Downtown Sculpture Garden

Greensboro Parks and Recreation City Arts and Events, in partnership with the Tri-State Sculptors Educational Association, presents a public sculpture garden at the Greensboro Cultural Center, 200 N. Davie St. Admission is free, and the sculptures will be on display through October 2019. The exhibit, which is located on the east side of the building, is part of the association’s 40th annual conference, which was held in October. The sculpture garden has been funded by from the City of Greensboro and Public Art Endowment.

Women’s Wellness Series

Bridge to the New Year: Women’s Wellness Series continues in January. This interactive series is designed to spark insight and growth in areas where you may feel stuck. Engage with a multi-generational group of women in exploring opportunities for connection and transformation of lifestyle patterns, so you can feel focused, effective and emotionally at ease in your day-to-day life. Jan. 8 is Winter Self-Care – How the Colder Season Spikes the Need for Intentional Self-Care; and January 15 is Viewing Life Transitions through the Lens of Gratitude. Sessions are noon – 1 p.m., in Room 403 of the Greensboro Cultural Center at LeBauer Park, 200 N. Davie St. Conversations are followed by a power yoga class starting at 1:15 p.m. Conversation are led by Cheri Timmons Coaching, LLC. Participants are invited to bring their lunches.

Volunteers Needed for Out of the Garden Project

Out of the Garden Project is encouraging volunteers to join in helping to pack food boxes at Foust Elementary Saturday, Jan. 12 and on the second Saturday of each month. The work begins at 9:45 a.m. finishes around 11:30 a.m. Participants should wear closed-toed shoes and clothes that you feel comfortable working in outside the whole time. Volunteers gather in front of the entrance to the school where the food truck arrives. For more information, contact Eric Bruesch at ericbruesch@gmail.com; 336.501.4060.