Festival Stage presents 33 Variations. In this psychological thriller, Dr. Katherine Brandt strives to discover the truth behind the creation of Beethoven's Variations before a life-threatening illness overtakes her. The performance lasts 2 hours and 15 minutes, including intermission. Suitable for ages 13 to adult. Parental discretion is advised. No children under 5 years old admitted.
The "original" and longest-running home and garden show in the Triad will feature local custom home builders and service providers as well as national representatives of home and garden product lines. Free parking is available at Gate 5 off Deacon Blvd.
Heritage Festival – Our Shared History: African American and Native American Roots and Connections will be celebrated throughout Historic Old Salem with a wide array of events including African and Native American dance, music, crafts, demonstrations, readings by authors, games and displays. Click here for the full listing of activities.
This annual event celebrates the birthday and the music of the legendary "Man in Black." Each night features seven different bands, including John Howie & the Rosewood Bluff, The Bo Stevens, Andy Vaughn & the Driveline, Hearts & Daggers, Rev. D. Ray & the Shockers, Sean Preston, and more.
Celebrate Hollywood's biggest night at a/perture cinema and watch the Academy Awards live on the big screen. The $25 admission includes dessert, drinks, a chance to win prizes as well as later admission to Star Power: Edward Steichen's Glamour Photography the new exhibit at Reynolda House.
Kristi was born and raised just up the road in Mount Airy (a.k.a. Mayberry) and frequented Winston-Salem often growing up for school field trips, shopping, and dining. After attending Appalachian State University, and a brief stint living in Southern Virginia, Kristi returned to Winston-Salem, NC in 1999 and began her work in non-profit, public relations and writing. She and her family enjoy the convenience of living near downtown Winston-Salem. She enjoys the arts, photography and cooking. "I'm a small town girl at heart, but Winston-Salem isn't an overwhelming city. It is rich with friendly people, history, culture and has a vibrant art community and that is why I am proud to call this "My Winston-Salem!"
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