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Monday, September 24, 2012

A List of Our Fall Favorites in Winston-Salem

Fall is finally here and if you are visiting us at Graylyn we know you’ll want to take full advantage of this beautiful city in the Fall. There’s nothing like Winston-Salem in the Fall; from the changing leaves, to Moravian Fall festivals, to the smell of funnel cakes at the fair. We’ve compiled a list of must-do activities during this year’s Fall season. We hope you enjoy!

Black Walnut Festival - Sept. 29, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. - A day of food, live music and family fun in the historic Town of Bethania, North Carolina at the 2012 Black Walnut Festival. Presented by the Town of Bethania, this year's celebration will be held on September 29th. For information visit www.historicbethania.org.

Dixie Classic Fair - Sept. 28-Oct. 7 - Funnel cakes, rides, farmers markets, and more! What better way to enjoy a fall night than at one of the best fairs in North Carolina. Celebrating its 130th year, the Dixie Classic Fair is the second largest fair in the state. For more information visit www.dcfair.com.

Old Salem Cobblestone Farmers Market - Every Saturday until Nov. 19, 9 a.m. - Market is features vegetables, fruits, meat, and other organic products. A gravel parking is available near the market area, and also the visiting area of Old Salem is also available. For more info, please visit www.oldsalem.org/farmersmarket.

Pumpkin Pick Hay Rides at Tanglewood Stables - Through the month of October, enjoy fall foliage and pumpkin picking! A tractor-driven hay ride will take you to and from the pumpkin patch where you can pick out the perfect pumpkin for Fall. The hay ride typically lasts 45 minutes to an hour. For more information visit www.tanglewoodstables.com.

Wake Forest Football - What is Fall without football? Wake Forest football is one of the biggest attractions in Winston-Salem. The Demon Deacons still have several home games this season, so be sure to check out their 2012 schedule. And if you’re looking for a great place to eat after the game, be sure to check out the Game Day menu in the Grille Room at Graylyn.

Harvest Day at Old Salem Museums & Gardens - Oct. 20, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. -  Old Salem takes a day to celebrate two classic German food favorites:  pork and apples.  Enjoy crisp fall weather and tour the historic town of Salem. Participate in historic demonstrations and hands-on activities for the whole family. For more information visit www.oldsalem.org.

Legends and Lanterns Halloween Tours at Old Salem - Oct. 26 - Are you afraid of the dark? Come find out by joining a Legends & Lanterns walking tour at Old Salem if you dare! Visit several haunting stops in the historic district where you will hear tales of a local ghostly legends, or interact with a person from the past. Call 1-800-441-5305 for pre-registration.

Tanglewood Festival of Lights - Every night beginning Nov. 17 - Tanglewood Festival of Lights, located in Clemmons, continues to be one of the largest and most spectacular light shows in the Southeast. From storybook scenes to holiday themes, over 100 displays and over a million lights fill Tanglewood Park with the splendor and joy of the holiday season. Visit the Tanglewood website for more information.


Thanksgiving Brunch at Graylyn - Nov. 22 - An extravagant brunch served in one of the most charming estates in North Carolina, Graylyn's Thanksgiving brunch is a nice way to enjoy the holiday without having to prepare at home. Graylyn's team of culinary experts have taken a creative approach to preparing this Thanksgiving feast for the whole family. Visit us at www.graylyn.com for more information.

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