How will you enjoy your weekend with the family? Take your pick- there are festivals, concerts, and movies in every neck of the woods in the Triad, and all of the events we have listed below are FREE for the family!
On Saturday, Archdale hosts the 34th Annual Bush Hill Heritage Festival, a kid friendly day with crafts, food, music, commercial items, car shows, clowns, amusements and rides! More than 200 vendors, lining the streets of Archdale and Trinity! This festival began in 1986 as the bicentennial celebration of the Quaker settling known as Bush Hill.
In Winston-Salem, it's Fiesta 2019! Downtown Winston-Salem will be filled with entertainment, food and desserts, vendors, and more. Wear comfy shoes and stay a while, you could spend the day!
The State St. Festival in Greensboro is a free family friendly street festival with beer and wine, music, craft and food vendors, and more!
In addition to those fun festivals, there will be live music at Barber Park in Greenboro, at the Community Commons in Wilkesboro, Yadkinville Community Park, Mocksville Town Hall, and Shallowford Square in Lewisville. All of these outdoor concerts are FREE and family appropriate. It's usually recommended that your family bring your own blankets or chairs.
Check the calendar on Piedmont Triad Living for more details. Save events directly to your own google calendar. Look ahead to see what's coming!
Unless otherwise indicated, all events listed are free, no admission charge, and there may be items and/or food/drinks for purchase. If you have questions about an event, please contact the sponsor directly. All information is correct and accurate at the time of it's posting.
With temperatures in the mid-70s and very low chances for rain, it will be the perfect weekend to spend out in the community enjoying a free event!
This weekend, there are several events geared toward the pre-k age group. In King, the Little Folks Festival & Healthy Kids Day will take place on Saturday. In Kernersville, there will be a Storytime in the Park. Also on Saturday, the Easter Bunny will make a visit to the Gazebo in Thomasville.
Looking for fun for the whole family? There are three great events in Greensboro this Saturday Learn local history at the Greensboro History Museum, celebrating Triad History Day. Greensboro's Earth Day Festival is at Kathleen Clay Edwards Public Library and will have activities, hayrides, face painting, live animals, nature crafts, and more. You can also head to UNCG for the 37th Annual International Festival for dance and musical performances, cultural booths and activities, and food vendors
Go fly a kite! At Bethabara Park in Winston-Salem, celebrate Spring at the Spring Festival. Bring your kite, blankets, chairs, and an appetite. Free, fun, outdoor activities, hosted by the City of Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks. You can also head to Lexington for Go Fly a Kite Day. Be one of the first 100 people and receive a free kite to decorate, or bring your own kite! Kite contests, music, and more.
Support Local! There are a few vendor events, markets, and pop ups taking place this weekend!
The events listed below are scheduled for Saturday, April 6-7, 2019. Find details for all events listed on our website www.piedmonttriadliving.com and on our facebook events page here. At time of publish all information is correct and accurate. If you have questions about a specific event, please speak with the event organizer.
Jessica Thomas Lewis
Jessica Thomas Lewis lives in Winston-Salem, NC. She is always looking for fun, free things to do with her kids.