The Weekender: The Sexual Chocolate Edition

Foothills Brewing has tastes of the entire 9-year Sexual Chocolate catalog on Saturday.

The first batch of Sexual Chocolate came off the rig at Foothills’ brewpub nine years ago. Believe it or not, they’ve still got some on hand, along with kegs from every other annual release. Want to get some of it in your mouth? Read on for this week’s Weekender.


  • Generally speaking, comedy doesn’t age well. But Charlie Chaplin’s work in silent film holds up. Seriously, you can’t look at the guy without cracking up. Geeksboro begins an 8-week retrospective with The Kid, Chaplin’s first feature, beginning on Friday and running through June 25. (GSO)


  • The robots do the running at the Robot Fun Run, which pairs kids and adults to build Lego robots and make them do their bidding. It begins at 12:30 p.m. at the Innovation Quarter at Biotech Place. (W-S)
  • The Weatherspoon Art Museum’a annual Summer Solstice Party, running from 7-9 p.m. has food trucks and music, and also a whole building full of art. (GSO)
  • Holy Ghost Tent Revival closes out High Point’s Whistle Stop series at the High Point depot at 7 p.m. (HP)


  • It’s Blueberry Pancake Day at the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market. The action starts at 8 a.m., with live music and a limited breakfast menu. (GSO)
  • Tiny House Expedition on the Green is a pop-up park and party beginning at 11:30 a.m. at Sixth and Liberty streets. It serves to demonstrate how these tiny home could change the lives of millions of homeless nationwide. (W-S)
  • Foothills Brewing has been making Sexual Chocolate stout for nine years, and they’ve held onto kegs form each brewing. They’re tapping the whole lot at noon and giving tastes of all of them for $5. It tastes so fine, don’t you agree? (W-S)
  • The Breathing Room gathers yogis from across the Triad at Bailey Park to send positive energy to earthquake-ravaged Nepal at 5 p.m.  with 108 sun salutations. No charge. (W-S)
  • Come to the Garage tonight to see why Jack White claims to have stolen his whole act from Dex Romweber, the NC treasure who’s been keeping the flame alive since the 1980s, when he starred in a strange short film on MTV. A dangerous level of rock from Eddie Garcia of 1970s Film Stock comes with admission. (W-S)