The local Administrators meeting is held at the Tab Williams Adult Day Center located at 231 Melrose Street in Winston Salem; the third Thursday of every month at 8:30 am. We look forward to having you join in for our round table discussions in hopes to strengthen our community as a whole and learn from one another. Contact […]Find out more »
Hospice & Palliative CareCenter and Rowan Hospice & Palliative Care are a proud participant in the We Honor Veterans program, a program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) and Veterans Administration (VA). As part of our salute to veterans, we provide education about available resources, and opportunities for veterans to connect and […]Find out more »
Hosted by Forsyth County Public Libraries. Join the community walking group, led by YMCA trainers for 30 minutes of walking, 9:30AM, Walkertown Branch Library, 2969 Main St. Walkertown, Contact: 336-703-2990 for more information. Occurs every Monday and Thursday.Find out more »
Start living a healthier lifestyle with HELPS! This medically directed, professionally supervised chronic disease prevention program is designed to develop a healthy and active lifestyle for people of all ages - utilizing exercise and education programs. The HELPS program staff are able to offer health and fitness assessments, monitored exercise sessions, nutritional analysis and consultations, […]Find out more »
Swing in the season with Camel City Jazz Orchestra at our new downtown home for the holidays, the Ramkat. Our 7th annual holiday concert will feature seasonal big band favorites by Winston-Salem's own jazz orchestra, with vocalist Diana Tuffin. We offer two separately ticketed concerts: an early show at 5:30 PM and a late show at […]Find out more »
A passing stranger is welcomed into Salem Tavern by a cheerful group celebrating Christmas Eve. The story he tells them is magical, and yet vaguely familiar… It’s 1887, and hard times have fallen on the people of Winston and nearby Salem. Tobacco rolling machines are replacing manual jobs, and bad rains have hurt farms. Making things worse is Ebeneezer Scrooge, […]Find out more »
The Senior Services, Inc. Community Events Calendar is provided as a service to Forsyth County residents and community organizations. The calendar is moderated for posting acceptable events and Senior Services makes every effort to maintain relevant, up-to-date Event information. However, Senior Services cannot guarantee the accuracy of information submitted and does not endorse or accept responsibility for any events not hosted by our organization. Senior Services, Inc. encourages you to exercise caution when accessing third-party websites.
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