Title: 100 Things to Do in Winston-Salem Before You Die
Author: Tina Firesheets
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
As one of the three largest cities that make up the Piedmont Triad, Winston-Salem distinguishes itself as the City of Arts and Innovation. 100 Things to Do in Winston-Salem Before You Die introduces you to a city with a rich history, a diverse culture, and an eye towards the future. Try any of the recommended galleries, restaurants, and local business, or go all in with one of the carefully crafted itineraries.
Immerse yourself in Winston-Salem’s rich Moravian history through food, music, and time-honored traditions like the annual Easter sunrise service at the God’s Acre graveyard. Eat a donut hot out of the fryer at Krispy Kreme’s flagship store or sample wafer-thin cookies and sugar cakes from a classic Moravian bakery. Try the social club that offers both 1920s glamour and events like virtual zombie dodgeball. Mark your calendar for the annual Fiesta festival to enjoy salsa dancing and authentic Latin fare. Watch a film under the stars or see the stars at the National Black Theatre Festival, which has been attended by Oprah Winfrey, Ossie Davis, and Ruby Dee.
Author and longtime resident Tina Firesheets presents a diverse roundup of the best that Winston-Salem offers. First time visitors and locals alike will find can’t-miss activities, outdoor and family adventures, Black history and haunted history tours, along with an eclectic taste of the city from some of its most beloved restaurants. This comprehensive guide will inspire you to get out and explore the city all year long.
Q& A with Tina Firesheets, author of 100 Things To Do in Winston-Salem Before You Die – Winston-Salem Today
If you’re wondering what to do in Winston-Salem, Tina Firesheets has some answers for ya. Tina is the author of 100 Things To Do in Winston-Salem Before You Die. As a journalist and a foodie, Tina fell in love with
Local writer and editor Tina Firesheets has written a book titled 100 Things to Do in Winston-Salem Before You Die. It came out in March and gives readers ideas for exploring the history and culture of the city. Wake Forest