Camel City Bike Fest 5.0

Camel City Bikefest sponsored by Smokin Harley-Davidson is BACK! 🐪🏍
We are celebrating our 5th year with a Camel City Bikefest Concert Series at Pinetree Tavern!!
Unfortunately this year due to circumstances beyond our control, we are not able to do our usual festival downtown BUT we are not going to let that stop us!
Our friends at Pinetree have so graciously stepped up to the plate and offered to help out. We have not 1, not 2, but 3 days of music and fun planned for you!
Friday, Aug 28th we kick off the weekend with local faves Jukebox Rehab at 7.
Saturday, Aug 29th we kick off the day with a Backyard Baggers bike sound show brought to you by Baggerz Saloon and Cooper Lake Cannabis. If you caught last year’s sound show you know how much fun it is ti watch these bikes battle!! Then we have the always fun and super talented fellas from Gipsy Danger playing from 4-7 and to end the day none other than national touring act Them Dirty Roses 🥀 hitting the stage from 8-11.
You do NOT want to miss these boys!!
Sunday Funday Aug.29th we start out at 12 with fun and games, a parts swap meet, and vendors. Then we wrap up the weekend with some badass honky-tonk from The Barnyard Stompers starting at 3.
We will have food, live music, and more info to come!
We are also challenging you to fill the truck!! We ask you to bring a canned food donation when you come out so we can fill the BTN truck for a donation to the Salvation Army Center of Hope in Winston-Salem. This time of year food banks are hit hard and this year, in particular, has been trying for many. Every can helps!
All bands will be performing outside on a stage so we can practice social distancing. Bike and car parking will be available. NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR DRINKS ALLOWED.
STAY TUNED FOR MORE UPDATES!!

Camel City Bike Fest 5.0 Event Page

Map to Pine Tree Tavern

Map to Camel City Bikefest

Update – Cannon’s Ride – Memorial Ride and Fundraiser

UPDATED!! DUE TO THE CHANCE OF RAIN, WE HAVE DECIDED TO MOVE THIS TO THE RAIN DATE OF SUNDAY 8-30.. TIME SLOT WILL REMAIN THE SAME!!! WE HAVE MADE A CHANGE TO THE STOPS. THEY WILL BE DD’s, OLE WATERING HOLE AND LIL CEDAR. WE PLAN TO ARRIVE BACK AROUND 4 OR A LIL AFTER FOUR THOSE OF YOU WHO CAN’T RIDE. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THIS CAUSE

Cannon Hinnant was 5 years old when his life was cut short by being shot in the head. This was a personal loss to the organization as Cannon’s great grandfather is a member of Guardians of the Children Winston-Salem. We asked Cannon’s mom if we could host a ride in his memory and raise funds for anything that his siblings left behind may need.

Click here for more information

Click here for more info.

Map to Davis Ranch Arena

Map to Cannon’s Ride – Memorial Ride and Fundraiser,

Moravian Easter Sunrise Service “Live Stream Only”

Moravian Easter Sunrise Service

Live Stream Link

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the service this year will be webcast only – you are asked to participate remotely through the streaming webcast rather than in person!

Sunday, April 12, 2020 – 6:00 am

Winston-Salem, North Carolina
248 YEARS – ONE OF THE OLDEST EASTER SUNRISE SERVICES IN AMERICA!

Salem Congregation’s 248th Moravian Easter Sunrise Service will be live-streamed only because of concerns surrounding to ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The service will be broadcast online, on television on WXII 12 News at 6 a.m. Sunday and on WSJS radio.

Related: LIST: Churches to offer messages of God’s love through resurrection story virtually on Easter

The service will be live-streamed in its entirety from the Home Church sanctuary, but no one will be able to attend in person.

“They’ll be hearing the same thing that they have heard every year we’ve done this,” Snider said. “It’s going to be the same liturgy. The same music. We will have a band playing, but it, obviously, will be a much smaller band. It’s typically close to 300 people playing and (this year) there will be That’s much different.”

The Great Sabbath Service will not be held on April 11. There will be a rebroadcast of the 2019 service at 7 p.m. April 11 online.

Pancake Day Jamboree

The Twin City Kiwanis Club will host its 63rd Pancake Jamboree on February 21, 2020, at the M.C. Benton Convention Center, 301 West Fifth Street, in downtown Winston-Salem.
Club members will be serving “all you can eat” pancakes and Neese’s sausage continuously. Tickets–available at the door or in advance from club members–are $8 for adults, $4 for children under 13. The meal includes a choice of beverage. Take-out boxes will be available.
All proceeds will benefit nonprofit youth organizations in the greater Winston-Salem area and one in Vietnam. The Jamboree is one of the longest-running annual events in the city and the club’s only fundraiser.


To view the Winston-Salem Journal’s Online photo gallery of the
2019 Pancake Jamboree, click Click here.

Find them on Facebook @ Pancake Day Jamboree

 

9th Annual Chili Cook Off

Have you made plans to compete in our 9th Annual Chili Cook-Off to benefit the Shriners Hospitals for Children? It’s this Saturday. Sign up your team by calling 336-722-3106 or sign up here at the dealership on Saturday. Complete info on our events calendar at www.smokinharley.com.

Smokin’s Chili Cook-Off
Saturday, February 22nd

Chili Cook-Off bring your best chili and let’s see who has the best chili!! Register in advanced at Smokin Harley-Davidson for $20 or at the event before 11am for $25.

Awards
1st = $100.00
2nd= $50.00
3rd= $25.00

$5 to Taste and Judge the best chili in the triad from 11am to 2pm.

https://www.facebook.com/events/547139976203453/

High Point University Community Christmas 2019

 

Community Christmas

High Point University continues its tradition of celebrating the sights and sounds of the holiday season with friends and neighbors. The ninth annual Community Christmas Celebration will be held on campus from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 12 and 13 and will feature complimentary entertainment, hot food, Christmas decorations and more.

Free and open to all ages, HPU’s Community Christmas Celebration has grown into the premier complimentary Christmas celebration in the Piedmont Triad. Each year, the university welcomes more than 25,000 community members while faculty, staff, and student volunteers contribute 3,500 hours to make it possible.

2019 Community Christmas festivities will include:

• Performances by local schools and church choirs
• Santa’s Stable Petting Zoo
• Enhanced Polar Express Train Rides
• The Nutcracker: selections from Tchaikovsky’s classic
• The Great Christmas Broadcast: alive, old-time radio show, with Christmas music, comedy and a special guest from the North Pole
• Readings of the Christmas Story by local ministers
• Life-size Nativity scene and photo op
• Photo and gift for children who visit Santa in the Slane Center
• “Falling Snow” Winter Wonderland Experience with hot cocoa and coffee
• Christmas decorations
• Performances by local schools and church choirs
• North Pole Playland
• Arcade games and entertainment
• Crafty Elf Lego Workshop in Wanek to include Lego Robotics Paint by Robot, Lego Photo Op and Christmas Craft
• Holly Jolly Hot Dog Shoppe in the Millis Center Gym

Free Parking Available :
Parking and shuttles will be available at Oak Hollow Mall. Pickup & drop off for the event is located at the old JCPenney location. Please line up inside the mall to keep warm.
Please note the last shuttle departs at 8:00pm from Oak Hollow Mall.

Handicap shuttles will be available as needed at Oak Hollow Mall.

Visit the Offical Website for all information: http://www.highpoint.edu/community/christmas/

Visit their Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2487423848007922/

Photo Archive Community Christmas 2018

Community Christmas 2018

Map to Davis Ranch Arena

Map to High Point University

Country Christmas Train 2019 11th Annual Event

 

Dates of Operation (see below):

November: 29, 30

December: 1, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27

Note: Please enter the park at 4259 Handy Rd, Denton, NC 27239

Ride the Handy Dandy Railroad and see the lights and Nativity movie along the way. Visit the church and sing carols. Explore the service station, Gingerbread House, General Store, Doll Museum and all the Arts & Crafts exhibits. Take the tram down to visit the Reid Plantation or ride the horse-drawn wagon ride. Make sure to stop by Santa’s cabin for a visit. Food is available and more!

Find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/dentonfarmpark/

Visit the official website at https://dentonfarmpark.com/country-christmas-train/

Map to Denton FarmPark

 

FOX8/Old Dominion Triad Holiday Concerts

The 2019 FOX8/Old Dominion Triad Holiday Concerts


Burlington
7 p.m. Dec. 13
Williams High School

Winston-Salem
7:30 p.m. Dec. 20
LJVM Coliseum

Greensboro
7:30 p.m. Dec. 21
Greensboro Coliseum

The Triad Holiday Food Drive, sponsored by FOX8 and Old Dominion Freight Line, provides The Salvation Army with food to help feed local families in need. More than 9 million cans of food have been collected since 1987. This is the largest and most important food collection event of the year for The Salvation Army. Last year, over 22,000 people were served.

For many years, FOX8 and Old Dominion have celebrated the Triad Holiday Food Drive by hosting concerts at the Greensboro Coliseum, Lawrence Joel Veteran Memorial Coliseum, and in Burlington at Williams High School. The holiday concerts have become a tradition for many Piedmont Triad families, offering quality holiday entertainment. The Triad Holiday Concerts are open to the public and an array of seasonal music is provided by the Greensboro and Winston-Salem Symphonies.

The only “cost” to attend is a canned food donation (three cans per person, recommended).

For more information follow Fox8 on Facebook

Roy’s Folks Crafts Fair with Chad Tucker

The Roy’s Folks Crafts Fair will be held on November 22-23, 2019. A crafts show featuring more than 100 folks we high-lite on Roy’s Folks each week.

The annual fair will be held in the High Point University Community Center (formerly Oak Hollow Mall) on November 22 from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and November 23 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
$3.00 adults, $2.00 seniors – Proceeds from admission benefit FOX8 Gifts for Kids.

Roys-folks-crafts-fair-vendor-list-for-website-2019

For more information visit The Roy’s Folks Crafts Fair on Facebook

Read the story on Fox 8 News website

Map to Davis Ranch Arena

Map to Roy’s Folks Crafts Fair

 

What’s Happening this Weekend!

Apple Festival at Historic Bethabara Park

The annual Apple Festival at Historic Bethabara Park, 2147 Bethabara Road, will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 26. The event will feature foods made with apples, craft vendor market, live music, colonial demonstrations and tours of the park’s apple orchard.

There also will be such food trucks as Kona Ice, Wutyasay, Homeslice Pizza and PorterHouse Burger. Other food vendors will include Bethabara Moravian Church for barbecue and Mrs. Pumpkin’s Bakery & Deli.

Admission is free. The rain date is Oct. 27. For more information, visit www.historicbethabara.org


2019 Lexington Barbecue Festival

FESTIVAL HOURS: 8:30AM – 6:00PM. ADMISSION IS FREE! OCTOBER 26, 2019

VISIT THE OFFICAL WEBSITE @ www.barbecuefestival.com