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The Barbecue Festival
The Barbecue Festival - Uptown Lexington
Uptown Lexington, Lexington, NC 27292
It is a free one day street festival celebrating Lexington "Style" Barbecue. Featuring: 7 stages of entertainment, over 200 vendors, children's area, wine garden, pig theme sand sculpture, bicycle stunt show, hogway speedway and more.
Main Street Half Marathon of Mocksville Races (5k & 13.1)
11/07/2020 – 11/08/2020
Main Street Mocksville, NC
140 S. Main Street, Mocksville, NC
Wreak Havoc Horror Drive-In Film Festival
Marketplace Cinemas Drive In
Winston Salem, NC 27127
Wreak Havoc, Greensboro’s exclusive horror film festival has created a history and loyal following by hosting a festival of world premieres, new directors and writers, as well as fan favorites of the triad and surrounding areas. This year is no different although our delivery has changed to give our fans the frightful festival from the safety of their cars.
Starting our festival on Wednesday, October 21st at 7:00pm at the Marketplace Cinemas Drive-In in Winston Salem, NC. Our festival will consist of its carefully curated features and short films that our audience has trusted us to deliver for the last 6 years
Veteran’s Day Storytime with Talitha Vickers
11/11/2020 – 10/21/2020
Winston Salem, NC
Celebrate Veteran's Day with a virtual Storytime with Talitha Vickers and her book, Why My Hero Had to Go, a timeless children’s picture book about courage amid change, inclusion and love. This event will be broadcast via Facebook Live.
Museum Admission - Fall 2020
10/20/2020 – 10/21/2020
Reynolda House Museum of American Art
2250 Reynolda Road, Winston Salem, NC 27106
We can’t wait to see you! Please visit reynoldahouse.org/reopening for details on what to expect at your visit. Face coverings will be required for visitors ages two and up, and we ask that groups tour with four people or fewer due to capacity and space constraints at Reynolda House. You may arrive at any time during the one-hour time frame that you signed up for and please stay for as long as you would like until the museum closes. A Museum Admission Ticket includes access to both Historic House and all exhibits including Tiffany Glass. If you are considering a visit to the Museum and have tested positive or are currently showing COVID-19 symptoms (including fever and/or cough), have had symptoms in the last 14 days, or were in close proximity to a confirmed or presumed COVID-19 case, please plan to visit the museum at another time. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Museum Admission - $18.00 Member - $0.00 Member Guest - $0.00 Guest named Tiffany - $0.00 WFU Faculty & Staff - $0.00 WFU Faculty & Staff Guest - $0.00 WFU Student - $0.00 College Student - $0.00 Under 18 - $0.00 Military/Veteran - $0.00 Forsyth County Public Library Pass - $0.00 AAM/ICOM Pass - $0.00 Reciprocal Institution Pass - $0.00 NARM Pass - $0.00 SERM Pass - $0.00 RHMAA Pass - $0.00 RHMAA Staff - $0.00 RHMAA Staff Guest - $0.00 Hotel Package - $18.00