Here at Taylor Auto Glass, we love our city! While we offer mobile auto glass replacement, our physical location and the heart of our company is located in Greensboro. And we know Greensboro is a busy city here in the Triad. So we’re putting together a list of some of the biggest events going on in Greensboro this month. Find out what’s going on and hopefully we’ll see you around town !
And don’t forget about all the great stuff that comes with a new month! For instance, the Greensboro Children’s Museum always has a First Friday Special where admission is only $2.00 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, so if you’re looking for a great place to spend the evening with your kids, that’s perfect!
Head over to Kahlif Event Center from 5-10pm for a festive winter shopping event! Vendors from all your favorites, including LuLaRoe, will have items for everyone on your holiday shopping list.
Need some new jeans? You’ll find the Wrangler Pop-Up Shop from December through the end of January in downtown Greensboro, 314 S. Elm Street.
Get your Christmas shopping done early at HQ Greensboro at 111 West Lewis Street in Greensboro. Find unique gifts for everyone on your list (don’t forget yourself!) and support small businesses!
Looking for a fun holiday activity to do with your family? The Carolina Theatre is hosting a FREE showing of The Search for Santa Paws on Sunday at 9:30am. Seats are available on a first come, first serve basis, so be sure to show up early! Enjoy free refreshments and get a chance to meet Santa and Mrs. Claus!
Take a break from the holiday hustle and bustle and enjoy a delightful evening sampling up to 30 different wines! This event also features food sampling and great deals on any wines ordered during the tasting. The tasting takes place from 5:30-7:30pm and the entry fee is $15 per person. Follow the link for more information and to reserve your spot.
Parents, do you need somewhere to drop off the kids during their holiday break so you can get some shopping done? Shelf Life Art & Supply Co. at 2178 Lawndale Drive is hosting fun workshops for kids. Each day from 9am-1pm your child will be able to take part in drawing lessons and other fun activities while learning about art history and world cultures. Open to grades K-4 and prices start at $40. Classes are on Thursdays and Fridays, Dec 21-22 and 28-29.
Looking for something a little different to do for the holidays? Ethereal Crack presents the High Point Ghost Tour. Learn about some of High Point’s hauntings and the city’s history with a guided walking tour starting by the High Point Station at the intersection of W. High Ave and N. Main Street. Tours run hourly starting at 6pm Friday and Saturday of every weekend. Tickets are $15, but discounts are available for groups of 4 or more.
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