Category Archives: Events

Posts about upcoming happenings.

It’s National Night Out in College Hill: Next Tuesday, August 2! At College Hill Sundries, The People’s Perk & the burrito truck!

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News to know from Tate Street, Walker Avenue and the ‘Spoon

From the Tate Street business district: There’s activity in the former University Laundry location. Tables and chairs have been moved in and upfitting is under way. Oh boy — another restaurant. … Novelist Miriam Herrin of Walker Avenue was recently … Continue reading

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Welcome to July in College Hill

… and remember, every Tuesday: the In*Spire meditation group and the Taco Tuesday Bike Ride. For details, see the Calendar page.

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Slow down on Tuesdays with a meditation group or bike ride … Plus sightings of little kids, Republicans and a raccoon …

A weekly meditation group will begin meeting this week, Tuesdays at noon at Presbyterian Church of the Covenant. The public is invited. For more information contact Lora Farlow or the church office, 336-275-6403. … Also every Tuesday, the Taco Tuesday Beginner Ride rolls … Continue reading

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A few things you need to know about College Hill right now … including news of babies, chickens, churches and more …

A few short items worth knowing about College Hill, delivered via the venerable but vanishing journalistic device known as a three-dot column: Save the date: National Night Out is Tuesday August 2, and what better place to hold the official College Hill … Continue reading

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Many summer events and an election coming up in June

Once we get beyond the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, we’ll begin a new month with a remarkable number of events in the neighborhood and nearby. These in particular are worth being aware of: Saturday June 4, the annual June Jubilee, an … Continue reading

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College Place UMC to host movie night, big band concert

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Biographers Cline and Covington at Jackson Library on April 21

Ned Cline has written biographies of Joseph Bryan and other major figures in Greensboro and North Carolina. He is a member of the North Carolina Journalism Hall of Fame and served as a renowned political reporter and later managing editor … Continue reading

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College Place UMC to hold Easter egg hunt and lunch Sunday

College Place UMC will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt this Sunday, March 20th. A pizza lunch will be served immediately after the 11 a.m. worship for families and guests attending the Egg Hunt. The Egg Hunt will be in … Continue reading

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Historic Preservation Tax Credit Workshop, Tuesday April 5

The City of Greensboro is hosting a 2016 Historic Preservation Tax Credit Workshop on Tuesday April 5th at the Greensboro Historical Museum. Historic Preservation Tax Credits are available for properties and districts (like College Hill) on the National Register of Historic … Continue reading

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