Up & Down Uptowne…

Brian Davis Murals Murals by artist Brian Davis of BRIANSTUDIO have begun to appear in Uptowne! Check them out on the buildings at FastSigns (1305 N. Main St.) and also at the new Jollay Home Store (1000 N. Main St.) http://www.fastsigns.com http://www.jollaydesign.com http://www.brianstudio.com   Dining Out for United Way – Tuesday, October 3, 2017 Local... View Article


Brian Davis Murals

Murals by artist Brian Davis of BRIANSTUDIO have begun to appear in Uptowne! Check them out on the buildings at FastSigns (1305 N. Main St.) and also at the new Jollay Home Store (1000 N. Main St.)

http://www.fastsigns.com

http://www.jollaydesign.com

http://www.brianstudio.com

 

Dining Out for United Way – Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Local Uptowne restaurants donate a percentage of sales “today” to United Way. So, dine out to donate! For a list of participating restaurants, http://www.unitedwayhp.org.

 

High Point City Ghost Tours – Thursday, October 5, 2017 – 7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.

A new program presented by High Point Historical Society, featuring Carolina History & Haunts. Ages 8+ and dog friendly. A walking tour begins at Brown Truck Brewery (1234 N. Main St.). Advance reservation is required. $20 per person. Contact High Point Museum at teresa.loflin@highpointnc.gov or 336.883.3022.

 

Book Signing by Laura A. Phillips – Tuesday, October 17, 2017

“The Industrial Legacy of High Point, NC and Highland Cotton Mills Village”

A new High Point history published by Southwest Renewal Foundation. At Sunrise Books (7 Hillcrest Place) from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

http://www.sunrisebookshp.com

http://wwwhigpointsouthwest.org

 

70th Anniversary Celebration of IFDA – Saturday, October 14

Featuring Hicks Design Legacy with honored guests, India Hicks and Ashley Hicks. Limited seating; advance reservation required; $50 per person; tax deductible; fundraiser; reservations by October 3. Contact info@furniturelibrary.com or 336.883.4011.

http://www.furniturelibrary.com

Uptowne High Point Farmers Market – Saturdays through October 28 – 8:30 am to 1:00 pm

Local produce, baked goods, plants, flowers and special events. Bank of North Carolina parking lot (801 N. Elm St behind High Point Public Library

http://www.highpointnc.gov/farmersmarket


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