Please make plans to come out and join in this year’s Motorcycle Awareness Ride! This is a FREE Ride and bikes of all makes and models are welcome to participate. We want to make our presence known to all motorists on the road to ensure that they pay closer attention to bikers! We lose way too many brothers and sisters every year due to distracted drivers and people simply not paying attention. Let’s do our part to raise awareness!! The Winston-Salem Awareness Ride will meet at the Marketplace Mall at 12:00. KSU at 12:30. More details to come!!
Smokin’s Chili Cook-Off is Saturday, March 27th. Chili Cook-Off bring your best chili and let’s see who has the best chili!! Register in advanced at Smokin’ Harley-Davidson for at the day of the event.
Registration Fee : $20Awards 1st = $100.00 & People’s Choice. $5 to Taste and Judge the best chili in the triad from 11am to 2pm.
KSU at 1200pm Bikes, cars, trucks welcome RAIN OR SHINE!! $15.00 per person ALL money going to Veterans http://www.triadhonorflight.org Ride ends at Springers with live music from Room 42, charity auction, food. 50/50 raffle. COME OUT AND SUPPORT A GREAT CAUSE! www.triadhonorflight.org
Fallen Walls Church (Launch) @ Fallen Walls Church (Clemmons)Feb 6 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
You are invited to the Fallen Walls official church launch! The evening will include worship, prayer, healing, and the Word of God. All kids and youth are welcome. (336) 422-1441
Fallen Walls Ministry’s mission is to love and serve the community as Jesus would. Striving to bring people from all walks of life together to experience the love of Jesus by tearing down the walls of religion and replacing them with doors of faith. http://www.fallenwallsministry.org
One Church: Launch @ One Church (High Point)Feb 7 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
The evening will include world-class cuisine, entertainment, and an all-around fun-filled evening for you and your spouse! Due to Covid-19, seating is limited, to register: http://energizeministries.com
The event is FREE and presented by Energize Ministries – providing recreational and refreshing experiences for pastors and their families! 800.477.3583
Valentine’s Gala (To Go) @ Old Town Club (Winston-Salem)Feb 14 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Because of Covid-19, this year’s event will be “to go!” The cost is $125 (per couple) and the proceeds will benefit the Winston-Salem Street School
Visit https://www.wsstreetschool.org/stltogo for all the details and to make your reservation by February 8 Pick up your dinner for two at Old Town Club in Winston-Salem, February 14 (4-6pm)
The Winston Salem Street School is a private alternative high school serving the at-risk youth of the Greater Winston Salem area of North Carolina.
Ladies Bible Study @ First Baptist Church (King)Feb 14 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
This is a 7-week (in-person) Ladies Bible Study video teaching series led by Priscilla Shirer. Topic: “Elijah – Faith and Fire”
It’s Free / 336-409-4226 No childcare is provided
“5 Simple Ways To Strengthen Your Marriage… When You’re Stuck At Home Together” SeminarFeb 15 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Guest Speaker: Dr. Gary Chapman, Senior Associate Pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem and is the author of the best-selling book, “The Five Love Languages” It’s FREE and will be available through Facebook Live only!
Hosted by Great Families of the Triad (336) 714-5475
The 32nd year of FOX8 Gifts for Kids, a holiday campaign that collects gifts for The Salvation Armies of the Piedmont Triad by FOX8 and Lowe’s Home Improvement is now underway and will run through Dec. 8.
FOX8 Gifts for Kids helps The Salvation Army serve more than 20,000 children in Piedmont at Christmas.
People will bring new and unwrapped gifts to any Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse store.
Monetary Donations: Monetary donations may also be made at any Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse location. To make a monetary donation at Lowe’s, customers can donate at each cash register as part of their check-out process.
On Saturday, October 24th, when more than 125,000 people were expected to gather in Uptown Lexington for the 37th Annual Barbecue Festival, local businesses and organizations will join the festival organizers in utilizing “festival day” to uplift the community.
With an emphasis on giving back and the city’s world-famous barbecue heritage, Lift Up Lexington (#liftUPlex) will include two components: a food drive and blood drive. Event organizers will have seven drop off locations for the food drive which will benefit Pastor’s Pantry. Those who wish to contribute are asked to bring a minimum of five new, unexpired non-perishable items. Requested items include can goods, cereal, pasta & crackers.
There will be an adherence to COVID-19 guidelines at all food drive drop-off locations.
We’ll have tents set-up outside of our four official participating BBQ restaurants:
& we’ll accept donations from 11:00am until 7:00pm. In exchange for the donation of at least five items of food per person, donors will receive a coupon for a free BBQ sandwich. The coupon will only be good for October 24 & the coupon will only be valid at the restaurant where you drop off your food donations. One coupon per person, with a max of four coupons per family.
At the J. Smith Young YMCA, event organizers will accept food drive donations and hold a blood drive for the American Red Cross from 10:00am-3:30pm. All attempting donors will receive a special t-shirt, a free barbecue sandwich and more to thank donors for their generosity and to commemorate the Lift Up Lexington campaign. To an make appointment to give blood click HERE & enter key words BBQ Festival.
The Lexington Visitor Center, at 2 N. Main Street, will serve as a food drive donation drop-off site from 10:00am-4:00pm. Festival souvenirs will be sold at this location. There will also be a limited number of t-shirts commemorating Lift Up Lexington available for purchase.
Food Lion will be participating in the food drive and will be collecting food at their 848 N. Winston Road location from 11:00am-5:00pm. Those who bring a donation will have the opportunity to spin a prize wheel.
Through a partnership with the Lexington Tourism Authority, select merchants in Uptown Lexington will also be partaking in the food drive. In exchange for their contributions, merchants will offer a discount voucher or giveaway of their choice.
As a bonus, the day will conclude with the Barbecue Festival Virtual Show and Concert at 7:00pm on the festival’s Facebook page. The show will consist of a video presentation including clips and pictures previous festivals and interviews. The concert will feature festival favorites Chairmen of the Board and Jim Quick and Coastline Band.
Citing a desire to utilize “festival day,” Barbecue Festival Executive Director, Stephanie K. Saintsing Naset, is encouraged by the willingness of many to do the same.
“While we’ll miss gathering with thousands of festival attendees in the streets of Uptown Lexington, we didn’t want to miss the opportunity to create an initiative that would have a positive impact on our city. Often, obstacles create opportunities. After the announcement that our beloved street festival would be canceled this year due to the ongoing pandemic, I immediately went to work on developing a campaign that would uplift our community. Sitting idle on October 24 wasn’t an option. Following positive conversations with the official festival restaurants, major sponsors, the American Red Cross, the J. Smith Young YMCA, and Pastor’s Pantry, the Lift Up Lexington campaign was born. The reality is Lexington is open for business. We want to do everything we can to support our community during this unprecedented time, in a socially distant and safe way. I’m grateful to the restaurants, sponsors, merchants, and volunteers that eagerly jumped on board to bring this campaign to life. We’re especially proud that we can help Pastor’s Pantry fulfill their mission of targeting senior hunger in Davidson County. It’s going to be a great day celebrating our community and our world-famous barbecue heritage.”
Sponsors that are making this initiative possible include: Orrell’s Food Service, Lexington Utilities, Lexington Tourism Authority, BB&T now Truist, Food Lion, and Pepsi Bottling Ventures.
Lift UP Lexington – Barbecue Festival Food Drive
Benefitting Pastor’s Pantry
Minimum Donation of Five Non-Perishable Food Items
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!!