Bikes ~ $20 Single / $25 Double
Vehicles ~ $20 individual / $5 Per Passenger
Includes free event t-shirt IF PRE-registered by Sept. 1st and dinner for all participants at final stop. Register by mail or online at www.WSPFFA.org
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Sound the alarm and rev your engine as this year’s event kicks off at Ted’s Famous Chicken Restaurant, S. Main Street, Winston-Salem at 12:30. Registration is 11:00-12:00
~ Ted’s Famous Chicken Restaurant ~ Second and Green Tavern ~ 4 Oak’s Tavern Mocksville ~ 4 Oak’s Tavern Clemmons ~
You’re invited to our 76th birthday on July 13 at the Milton Rhodes Center / Winston Square Park in downtown Winston-Salem. Park in downtown Winston-Salem. Free doughnuts and coffee. Details at www.krispykremefanfest.com/ ~via WBFJ Verne Hill
Happening this Summer WBFJ Radio will host weekly Christian Concerts for FREE! THAT’S RIGHT FREE! SUMMER CONCERT SERIES started June 13 at the Food Court of Hanes Mall in Winston-Salem. Concerts will be held every Thursday (except July 4) through Aug 22!
Here’s the June schedule…(all concerts 7-9pm)
Philip & Brittany Burton
July 4 (No Event)
7:00 – Grace Abounds
8:00 – Ashley Woodard
7:00 – Awestruck Worship
8:00 – Jake France
7:00 – Brandon Kelley
8:00 – John Lewis
7:00 – Abigail Owens
8:00 – Tom Young
7:00 – Brad Ratledge Band
8:00 – Jonathan Lemmon
7:00 – Stones Throw
8:00 – Second Hand City
7:00 – Jeremy Vess
8:00 – Grace Reigns Down
*All concerts are subject to change. To keep updated listen to WBFJ at:
101.3 North Wilkesboro
104.9 Pilot Mountain
103.1 Mount Airy
The BUILDING 429 LISTENER APPRECIATION CONCERT makes it’s only stop in the Triad on Wednesday June 5th at Hanes Mall…It’s an acoustic performance of some old favorites as well as some numbers from their NEW ALBUM “We Won’t Be Shaken“
As always, the concert is FREE.
WHEN: June 5 @ 7:00pm WHERE: Macy’s Court in Hanes Mall, Winston-Salem
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5/12 Winston-Salem Symphony
3 – 5 p.m. – The world premiere of “Hail the Coming Day”, the commissioned work by
Winston-Salem’s own Dr. Dan Locklair to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the
consolidation of the City of Winston and the Town of Salem will be performed by the
5/12 Worship Service at the May Dell
4 – 5:30 p.m. Come and worship in a multi-congregational service at the May Dell at Salem
Academy and College, 500 E. Salem Ave.
In case of inclement weather, activities will be held in Hanes Auditorium on campus.
Even if you haven’t met Jeffrey L. Smith in person, chances are you’ve heard of him. Smith is better known as Smitty, the namesake and driving force behind Smittysnotes.com. Over the past 15 years, his “notes” have become the unofficial guide to Winston-Salem’s social scene, telling readers what to do and where to go.
1. You work in Greensboro and commute every day. Why live in Winston-Salem?
“Well, I’ve lived in Albert Hall downtown for years, long before it was the ‘cool’ thing to do. I was sucked in to the whole loft thing because I was intrigued. My mom was like, ‘Why are you doing this?’ Then four years later, she’s bringing her friends over.”
2. Where’s the first place you take out-of-town guests?
“Lately, I’ve been taking friends to the Spring House. That place is great. I love the atmosphere—an old historical house that’s been converted into a unique restaurant—and the chef there is a rock star. Hard to beat that.”
3. What’s your favorite annual event?
“Opening day at the ballpark is a blast. I think the Dash have changed the way people view baseball in this city; there’s always something going on at the games. You can listen to the music, watch the crowd … all sorts of things.”
4. What do you like most about our city?
“I’d say the people, from the homeless guys I meet on the street to the company CEOs I see out and about; I talk to all of them. This is just a very nice place with very special people.”
5. What’s the biggest misconception about Winston-Salem?
“People might say it’s an insular city, and to a certain degree, it is. But once folks feel comfortable with you, you’ll find that they’re pretty giving. Winston is a very community-oriented town.”