Mark your calendars and get ready for the holidays with over 30 ways to celebrate in the Triad.
“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical” stops in Winston-Salem on Dec. 1.
The Piedmont & Northern Railway in Gastonia will begin service on board the Train to Christmas Town beginning Nov. 26.
Celebrating the 22nd year of “The Wizard of Oz” with 5 things you never knew about the highly anticipated production.
Children enjoy tea, treats and time with Clara and her "The Nutcracker" friends at this annual event.
Children ages 2-12 will find games, entertainment, face painting and trick-or-treating fun at the world's largest zoo this weekend.
A taste of what you'll discover during this annual shopping event at Old Salem Museums & Gardens.
Bring your dog out — in full costume — to High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau October Prime Time on Main event.
Shop 'til you drop with our list of seasonal shopping events.
For families with kids that are old enough to handle being on the water, kayaking is a great way to embrace autumn.
Pumpkin carving and decorating has evolved creatively — what does your family display on Halloween night?
If you're not ready for Christmas decoration displays in the stores, you're going to love our Halloween event roundup for this weekend!
Visit Kernersville Branch Library, where you can purchase raffle tickets to win these adorable Halloween decorative characters.
Books, recipes, and pick-your-own orchards offer kids a unique education about apples.
The North Carolina Arboretum, a 434-acre botanical garden, features 10 miles of hiking trails and a variety of garden settings.
Scare up some fun at one of the many Halloween events in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point.
Find out why the pumpkin puked at one of the free, special events planned for October.
21 fall festivals and fairs in Burlington, Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem and surrounding areas.
Whether you make it a day trip or stay overnight in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, this Halloween adventure is a worthy family excursion your kids — and inner child — will love.
Toby Bost will guide visitors on midday educational walking tour of the spectacular fall trees.
You can't beat the Halloween season for evoking a roller coaster of entertaining emotions.
Take a day trip to one of these fall fun destinations that are a short drive from the Triad.
Annual festival promises music, magic, crafts, games, a petting zoo and, of course, plenty of apples.
Day in the Park, will celebrate its 46th year this Saturday, Sept. 17, at City Lake Park from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.
Fall festivals, fairs and fun taking place in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point and surrounding communities.
Music-lovers will want to set aside some time during Labor Day weekend for the 5th Annual Triad Music Festival, which will be held at different venues in downtown Winston-Salem from Thursday, Sept. 1 through Saturday, Sept. 3.
Advance tickets, which will be sold through Sept. 29, are $8 for adults and $3 for children.
Advance tickets are available with a 20 percent savings from tickets at the gate.
Wild Watermelon Day activities are included with general admission to the Greensboro Science Center.
Visit on A.C. Moore on Wednesday afternoons for kid-friendly craft workshops.