The Piedmont Daylily Club was founded to serve local growers and backyard lovers of daylilies. 9:30 am Business Meeting; 10:00am Program; and Door Prizes. Free - Open to the Public
This event is Free and open to the public. The public is also invited to enter both the Daylily Show ( Contact John Smethurst at firstname.lastname@example.org) and the Flower Design Exhibit (Nancy at email@example.com://www.piedmontdaylilyclub.com
Allegro Foundation provides FREE movement education classes for children with disabilities. We work on skills such as counting, shapes and colors. Students are also working to build and strengthen muscle tone and increase their range of motion. FREEhttp://www.allegrofoundation.net
Enjoy visually stimulating literature? Join us at Main Library for a monthly meeting of the Visual Lit Book Club, and discover the wide variety of graphic novels available. Check the web site for upcoming titles. Never tried a graphic novel before? They’re more than comic books! New members welcome. FREEhttp://cmlibrary.org/programs/programlisting.asp?form_keyword=visual+lit&progtype1=&ln1=&form_Age=&ds1=&de1=&x=15&y=6
North Carolina Cannabis Patients Network will hold a rally to help educate the public on the benefits of Medical Cannabis. The politicians in Raleigh said we were harassing them. Poll results show 53% public support. We need more to "harass" the Politicians. Freehttp://www.nccpn.org
This one day hands-on workshop is designed for potters of every level who are interested in stylizing their pottery. Techniques that will be covered include paper resist, wax resist, simple alterations, stencil and soft stamp printing, sprigging/stamping, slip trailing, carving, and sgraffito. Lunch will be provided. Pre-registration required. Cost: $86.25. 86.25http://www.cvcc.edu/potters_workshop
Different Roads Home offers support groups of a new sort. Our goal is to focus on individuals that are HIV positive, how they can live a positive lifestyle, and interact and connect with other positive people. Meetings will often be topic driven, encouraging healthy behaviors from eating habits to dating. Our women's support group is open to women who are HIV positive. Women's meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm at Different Roads Home in Huntersville. For more information about our support group or to RSVP for an upcoming meeting, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Free
Different Roads Home offers support groups of a new sort. Our goal is to focus on individuals that are HIV positive, how they can live a positive lifestyle, and connect with other positive people. This group is open to men and women who are HIV positive, as well as their supporters, who may attend regardless of their status. Friends and Family meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm at Different Roads Home. For more information or to RSVP, please contact us at email@example.com. Free
Get your motor runnin' and get on over to The Lost Parrot Restaurant and Bar for Knees in the Breeze. Craft and Domestic draft/bottle specials and the hottest motorcycles in the Carolinas! Freehttp://thelostparrot.wix.com/lostparrot
FOLLOW THE LEADER is an all-day event featuring national speakers from all walks of life who will be teaching leaders and entrepreneurs how to develop their passion & purpose and to gain clarity for their business and personal lives. It promises to be an exciting and educational time for anyone who wants to lead with purpose. $149 (incl. lunch & handouts; price subject to increase)http://followtheleadermovement.com
The club's monthly dance event includes a workshop and refreshments. For more information, call 704-492-7124 or visit www.carolinaballroom.com. $10 for members; $15 for guests
Allegro Foundation provides FREE movement education classes for children with disabilities. We work on skills such as counting, shapes and colors. Students also work to increase their range of motion and their muscle tone. FREEhttp://www.allegrofoundation.net
The DWMC engages women in the political process and advocates for issues important to women, their families, and their community. Prospective members are welcome to attend our meetings to network with women leaders and to hear guest speakers on a variety of topics. The DWMC meets at The Asian Library every second Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm.
A global meet-up for entrepreneurs or aspiring business owners who are driven to Live their Legend. The core focus of the Live your Legend movement is to bring inspiring people together to help each other do work they love and change the world. For more info on the movement www.liveyourlegend.net $5 plus limited number of pay what you can tickets
Welcomes players for weekly $5 tournaments and a special free tournament on the first Wednesday of every month. Temporarily meeting at the O'Charley's in University City. For more information, call club director David Rogers at 704-965-3573 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.