By Annie Ferguson

1| Southern Ideal Home Show

Browse exhibitors and learn about trends in interior design, building and home improvement, plus green living, kitchen and bath, landscaping and more in this comprehensive home show. Plus, there’s food and wine to sample — and buy — as you consider destinations with travel exhibitors. Tickets: $7 at local Walgreens stores, $9 online, $10 at the door. March 24–27. Greensboro Coliseum Complex, 1921 West Gate City Boulevard, Greensboro. (704) 376-6594

2| Recycled for the Sake of Art

View works of art created from recycled materials, such as an assemblage of post-consumer materials made into the likeness of Marilyn Monroe by artist Kirkland Smith. The works of Miles Purvis, Bryant Holsenbeck and Catherine Edgerton will also be on display. Free and open to the public through April 1. Theatre Art Galleries, 220 East Commerce Ave., High Point. (336) 887-2137 or

3| Spectacular Spring Tulip Bloom

Go Dutch at Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden’s annual tulip celebration and enjoy the colorful splendor of 24,000 tulip bulbs in bloom. Light refreshments will be served. Free and open to the public. April 8, 2 –4p.m., Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden, 215 South Main St., Kernersville. (336) 996-7888 or

4| Easter Festival

Experience Easter the way it’s celebrated in traditional Moravian homes when you visit Old Salem. Hunt for, and decorate, eggs, see a demonstration of egg dyeing with natural dyes, listen to hymns on the Tannenberg Organ in the Single Brothers’ House Saal, and hear a reading of Easter Maus. Activities are included with an All-In-One ticket. April 15, Old Salem Museum & Gardens, 900 Old Salem Road, Winston-Salem. (336) 721-7300 or

5| High Point Market

As the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, this semiannual event brings approximately 75,000 people from around the globe to High Point. Open to industry professionals. April 22–26. 164 South Main St., High Point. (336) 869-1000 or

6| Groovin’ in the Garden

Get jazzed for an afternoon of live musical performances on two stages in one of Greensboro’s newest gardens. Other features include musical activities for children, Garden Quest, plus food vendors and trucks. April 30. Noon–5 p.m., Gateway Gardens, 2924 East Gate City Boulevard, Greensboro.

7| Seventh Annual Tour of Historic Homes and Gardens

For local history and design buffs, this annual event is a must-do. Vintage homes in the Fisher Park neighborhood will open for tours in May as part of National Historic Preservation Month. The tour will highlight stunning features of early 20th century architecture. Participants gain insights into the city’s past through design and horticulture practices. 713 North Greene St., Fisher Park, Greensboro. May 20–21. (336) 272-5003, Tickets: $15–$25 at

8| Concert on the Lawn

Featuring Balsam Range Hear the bluegrass stylings of Balsam Range, where the Great Smoky Mountains meet the Blue Ridge Mountains, at Kernersville’s Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden. As you listen, enjoy food and beverages for purchase from food trucks. Tickets are $15 and proceeds benefit further development of this beloved Triad oasis. June 1, 6:30–8 p.m., Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden, 215 South Main St., Kernersville. (336) 996-7888 or

9| Samuel F.B. Morse’s “Gallery of the Louvre” and the Art of Invention

Imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery. Take this large painting of the famed Salon Carré in the Musée du Louvre, for example. Samuel F.B. Morse spent months selecting paintings for his composition and painstakingly copying them for American viewers who did not have access to such art. When he returned to the United States in 1832, Morse conceived the idea for the telegraph machine. See the Louvre painting with works by old masters, as well as early telegraph machines. Through June 4, Reynolda House Museum of American Art, 2250 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem. (336) 758-5150

10| Parisian Promenade

Who doesn’t love Paris in the springtime? Soak in the sights, sounds and smells of the City of Lights this season without leaving Greensboro. Enjoy sidewalk artists, live music, children’s activities, family games, sidewalk cafes, a poodle parade and more amid a garden in bloom. June 4, Noon–5 p.m., Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden, 1105 Hobbs Road, Greensboro.

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