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.
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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!
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.
MyWinston-Salem.com voted one of The Best! Thank you so much for your votes in this year’s Smitty’s Notes awards! We are humbled and proud to be voted your runner up for Best Local Blog and Best Local Facebook Page (honorable mention for Twitter). It is our pleasure to highlight all that is wonderful in …
Top Gardening Pick: Heirloom Tomatoes Workshop Thursday, August 8 5-7PM Single Brothers Workshop 10 W. Academy St, Old Salem FREE (but be sure to call & register) more info Over 100 varieties of heirloom tomatoes are grown in the Wachovia Garden, supporting the Sunnyside Ministry of the Moravian Church. In this workshop, tour the garden, …
We asked our readers via our Facebook and Twitter pages what they love most about Winston-Salem. We know you love it or you would not be a part of our community but getting to the why people choose to live and stay here is the heart of this question. Read the responses so far and we invite you to share your own. We would love to hear from each and every one of you!
Our Top Bookworm Pick this Weekend is the Bookmarks Festival of Books. The majority of festivities take place on Saturday, September 7, from 10am-5pm in the Downtown Arts District. More than 30 regional and national authors, illustrators and chefs converge on our city to talk about their books and offer readings, signings, workshops and performances. There will also be live entertainment and food vendors on hand. Best selling authors in attendance for this event include Debbie Macomber, James McPherson, Rachel Renee Russell, Bill Harley and more. Attendance is FREE. Check out all the other fun events going on this weekend in Winston-Salem…
Check out our top picks for the weekend events for September 12-15, 2013. Lots of great adventures that you will not want to miss! Our featured event this weekend: Come to Krankies Coffee between 10AM-3PM this Saturday, September 14 to get a jump on your holiday shopping at their Fall Craft Fair. A wide variety of beautiful and whimsical locally made arts and crafts are to be found here.
Check out our top picks for the weekend events for September 19-22, 2013. Lots of great adventures that you will not want to miss! And, if you participate in any of these weekend events, please stop back by this page to leave us a comment on how you made your weekend a MyWinston-Salem.com weekend!