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Spring into Greensboro Parks

posted on March 29, 2018 by Amy Scott

One of the many reasons to visit Greensboro is our beautiful parks with over 15 parks and growing.  You will have Adventure and Family-fun at Greensboro Parks.  Barber Park Enjoy indoor tennis and basketball complex, a baseball stadium, and an amphitheater that hosts outdoor concerts. With children’s area of spray ground and playground. Also has…Read more

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Say Goodbye to Summer at the Bog Garden

posted on August 27, 2018 by Amy Scott

Bog posting 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…Read more

The Great Greensboro Coliseum

posted on March 22, 2018 by Amy Scott

The Greensboro Coliseum Complex  The Greensboro Coliseum is one of many reasons to visit Greensboro. Home of over 1,000 events a year. This complex is a great stop on your next visit to Greensboro. Quick Facts  Founded in 1959Seats 22,000 in one venueThe most attended event Phish 23,642, 3/1/03It’s currently the 2nd largest indoor coliseum in…Read more

Get Green in Greensboro – Celebrate St. Patty’s day

posted on March 12, 2018 by Amy Scott

St. Patrick’s Day in Greensboro  You’ll be feeling lucky in Greensboro this St. Patrick’s Day. We’re offering a wide range of events this weekend including Around Town, Historical and Family Fun, don’t miss out. All events are happening on Saturday, March 17th unless otherwise noted.  Around Town M’Coul Public House 14th Annual Celebration Greensboro traditional…Read more

It’s Women’s History Month

posted on March 1, 2018 by Amy Scott

Celebrate Women’s History Month Greensboro is home to many influential women in American History. From Local, National to international we celebrate the women of Greensboro. That have help shape the town, and make it home.  Born or Raised in GreensboroLoretta Elizabeth Lynch (born May 21, 1959) is an American attorney who served as the 83rd…Read more

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Wine Down at Greensboro Area Wineries

posted on September 16, 2018 by Amy Scott

Grab a Glass September is Wine and Grape month here in North Carolina and Greensboro is no different honoring this beverage made in the Triad. Plan your visit to tour the wineries in the area, sip on award winning wine menus, and attend celebratory festivals.Tour a Winery Stonefield Cellars Winery Serving wines for over 12…Read more

We’re Pet Friendly

posted on January 29, 2018 by Amy Scott

Pictures Courtesy of Guilford Grasshoppers, Ace Studios, Lily The Carolina Rescue Dog and Corrie B.  Welcome your furry friend Greensboro welcomes all guests including 4 legged friends. To plan your next great adventure with your best friend. Here are some of our great places to go in Greensboro that accept dogs and maybe even cats. We…Read more

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Thank You Volunteers

posted on October 24, 2018 by Amy Scott

Greensboro Convention and Visitors Bureau thanks our Volunteers. Anyone can sign up and join. If you are interested in Volunteering with the Greensboro Convention and Visitors at upcoming events including RCMA, ACC Tournaments, and 2019 World Irish Dancing Champions. There are many perks to volunteering. Every volunteer will receive a shirt, jacket or vest for…Read more

Local Spotlight: Mill District

posted on August 20, 2018 by Amy Scott

Take a Trip to the StacksRenovated and thriving with new life the Revolution Mill in Greensboro is a great place to explore, bursting with restaurants, events, and art. Revolution MillOver the last three years, Revolution Mill has repurposed itself. What was once a functioning flannel mill is now a destination for dining and art for…Read more

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