Krispy Kreme Drive for 45

Let’s send some Kids to Camp! WBFJ will be broadcasting LIVE 3pm-5pm

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Tuesday April 5th, 2016 6am-9pm. Richard Petty & Kyle Petty will be on site from 9-11am. Classic car show of Old Salem Chapter AACA from 4-8pm. 

Krispy Kreme has teamed up with former NASCAR driver Kyle Petty and the Victory Junction Camp for the fifth annual Drive for 45 Campaign.

Chronically and seriously ill children from across the country come to Victory Junction in Randleman, North Carolina to laugh and play and forget about being sick for a while.

That’s why Krispy Kreme is proud to team up with Kyle Petty and Victory Junction in our annual Drive for 45 Campaign. Join the Krispy Kreme family in making a difference in the lives of chronically and seriously ill children by visiting VictoryJunction.org. For more information go to http://krispykreme.com/about/Philanthropy

For All the Kids Yet to Come from Victory Junction on Vimeo.

Victory Junction Aerial Montage from Victory Junction on Vimeo.

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Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership presents their Restaurant Week 2016

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Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership’s Restaurant Week 2016 is this week and will end on Sunday, February 28. Restaurant Week 2016 will feature a prix fixe menu of downtown restaurants.
Restaurant week is a way to showcase downtown Winston-Salem and how the food scene here is up-and-coming. For chefs, the opportunity to create something unique using fresh and local products is a challenge and a way to highlight their abilities and the resources for restaurants that exist right here in town.

To find out participating restaurants and their specials visit – www.downtownws.com/restaurant-week

 

 

Winston-Salem dance team to perform at the Sugar Bowl – Winston-Salem Journal: Local News

A local dance team recently received an early Christmas present when the group was invited to perform at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans on Jan. 1.

Source: Winston-Salem dance team to perform at the Sugar Bowl – Winston-Salem Journal: Local News
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P.F. Chang’s to open on October 12th in Winston-Salem

pf-changs-750xx1198-675-0-78P.F. Chang’s announced Monday that it will open its restaurant in Winston-Salem on Oct. 12 at HanesTowne Village in Winston-Salem.

The Asian-themed eatery will be located in a building in front of the just-opened Walmart Neighborhood Market, the Winston-Salem Journal reported.

HanesTowne is being developed by Dobson-based Crown Cos. on 35 acres along South Stratford Road — the former site of a Hanesbrands plant.

The company said in an email statement that it is currently hiring and training employees for P.F. Chang’s China Bistro under construction in HanesTowne Village, off Stratford Road.

To apply for a position, go to http://jobs.pfchangs.com/. Select North Carolina at the bottom of the page, then select the Winston-Salem location. The website will have a list of jobs available, including bus-boys and runner, cook and chef, dishwasher, host/hostess and server.

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro is an upscale Asian-inspired restaurant with locations throughout the country. Its offerings include a combination of such traditional Asian classics as Mongolian Beef, Chang’s Spicy Chicken, and Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps mixed with small plates, dim sum and sushi.

Summer Jam for Cancer Slam

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Saturday August 8th at 11:00–19:00

We are raising money for our local Cancer Services division which provides supplies and services to those in need. 
Come on out to Ted’s to help raise money for Cancer Services. Bike show, live, local bands, vendors, food and beverages, raffles and auctions. There’s also a bike wash if you want your motorcycle to shine. It’s a great time for everyone. FREE ADMISSION and FREE PARKING.
Band line up is:
11:00. Skulls and Whiskey
12:30. Dogdaze
2:00. Confusion
3:00 Auction
4:00 Bad Mountain Brew
5:30. Louder
7:00. Eyeonic

COME ON OUT AND CHECK THEM ALL OUT!

If you are interested in advertising your business on our T-shirts or being a vendor, please contact Tracy Williams for more information.

Sign-up online today: https://www.facebook.com/events/1616758455232061/

What’s Happening? Fun filled weekend!

Winston-Salem Dash vs Salem Red Sox

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Dash welcome division rival Salem Red Sox in three-game series
BB&T Ballpark Planner – May 15-17.

The Winston-Salem Dash play at beautiful BB&T Ballpark, and all fans in attendance will enjoy the best family-friendly entertainment in the Triad!

Tickets range from $8 to $16, and you can purchase tickets at http://www.milb.com/tickets/singlegame.jsp?sid=t580

For more information on the club, visit wsdash.com


29th Annual Carolina Blues Festivalpblues

Join us May 16, 2015 for the 29th Annual Carolina Blues Festival in association with YES! Weekly! We’ll have a great lineup including headliner, Shemekia Copeland! Meet us at Barber Park for a great line up of International, Regional, and local blues musicians, arts & crafts vendors, food trucks, and fun for the whole family!

https://www.facebook.com/events/1576989782542397/


 Military Appreciation Day. Saturday May 16, 2015

hoh_flyer-web-bannerMilitary Appreciation Day. Saturday May 16, 2015 – 1:00 p.m. Carolina Field of Honor, Triad Park, 9652 E. Mountain St. Kernersville. Activities will include a full military display, memorial site guides, live music, race car displays. Services for Veterans that will be available to include health care, resume writing and education classes. VA Administration representatives will be there. Free and open to the public.

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Greek Festival May 15,16,17greekfestival2015

A weekend packed with food, fun, and dancing! Too many choices for just one day, so come out for all 3! Activities for children, as well as shopping, church tours, cooking classes, and more!

Greek Orthodox Church
435 Keating Dr, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27104

http://www.wsgoc.org/greek-festival/


2015 Triad Dog Games – May 16 & 17 at Tanglewood Park

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A fundraising event benefiting The Sergei Foundation to help save companion pets’ lives by providing veterinary financial assistance to families unable to afford emergency, life-saving care.

Non-competitive Activities:

Bands: Each day a live band will play in the concert shell from 12:15 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Blankets/chairs welcome.
Demos: There will be sport-dog demonstrations throughout the weekend including flyball, agility and free-style disc dog.
Kids Zone: a variety of craft activities are available for a nominal suggested donation. We also have the Parties 2Dye4 Bus! Tie-dye our Triad Dog Games’ event tee shirt (fee).
Shop!: Please support our vendors who have donated to The Sergei Foundation to be at our event. Buy baked dog-goodies, hand-made pet tags, other pet-gear and also learn about the other businesses who provide services to the community and who will have giveaways and fun-activities throughout the day.
Walking Trails: No official walk/run is planned, but you are free to enjoy the many trails that Tanglewood Park has to offer. We will have trail maps at our Information tent and you can also access them here.

Competitive Events (Yes, beginners welcome!)
Below are the competitive events. Click on any section to find out more about dates/times and competition registration. Each competition will generally have awards/medals for 1st, 2nd, 3rd place and some product prizes. See individual event pages for prize details.

http://www.triaddoggames.com/


Relay For Life of Greensboro Friday, May 15, 2015

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The American Cancer Society Relay For Life movement symbolizes hope and our shared goal to end a disease that threatens the lives of so many people we love. If cancer has touched your life, participating in a Relay For Life event is a way to take action and help finish the fight. This is your opportunity to honor cancer survivors, remember those you have lost, and raise funds and awareness to fight back and help end cancer forever.

Date: Friday, May 15, 2015
Event Time: 6:00PM
Location: Western Guilford High School
Contact Us: Kelly Hurley | kelly.hurley@cancer.org | 336-479-3608


 WBFJ Calendar Events

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http://www.wbfj.fm/calendar/


Smokin’ Harley-Davidson’s 6th Anniversary Celebration

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May 16th 2015 9am – 2pm

– Win a 2015 Heritage Softail Classic –
Register at the dealership or listen to Rock 92 to qualify

Stop by Smokin’ beginning at 9am on May 16th and register to be a last minute qualifier

– Vendors – Food – Prizes – Live Music –

Call 336-722-3106 with any questions

http://www.smokinharley.com/blog/2015/may/3/smokin-harleydavidsons-6th-anniversary-celebration.htm


 17th Annual Show-Off Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show

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American Children’s Home 17th Annual Show-Off Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show May 16th, 2015 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Registration 8:00 am – Noon, $20 entry fee, free to spectators, vendor fee $40.00. Goody bags to first 50 entrants. Raffle, 50/50 drawing, silent auction, DJ and food. Silent Auction from 9:00-1:00 pm features NASCAR memorabilia, furniture, jewelry, gift baskets and more. Activities for kids including pie eating contest, face painting, sno cones, popcorn and Southmont VFD Smokehouse. Top 25 plus Specialty Awards sponsored and provided by O’Reilly Auto Parts presented at 3:00 pm.

All proceeds benefit the boys and girls who call ACH their “HOME”. American Children’s Home mission is to provide nurturing care to children who have been removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect.

If you are unable to attend the show and would like to make a donation to help the children, mail your check to…American Children’s Home, P.O. Box 1288, Lexington, NC 27293-1288.

Email: cburris@ach-nc.org

For more information:

Phone: 336-357-7126

Website: http://www.ach-nc.org

email: cburris@ach-nc.org

Price: Free


Over the Edge

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Alter White was your average high school teacher…until desperation drove him over the edge and made him “Bad.” In this concert, we explore composers who followed a similar path, highlighting pieces that strayed from the mainstream and stirred up public controversy and outrage.

Jinjoo Cho Winner of the Indianapolis International Violin Competition

Debussy
Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun

Sibelius
Violin Concerto
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of Indianapolis Winner

Stravinsky
The Rite of Spring

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Price: $41 – $53


 

THE TRIAD’S BEST 2015

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Let’s get one thing out of the way before you devour the Yes! Weekly 2015 Best Of the Triad issue: We wouldn’t be able to honor the stellar people, growing businesses, exceptional services and elegant bathrooms without your help. The Triad is exploding with creativity and innovation, and honoring these leaders would not be possible without the support from all of you, the readers of Yes! Weekly.

Tallying up the votes, connecting with business owners, engaging with readers… this is all part of what makes us jubilant when compiling the data that allows us to build this issue. We can’t thank you enough for participating, and we certainly can’t thank you enough for investing your time, money, and energy into the most exciting locations in North Carolina.

Hopefully you’re sitting with a cocktail made by the Triad’s best bartender, or eating a meal prepared at one of the area’s best restaurants, or twirling your hair that was recently styled at the best salon, but either way, we are appreciative that you’re spending your time learning about all the things that make Triad the best place to live. Cheers to the winners and the runners-up, and a special toast to the businesses who did not make the list, but who also keep the vibrant energy palpable.

See the list of the winners at Yes! Weekly website: http://yesweekly.com/article-19770-the-triads-best-2015.html

2015 RiverRun International Film Festival

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Held annually each spring, the RiverRun International Film Festival screens a wide variety of feature-length and short films from all genres, and also presents a broad range of special events, including high-profile regional premieres of significant films, celebrity tributes, family matinees and classic retrospectives as well as a mixture of panel discussions and parties. In 2015, the Festival will present 165 films from 35 countries in 11 days, bringing filmmakers and other industry professionals to Winston-Salem from around the world.

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For film lovers in North Carolina the 17th annual RiverRun International Film Festival is hard, if not impossible to beat.

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The eleven-day festival kicks off on Thursday April 16th in Winston-Salem with screenings of the French Surrealist film Reality, and a documentary on urban fashion called Fresh Dressed.

Over the ensuing days 165 films will be shown – that’s 74 features & 91 shorts, from a sampling of 35 countries. There will also be parties, panels,and Free Saturday morning cartoons for the entire family.

RiverRun Executive Director Andrew Rodgers stopped by WFDD to talk about this year’s Spotlight on Black American Cinema.

The RiverRun International Film Festival is a non-profit cultural organization dedicated to the role of cinema as a conduit of powerful ideas and diverse viewpoints. Our mission is to foster a greater appreciation of cinema and a deeper understanding of the many people, cultures and perspectives of our world through regular interaction with great films and filmmakers.

Tickets

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http://riverrunfilm.com/buy-tickets/

All regular Festival screenings are $12 for adults and $10 for students (students must purchase tickets in person and present a valid student ID to receive discounted price).  We also have special matinee prices Monday – Friday before 5:00pm for $6.

Box office information

From April 16-26, tickets for all films and events may be purchased at the main Festival box offices.  We recommend you buy tickets in advance as many screenings will sell out.  However, you may still purchase day-of tickets, if there are any available.  If there is more than one hour before the start time of a screening you can purchase your tickets at either of the main festival box offices but if there is less than one hour before the start time of the screening you must purchase tickets directly at the venue where the screening is taking place.

Pre-Festival Box Office:

The Stevens Center
405 West Fourth Street
336-721-1945
M-F 11:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday 3:00 – 6:00pm (phone sales only)

April 16 – 26 Box Offices:

The Stevens Center
405 West Fourth Street
336-721-1945

Saturdays and Sunday, April 18, 19 and 25, the Stevens Center Box Office will be open for phone and walk up sales from 10:00am – 6:00pm.  During the week of April 20-24, Monday through Friday, the Stevens Center Box Office hours will be 11:00am – 6:00pm.  Sunday, April 26, the Box Office will be open 11:00am – 2:00pm.  By 2:00pm on the 26th,  all remaining tickets will have been delivered to each venue for the remaining screenings.

ACE Cinematheque Complex – UNCSA
1533 Main Street
Open one hour before first screening of the day and closes after last screening begins.

a/perture cinema
311 W. Fourth St.
Patrons must go to RiverRun’s box office located in the lobby of the Chatham Building. Open one hour before first screening of the day and closes after last screening begins.

Hanesbrands Theatre
209 N. Spruce Street
Open one hour before first screening of the day and closes after last screening begins.

SECCA
750 Marguerite Drive
Open one hour before first screening of the day and closes after last screening begins.

Online ticket sales

To purchase tickets online, simply navigate to the page for the individual film you wish to attend and click on the “buy tickets” link next to a selected screening.

Official Website – www.riverrunfilm.com

Facebook- www.facebook.com/riverrunfilm

 

WBFJ-Your Family Station Events Calendar

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WBFJ Calendar Events

Events Calendar: www.wbfj.fm/calendar

About WBFJ

WBFJ is a listener supported, family friendly Contemporary Christian Radio station serving the Triad area of North Carolina on the follwing frequencies and online atwww.wbfj.fm

89.3 Winston-Salem
103.5 Greensboro
102.7 Archdale/Trinity
101.3 North Wilkesboro
104.9 Pilot Mt.
103.1 Mount Airy
101.3 Salisbury

WBFJ Website: www.wbfj.fm

Bib’s Camel City Cookoff

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Where: Winston-Salem Fairgrounds  Gate #5
When: Friday, April 10, 2015, 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Saturday, April 11, 2015, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm

Who:  Bib’s Downtown Restaurant in conjunction with Colborne Media Group.

Why: Bib’s Camel City Cookoff is an opportunity to build and cultivate BBQ in Winston-Salem. Bib’s Downtown is a staple in the Winston-Salem community and is excited to bring more BBQ exposure to the city.

This is a chance to see some of the Southeast’s best BBQ Pitmasters as they compete for cash and those all-important bragging rights. Visitors can see the rigs, interact with the Pitmasters and enjoy a day at this family friendly event.  There will be bands, kids’ activities and delicious food.

KCBS BBQ Competition Ultimate BBQ Pitmaster Challenge. Free Food & Entertainment

The Bib’s Camel City Cookoff will feature a food truck roundup Friday night from 5-10pm. Food Trucks featured are as follows: (subject to change) Check back for Food Truck additions.

Urban Street Grill 

Bandito Burrito

The Great Escape

Camel City Grill

Bib’s Downtown will also be featuring their famous pulled pork sandwiches Friday night.

Saturday the food truck roundup will move on to other venues, as Bib’s Downtown continues to serve Pulled Pork Sandwiches

Mountain Fried Chicken will also be selling it’s famous “It’s not Greasy” chicken plates on Saturday.

Other food purveyors to be announced. Stay tuned and check back often.

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Don’t forget about our Dinner ride this Friday night to the Bib’s Camel City Cook Off at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds. Registration at Smokin’ from 5:30 – 6:45. $15 per bike and $20 with passenger. B-B-Q dinner included in ride price. Proceeds from the ride will benefit Novant Health Derrick L. Davis Cancer Center Lee Simstein Memorial Fund. The fund is dedicated to helping cancer patients who cannot afford personal expenses related to treatments-medications, transportation to appointments, lodging during treatments and more. For more info on the weekends festivities and competition go to www.bibscamelcitycookoff.com.

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Join Bobby Locke at the Karaoke Challenge Mobile Stage at Bib’s Camel City Cookoff Saturday afternoon from 2 PM – 8 PM at Dixie Classic Fairgrounds! Come sing your heart out!

Official Website-http://www.bibscamelcitycookoff.com/

Facebook Website-https://www.facebook.com/BibsCCCookoff