Winston-Salem: Celebrating 100 Years
The City of Winston-Salem is having a big, four-day Centennial celebration! Many of the planned events are free, including Community Day in Old Salem, a parade, and a party in Corpening Plaza. You'll find all of the free events listed here, with a link to the official website at the bottom of this page. See you there!
Historic marker unveiling
5:30pm-6:45pm 100 block of Main Street
Public reception with historic display
6:45pm-7:45pm City Hall
Friday, May 10, 2013
Blue Moon Gallery Hop 5-10pm
Art on Display:
WS/FC Schools Art
216 W 6th St
WS Police Department Historic Artifacts
629 N Trade St
WS Fire Department Historic Artifacts
619 N Trade St
Downtown Arts District participating locations:
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Community Day at Old Salem
9:30am-4:30pm Free admission for everyone for the entire day! Go here for a full schedule of planned activities.
2-3pm Parade route starts on Main Street in Old Salem and continues to 3rd Street, West for one block to Liberty, then South to Corpening Plaza. To see a map of the parade route go here.
Party in the Plaza
3-8pm Party after the parade at Corpening Plaza with food, vendors and live music.
3-4pm High School Musical Review: Reagan, Glenn, East and Reynolds.
4-5:45 Rhonda Thomas and Dee Lucas
6:15-8pm Pat "Mother Blues" Cohen
Saturday, May 12, 2013
Worship Service at the May Dell
4-5:30pm Multi-congregational service at the May Dell at Salem Academy and College, 500 E Salem Ave. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held in Hanes Auditorium on campus. Call to Worship by Rev. Laura Spangler, Community choirs, Lovefeast, remarks by Rev. Dr. Gary Chapman, Sermon by Rev. Dr. Sam Stevenson.
Winston-Salem Then & Now
See the historical videos of the history of Winston-Salem here.
Go to the Winston-Salem Centennial Celebration website here.