the College's Global Learning Center, 521 Gorrell Street. The Career and Internship Fair will be an opportunity to meet and speak with recruiters from Fortune 1000 corpora tions regarding internships, summer employment, and post-graduate oppor tunities. Student IDs are NOT required to enter. For more information, call the Office of Career Services at 336 517-2358. Musk & Comedy Extravaganza The Edward C. Smith Civic Center in Lexington announces the Music & Comedy Extravaganza with Lexington native Shantel Norman and special guest comedian An-G on Friday, March 27. The evening features fami ly-friendly entertainment that is appro priate for all ages. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the show begins at 8. Presale tickets are available through the civic center's box office for $10 each until the day of the show. The box office line is 336-242-2783. Tickets may be purchased at the door for $15 per adult; $10 per child. Seating is general admission. Concessions will be avail able during the show. Cruise-In Forsyth Tech announcing it will hold its second annual Cruise-In on Saturday, March 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 pm at its state-of-the art Transportation Technology Center, 4255 N. Patterson Ave. Car, truck and motorcycle enthu siasts are invited to bring their vehicles to the Cruise-In. All makes and models are welcome with no pre-registration required. Gates will open at 9:30 a.m. This family-friendly event is free and open to the public and will be held rain or shine. Food will be available, and contributing to a cruise-in ambiance will be a DJ playing beach music in the background. Guided tours of the college's Transportation Technology Center, the most advanced center of its kind in the southeast, will be offered at 10 am., 11:30 am. and 1 p.m. All makes and models of vehicles are wel come. This Cruise-In is free and open to the public and will be held rain or shine. Tours of the college's Transportation Technology Center will also be available. Bennett fundraiser The National Alumnae of Bennett College Winston-Salem Chapter will hold "Jazz in the Park" on Saturday, March 28 at the BB&T BallPark The feature performer is Keith Bytd, a multi-talented performer, composer, and arranger. His performance is a scholarship fundraiser for Bennett College. The event is from 11 ajn. - 1:30 p.m.. Tickets are $45 which includes lunch. No tickets will be sold at the door. To purchase tickets or for more information, contact Sarah Murray-Stephney at 336-788-3722 or Irma Jackson at 336-773-0506. Charter Day Bennett College will observe the 126th anniversary of its chartering as a four-year institution by the State of North Carolina on Thursday, March 26 at 11 a.m. in the Annie Memer Pfeiffer Chapel. Bennett received its chartering from the State in 1889. The Charter Day Convocation is open to the public. Rev. Racquel Gill, associate minister at St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church in Winnsboro, S.C., will be the Charter Day speaker. Fish plate fundraiser On Saturday March 28, noon until 3 pjn. at the Rupert Bell Recreation Center, 1501 Mt. Zion Place, FLIP (Family Love & Involvement Program) is sponsoring a fish plate fundraiser. This is to support its after school tutorial program. The price for each plate is $7 and will include filet fish, baked beans, slaw and a dessert. Please visit our website: www.wsflip.com. Voting Rights Act celebration In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, the Student Government Council of Forsyth Technical Community College is sponsoring an educational film screening and interactive discus sion on Bill Moyer's documentary "State of Conflict: NC.? It offers a case study of what iriay be the direc tion of American politics for years, perhaps decades, to come. The film will begin at 3:30 p.m. on Monday, March 30 at the Mazie Woodruff Campus of Forsyth Tech, located at Carver Road and Lansing Drive. It is free, open to the public and refresh ments will be served. 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