A few handpicked happenings that might be under your radar (until now).
Friday, February 5th
@ Sawtooth School for Visual Art
>> Artist Reception for ‘Partnered’: Head over to Sawtooth tonight for light hors-d’oeuvres, wine, and meet the artists of their latest exhibit, ‘Partnered’. This exhibit features work by artists who are also couples including: Veronica & David Bennett (glass/found objects), Ed & Kate Coleman (ceramics), Katie Chasteen & Zac Trainor (photography/painting), Charlie & Linda Riggs (ceramics), and Pat & Paul Spainhour (encaustic/metals). This will be held alongside the Artist Reception for ‘Visuals from the Virtual‘.
(5p // FREE / more details)
@ Downtown Arts District (6th, Trade & Liberty Streets)
>> First Friday Gallery Hop! presented by the Downtown Arts District Association (DADA). Gallery Receptions, live artist demonstrations, music, theatre and dance. Streets are closed with parking available in surrounding lots. Extended hours for the galleries and locally owned businesses. Be sure to pop into Kleur for the Opening Reception for the work of Chandra Noyes and while you’re there, register to V.O.T.E.
(7pm-10pm // FREE)
Saturday, February 6th
@ The Chatham Building (305 West Fourth Street)
>> Cobblestone Farmers Market – Winter edition : Winston-Salem’s favorite market has headed indoors for the Winter and will be in The Chatham Building Saturdays through March 19th. Expect local produce, live plants, baked goods, cheeses, a range of happy meats plus much more. Check their Facebook page for the latest updates.
(9am – 11am)
Did you know? The Cobblestone Farmers Market is one of North Carolina’s very few completely vetted, sustainable, producer-only farmers markets offering customers the guarantee that all vendors meet the sustainable, naturally-grown, and humane practices required by the market. All beef, lamb, and pork products are certified Animal Welfare Approved, which has the most rigorous standards for animal welfare in the U.S.
@ Foothills Brewing Tasting Room
>> Bend n Brew: Enjoy a 60 minute all levels yoga class that is all about connecting your movement with your breath through a variety of asanas (poses) amidst repurposed barrels, rows of kegs + glistening fermenters. The potpourri of hops + sweet malt fills the air. Afterwards enjoy a pint of one of the 28 locally crafted beers on tap at Foothills Brewing Tasting Room. Enjoy it all for a modest five bucks.
(11:00a // $5)
@ Centennial Trading Co.
>> Belt Making Workshop: Centennial Trading Co invites you to “come make your own badass belt”. Only 10 spots available and each “ticket” will allow one person entry into their workshop where they will help guide you through all the stages, from fitting/correct sizing of your custom belt, to cutting your own strap from a full hide, marking/punching holes & fitting buckle. Lastly they will have a short tutorial on leather care/the products they use for keeping leather items in top shape and only getting better with wear & age.
(6pm // $55 / more details)
@ Temple Emanuel
>> 2016 Heart of the Community Truffle Dinner: This is where you will find us on Saturday and we can’t wait to meet some of you there. We have partnered with one of our favorite Townies, Jane Morgan Smith of Truffles NC to support her annual Heart of the Community Truffle Dinner to benefit the Children’s Law Center of Central North Carolina. Harrison will be chef-ing (with the Five Loaves Catering crew), I will be there serving and picture-taking, Raffaldini Vineyards will be pouring wine and Chef Susi Gott Seguret will be showing guests how to make their own truffled truffles (say whaaa?!?!). Online sales have closed but you can click here to learn how to put your name on the waiting list (if you didn’t act fast).
(6p / $100)
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Sunday, February 7th
@ Your favorite big screen
>> Super Bowl 50: Carolina Panthers vs. Denver Broncos
In case you haven’t heard there is a pretty big game happening this Sunday. Yep, ’tis the season for supersized commercials, loads of cheese dip, jerseys galore…oh and championship football, too. As Triad City Beat says “The Carolina Panthers have pounded their way to the very top; to miss this game would be downright anti-Carolinian.” Don’t be anti-Carolian. Tune in, cheer loud and don’t forget your hashtag. #KeepPounding