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Rainy Days in Greensboro

posted on September 28, 2020 by Amy Scott

**Note that at time of publication COVID-19 is still affecting operations of businesses, please review and plan ahead as hours can change.*** Find happiness in the rain. Rain doesn’t have to stop your adventures in Greensboro. If the rain brings you inside there are plenty of spots to explore. So grab your umbrella. Museums Greensboro…Read more

Pumpkins Piedmont

Fall Is in the Air!

posted on September 9, 2020 by Amy Scott

See what Greensboro has to offer this fall! From the dramatic leaf colors, to the perfectly crisp air, North Carolina is the place to be for the fall! Greensboro has plenty of Autumn adventures. Visit our Farmers Markets, Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches and so much more. Make your fall season the best one yet! **Note…Read more

Local Scoop: Greensboro Ice Cream

posted on July 7, 2020 by Amy Scott

We Scream for Ice Cream 🍦🍦July is National Ice Cream Month. Take a bite one of Greensboro’s many delicious, locally-owned ice cream shops. 🍦🍦 YUM YUM Better Ice Cream and Hotdogs Serving Greensboro for over 100 years. This family-owned shop offer seasonal flavors of ice cream, and classic hot dogs.  Address: 1219 Spring Garden St,…Read more

Observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Greensboro

posted on January 16, 2019 by Amy Scott

Greensboro Celebrates the Life & Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Join Greensboro as we commemorate what King stood for with our community before, during and after MLK day these community activities and events. Note that the events listed are from 2019. MLK Shabbat Service Friday, January 18, 7:30 pm Temple Emanuel, 1129 Jefferson…Read more

Dog Walk Blog

The Best Three Walks for Dogs in Greensboro

posted on July 5, 2019 by Amy Scott

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

Coffee Talk

posted on October 23, 2018 by Amy Scott

Have a SipThere is nothing is like grabbing a cup of coffee on an early brisk morning while leaves are falling. Greensboro offers plenty of coffee shops with unique experiences at each of them. Make your plans to visit one or all of them. Might I suggest listening to NC alternative band Sylvan Esso “Coffee”…Read more

Where to eat this Christmas Eve and Christmas in Greensboro, NC

posted on December 11, 2018 by Amy Scott

It’s that time of year for cooking and baking, but if you are someone who would prefer not to cook on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. We’ve got you covered. While many restaurants around Greensboro will be closed, (Check their websites and facebook pages before going) below are great options that are opened and may…Read more

Greensboro Aquatic Center

Compete in the Center of it All

posted on February 23, 2019 by Amy Scott

Exciting tournaments are heading to Greensboro. Plan ahead to see great feats in competitions. Greensboro is Tournament Town for a reason. Don’t miss the action. ACC Swim & Diving Championship District III February 27- March 2 FIBA World Qualifying – Feb. 22 & 25 USA Gymnastics February 27-March 3 ACC Women’s Basketball March 6-10 NCAA…Read more

Opened Thanksgiving

posted on November 4, 2019 by Amy Scott

It’s never too early to start planning your Thanksgiving dinner. This year is a little different as the COVID-19 pandemic is happening. Plan your meal at one of our restaurants. You can dine in, or take-out. Delivery is even available at some locations.   Note that capacities are limited, and menus may vary. Call ahead to…Read more

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