Weekend Roundup September 26-29, 2013

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Check out our top picks for the weekend events for September 26-29, 2013. Lots of great adventures, including the French revolution, museums, black walnuts, the father of funk and so much more you will not want to miss! If you participate in any of these weekend events, please stop back by this page to leave us a comment or photo below on how you made your weekend a MyWinston-Salem.com weekend!

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Top Cinema Pick: Enough SaidEnough_Said_Poster

  • Friday, September 27: 3PM, 5:30PM, 7:45PM & 10PM
  • Saturday, September 28: 12:45PM, 3PM, 5:30PM, 7:45PM & 10PM
  • Sunday, September 29: 12:45PM, 3PM & 5:30PM
  • a/perture cinema
  • 311 W. Fourth St
  • Tickets: $7-$9.25
  • www.aperturecinema.com

This grown-up romantic comedy features James Gandolfini in his final role before his death. See his refreshing performance with Julia Louis-Dreyfus. After attending a party, massage therapist and single mom Eva (Dreyfus) ends up with a new boyfriend and a new client who becomes her new best friend. She soon discovers that the two are the “exes” the other complains about to her.

Top Theatre Pick: Les MisérablesLes-Mis

Possibly the most popular musical of all time, Les Misérables depicts 19th century France in the throes of civil unrest. After 19 years of unjust imprisonment, Jean Valjean is released to find that there is no work for an ex-con. He breaks parole to have a fresh start and begins a lifelong quest for redemption. Police inspector Javert pursues Valjean relentlessly, staunchly refusing forgiveness and mercy, even for a changed man. Please note that due to production demands, the performance will be held at SECCA, rather than the Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance theatre.

Top Fresh Pick: Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market

  • Cobblestone Farmers MarketSaturday, September 28
  • 9AM-12PM
  • Old Salem
  • more info
Cobblestone Farmers Market graces the historical streets of Old Salem every Saturday! The market sets up from 9AM-12PM. At this nationally recognized producers-only market, you’ll find local veggies, produce, meats, eggs and fresh-baked goods and live music.

Top Family Pick: Smithsonian Museum Day Live!Smithsonian-Museum-Day

Inspired by the Smithsonian Museums, which offer free admission every day, participating museums open their doors to the public during this event, hosted by Smithsonian Magazine. Participating Winston-Salem museums include Wake Forest Museum of Anthropology, Reynolda House Museum of American Art and Old Salem Museum & Gardens. Other Triad museums participating include Greensboro Historical Museum, Guilford College Art Gallery, High Point Museum, Weatherspoon Art Museum and the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame. See the link for more participating NC museums. Admission is free with printed ticket – one ticket per household (good for two people).

Top Festival Pick: Black Walnut Festivalblack-walnut-fest

We love the festive Moravians! Last Saturday was the Bethabara Apple Festival, and this Saturday is the Bethania Black Walnut Festival! Enjoy live music, crafts, old-fashioned games, and of course, black walnuts in this first planned Moravian community.

Top Music Pick: George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic

  • Saturday, September 28george-clinton-pic-150x150-1
  • 9PM
  • Ziggy’s
  • 170 W. 9th St
  • Tickets: $25 adv/$30 door
  • www.ziggyrock.net

See George Clinton, the innovator of funk music, perform live with the Parliament Funkadelic. Doors open at 9PM, show starts at 10PM.

About The Author:

Kristi was born and raised just up the road in Mount Airy (a.k.a. Mayberry) and frequented Winston-Salem often growing up for school field trips, shopping, and dining. After attending Appalachian State University, and a brief stint living in Southern Virginia, Kristi returned to Winston-Salem, NC in 1999 and began her work in non-profit, public relations and writing. She and her family enjoy the convenience of living near downtown Winston-Salem. She enjoys the arts, photography and cooking. "I'm a small town girl at heart, but Winston-Salem isn't an overwhelming city. It is rich with friendly people, history, culture and has a vibrant art community and that is why I am proud to call this "My Winston-Salem!"

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