Gears & Guitars cranks it up a notch with this year’s lineup. Gears & Guitars hits Bailey Park over Memorial Day weekend. Here’s what the Winston-Salem Journal had to say: A month of fabulous live music in Winston-Salem will reach its peak next weekend with the third annual Gears & Guitars, a …
Historic Bethabara Park encourages fellowship among the citizens of Forsyth County and visitors from near and far. The Park fosters enjoyment of the traditions, natural beauty, and cultural heritage of Winston-Salem – enhancing the social capital of our city.
The Carolina Field of Honor sits on 8 acres in the 426-acre Triad Park, which spans portions of Forsyth and Guilford counties near Kernersville and Colfax. Bill Moss, a Marine veteran who served in the Korean War, has been working on the project with the War Memorial Foundation for several years.
The greenway runs east to Salem Lake, passing through moist woods and creekside habitat attractive to a variety of birds. Salem Lake, Civitan Park and the connecting greenway have been designated as a stop on the N.C. Birding Trail. Westbound, the greenway connects this area with Old Salem and Washington Park.
Downtown North Historic District, also known as Trade Street District, is a national historic district located at Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 46 contributing buildings in a commercial section of Winston-Salem.
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION: The City of Winston-Salem and the Winston-Salem Dash will host Independence Day celebration at BB&T Ballpark today. The activities begin at 4 p.m. on First Street, leading up to the Dash’s 6:30 p.m. game against the Down East Wood Ducks.
Greenways are linear, open-space corridors with the ability to connect people to destinations. Greenways provide enjoyable corridors for walking, jogging, skating, and biking. Most greenways are built along the banks of rivers, streams and lakes. Winston-Salem has 23 miles of greenways, incorporating paved and unpaved trails, boardwalks, and bridges.
Town of Salem Salem was founded in 1766 by the Moravians–a Protestant religious group that first organized in what is now known as the Czech Republic in the 15th century. The Moravians were active missionaries who established an earlier settlement in Bethlehem, PA, before settling “Wachovia” in the North Carolina backcountry in 1753.
Home Moravian Church invites you to join with us for worship, fellowship, outreach, educational activities and any of our ministries. Established in 1771, our church is located in Winston-Salem, N.C., in the historic district of Old Salem, a restored 1766 Moravian settlement. Sunday morning worship begins at 10 a.m.
Discover North Carolina’s only museum dedicated to the study of global cultures. Artifacts from the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Oceania illustrate the story of humanity past and present. Learn about people from around the world through their everyday objects, ceremonial artifacts, and visual arts.
Partially in the Old Salem historic district is the campus of Salem College and Academy, with Main Hall, the Single Sisters' House, the Inspectors House (with the president's office and the college book store) on the Square, and Gramley Library just down Church Street.
As you tour Old Salem, you may see historic flags flying from our buildings representing the time period of each. These flags are flown from Flag Day to Independence Day in the historic district. Pictured on the Single Brothers’ House is the First Stars and Stripes (1777-1795), also called the Betsy Ross Flag.
The Pepper Building is a historic commercial building located at Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina. It was designed by the architectural firm Northup and O'Brien and built in 1928. It is a six-story, brick building with Art Deco style detailing.
Tanglewood Park Festival of Lights. Tanglewood Park's rolling countryside transforms every holiday season into a shimmering Winter Wonderland with more than a million twinkling lights aglow. Entering its 27th season, the Festival of Lights at Tanglewood Park is open nightly from 6-11 p.m. starting Nov. 16 - Jan. 1, 2019.
Join us for the Arts Council Summer Park Series! Published by Jessica Sanders / March 7, 2018 Join us for The Arts Council Summer Parks Series! Forsyth County has partnered with The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County to present five performances – three at Tanglewood Park and two at Triad Park.