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January Things To Do

posted on January 6, 2020 by Tamara Melvin

Jump into the New Year in style, with our latest guide to the best sights-to-see and events in January. November 16, 2019-January 27, 2019   at LeBauer Park Ice skating, tubing, and family fun. Skate rentals are just $3 More information … “Lula Wiles are provocateurs of the best kind, rabble-rousers with the purest intentions. One of…Read more

October in Greensboro

posted on September 19, 2019 by Paislee

Visit Greensboro this October for spooky events, fall festivities, and much more. Greensboro, North Carolina has your October plans. The NC Food Rodeo brings the best food trucks in North Carolina (Triad, Triangle & even Charlotte) together at the Haw River Valley’s Grove Winery on the 2nd Sunday of each month. The NC Food Rodeo……Read more

Thank you 2019 volunteers

posted on October 31, 2019 by Paislee

Thank you to all who attended the Annual Greensboro Convention and Visitors Bureau Volunteer Luncheon. The event thanks those who have volunteered in events throughout the year. Anyone can sign up to volunteer. If you are interested in volunteering, our upcoming opportunities include ACC Tournaments, NC Folk Festival, Wyndham Golf Championship, and NCAA Basketball Tournament.…Read more

Dog Walk Blog

The Best Three Walks for Dogs in Greensboro

posted on July 5, 2019 by Paislee

With over 90 miles of trails and greenways to enjoy in Greensboro, there are plenty of opportunities to get out walking or hiking with your dog. Most dogs require at least 30 minutes of exercise each day, and what’s better than getting out with your dog so you can both breathe in some fresh North…Read more

10 Reasons to Visit in 2020

posted on January 6, 2020 by Paislee

Public art continues to be displayed throughout Greensboro. Curator Kotis Street Art is aiming towards having 100 pieces in Greensboro by the end of 2020, they currently have 65 pieces. We are looking forward to see work from both local and international artists. Website Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts will be a state-of-the-art…Read more

November Things To Do

posted on October 31, 2019 by Tamara Melvin

The holiday season is almost in full swing. From festivals to concerts, here’s where to get in the celebratory spirit in November. The NC Food Rodeo brings the best food trucks in North Carolina (Triad, Triangle & even Charlotte) together at the Haw River Valley’s Grove Winery on the 2nd Sunday of each month. The…Read more

December Things To Do

posted on November 14, 2019 by Tamara Melvin

Cold winds may be whipping and snow may be falling, but when it comes to festive activities, no month is hotter than December. Here are some fun things to do in Greensboro this month. Grove Winery brings comedy to the vineyard. National touring comedians come to Guilford County’s Grove Winery as part of the winery…Read more

bog garden

Say Goodbye to Summer at the Bog Garden

posted on August 27, 2018 by Colleen FitzGerald

Someone went through the effort of making this, so I went through the effort of photographing it. Summers in North Carolina are known for their heat and humidity. So, I figure the best way to spend one of the last weekends of the season is in a bog. Not just any bog, but the Bog…Read more

Richmond Folk Festival Photo

Don’t Miss NC Folk Festival

posted on September 4, 2018 by Paislee

Logo 2017 National Folk Festival Timothy Levy uses a sledgehammer Saturday to put a tent stake into the ground as he sets up tents for the N.C. Folk Festival, which will begin Friday in Greensboro.

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