New Year’s resolutions are a fun way to set a goal for yourself and stay motivated throughout the year. Although the end of January is near, it’s not too late to start yours. Common examples of resolutions are saving money, getting in shape and exploring new hobbies. Want a resolution but aren’t sure what to try? Tap into your creative side like local artist Ryan Oakley, or try new things like hot chocolate bombs or hard cider. Then, check out what’s going on this weekend in the Triad.
THURSDAY Jan. 21
Big Cheese Food Truck @ Cellar 23 (GSO) 5 p.m.
Stop by Cellar 23 for Big Cheese’s menu of sandwiches, subs, wraps and brunch. Visit their website to view the full menu.
COVID-19 Vaccine Community Meeting @ city of Greensboro (GSO) 5:30 p.m.
The city of Greensboro’s International Advisory Committee is hosting an online meeting about the COVID-19 vaccine, its development and where to receive it for free. Join via Zoom or dial in by phone at 312.626.6799. The meeting ID is 988 0605 9533 and the passcode is 060163.
FRIDAY Jan. 22
#CreationBeyondTheSurface @ 100 S. Main Street (HP) 5 p.m.
Artist ClaraKhay Johnson discusses her work while introducing new pieces from her Infusion series. For more info, visit the event page.
Book Discussion @ Greensboro Bound (GSO) 7 p.m.
Debut author Kasey Thornton will participate in a Zoom discussion, organized by Greensboro Bound and hosted by fellow author Drew Perry, about her book Lord the One You Love is Sick. The event is free but requires registration for access. To register, visit the event page.
Soul Revival @ High Point Yoga School (HP) 6 p.m.
Set your soul on fire on Friday nights at High Point Yoga School during soul revival. Spots are limited due to COVID restrictions, so reserve your space in advance on HPYS’s website.
SATURDAY Jan. 23
Blacksmith Demonstration @ High Point Museum (HP) 10 a.m.
Stop by High Point Museum to view a costumed blacksmith in action as he crafts various ironworks. This educational opportunity is free and great for all ages.
Adoption Event @ the Natural Dog (GSO) 11 a.m.
Ruff Love Rescue has adoptable dogs that need fur-ever homes. They’ll be at the Natural Dog ready to introduce those fur babies to you. For more information, visit the event page.
SUNDAY Jan. 24
Brunch @ Natty Greene’s Brewing Co. (GSO) 10 a.m.
Join Natty Greene’s for brunch every Saturday and Sunday, featuring specialty cocktails and home-cooked favorites. Get your order to-go through Natty Greene’s website.
Brunch @ SouthEnd Brewing Co. (GSO) 10:30 a.m.
Join SouthEnd for Sunday brunch, featuring $3 mimosas, French toast and more. Learn more on the event page.
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