LeBauer Park – Now Open

posted on October 13, 2016 by C L

A few months ago we reported that a new park was coming to Greensboro. Well, LeBauer Park is now open and is quickly becoming one of Greensboro’s greatest new attractions. Located at 208 N. Davie St. in downtown Greensboro, the park offers scenic views as well as fun for the entire family, even your fur…Read more

Greensboro Rolls Out the Presidential Red Carpet

posted on October 11, 2016 by C L

The leader of the free world will be in Greensboro, NC today! It’s sure to be an exciting day in the Gate City with the presence of President Obama who will be speaking on two separate occasions in Greensboro today. The president’s first appearance will be at a student forum held on the campus of…Read more

Greensboro – Center of Economic Growth

posted on August 2, 2016 by C L

The railroad was a key factor in Greensboro’s prosperity and industrial growth.  John Motley Morehead, a North Carolina governor and former student of David Caldwell, campaigned for two decades to have Greensboro included as a stop on the North Carolina Railroad.  Finally, in 1856, a special east-west line of tracks was completed. During the Civil…Read more

The USA Masters Games are Here!

posted on July 20, 2016 by C L

Thursday, July 21st will be the start of the very first USA Masters Games held right here in Greensboro, NC! Athletes from across the nation will be participating in one or more of the 20 sports included in the games. Thursday the games begin with swimming and indoor volleyball. Prior to competition in each sport…Read more

Greensboro to Host 2016 USA Masters Games

posted on July 4, 2016 by C L

July 21st – July 31st Greensboro, NC will be hosting the very first inaugural USA Masters Games. The USA Masters Games will provide participants with national championship level competition from across the US in each of the 20 sports that will be played.  For each sport there will be both opening and closing ceremonies in…Read more

The Best Way to Enjoy a Hot Summer in Greensboro

posted on June 27, 2016 by C L

It’s that time of the year again parents. With the temperature outside rising, the chances of kids staying around the house and making a mess is increasing! So why not get out the house and do something that all of you will enjoy? Wet’n Wild Emerald Pointe is what you’re looking for! It is the largest water park…Read more

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Greensboro

posted on May 16, 2016 by C L

Southern Hospitality – be welcomed to Greensboro with a smile from everyone you meet. The Weather is Better – Nothing can be finer than the weather in North Carolina. Fantastic Sports – See some of the best sporting events at top notch facilities all year long! Location! Location! Location! – Easy access from the interstate,…Read more

Massive Water Slide Makes a Splash in Greensboro

posted on May 11, 2016 by C L

Slide the City is starting their 2016 season strong when they come to Greensboro on Saturday May 21. With over 50 events already scheduled for this year, event organizers are excited to kick-off the season in North Carolina. Starting at 9 a.m., adventure-seekers can speed down McGee Street on the massive slide, stretching three football…Read more

Did you know?

posted on May 9, 2016 by C L

10 Things you probably didn’t know about Greensboro. The Barn Dinner Theatre is the oldest continuously running dinner theater in the United States.  It was opened in 1964 and is the last of the original Barn Dinner Theatres. While working in Greensboro, Lunsford /Richardson developed a number of home remedies under the name “Vicks,” including…Read more

LeBauer Park Scheduled to Open Summer 2016

posted on May 3, 2016 by C L

LeBauer Park is Greensboro’s newest family destination – schedule to open in early summer 2016 – will feature attractions for people of all ages, including performances, play areas, a dog park, outdoor “reading rooms” gardens and much more!  A monumental aerial sculpture by internationally acclaimed artist Janet Echelman will anchor the park.  This “must” see”…Read more

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