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8 Great Things to do in the Triad

by Rebecca Harrelson

What: Every Thursday Rock the Rails! When: Thursday July 2nd 5PMWhere: The Railyard Entertainment Complex off South Elm Street between Barnhardt and West Lewis StreetMingle “¢ Music “¢ Microbrews Join Yes! Weekly in The Railyard every Thursday beginning April 23rd to enjoy great bands, good company, and cold craft beer.

What: All Request DJWhen: Friday 3rd 10PMWhere: Stumble StilskinsJoin us for a night as our DJ takes all your requests.

What: Grand Re-Opening of Fincastles DowntownWhen: Friday 3rd, 5PM- 11PMWhere: 215 S Elm St, Greensboro, North Carolina 27401Retro flash mobs, Marilyn Monroe, Pin Up girls, great food, live music”¦what more could you want? Fincastles is re-opening with their 50’s theme going strong! Come out and support a local business and a the only themed diner in Greensboro!

What: Stereo Doll’s 4th of July PartyWhen: Saturday the 4th 8PMWhere: The Deck at River Twist- 118 E Main St, Jamestown, North Carolina 27282Stereo Doll is a new version of an old classic. A group of highly talented musicians brought together for the purpose of creating high energy music that will keep the party going all night. The group has played together for years in various other projects, but have formed this outfit to take it to another level. The mixture of rock, funk, hip hop, and soul is a pure blend of music that has a little something for everyone. You are guaranteed to not be disappointed if you come out to witness the live shows that this band puts on. From melodic vocal harmonies to blazing guitars and powerful drums, this band is sure to deliver. Whether it’s a club, corporate party, or a wedding, this band has all of your needs covered and then some. Come check out a show soon and see for yourself!What: GSO’s Next NoshUp with King-Queen Haitian Cuisine at Gibb’s Hundred BrewingWhen: Tuesday, July 7 at 6:00pm – 8:00pmWhere: 117 W Lewis St, Greensboro, North CarolinaA partnership between Face to Face Greensboro, Triad Local First, and Bluezoom Advertising, Ethnosh is a guide to the most delicious ethnic food in your community – garnished with the stories that truly bring the flavor to life. Come get a plate full of some great Haitian offerings and meet owners Djosen and Hilder Vilnor, the sister-brother combo that brings all this goodness to your city. $5 gives you access to a tasty mix of signature samplers.What: Independence Day CelebrationWhen: Saturday July 4thWhere: 600 South Main Street-Winston-Salem, NC 27101Join Old Salem Museums and Gardens for an Independence Day celebration. Enjoy hands-on activities, demonstrations, music, games and more, including a moving naturalization ceremony at 10 a.m., throughout the historic district. The historic buildings will be decorated with flags that correspond with their era. There’s no better place to celebrate our nation’s independence than the site of the first Fourth of July celebration.What: Fun 4th FestivalWhen: Saturday July 4thWhere: Downtown Greensboro The Fun Fourth Festival has been presented annually since 1975 as a community celebration of Independence Day for Guilford County and the Piedmont Triad. In 2015, the Street Festival will be held in the Historic District of Downtown Greensboro! The Freedom Run & Walk begins and ends at the Greensboro Marriott Downtown and the Fireworks Finale will continue at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex.Fun Fourth maintains all the favorite American Independence Day traditions and offers great entertainment and exhibits free. Put on your red, white and blue and come downtown to celebrate!What: Party on the PatioWhere: Clutch & Throttle-106 N College Rd-Greensboro, NC 27410When: Sunday 5thIf you didn’t get your partying out this weekend, come hangout and listen to cool tunes!

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