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National Black Theatre Festival

2017 National Black Theatre Festival:  Click Here


Art Opening

Join us Thursday, July 27th from 5:30-7:30 for the opening reception for
Origins: The Legacy of Visual Art at Winston-Salem State University
This year Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) celebrates its 125th year anniversary.
To commemorate more than one hundred years of visual art at WSSU and the legacy of
preserving African-American history and culture, we will honor the artists of the past.




More Information: Dunamis


70th Anniversary Celebration - Sethos Court No. 105

Greetings: Temples, Courts, Auxiliaries, Concordant and Appendant Bodies, Family and Friends.  Sethos Court No. 105 request your presence at our 70th Anniversary Celebration Weekend, July 28-29, 2017. This momentous occasion will honor our Court with the well known keynote speaker, Congressman James E. Clyburn.


Friday, July 28, 2017 All White Party with a Touch of Color

8:00pm – 1:00 am Sethos Temple #170 - 2511 Old Greensboro Rd., W-S, NC

Donation - $5.00 (Admission)

Saturday, July 29, 2017

6:00 pm Congressman James E. Clyburn Book Sale

7:00pm 70th Anniversary Banquet

The Hawthorne Inn & Conference Center

Donation - $45.00 (deadline July 1, 2017)

Congressman James E. Clyburn Book Signing & Photos


Questions concerning the 70th Anniversary Celebration may be addressed to Chairpersons

1st Lt. Commandress Lisa W. Smith - 336.788.1679 Lisawsmith2004@gmail.com


PC Wyvonia Attucks - 336.725.8071  wyvoniaattucks@att.net



Delta Arts Center - Southern Fried Fun!

Purchase tickets here or call 336-722-2625

Winston-Salem Delta Fine Arts, Inc., 2611 New Walkertown Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27101


Jazz Festival

For more information please call 336-722-8624.


Natioanl Black Theatre Festival - 9th Wonder

On Friday August 4, 2017 The Chronicle will be hosting a night of fun & dancing featuring 9th Wonder. The event will be held at The Hawthorne Inn & Conference Center, 420 High Street SW, Winston-Salem NC 27101. Tickets are now on sale for $20.00.

For more information please call 336-722-8624.

Old School Block Party

Sponsored by the City of Winston-Salem


Chit Chat and All That!


Living Legends

 2017 HBCU Living Legends Scholarship Gala

8/26/2017 - 7:00 PM, at Embassy Suites - Grand Pavilion Ballroom 

460 N Cherry St, Winston-Salem

  The “Living Legends Scholarship Gala” is a community-based initiative that celebrates the impact and importance of the eleven Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), in North Carolina. -To raise money for scholarships for students at each school. -To honor the achievements of three alumni of each school -To inspire current students to become “Living Legends” with a commemorative calendar of the honorees, that is also used as a fundraiser by civic, social, alumni and church groups. The Honorary Chairs are Ms. Andrea Harris (retired executive NC Institute for Minority Economic Development), Coach William Hayes (retired College Athletic Director and Head Football Coach) and the Honorable Larry Hall (Secretary of the NC Dept. of Military and Veterans Affairs). Tickets to the gala must be purchased by July 15th on- line at www:hbculivinglegends.com or by calling


Currently enrolled students at our NC HBCU can apply for a scholarship on the website. This is a need-based award with consideration given to merit, service, and character. The intent is to help students with the potential to become HBCU Living Legends. The scholarship is for $1,000.00. Funds can supplement college-related expenses, such as books, lab fees, and other incidental expenses. Anyone who would like to donate to the scholarship fund can send a check to The Winston-Salem Foundation 751 W. 4th Street, Suite 200 Winston-Salem, NC 27101, memo line HBCU LIVING LEGENDS SCHOLARSHIP. Community groups interested in using the calendar as a fundraiser can get more information by calling (336) 355 0195.


  Cost: $100 per - Tables of 10 available

  Need more information?  336-355-0195
  hbcupromotionals@gmail.com     http://www.hbculivinglegends.com


Women's Equality Day Breakfast




KEEP Collective


Your story designed with LOVE. Our lives are collections. KEEP Collective allows you to create your unique keepsake. Each design is a touchstone. It serves as a reminder of all the moments, the milestones, and the things that matter the most.


Your Designer is Allison Card

Visit her website for more information:



Triad Cultural Arts Offers tours of Winston-Salem and the Triad -

Get your group together and book a guided tour tailored to your interests. Great for school groups, family reunions, or anyone who wants to get to know the Triad’s African American Legacy – or to get to know it better – this tour will take you off the beaten path into the neighborhoods of Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point. See touchstones of the African American experience through key sites.

For More Information visit the website: triadculture.org


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Smitty's Notes -

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Relish Magazine
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