Mom's Choice 2012

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


City of Winston-Salem University now taking applications

Ever wonder how government in our city operates? Not the politics, but the nuts and bolts. City of Winston-Salem University - CWSU gives citizens a better understanding of city government, including the responsibilities of various city departments and the city's role in the community through a deep dive program.

Students are chosen through an application process. Class size is limited. It is a FREE, 12-week course which meets once a week on Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Classes are held at City Hall and various other locations and will start February 1, 2018 through April 16, 2018. Application deadline is December 29, 2017
As a 2014 graduate of CWSU I found it to be a rewarding experience, met some great people and learned a lot about how the city operates. All good!
For more information and an application visit


Twin City Santa's 15th Anniversary Miracle on Fifth Street on Friday, December 1

Just weeks away. Celebrating its 15th Anniversary of gift-giving mixed with some good ole after-work fun is Twin City Santa's Miracle on Fifth Street. Twin City Santa is a young professionals' organization that has helped set the standard for how to have a great time and give to those in need. Miracle on Fifth Street will be held on Friday, December 1st, from 7:00 p.m. to midnight in the Millennium Center at 101 West Fifth Street.

Live entertainment will be provided, as will complimentary beer, wine, soft drinks, light hors d'oeuvres and a cash liquor bar. Admission per individual is a $25 a ticket purchased in advance, $30 at the door plus a new, unwrapped toy with a value of $25 or more. Individuals who don't bring a toy will be charged an additional $25, which will be used to purchase toys.

For information about the event or to purchase tickets, please


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. or call 336. 724-2842 or visit












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