The Weekender: Spreading the love edition

Pianist Andrew von Oeyen

The triad is loaded with things to do this week so pick a city and get to doing.


Birthday Celebration @ DeBeen Espresso (HP), 11 a.m.

“Go shawty…It’s your birthday…We gon’ party like it’s yo birthday…We gon’ sip Barcardi like …” Okay so change the venue to a coffeehouse instead of the club and we’re pretty sure green tea will be on deck instead of liquor, however, there is definitely a party happening. Debeen celebrates 19 years of business birthday style. More information can be found on

Kleur expansion @ 724 N. Trade St. (W-S), 7 p.m.

Kleur is moving on up and ready to show off its new location to the community that helped to form its vision. Palatable spirits, moving lyrics and a food truck will be along for the celebration. More information on the calendar at


Southern Food Fusion @ the Public House (HP), 6 p.m.

The ZENful Kitchen hosts a Southern food fusion extravaganza at the Public House fit for the true foodie elite. So prepare your palate, drink plenty of water and prepare to be amazed. Complete details and the secret password (joking) can be found on the Public House Facebook page.


Girls Unite! @ Yoga Mindset, (HP), 10 a.m.

Calling all aspiring femme fatales. Yoga Mindset studios will be holding a Get Set Girls Speaking Up workshop in an effort to help direct our feminine youngsters on how to navigate out here in this hard-knock life. Prior registration required due to limited space. Further information can be found on Yoga Mindsets Facebook page and at

Birthday Mox @ Gaming Underground LLC, (HP), 11 a.m.

Gaming Underground is a Magic the Gathering (standard format) event as the last of the player reward season. Wonder if there will be pizza again? Detailed gaming information at Gaming Underground’s Facebook event page.

 Winston-Salem Symphony @ Reynolds Auditorium (W-S), 7:30 p.m.

Dust off the penguin tails and faux stole wraps. Andrew von Oeyen joins the Winston-Salem symphony on piano in an opening gala concert conducted by Robert Moody. For more information, visit


Peace Festival @ Downtown Greensboro (GSO), 5 p.m.

Peace and love man, peace and love. Detailed information on the Greensboro Peace Festival 2016 can be found on the events Facebook page.