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Light Up Your Holidays in Winston-Salem
When it comes to authentic holiday traditions, Winston-Salem has nearly three and a half centuries of experience, all of…
Winston-Salem City of the Arts
Do you know why Winston-Salem is called the city of arts and innovation? Well, there's an undercurrent here, a…
Nightlife in Winston-Salem
A look into Winston-Salem's lively nightlight and our nationally ranked downtown. A variety of music venues, bars and restaurants…
Gardens in Winston-Salem
The gardens of Winston-Salem offer visitors a beautiful panorama of flowers, vegetables, trees and herbs. But many visitors are…
Reynolda House Museum of American Art
Built in 1917 as the center of a 1,067-acre estate, Reynolda House Museum of American Art displays a premier…
TravelChannel.com Ranks Local Food Truck…
Based in Winston-Salem, NC, Camel City Grill food truck earned a spot among…
Taste of the South Magazine Features…
Visit Winston-Salem hosted freelance writer and editor for Nfocus Magazine,…
Cooking with Paula Deen: Exploring the…
The holiday season is just around the corner and editors at Cooking with Paula…
Storytime and play for children ages early walkers-3 years old. This event repeats every Monday. Please call the Forsyth Central Children's Library at 336-703-3040 for more information?
Dorothea Lange's America
The Great Depression was the catalyst for a tremendous outburst of creative energy in America’s photographic community. The devastation the country endured inspired a host of socially conscious photographers...
Light The Way
A special exhibition featuring clay artist, Gay Smith and print artist Mary Goslen.
Volunteers needed for Food Bank Garden
The Betty and Jim Holmes Food Bank Garden is in need of volunteers to help in the harvest of vegetables as they become ripe over the summer months. All garden produce is donated to the Second Harvest Food...
SECCA to Present Exhibition Featuring Mona Wu Seventh Artist in SECCA’s Southern Idiom Series
The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) is presenting an exhibition featuring artwork by Mona Wu, the seventh artist in SECCA’s new curated sale series Southern Idiom. The show is called...
Tattoo Shop Fronts
No matter what your business, your shop front is your face to the world. It speaks about you and your business. For commercial buildings it is one of the most important architectural features. How you...
A Taste of Thanksgiving: Pies-to-go from the Katharine Brasserie
Choose from one of six holiday favorites, from Pumpkin Pie to Pear & Cinnamon Cobbler. Each dessert serves 8-10 people and is $22. Pre-sale is available until November 21st, so make sure you take home...
Live Music! - The Finns
Rock covers from local band The Finns
Toy Time Exhibit
Take a trip back in time with Toy Time at Kaleideum Downtown! Back to when there were no cell phones or video games, and batteries were never included! Engage and delight in tumbling, sliding, rocking,...
Toy Time Exhibit
Travel back in time to when there were no cell phones or video games, and batteries were never included! Engage and delight in tumbling, sliding, rocking, spinning, dancing, and flying folk toys that demonstrate...
Stories, rhymes & songs for children ages 0-2 years old. This event repeats every Tuesday. Please call the Forsyth Central Children's Library at 336-703-3040 for more information.
Music & Movement
Stories, music, & dance for children ages 2-6 years old. This event repeats every Tuesday. Please call the Forsyth Central Children's Library at 336-703-3040 for more information.
Exhibit: Human Evolution: Hot Topics in Paleoanthropology
Our ancient ancestors first diverged from other primates around 7 million years ago. This student-curated exhibit features fossil models, images, and reconstructions to tell the story of how human beings...
Exhibit: Faith: Five World Religions
Religion, belief, and faith are very personal and complex topics that affect the lives of people around the world and in North Carolina every day. This new long-term student-curated exhibit looks at five...
American pop culture has had a recent fascination with African cultural objects. The record-breaking movie Black Panther was celebrated for its unique costumes and set designs. Many of the movie props...
Life After Death: The Day of the Dead in Mexico
The MOA’s annual exhibit celebrates the unique Mexican observance of the Day of the Dead. The exhibit’s centerpiece is a traditional ofrenda, an altar with food and beverage offerings, flowers, sugar...
Objects of Power: The Material Culture of Contested Memory
What do historical events mean to communities today? How can different interpretations of the past be reconciled? What role do objects play in piecing together memories of life from decades, or even...
All Levels Yoga Flow, Tuesdays at 5:45
Everybody is welcomed to culminate a mind-body connection at The Breathing Room! Join us Tuesday night at 5:45pm for an all levels vinyasa-based flow. More information available at http://thebreathingroomws.org
30-Day SMART Challenge
Whether you are looking to drop a dress size, gain muscle, increase energy, or simply be healthier- this is the class for you! Participants meet for 60 minutes each week and receive a weekly food guide,...
DanceAbility... Dance For Everybody!
MOVE WITH US! Salem College welcomes people of all abilities or disabilities and with any or no amount of dance experience to participate in community dance classes. Connect with your body, connect with...
UNC School of the Arts: Percussion Ensemble Fall Concert
(Studio Recital Series) High school, college and graduate chamber percussion ensembles present a program of everything from duets to nonets and beyond. The concert also features a musical experience with...
Trivia! at Foothills Brewing
Know it all? prove it. Join us every Tuesday and Thursday night for a pint of your favorite Foothills beer and an hour of trivia. Teams must be registered by 9:00. Power up with some great pub fare and...
Move & Groove
Storytime and dance for children ages 0-5 years old. This event repeats every Wednesday. Please call the Forsyth Central Children's Library at 336-703-3040 for more information.
Community Yoga in the Wake Forest Biotech Place Atrium
Meet you on the mat! Join the Innovation Quarter YMCA for a FREE monthly Community Yoga class on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 11:45am to 12:30pm in the Wake Forest Biotech Place Atrium
A Thanksgiving themed craft. All ages welcome.
Hearth Cooling Day: Cooking a Mid-Day Tavern Meal
Sit right down and join the Sisters every Wednesday in the Tavern Museum kitchen to see the way Tavern cooks, both enslaved and free, historically cooked for Tavern guests. The more questions you ask,...
Foot Soldier Run Club
Come out and run with us. Then drink beer. Also with us. Foot Soldier Run Club meets every Wednesday 6:00pm.
St. Leo Catholic School Alumni Homecoming
Calling all St. Leo Alums: Please join us for our 2nd Annual Alumni Homecoming on Wednesday, November 21st, 2018 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm in the school gym. All St. Leo Catholic School alums, current faculty...
Stories, rhymes, & songs for children ages 2-6 years old. This event repeats every Thursday. Please call the Forsyth Central Children's Library at 336-703-3040 for more information.
18th Century Baking At the Miksch House Every Friday
Weekly Friday Baking in Wood-Fired Brick Beehive Oven Join Sister Hilary every Friday in the yard of the Miksch House to see the way Sister Henrietta Miksch historically baked her gingerbread to sell...