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Time Out briefs Sept. 13-19

Lee Street Theatre announces auditions for “The Complete History of America (abridged),” for three multitalented performers of any age, race, or gender. The ability to play a musical instrument is a plus, as well as any improv/vaudeville/circus skills.
Auditions are at 7 p.m., Sept. 17-18, at the Looking Glass Artist Center, 405 N. Lee St. Performances are Nov. 6-10. For details email info@leestreet.orgThe Hunger GamesThis Saturday, Sept. 15 from 1-4 p.m., join the 411 Community Read: The Hunger Games Survival Training Day in the fields at the Stanback Outdoor Theater at Dan Nicholas Park.
This is a free event that offers real hands-on training in wilderness survival for Hunger Games enthusiasts and the general public. Register and participate on-site for training in camouflage face painting, building a fire, finding your way, emergency first aid, making shelter, and more.
You may come dressed as your favorite Hunger Games character. There will be door prizes. After the event participants will be prepared to excel in the upcoming Regional Final Challenge and Event at the Cabarrus Arena on Oct. 13.
Sponsored by Rowan County Parks, Rowan Pubic Library, and local Boy Scout Troop 333. For more information contact bob.pendergrass@rowancountync.gov. For information on the 411 Community Read Hunger Games program see http://411communityread.wordpress.com or www.facebook.com/411CommunityReadBarefoot at the VineAmericana folk rock band Barefoot Movement will take the stage at the Blue Vine, 209 S. Main St., at 9 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14. The Barefoot Movement is a trio of talented musicians from North Carolina and Tennessee whose music successfully melds Americana influences with the invigoration of acoustic modern rock and jazz. There is no cover for this show. On Saturday night, hear David Myers and Ashley Honbarrier. www.thebluevine.comDuffy at TastebudsThe ‘plein air’ inspired landscape artwork of Barbara Duffy is on display at Tastebuds Coffee & Tea throughout September. Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m., 106 N. Main St., 704-245-4134.?Regal Corn MazeSTATESVILLE – Get lost in the giant Oreo cookie at The Regal Corn Maze, beginning Saturday, Sept. 15 and weekends through Nov. 11. Opening weekend hours are Saturday noon-7 p.m. and Sunday noon-5 p.m. For tickets and other information, contact www.RegalCornMaze.com or 704-348-1648.
The Regal Corn Maze’s design this year celebrates Oreo’s 100th birthday. Visitors can also enjoy bull roping (on fake bull heads), pull back on a giant sling shot or take part in the Regal Rodeo on the new bouncy ponies.After-school stringsThe Salisbury Symphony announces that the popular After-School Strings program has expanded to offer not only beginning and intermediate classes for third and fourth graders, but also a Suzuki class for 4-7 year olds and Salisbury Super Strings for advanced students. Scholarships are available.
Salisbury Super Strings is open to string students who have completed at least two years of the After-School Strings program or have had at least one year of private instruction or for those who audition successfully with the director. Rehearsals are held at Southeast Middle School on Wednesdays from 4-5 p.m.
For information and registration form, contact Education Director Susan Trivette at 704-637-4730, or strivett@catawba.eduYoga in the vineyardSeptember Ladies’ Night Out at Cauble Creek Vineyard is “Yoga in the Vineyard,” Thursday, Sept. 20 at 6:30 p.m.
$25 covers an evening yoga session led by Anne Waters of the Blue Ewe Studio, followed by wine tastings and glasses of wine and/or cider.
For information and registrtion, visit www.CaubleCreekVineyard.com or call 704-633-1137. Cauble Creek is located at 700 Cauble Farm Road.?
Grape stompLEXINGTON – Childress Vineyards celebrates the 2012 harvest on Friday, Sept. 21, from 7-10 p.m.
Admission price of $20 includes entertainment by The Plaids and participation in the Grape Stomp. Food and wine will be available for purchase.
Blankets and lawn chairs are permitted, but no outside coolers are allowed. The event will be moved inside if threatening weather occurs.
The vineyard is located at 1000 Childress Vineyards Road, www.childressvineyards.comSpeaker at Catawba”The French and Indian War: A Time to Remember, A Time to Reflect” is the topic of the first Catawba College Community Forum of the academic year, with Dr. Benjamin Farley speaking on his most recent novel. The event is free, open to the public, and begins at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept.18, in Tom Smith Auditorium, Ralph W. Ketner Hall.Waterworks events• Waterworks Visual Arts Center presents The Print Fantastic today, Sept. 13 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. This is the first in the lecture series in conjunction with the Fall Exhibition, and exhibiting artist and printmaker John D. Gall will share his expertise and give a behind-the-scenes look at printmaking. Q&A will follow. Call 704-636-1882 to register. Cost: $5 members, $10 nonmembers.
• ?The opening reception for “Faces of Abundant Living,” a special exhibition at Waterworks in partnership with Abundant Living Adult Day Services, is next Thursday, Sept. 20 from 5-7 p.m. Now in its seventh year, this exhibit features a collection of portraits created by area artists that reveals the “faces” of those served by Abundant Living.
Waterworks is at 123 E Liberty St., www.waterworks.orgHoly Ghost Tent RevivalCHARLOTTE – Holy Ghost Tent Revival will play at The Visulite on Friday, Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $8 for age 16+. The group, based in Greensboro, will also perform at the Americana Music Association Festival & Conference next week. The Visulite is at 1615 Elizabeth Ave.Festival for the ArtsLEXINGTON – A Festival for the Arts will be held by the Arts Academy at Grace, 419 S. Main St. in Lexington on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is free. The festival will highlight the arts, entertainment, food and fun, rain or shine.Call 336-249.7211 or visit www.artsacademyatgrace.org
Charlotte auditionsCHARLOTTE – Queen City Theatre Company announces non-Equity auditions for Martin Sherman’s “Bent,” on Saturday, Sept. 15 from 3-6 p.m. and Sunday the 16th from 3-5 p.m. This is a non-equity casting call. 345 N. College St., www.queencitytheatre.com

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