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New Winston Museum Salon Series

New Winston Museum presents a free monthly Salon Series featuring a broad range of local historians, artists, writers, musicians, crafts-folk and other specialists. Speakers discuss aspects of their work and their process to find interpersonal connections with their work and the broader community. Light refreshments are provided, and guests are welcome to bring brown bag lunches or dinners to the presentations. Unless otherwise noted, NWM programs are free of charge. Donations are encouraged and greatly appreciated.

newwinston.org

 

Black Philanthropy Initiative Fall Fundraiser

Black Philanthropy Initiative Fall Fundraiser

10/12/2017 - See details for times, at Milton Rhodes Arts Center , Winston-Salem

  The Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI) of the Winston-Salem Foundation will hold its annual fall fundraising event, Rethinking Philanthropy: Investing in our community through time, talents, and treasures from 6:00 pm - 7:30. The event will include a cocktail reception and brief program with youth presentations and testimonials by organizations that have received funding from BPI. The band, Groove Food will perform live jazz. Persons interested in attending should RSVP by October 1st.

  Cost: Free - Contributions will be accepted

  Need more information?  336-714-3441
  www.wsfoundation.org

 

Big 4 Alumni Commemorative Celebration

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W-S Urban League Gala

 

WINSTON-SALEM URBAN LEAGUE WHITNEY YOUNG GALA Guest Speaker: Michael McMillan, CEO of the Urban League of Greater St. Louis

Gala and VIP reception package – $70
Gala dinner tickets – $50 each
VIP reception – $30 

(WSUL members receive admittance to VIP reception with dinner ticket purchase)
Table (seats 10, VIP reception included) – $450

 

wsurban.org

A Presidential Tasting - Seven Course Dinner

10/22/2017 - See details for times, at Sweet Potatoes Restaurant 

607 North Trade Street, Winston-Salem

 

Adrian Miller, who won a Beard Foundation Award for his book Soul Food, will headline a dinner at Sweet Potatoes Restaurant.  Chef Stephanie Tyson will prepare a seven-course meal for diners, and Miller, of Denver. Colorado, will discuss his latest book, The President’s Kitchen Cabinet, by UNC Press. The dinner is from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Reservations are required. The President’s Kitchen Cabinet is the story of African Americans who have fed this nation’s first families from the Washington’s to the Obamas. It is the result of the most exhaustive research ever done on the subject and has taken Miller into the bowels of the White House where late nights snacks and state dinners have been prepared and where intimates of President Andrew Jackson gathered to provide guidance for his administration, coining the phrase “Kitchen Cabinet.”   Chef Stephanie will first send out a chilled mint pea soup and follow with baked macaroni & cheese  grilled salmon, country captain chicken, Pedernales River chili, a  tropical fruit smoothie, and conclude with sweet potato cheesecake. “We’ll keep the portions modest,” said Chef Stephanie, “so diners can savor the sweet potato cheesecake dessert just as much as their first taste of the extraordinary mint pea soup.”  

  Cost: $65

  Need more information?  events.journalnow.com

 

Rams Music Super Lounge Experience

 

  10/27/2017 - 9:00 PM, at Benton Convention Center 301 W. Fifth Street, Winston-Salem

  One Night. One ticket. Three Lounges. Best-selling S.O.S. Band Grammy-nominated SWV (Sisters with Voices) All-female go-go band Be’la Dona.   Durham’s own Jus’ Once DJ Precise and DJ Adam T Jazz Cool Down Room.

 Presented by: Winston-Salem State University and R&R Productions

  Cost: $50

  Need more information?  336.750.8910
  events@wssu.edu
  www.wssu.edu/homecoming

 

Origins

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.

 

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:

www.keepcollective.com/with/alisonacard

 

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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