Daily Beat: July 2, 2014



Welcoming the Stranger coauthor Matthew Soerens is leading a breakfast discussion about immigration at Centenary United Methodist Church at 8:30 a.m.

The Parent Teacher Organizing Project is holding a meeting this morning at 9 a.m. at the People’s Perk coffee shop in Greensboro. Details here.

Scott Carpenter, the coordinator of music programming at Old Salem Museums & Gardens, is giving an organ recital today at noon in the James A. Gray, Jr. Auditorium in the Old Salem Visitor Center. And it’s free.

Speaking of free lunchtime music, Sam Frazier is playing the Tunes @ Noon gig at Center City Park in Greensboro this week alongside two food trucks.

Reynolda House’s Object of the Month talk is today at 2:30 p.m., focusing on a singular piece in the collection. This time, it’s “The Washington Family” print by Edward Savage (Yeah the Washington family). Curator Allison Slaby is giving the talk. I’m sure you’re dying to know that her husband Phil was one of my history professors at Guilford College — a great example of one of the families that bridges the gulf between Triad cities.


Shift’s monthly meeting is today at 6 p.m. at the Nussbaum Center in Greensboro.

Geeksboro (in Greensboro) is screening A Hard Day’s Night at 7:30 p.m.

This will either mean nothing or everything to you: Thou and the Body are playing a set together at Legit Biz in Greensboro tonight at 8 p.m. These bands are a huge deal, if you’re into that sort of thing.