Downtown Greensboro Inc. Blog

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First Friday’s In Downtown Greensboro

 



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Downtown Greensboro Incorporated – 2014 Award Nominations

Downtown Greensboro Incorporated (DGI) is accepting nominations.

The Kitchen Leadership Award is given annually to a local individual who through their leadership, vision and dedication, has been a champion for the revitalization of Downtown Greensboro or for the advancement of DGI. This person may be visible in their efforts or work behind the scenes. The award can be given for … Read More



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Downtown Decorative Stamping Project Continues Sunday, June 22nd

 

STREET CLOSING UPDATE

Following  is an update notice from the City of Greensboro, Department of Transportation (GDOT).

Downtown Decorative Stamping Project

The City of Greensboro-Transportation Department will be closing the Greene Street roundabout and Exchange Place, on Sunday, June 22nd at 8 AM for recoating of decorative pedestrian crosswalks. The closures will be reopened at … Read More



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Downtown Decorative Crosswalk Work Continues June 15

STREET CLOSING UPDATE Following  is an update notice from the City of Greensboro, Department of Transportation (GDOT).

 

Downtown Decorative Stamping Project

The City of Greensboro-Transportation Department will be closing the Greene Street roundabout and Exchange Place, on Sunday, June 15th at 8 AM for re-coating and repair of decorative pedestrian crosswalks. The closures will be reopened at … Read More



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New Businesses Opening in Downtown Greensboro

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Several new businesses are opening and expanding in downtown Greensboro.

Chaney Properties recently bought the historic Book Trader Building, which was built in 1902. After sitting vacant for years, Dawn Chaney and her business partner are bringing it back to life.

“I feel very exhilarated about it. I came downtown … Read More



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Mayor Nancy Vaughn to lead Greensboro’s Tribute to Maya Angelou at International Civil Rights Center and Museum

The International Civil Rights Center & Museum (ICRCM) will celebrate the life of the Piedmont Triad’s legendary poet Maya Angelou (April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014), on Friday, June 6, 2014, 6:30 p.m. The tribute coincides with the monthly First Friday festivities. Mayor Nancy Vaughan will lead the program with the presentation of a resolution signed by members … Read More



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Fun Fourth Festival Kicks Off 40th Anniversary with Block Party

GREENSBORO, N.C. – June 4, 2014 – The Fun Fourth Festival’s 40th Anniversary celebrations begin with the Kickoff Block Party on Thursday, July 3, 7 – 11 p.m. in Downtown Greensboro.

Due to construction of the new Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts, the Kickoff Block Party is in a new location this year at … Read More



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