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Avenue Q at the Theater Alliance: This spoof is back by popular demand, telling the story of a recent college graduate who returns to his New York neighborhood to discover that it is not as ordinary as he thought. Note: Recommended for mature audiences. Strong language and adult situations depicted.
Once you’ve gotten your college student all settled into their dorm at Wake Forest University, or before that LJVM Coliseum game or concert, consider chowing down at one of these nearby restaurants…
You’re invited to Krispy Kreme’s 76th birthday party, featuring live music, kids activities, arts and crafts for all ages. Witness the unveiling of a series of doughnut sculptures to be decorated and displayed throughout the city later this year and then auctioned off to benefit local arts organizations. Free coffee and doughnuts!
Following their game against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans on Thursday, July 4th, the Dash will have a special fireworks display “bigger than ever” to honor Independence Day. Additional postgame fireworks will be held the following night (July 5).
The historic Moravian communities of Bethabara, Bethania and Salem were the first in North Carolina to celebrate America’s independence in 1783. Join Bethabara in an old-fashioned Fourth of July celebration including ice cream, live music, wagon hayrides and independence-themed activities.
There is even more to celebrate when it’s half-priced wine night at area restaurants. Use this handy guide to wine and drink specials in Winston-Salem to plan your next date, girls’ night out, dinner, meeting or book club and raise your glass without raising your bill…
Top Fresh Pick: Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market
- Saturday, June 22
- Old Salem
This year this fun dining event was held May 22, 23 and 25, 2016, in Winston-Salem at the Benton Convention Center (301 West 5th Street). The exciting lineup of local Winston-Salem restaurants last year included Noble’s Grille, The Phoenix, Undercurrent, Gia, Meridian, River Birch Lodge, Graze, Perky’s Bistro and Giannos…
The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem is a non-profit organization that seeks to improve the lives of women and girls by building a community of female philanthropists who provide grants to local programs that address the root causes of social issues impacting women and girls in Forsyth County.