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The weekend events include food trucks, an internationally recognized film festival, the farmers market is back, the biggest rummage sale of the year, The Great Gatsby, political discussions and more.
Weekend Roundup Ends, But Local Tips Carry On via Our Website
After a joy-filled two year run of sharing all the great events in our beloved city of Winston-Salem via this newsletter, the lack of financial support for these efforts makes it no longer feasible. So, it is with a heavy heart that we announce that our last newsletter will go out on Thursday, April 24, 2014. We appreciate every ounce of your support over the years. The good news: our website is not going away so you can always go there to continue learning about our city and all the amazing gifts it has to offer us every single day – not just on the weekends. Rock on Winston-Salem!
Top Family Fun Pick: Saturday Morning Cartoons With Live Music
- Saturday, April 12
- Hanesbrands Theatre (part of RiverRun)
- 209 N. Spruce St.
- Adults $12, Kids 18 & under FREE
Bring the kids to enjoy Chuck Folds band Big Bang Boom at 9AM, followed by a screening of animated shorts. Free Krispy Kreme doughnuts will be available following the screening.
Top Foodie Pick: Burke Street Food Truck Festival
- Saturday, April 12
- 1100 Block of Burke St. (in front of Old Winston Social Club
- Food Truck Festival on Facebook
Food trucks are all the rage these days and we’ve got our own growing scene here in the Triad. Come hungry and get ready to try any number of the 15 different vendors who will be on wheels to serve up some tasty treats. The kids can play in the Kids Zone while you enjoy one of the drink specials. And there will be a DJ to keep the party rocking.
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