Wouldn’t it be great if we could all live in quaint Mayberry, N.C., where great aunts bake pies all day, folks can yell for their little ones and they come a-runnin’, and the roots of the ugly tree run deep? If you’re a fan of The Andy Griffith Show and feel Sheriff Andy Taylor and company exemplify values that can teach contemporary society a thing or two, you’ll be in good company at the Brooks Avenue Church of Christ in Raleigh Sunday evenings at 6 p.m., when they present Lessons from Mayberry: Values Learned from a Simpler Time. Each week , their celebration of the ’60s TV show will begin with a screening of one episode, followed by a discussion of the life lessons it shares (community building, caring, love for neighbors, whatever), and an ice cream social! If you’d love a Sunday oasis of niceness before your office Internet connection starts belching forth unrequested links to online porn sites come Monday morning, stop by and whistle along with Andy. Call 821-2400 for details. —Laura Hatmaker