Next Neighborhood Meeting:
May 14th, 2013,
7:00 pm YMCA, West End Room.
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Give it a try.
ARTSfest 2013 call for entries is now live!
www.artsfestwinstonsalem.com to register.
We are currently recruiting our steering committee for this years ARTSfest
which will take place on Sept. 14 2013.
We need volunteers to help in the following area's on the
steering committee: media/marketing, sponsorships, artist
recruitment/management, volunteer coordinator, food vendor/after party,
secretary/permits and website management.
Please contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
A web site has been created for
those who are interested in the Hanes Park Stadium issue.
Promotion of this web site is
for informational purposes and does not represent any official opinion of
the West End Association.
National Register of Historic Places:
The Historic West End.
Follow this link to view the historic description and full
listing of all properties located in the West End of Winston Salem, NC.
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happenings in the West End, Join the West End Listserv!
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New listserv for West End Parents
A new listserv has been created for parents in the West End
who are interested in meeting other parents, creating play groups, share
babysitters, meet at the playground, share fun photos, etc. If you are
interested in joining this group, you can sign up online at:
Is your home feeling a bit
Piedmont Environmental Alliance has some great info on weatherizing your
Tax Credits? Did you know that if you
live in the West End, you may be entitled to as much as a 30% credit for
restoration/renovation work you do to your home? To find out more, contact
the State Historic Preservation Office or go to;