The 2019 Expo will be the first of its type in the country, featuring tattoo artists, gun dealers and exhibitors including a variety of gear, clothing and novelty vendors. Show attendees will have the opportunity to get tattooed, converse with gun enthusiasts, participate in seminars and demonstrations, enjoy sideshow performances and participate in the Ink and Arms Tattoo Contest.
With JDRF’s increased focus on Moore County, it’s not only simpler for local families and individuals dealing with type 1 to receive the support they need but also easier for them to raise funds to find a cure. Tennis to Tent to Tee provides a way for the local T1D community to come together to help create a world without this disease.
Fist Kids consignment sale will be Sept. 26–28 at First Presbyterian Church. Early access begins on Thursday, Sept. 26, for only $10 at the door with the fun lasting through Saturday!
Mark your calendar for the 11th annual Greensboro Run/Walk for Autism. You can run the 5K or run/walk the 1K. Register online today and ask friends and family to join you and form a team! Proceeds will improve the lives of individuals with autism and support their families through the programs and services of the Autism Society of North Carolina.
Muscle walks are celebrations of giving strength, an opportunity to recognize members within our community as well as come together in support of a common cause. Sign up for Muscle Walk as an individual, with a team, or create your own team. Ask others to join or support you; they’ll be grateful for a fun and rewarding experience.