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Through Oct. 12 - Small Business "Pathway to Success" Series The Forsyth County Public Library Southside Branch will hold the "Pathway to Success" series in the library audito rium, 3185 Buchanan St., for those thinking about starting their own business. Join us for one session, or all, as your schedule allows. Sessions run Wednesdays through Oct. 12 from 6-8 p.m. These programs are part of the Small Business Series at Forsyth County Public Library, in partnership with Forsyth Tech Small Business Center. Call 336 703-2980 for directions to Southside. For more infor mation, call 336-703-3023 or email lohmanj2@forsyth.cc. You may also register for each session at Forsyth Tech Small Business Center by calling 336-757-3810. All programs are free and open to the public. Through Nov. 1 - The American Farm Workshop Reynolda House Museum of American Art will offer a six-session workshop through Wake Forest University's Lifelong Learning Program. This course will explore Grant Wood's work and its relation to other Regionalist painters and their predecessors. Primary instructors are Margaret Norfleet Neflf, co founder of the Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market; Allison Slaby, curator; Bari Helms, direc tor of archives and library; and Phil Archer, Betsy Main Babcock Director of Program and Interpretation. The cost is $125, plus possible mem bership fees. Register and find more information online at reynoldahouse.org or call 336.758.5150. Now through June 2017-Art Exhibit As part of its 2016-17 season, the Winston Salem Delta Fine Aits is pleased to introduce INTERSEC TIONS + CONVERSA TIONS: The People's Gallery at Delta Arts Center. The new space, carved from Delta Arts Center's renovated lobby area, will run concurrently with the regular exhibition schedule inside the Center's 1400 sq. ft main Simona Atkins Allen gallery from September 2016 thru June 2017. The People's Gallery will fea ture five yearly exhibitions with dynamic new pro gramming designed to spur dialogue and camaraderie among citizens, using art as a vehicle for observation and discovery. This sea son's installations will reflect regional artists' interpretations around the themes of race, class, and power. The intention is to provide an additional plat form for arts activists look ing to create awareness around complex issues in the community. The People's Gallery inaugural installation will feature works by local photogra pher Owens Daniels from his series titled, Black Poet. Delta Arts Center is located at 2611 New Walkertown Road. Hours are Tuesday - Friday 10 am.-5 p.m. and Saturday 11 am.-3 p.m. Delta Arts Center is closed every third Saturday of the month. Delta Arts Center is free and open to the public. For more information visit http://www.deltaartscen ter.org/ or call (336) 722 2625. Today, Sept. 29 - "Art's New Vote" Block Party Art Nouveau Winston Salem, a part of the Aits Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, will present Art's New Vote Block Party today, Sept. 29, from 5-9 pjn- at Artivity Park, 630 N. Liberty St. The block party will feature entertainment, food and games for young, creative people in an envi ronment that provides an opportunity for them to register to vote in the upcoming election, me party will feature Carolina Stars Drumline, DJs, Games, Hoots Beer, and Food Trucks. Today, Sept. 29 -Oct. 2 - Theatre Production of "Chicago" Theatre Alliance will present "Chicago" Sept. 29 _ Oct. 2 at Theatre Alliance, 1047 Northwest Blvd. Tickets to Chicago are priced at $18 for Adults and $16 _ for students/seniors. There is also a $2 per ticket dis count available for groups of 10 or more. Tickets may be purchased in person at the Theatre Alliance Box Office (Fridays from 12:30-3 p.m.), online at www wstheatrealliance .org or by calling Brown Paper Tickets at (800) 838-3006. Please call Theatre Alliance at 336-723-7777 with any questions about this or future shows. Today, Sept. 29 - Oct. 1 - Fall Dance Concert Three world premieres and a repertory favorite are on the program for the Fall Dance Concert at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA), running today, Sept. 29, through Saturday, Oct. 1. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, with a 2 p.m. matinee on Saturday, in Agnes de Mille Theatre on the UNCSA campus, 1533 South Main St. in. Winston-Salem. Tickets are $18 regular and $15 student with valid ID, and can be purchased online at www.uncsa.edu/perfor mances, or by calling the box office at 336-721 1945. Today, Sept. 29 - East Winston Neighborhood Meeting All East Winston resi dents are invited to attend our monthly neighborhood meeting. The Winston Salem Police Department is always on hand to answer neighborhood con cerns. We ask that any private or business developers that have plans for East Winston to please attend . The next meeting is today, Thursday, Sept. 29, at 6 pjn. at 14th St. Recreation Center. To RSVP call Marva Reid at 336-997 2519. Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 - Winston-Salem Fashion Week Event The second annual Winston-Salem Fashion Week event features local artisans, fashion designers, boutique owners, make-up artists, models and photog raphers. "Ready for the Runway Fashion and Art!" will kick off the red carpet event on Friday, Sept. 30, at 7:30 p.m. at the Marriott Downtown in the Heam Ballroom. A reception and live music by M&R Soul Expression featuring Ron Hunter and the Brown Bag Exhibition by Owens Daniels will follow. Tickets are available at www.ticketriver.com/Wins tonSaleihFashion Week. Sept. 30 - Oct. 9 - Fire Department See Com.Cal on B7 Community Briefs Twin City Stage announces interim costume shop manager Twin City Stage (TCS) has announced Jeannette Brown as its Interim Costume Shop Manager. She has taken over this part of the position vacated by Justin Hall, who recently accepted a post in the Costume Department at Averett University in Virginia. Brown will also serve as costume designer for TCS's first production of the season. Little Women: The Musical. The remaining shows of the theatre company's season will be assigned to guest costume designers. Jeannette Brown is a Winston Salem native, and R. J. Reynolds High school grad. Brown has a degree in history/classical civilization from the University of Richmond. She most recently has been the costume designer of several shows with Spring Theatre, including "Guys and Dolls, Jr.," "Mulan, Jr.," and "Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jr." The costume shop offers costume rentals to individu als, groups and theatre companies. Halloween rentals will begin Wednesday, Oct. 5. WFU's Emergency Manager: What We Can Learn from Hermine Even though the impact of Tropical Storm Hermine was minimal in Winston-Salem, Wake Forest University's Emergency Manager August Vernon says it presents a timely reminder for stu dents, faculty and staff to familiarize themselves with the University's emergency notification system known as Wake Alert. Wake Alert provides informa tion and advisories via a number of communication channels, including the Wake Alert website, text mes saging, an outdoor warning system, campus cable TV, e-mail. Twitter, voice mail and a recorded message on the Wake Forest Weather and Emergency Phone Line. More information is available at www.wakealert.wfu.edu. UNCSA School of Filmmaking among the country's best programs The School of Filmmaking at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) is among the nation's best film schools, according to The Hollywood Reporter, a prestigious voice of the entertainment industry. UNCSA's Film School is ranked No. 14 in the publication's sixth annual list of "The Top 25 American Film Schools." To create the list for its Aug. 26 issue, available online, The Hollywood Reporter consulted with "academic experts, industry professionals and scores of film school alumni." The article noted that the UNCSA Film School is "transforming into a cutting-edge tech hub. This fall, it's offering a new track in immersive entertainment and augmented reality as students cre ate a VR (virtual reality) movie with help from Jacquie Barn brook, producer of The Martian VR Experience." The Chronicle jd* DIXIE CUSSIC FAIR l^SpSi lest Sundays October 2nd & October 9th 3:00 pm-6:00 pm Clock Tower Stage ? ? October 2 Emcees Debra Terry-accomplished actress, comedian, singer and producer, is the event's organizer and emcee, owner of Mustard Seed Entertainment. Carmen Rnsaell Bonham- funeral director, gospel announcer and well known member of the Russell family has had a visible role in the community for over 20 years. Infill faetral Ben* at- Paul Mass Choir ' Sponsored by RAKfe B w"EC|*?Ici1?* M&F Bank 3^mirrnl flame

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