The Greensboro Fringe Festival is a live arts festival that presents new theater, dance and music. Beginning its 17th annual festival in January and February 2019, the festival introduces audiences to emerging artists with live theater and dance performances in Downtown Greensboro. Visit GreensboroFringeFestival.org for ticket and show information.
This "whodunit" mystery dinner party is a fundraising event to benefit the Community Theatre of Greensboro. Cocktails, dinner, a "clues" kit and the opportunity to explore the O.Henry Hotel to determine "whodunit." This event keeps all on the move throughout the hotel and provides culinary delights by Green Valley Grill. Tickets: $125
Slam it. Drop it. Rhyme it. Stop in to share your poetry, some jazz and some coffee.
The Drama Center Pictures Movie Mondays.workshop is Jan. 28 at the Greensboro Cultural Center, Suite 2, 200 N. Davie St. Drama Center Pictures provides workshops and practical experience in filmmaking for teens and adults. There are opportunities for all experience levels to learn the art of movie-making. For more information, visit TheDramaCenter.com or call 336.373.2974.
Grandparents—with or without their grandchildren along for the fun—will hear from local experts about how to strengthen their connection with their grandchildren in today's digital world. Learn about digital resources from Sesame Street in Communities, as well as fun ways grandparents can use technology to have a positive influence on their grandchildren. 9:30 - 11 a.m.
Join Healthy Relationships Initiative and YMCA of Greensboro at three YMCA branches (Ragsdale, Spears and Bryan Family YMCAs) to play and connect as a family! Play games, enjoy healthy snacks and be part of a fun community art project. 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Free. 336.334.3426, firstname.lastname@example.org