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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, September 29, 2016, Page B7, Image 17

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I Com. Cal I from pag* B4 Demonstrations The Fire Department will be setting stove-top fires daily during the Dixie Classic Fair to demonstrate the effectiveness of stove top fire-suppression canis ters. The department will also hold daily demonstra tions of a home sprinkler stove-top fire suppressors which attach with magnets to the stove hood. The demonstrations will be ? held ne^t to the Fire Department's Fire Safety House, which will be sta tioned at the fair near the Gate 2 entrance. Weather permitting, demonstrations will be held: ?Friday, Sept. 30: 11 are., 5 pre. ?Saturday, Oct. 1: 11 are., 3 pre., 6 pre. ?Sunday, Oct. 2: 11 are., 3 pre., 6 pre. ?Monday, Oct. 3: 3 pre., 5 pre. ?Tuesday, Oct. 4: 11 are., 5 pre. ?Wednesday, Oct. 5:11 are., 5 pre. ?Thursday, Oct. 6: 11 are., 5 pre. ?Friday, Oct. 7: 11 are., 5 pre. ?Saturday, Oct. 8: 11 are., 3 pre., 6 pre. ?Sunday, Oct. 9: 11 are., 3 pre. Also at the fair, the Fire Department will have its Fire Safety House and its Fire Safety Town, featuring fun and hands-on activities that teach children the prin ciples of fire safety; and the Fire Department will be accepting sign-ups from Winston-Salem residents interested in participating the department's free smoke alarm installation program. Sept. 30 and Oct. 14 *? School Open House High school and col lege students who are inter ested in careers in the arts are invited to visit the cam pus of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) for a day and discover why it is ~f Place for exceptionally talented students to train and study. Open Houses nave been scheduled for Fnday. Sept. 30, for high ^nool Programs in dance drama, music, and visual ?ts, and Friday, Oct. 14, tor college programs in dance, design and produc tion, drama, film, and music. Online registration is required. Check in for each open house is at 9 ?.m. and -the programs ?8,n at 9:15 a.m. Prospective students can find links to registration forms and agendas at http://www.uncsa.edu/ope n^ousf- For questions u'*>4I<?pen House,contact Offiee of Admissions at openhouse@uncsa.edu, or 336-770-3290. Open House attendees under 18 must arrive with a legal guardian or provide a parental/guardian signature and contact information upon check-in. Sept. 30-"Oh, Deer!" Presentation Forsyth County ? ??Perat've Extension, 1450 Fairchild Road, will present a workshop on how to minimize deer damage by understanding deer behavior and using repel lents, fencing, and deer resistant plant on Sept. 30 at 12 noon. The presenter will be Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Wallace Williamson. Free. Registration Required: coop-ext registration@forsyth.ee or 336-703-2850, no earlier than two weeks prior to the program. Space is limited. For accommodations for persons with disabilities, please contact our office no later than five days before the event. Sept. 30 - Lions Club Information Session The Winston-Salem Twin City Host Lions Club is seeking civic-minded men and women to join them in making a differ ence in the community. The club is hosting a float ing information session on September 30, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., at Five Points Restaurant on Stratford Road for people who want to leam more about the club and its work. To leam more about the information session, the Winston Salem Twin City Host Lions Club or its service projects, contact John McKenzie at 336-473 0771. Sept. 30 - Staged Reading Studio Somerville will present the staged reading of Leigh Somerville's play, "It All Started with a Dog" on Sept. 30,7 p.m., at Gray Auditorium in the Old Salem Visitor's Center, 900 Old Salem Road. The evening will also include music by Jim Moody and a surprise cameo stage appearance. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $15 and advanced tickets are $12 at Brown Paper Tickets. If you order tickets in advance, you will be placed in a drawing to win Somerville's trilogy: It All Started with a Dog, All Good Things and Black Dog Magic. The winner will be announced before the show. All proceeds from ticket sales will bene fit No to Ofvarian cancer). For more information about the production, please call 336-408-9739. Oct. I - Yoga by the Barn at Old Salem Old Salem Museums & Gardens is presenting Yoga by the Bam on Saturday, Oct. 1 from 9 am. to 10 a.m. in the Salem Tavern Meadow adjacent to the Salem Tavern Bam at 812 South Main Street. Participants can support the education and restora tion efforts of Old Salem Museums & Gardens while enjoying a relaxing yoga session in a historic setting. Deanna Dzybon of Rock Water Yoga will lead the yoga class. All yoga skill levels are encouraged to participate- Attendees should bring their own mat. The event ?s free, however a donation to Old Salem Museums & Gardens is requested to participate (minimum $5 donation suggested). No registration is required. All participants have a chance to win a year-long family membership to Old Salem. Oct. 1 - Community Day and Job Fair A Community Day and Job Fair for the Southeast Neighborhood Association will be held noon to 4 p.m. at the in the Oct. 1 Goodwill Parking Lot, 514 Waughtown St. in Winston-Salem. Free food, drinks health screenings, credit checks and job searches. Call 336-734 6999 for more information. Oct. 3 - Mobile Mammography Event On Monday, Oct. 3, a mobile mammography event will take place out side the Subway restaurant at Pavilion at Highland Oaks, 660 Hanes Mall Blvd., to raise awareness of breast cancer that affects one in eight women and one in ljOOO men in the U.S. Walk-in Screenings will be available between 10 am. and 2 p.m. You must have a primary care doctor to participate. Guests who participate will receive a free SUBWAY? cookie as a treat. Local SUBWAY? shops in the Triad area and Susan G. Komen Northwest North Carolina to help save lives, and fund research to find the cures. Beginning Oct. 3 - FitForsyth Challenge The Forsyth County Department of Public Health has its upcoming fall challenge on their online fitness tracking pro gram called FitForsyth. It is beneficial for the begin ner to the marathon runner, encouraging all fitness lev els to eat well and stay active. Have a Story Idea? Let us feiow m^mkwtickm ?( WflCOMt NtW ruiiNit !?>?? Jill [hiMii hMnl^giiiilni ? lutmmm ? >?!??>? ? fwi> n ? tmmm * mmmm ? mm* ? toil ?Pimhi> < 4wmwe 0k?(kflt? j wcvpi nmm fldVM d hMMnanr (336) 744-1300 ? ??wftlwllll IW upen Vf on-Fri 11-3 Sunday 12-4 beta's Restaurant 192 Wert 3rd Street, Sake Lp5 Wimtoa-Salrm, NC 27101 Pfcoac: (336) 750-WI1 ELLISON Eric 8. Ellison Attorney Allm Is Your Llcsnse Revoked or ?van Permanently Revoked? 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