Free Fall Activities

Dated: September 9 2022

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One of the reasons we love the Triad is the free resources available to the community! The city of Greensboro, Downtown Greensboro, Parks and Recreation, and Downtown Greensboro parks are all offering fall programs for free or at a minimal cost! 

Here is what's happening:

The Greensboro Downtown Parks just released their fall program and it features a Halloween festival and Dance Around the World event for kids!

Greensboro Downtown Parks Fall 2022 Program


The Greensboro Parks and Recreation also released their fall programs and they are offering adaptive adult programs, kids programs, and so much more!

Downtown Greensboro will be hosting its annual festivals such as the Folk Festival and Holiday Parade. 

Lastly, the City of Greensboro has a complete list of events available to you such as preschool story time, garden master builder, and kids construction. 

Let us know what events you attend!

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Evan Langston

Welcome home! I'm Evan, your next realtor in the North Carolina triad. My real estate journey started at 23 when I purchased my first home. Since then, I have been obsessed with the housing in....

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