Children Only Business Vendors. Come Support Youth Entrepreneurship.
Celebrate the reopening of Winston Lake Park with music, free fishing lessons, and oral-history collections, followed by the Flight Festival at Ray Agnew Field on Waterworks Rd.
Winston-Salem, June 4 at Winston Lake Park
9:30am - 1pm
Mayor Allen Joines, Council Member Annette Scippio and other city officials will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the park improvements at 9:30 a.m. in Shelter Number 2, at the foot of the new Winston Lake pier.
Also on June 4, the Flight Festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Ray Agnew Field, next to Winston Lake Park, at 999 Waterworks Road. All city residents are invited to bring a kite to fly. A limited number of kites will be available for give-away and assistance will be available for assembling kites.
There also will be rocket launching, a drone demonstration, food vendors, displays by the police and fire departments and the Police Department’s Sweet Reads truck. More than 10 organizations are signed up to exhibit, including NASA, Kaleideum, Winston-Salem Mixxer and the Hobby Park remote control aircraft club.
Juneteenth Winston-Salem, June 18 at 575 N. Patterson Ave
Outside - Bailey Park Jazz - R&B - Blues - Dance - Vendors market - Youth - Yoga - Food Trucks Outside activities end at 8pm Bring lawn chairs and umbrellas for the sun
Free parking 4th/Church St Deck
inside - Biotech Place Exhibits - vendors - Gospel - Youth - Health & Wellness - Community Organization inside activities end at 5pm
Burlington, June 11 at 236 N Mebane St