MCLAURIN FARMS - CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
Memories are made at Christmas, and McLaurin Farms is here to help you do that, as our Christmas event is one of the highlights of our season. It's so much more than your typical "drive-through" light show; it's so much more! You can take a hayride through the lights. You have beautiful photo opportunities as well, as kids get to see Santa.
The 30th Annual Holiday Market is Your Complete Holiday Experience! Offering foods and fashions, gifts and glitter, music and magic – everything to make the holidays bright. This exciting Christmas extravaganza kicks off the season with specialty gift stores, fashion jewelry, clothing, gourmet foods, decorations and ideas, home accessories and décor, food and wine sampling, arts and crafts, and of course, Santa!
2021 CAROLINA CLASSIC HOLIDAY MOVIES
The Carolina Theatre of Greensboro announces its annual Carolina Classic Holiday Movie lineup,
featuring the return of classics It’s a Wonderful Life and White Christmas, as well as oft-requested titles Die Hard and
Elf, among many others.
Carolina Classic Holiday Movie tickets are $7, taxes and fees included. Essential Workers can buy one regular ticket,
get one ticket free with code ESSENTIAL.
MOTOWN CHRISTMAS - BPE PRODUCTIONS
A Motown Christmas features a world-class vocal group comprised of past and present members of Motown’s most legendary groups…The Temptations, The Miracles and The Capitols.
A Motown Christmas is a powerful family-oriented show combining Motown’s greatest hits with everyone’s favorite holiday classics. This show features those famous Motown trademarks…dazzling choreography and unforgettable harmonies all performed in that memorable, soulful Motown style.
THE CRAFTSMEN’S CHRISTMAS CLASSIC
Greensboro’s Thanksgiving Weekend Tradition for 45 years! Voted consistently as one of the top 100 shows In The Nation – #1 In North Carolina and a “Top 5” In The Nation – Sunshine Artist Magazine “200 Best” – September 2018
The Craftsmen’s Classic was founded 46 years ago by the Gilmore family of Greensboro, NC. Clyde Gilmore, a jewelry maker, wanted to create a “family” of artists and craftsmen.