Mom's Choice 2012

Featured Events & Entertainment in Winston-Salem, NC and the Triad  

 

The Big Eat Returns and Expands 

Back this year but a little different is The Big Eat. Normally coordinated by the Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership, it's now handled by 

336Events. 

The Big Eat, with it's new partner, still will have participating downtown restaurants presenting "The Big Eat. every Tuesday night through February 7th with great downtown Winston-Salem AND Greensboro restaurants will offer 50 percent discounts off of their signature dishes. Greensboro restaurants are February 21 to March 21 .

For more information visit http://www.BigEatNC.com

 

 

The Twin City Kiwanis Club 60th Pancake Jamboree - Friday, February 3

The Twin City Kiwanis Club will host its 59th annual Pancake Jamboree on Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, from 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the M.C. Benton Jr. Convention Center, 301 West Fifth Street, in downtown Winston-Salem.(Because of construction this event will be held in the Lower Level) The jamboree is one of the longest running annual events in the city and the club's main fundraiser. 

One local news reporter has described the Pancake Jamboree as "Pancakes with a Purpose," which is true; all proceeds will support approximately 30 nonprofit youth programs in Forsyth County and two foreign countries. 

The club will be serving "all you can eat" pancakes and Neese's® sausage continuously. Every year, volunteers cook more than 10,000 pancakes on large, rotating griddles that were especially designed for the event. 

Tickets-available at the door or in advance from club members-are $7 for adults; $3 for children under 12. The meal includes a choice of beverages. Take-out service is available.

For more information visit  

http://twin-city.kiwanisone.org

 

 

New Winston Museum now open

The New Winston Museum covers history of W-S from 1850 to the present. Among its exhibitions are films containing interviews with community members sharing their recollections of the history of WS, such as the events that took place during the Civil Rights era, and looking toward the future of WS. It also includes images of people and places in WS from 1850 to the present.

New Winston Museum is located at 713 South Marshall Street. Summer hours for the museum are Tuesday - Friday, 2 p.m.– 5 p.m., or by appointment. Contactinfo@newwinston.org or call 336. 724-2842 or visit http://www.newwinston.org

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 


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