Each year, the Declan Donoghue Foundation hold Declan's Dash at Harmon Park in Kernersville. The foundation's mission is to celebrate the memory and spirit of Declan, by funding and creating places for children to play around the Piedmont Triad of NC.
Organized by Gary Everhart Jr., this annual event is a super fun way to bring awareness to Coins for Alzheimer's Research Trust (CART) through a need for speed. CART is a Rotary-affiliated agency which channels all donations to research the cause, treatment and prevention of this disease.
Kayne Fisher unveiled a new brand and direction for the Kitchen + Market at Revolution Mill. The restaurant and market will now be known as Kau, pronounced “cow,” to better reflect Fisher's aspirations for the space. Kau is now a restaurant, butcher and a bar. Its unveiling took place Jan. 8 with local influencers and VIPs getting a first taste.
Preyer Brewing Company holds a quarterly charity bake-off to raise money for local charities. In December, the charity of choice was Out of the Garden Project's Urban Teaching Farm. Amateur bakers entered their best baked goods for judging. Professionals and community leaders served as judges. More than $1,000 was raised in 2018.
On Nov. 25, Grandover Resort & Spa unveiled $10 million renovations and a renewed vision for the 20-year-old resort. 244 hotel rooms and dozens of public spaces highlight Greensboro’s rich history. “This is truly the best Grandover has ever been…. We hope all of our friends and neighbors will come out and enjoy it with us,” General Manager … Continued
2018 marked 8 years of fundraising for Triad Local First, a nonprofit consortium of local, independent businesses in the Piedmont Triad. The dinner featured dishes prepared by local chefs using local ingredients, served with local wine, beer and music. A celebration of local food and farmers, this year’s dinner took place Sept. 30 at Double Oaks Bed … Continued
The Greensboro Symphony Guild gathered at Pig Pounder Brewery to welcome new members and reconnect in preparation for the fall and winter season. The Guild advocates for music education and appreciation in the community, primarily by supporting the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra.