The Little Green Book FREE Meals in Greensboro When, Where, and How to Get There GREENSBORO A new booklet has been going around town since April. Limecolored. Eight pages thick. Think of The Little Green Book: Free Meals in Greensboro as a weekly planner for the Mar 26, 2016 The Little Green Book FREE Meals in Greensboro When, Where, and How to Get There Directions to the Greensboro Coliseum Complex including the Greensboro Coliseum, Special Events Center, Odeon Theater, Terrace, ACC Hall of Champions, Greensboro Aquatics Center and White Oak Amphitheater: I85 South I40 West from Burlington From the I85 South I40 west split, follow I40 West 7.
5 miles too Exit 218B Greensboro Urban Ministry and other partners work with community advocate Amy Murphy (who writes the blog The Miracles I See) to publish the Little Green Book of free meals and the Little Blue Book of free food pantries. Coliseum Complex; Convention& Visitors Bureau; Legal Aid of North Carolina Greensboro HousingHomelessness Little Green Book Free Meals in Greensboro Partners Ending Homelessness Resource Guide Interactive Resource Center Greensboro Housing Coalition The Little Blue Book and Little Green Book are available at 80 locations in Greensboro, including community centers, Greensboro Urban Ministry, Faith Action International and the Interactive Resource Center.
Not only is the Greensboro Coliseum the biggest performance venue in Greensboro, NC drawing some of the biggest music and sporting events in the country every year but amazing tickets are still available for everything on the schedule!
There's a little something for everyone this year, from the familyfriendly fun of Disney on Ice to With its opening in 1959, the complex held four venues: War Memorial Auditorium, Town Hall Auditorium, The Blue Room and the Greensboro Coliseum. The complex opened on October 29, 1959 for historic show, " Holiday on Ice" .