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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, December 15, 2016, Page B8, Image 18

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Com. Cal from page B4 men at work and sample Moravian hospitality with cook ies as well as warm apple cider. The Shops in Old Salem (Moravian Book & Gift, T. Bagge Merchant and C. Winkler Bakery) will remain open until open until 9 p.m. for this event. Tickets are $40 for adults, $20 for students and children ages four to 18. The tickets can be purchased online at oldsalem.org/events/a-christmas-evening-in old-salem or by calling 1-800-441-5305. Dec. 21 & 28 - Free Concerts Old Salem Museum & Gardens will present a series of free concerts at the Old Salem Visitor Center, 900 Old Salem Road, on Dec. 21 and 28 at 12 p.m. Regina Pozzi, Organist and Director of Music Ministry will perform on Dec. 21; Organist and Director of Music for Traditional Worship Frances Burmeister will perform on the Dec. 28 concert. For more information, visit www.oldsalem.org or call 336-721-7300. Now through June 2017 - Art Exhibit As part of its 2016-17 season, the Winston Salem Delta Fine Arts is pleased to introduce INTERSEC TIONS + CONVERSATIONS: 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. Delta Arts Center is located at 2611 New Walkertown Road. Hours are Tuesday -Friday 10 am.-5 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m.-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 infor mation, visit http://www.deltaartscenter.org/ or call (336) 722-2625. Now - Feb. 24 - Proposals for Water Education Grant The Forsyth Creek Week organizing committee will provide a grant of up to $2,500 during 2017 for a water quality education or outreach project. The grant will be made to a registered non-profit organization active in Forsyth County. For more information, and the grant application visit ForsythCreekWeek.org. Applications must be submitted by Feb. 24. The winner will be announced during the Creek Week keynote address March 28. Now - Jan. 1 - Festival of Lights Tanglewood Park, 4061 Clemmons Rd, Clemmons NC, will celebrate the 25th anniversary Festival of Lights now - Sunday, Jan. 1 nightly from 6 p.m. - 11 p.m. The Giannini Brass ensemble will perform on opening night, with Lowes Foods returning as a sponsor. The park will have brand new light displays along with the return of S'moresville at the Gift Village closing each night at 10 p.m. The gift village will also have concessions, Mr. and Mrs. Claus and performers. For more information, about tickets, events and staying at Tanglewood visit http://www.forsyth.cc/Parks/Tanglewood/fol or call 336 703-6481. Dec. 26 - Kwanzaa Umoja Celebration The Winston-Salem Urban League will present the annual citywide Kwanzaa celebration on Monday, Dec. 26 at 6 pjn. The celebration will be held at The Enterprise Center, 1922 S. MLK Jr. Drive. The celebration will intro duce Umoja (Unity) kicking off the seven principles of Kwanzaa. The Umoja day is sponsored by Slyvia Sprinkle Hamlin, Director of Forsyth County Public Library. The program is family oriented including African drumming, music, service recognitions, inspirational messages, food and fellowship. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 336-725-5614. Dec. 27 - Kwanzaa Ki^jichagulia Celebration The Winston-Salem Urban League will present the annual citywide Kwanzaa celebration on Tuesday, Dec. 27 at 6 p.m. The celebration will be held at Delta Arts Center, 2611 New Walkertown Rd. The celebration will focus on Kujichagulia (Self-Determination) focusing on one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa. The Kujichagulia day is sponsored by Delta Fine Arts, Inc. The program is family oriented including African drumming, music, serv ice recognitions, inspirational messages, food and fellow ship. The speaker is Judge Denise Hartsfield, with Mrs. Courtney Omega Taylor-Porter, Proprietor of Positive Image Performing Arts (P.IPA.) as honoree. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 336-722-2625. Dec. 28 - Kwanzaa Ujima Celebration The Winston-Salem Urban League will present the annual citywide Kwanzaa celebration on Wednesday, Dec. 28 at 6 p.m. The celebration will be held at Winston Lake Family YMCA, 901 Waterworks Road. The celebra tion will focus on Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility) focusing on one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa. The Ujima day is sponsored by Big 4 Alumni Group & Winston Lake Family YMCA. The program is family oriented including African drumming, music, serv ice recognitions, inspirational messages, food and fellow ship. The speaker is Rev. Alvin Carlisle, President, NAACP,Winston-Salem Branch with Judge Camille Banks as honoree. The event is free and open to the pub lic. For more information, call 336-724-9205 or 336-725 .5614. Dec. 29 - Kwanzaa Ujamaa Celebration The Winston-Salem Urban League will present the annual citywide Kwanzaa celebration on Thursday, Dec. 29 at 7 p.m. The celebration will be held at Carl Russell Recreation Center, 3521 Carver Road. The celebration will focus on Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics) focusing on one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa. The Ujamaa day is sponsored by Carl Russell Recreation Center. The program is family oriented including African drumming, music, service recognitions, inspirational messages, food and fellowship. Dawn's Travel and More is the honoree. The event is free and open to the public. For more infor mation, call 336-727-2580/ Dec. 29 - 22nd Kwanzaa Celebration CARY - The Ujima Group, Inc., will host the 22nd Kwanzaa Celebration at the Cary Arts Center, 101 Dry Avenue, downtown Cary, NC on Thursday, Dec. 29 from 11 ajn. - 5 p.m. The theme for the celebration is "It's a New Dawn; It's a New Day." There will be a performance by The Elegba from the Yoruba cosmology. The celebra tion will display the tradition of a procession of the elders and the Harambee Circle. The celebration will have fun and activities for young and old. Information about direc tions can be retrieved from The Cary Arts Center at 919 469-4069. For more information, contact Lester Thomas at 919-380-7020 or email lesteithomas845@yahoo.com. Dec. 30 - Kwanzaa Nla Celebration The Winston-Salem Urban League will present the annual citywide Kwanzaa celebration on Friday, Dec. 30 at 6 p.m. The celebration will be held at Grace Presbyterian Church, 3901 Carver School Road. The cel ebration will focus on Nia (Purpose) focusing on one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa. The Nia day is spon sored by Grace Presbyterian Church. The program is fam ily oriented including African drumming, music, service recognitions, inspirational messages, food and fellowship. The event is free and open to the public. For more infor mation, call 336-722-4399 or 767-7530. Dec. 31 - Kwanzaa Kuumba Celebration The Winston-Salem Urban League will present the annual citywide Kwanzaa celebration on Saturday, Dec. 31 at 1 p.m. The celebration will be held at Arts Council Theatre, 610 Coliseum Drive. The celebration will focus on Kuumba (Creativity) focusing on one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa. The Kuumba day is sponsored by NC Black Repertory Theatre Company and Forsyth County Public Library. The program is family oriented including African drumming, music, service recognitions, inspirational messages, food and fellowship. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 336-703-2953. Dec. 31 - New Year's Concert Winston-Salem Symphony will hold a New Year's Eve concert with singer, violinist and banjo player Rhiannon Giddens performing a night of bluegrass, folk and jazz on Saturday, Dec. 31. The concert will be held at Reynolds Auditorium, 301 N. Hawthorne Road, at 8 p.m. The concert will include songs from Shuffle Along such as "Waterboy," "La Vie en Rose," "Maple Leaf Rag" under the baton of Maestro Robert Moody. Tickets range from $20 - $67, and are available in advance by calling the Symphony Box Office at 336-464-0145 or at WSsymphony.org. Jan. 1 - Kwanzaa Imani Celebration The Winston-Salem Urban League will present the annual citywide Kwanzaa celebration on Sunday, Jan. 1 at 2 p.m. The celebration will be held at Old Salem Museums & Gardens, 900 Old Salem Road. The celebra tion will focus on Imani (Faith) focusing on one of the seven principles of Kwanzaa. The Imani day is sponsored by Greater Vision Dance Company and St. Philips Heritage Center. The program is family oriented including African drumming, music, service recognitions, inspira tional messages, food and fellowship. Warren and Geoijean Moore, Owners of Irie Rhythms Restaurant is the honoree. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 336-703-2953. . .. . I aV I V I ? II vi ? HI ? ^ I V V _ \ y i ? V ? I I ? i 1 ^^1 | ? ^| I ?? I ? i1] k\g/? 1 ki L/iII! ? ?me I BOND.SCORE.WIN! I iBinHnHnH 11 ill rl ?II BfllB Hfl HI ??[? Hfl n vfl n va ILBJ AH hh 9a classy hat affair IBMJM? DOUBLE-HEADER: Men's and Women's Basketbal^gains^irgini^Stat^Jniversit^^^alne^yni Women's -5:30 p.m. / Men's-7:30 p.m. ^vrnn DOUBLE-HEADER: Men's and Women's Basketball against Chowan University I Gaines Gym P"?" Women's-2 p.m. / Men's-4 p.m. , I ^Lrnri DOUBLE-HEADER: Men's and Women's Basketball against Elizabeth City State Univ. I Gaines Gym Women's-5:30 p.m. / Men's-7:30 p.m.

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