• Friday, March 6, 2015
  • 6:30pm 8:30pm
  • Blaise Baptist Church 134 Blaise Church Rd Mocksville, NC, 27028 United States

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‘First Friday’ tomorrow night in downtown Greensboro

First Friday’ tomorrow night in downtown Greensboro

Historic Mount Airy Ghost Tours

Historic Mount Airy Ghost Tours held Friday and Saturday night at 8 pm, May through the end of October, Join us for an exciting 90 minute, lantern-lit walking tour through Mount Airy’s streets and it’s historic past.  You will hear about 13 of our “less mortal friends” and some of Mount Airy’s resting places.  Tours begin and end at the Old North State Winery, 308 N.  Main Street.  Wear comfortable shoes and bring your camera and umbrella, if needed.  Tickets are $10.00 and pre-paid reservations are required. For more information contact the Mount Airy Museum of Regional History at 336-786-4478 or visit their website at

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Friday Night Favorites: Fish Camps, Football, Bluegrass, Bowling, and Ballroom Dancing. Plus: Flat Top Manor, A Photo Essay. ONLINE EXCLUSIVES Documentary Film Contest: From the mountains to the coast, there are plenty of reasons to love North Friday Night!

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Last tax-free weekend to run through Sunday at midnight

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — This weekend is the last tax-free holiday in North Carolina. The popular weekend runs Friday through Sunday at midnight in which you can buy school supplies, clothes and computers tax-free.

“I wanted to come inside and play with the electronics to see which one I like the most,” said Winston-Salem State senior Angela Butler.  She started checking out computers at Best Buy Thursday evening. “Trying to decide if I want to get a new laptop or if I want a new MacBook.”

View: list of eligible and ineligible items.

North Carolina lawmakers nixed future tax-free weekend as part of new tax reform Gov. Pat McCrory signed into law last month. Supporters of the reform say everyone’s state income taxes will be reduced, putting more money in peoples’ pockets day-to-day.

Last year the tax-free weekend cost the state $13.3 million in lost tax revenue.

“We are pricing out some things and planning our attack,” said mother of two Erin Swift at Target on Hanes Mall Boulevard.  “The savings add up when you are buying backpacks, notebooks, markers, pens, pencils, clothes, shoes and sports equipment.”

Many retailers say the loss of a tax-free weekend will hurt them as shoppers could turn to buying online or across the border in states like South Carolina where a tax-free weekend will continue.

Here’s a list of eligible and ineligible items.

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Friday, July 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the newly renovated sanctuary at Centenary UMC!
The Lake Junaluska Singers, directed by Dr. Melodie Galloway, are a 16-voice professional ensemble, which serves as the Ambassador choir for the Southeastern Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church and of the Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center. The group began in 1954 and has performed nationally and internationally for conferences, dignitaries, and major events. Their music ranges from classical choral and contemporary works to gospel, folk and musical theatre styles.
Free Admission~A Love Offering will be taken

Centenary United Methodist Church
646 W. Fifth Street , Winston-Salem NC

Summer Music Series started Friday June 7.

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The Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership’s Summer Music Series kicks off this Friday with Downtown Jazz. So, here’s the scoop:

Downtown Jazz debuts its six-date schedule Friday evening June 7 from 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Concerts will also be held on June 21, July 12 and 26, August 9 and 23 in Corpening Plaza. Admission is free.

Summer On Trade will begin in two weeks on Saturday, June 22 from 7 p.m.-10 p.m., and runs every Saturday at Sixth and Trade Streets through September 7. Admission is free.

Check out the entire program schedule for all these events at