February 26, 2015

Weekend Roundup, Feb 27-29


Skip ahead:
Friday in Sanford/Lee County NC
  • Open Registration at Lee County Gymnastics, 221 Commercial Court, Sanford NC
    When:
    3-6p
    What: Register children (ages toddler+) for recreational classes. Fees are $30/session for 30 minutes/week, $65/session for 1 hour/week, and $80 for 1.5 hours/week. Call 919-774-6445 for more information.

Saturday in Sanford/Lee County NC
  • ‘Adapting to Winter’ at Raven Rock State Park, Lillington NC
    When:
    10a
    What: Join a park ranger for a half-mile hike to discover how plants and animals cope with winter weather. Meet at the picnic shelter.
  • Zumbathon at St Luke UMC, 2916 Wicker Street, Sanford NC
    When:
    10a-12p
    What: The Miss Greater Sandhills Greater Carolina Scholarship organization is holding its 1st Annual Zumbathon. Jennifer Chappell and Cayce Maples will be the instructors. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door.
  • Live Music at 21578 NC Hwy 24/27, Cameron NC
    When:
    7p
    What: Matt Bednarsky will perform as part of the Saltydog House Concert series. Admission is a suggested $15 donation. A light meal, snacks, and beverages will be provided. RSVP to rob120m@aol.com.

Sunday in Sanford/Lee County NC
  • Pittsboro First Sunday Artisan Fair in downtown Pittsboro NC
    When:
    12-4p
    What: Artists, crafters, and businesses welcome the public for an afternoon of food, music, and shopping.
  • NC Symphony at the Civic Center, 1801 Nash Street, Sanford NC
    When:
    3:30-5p
    What: The Symphony will perform.Tickets are $32 for adults, $12 for students, and $30 for seniors.

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Social Buzz, Feb 26

Thursday's posts:
  • The Cute Closet needs models between ages 18 and 26 and at least 5’8” for their spring photo shoot. Those selected will receive a free outfit of choice. Email your bio and two photos (one full length) to shopcutenc@gmail.com.
  • Need a self-defense seminar? G-Force Kenpo Karate will provide one for free. You must have a minimum of 10 participants. Contact Ben at 919-776-2448 to get started.
  • Buchanan’s Music will host an open mic on Saturday (1-4p). Anyone can sign up to perform.
Do more: See our full calendar for the day on Facebook or right here on our website.

February 25, 2015

Social Buzz, Feb 25

Wednesday's posts:
  • Join a park ranger at Raven Rock on Saturday for a half-mile hike to discover how plants and animals cope with winter weather. Meet at the picnic shelter at 10a.
  • UnWINEd is hosting its annual chili competition on Saturday (6:30-9p). Make your favorite chili for all to taste. Winner gets a bottle of wine. Isabel Taylor will perform during the event.
Do more: See our full calendar for the day on Facebook or right here on our website.

February 24, 2015

Social Buzz, Feb 24

Tuesday's highlights:
  • Go hear live mariachi at San Felipe on Horner Blvd tonight (6-9p). There will also be drink specials all evening.
  • Open registration at Lee County Gymnastics is this Thursday and Friday (3-6p). Register at their gym, located at 221 Commercial Court. Call 919-774-6445 for more information.
  • Don’t forget about the Give Kids A Smile event at the Central Carolina Dental Center on Saturday (9a-3p). Uninsured children ages 1-13 can get free dental and health services, Space is limited. To register, call 910-479-4509 and leave a callback number or here.
Do more: See our full calendar for the day on Facebook or right here on our website.

February 23, 2015

Social Buzz, Feb 23

Monday's posts:
  • Dreams Cafe and Gourmets is showing “Hidden Color: The Rules of Racism” tonight (6:30p). Admission is free.
  • Andy Bryan, Lee County Schools’ superintendent, will hold an informal community meeting in the media center at Greenwood Elementary tonight (5:30p). Parents, community members, and school employees are encouraged to attend.
  • Mrs. Universe Sabrina Pinion will speak at CCCC’s Science Building tomorrow (11a-1p). HAVEN will also make a presentation. The event is open to the public.
Do more: See our full calendar for the day on Facebook or right here on our website.