Mom's Choice 2012

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


The Art of Being Single Cocktail Party - Thursday, April 20

You're invited to attend a one of a kind social gathering in Winston-Salem! Finally, a cocktail party where every Single person is available! The Art of Being Single hosts cocktail parties for Single Professionals, ages 30-65 (give or take) in the Winston area.

The scene is set at the beautiful Historic Brookstown Inn, Thursday April 20th at 7pm with live music by The Epiphany Project, complimentary appetizers and cash bar. Cost: $20. Reservations required. Share the post with your friends, your single friends will thank you!

Two things to do:

1. Invite or tell someone of the opposite sex..."it's like bringing a dish to share!" This is a must to maintain an equal balance of men and women and sets the tone for being among friends. No need to arrive together.
2. Get Dressy! Cocktail attire is required. That's right, no khakis or jeans. You bought that little black dress for a reason, here's your chance to wear it. Get gorgeous and have fun!

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Junior League of Winston-Salem's Twelfth Annual Tour of Fine Spaces - Saturday, April 22

Please join the Junior League of Winston-Salem for the Twelfth Annual Tour of Fine Spaces throughout Winston-Salem and surrounding areas. 

Interior Designers, Cabinet makers, Flooring/tiling specialists, architects and builders have come together to present an unprecedented showcase of dwellings. The tour will feature a variety of homes, from traditional to contemporary in design  throughout the area. Enjoy a special culinary treat from local caterers, bakeries and restaurants. Hours: 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Tickets are $35 at the door or $30 in advance online at  All proceeds from the Tour of Fine Spaces support the Junior League of Winston-Salem's work to educate and nurture families and individuals and to build a strong, healthy community.

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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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