Mayor Joines Unveils New Jr. League Headquarters
On Saturday, Apr. 21, Mayor Allen Joines will help one of Winston-Salem’s oldest philanthropic organizations begin a new chapter in its 95-year history.
Mayor Joines will kick off the Junior League of Winston-Salem’s 13th annual Tour of Fine Spaces fundraiser with a ribbon-cutting ceremony of its new headquarters in the heart of the downtown arts district.
Key event details include:
Saturday, Apr. 21, 131 Liberty View Lane (off Trade Street)
10 a.m. ribbon-cutting with Mayor Allen Joines and Jason Thiel of the Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership
10 a.m. – 4 p.m. free tours of new downtown headquarters
Ribbon-cutting champagne toast sponsored in-part by Lowes Foods, Dough-Joe’s food truck, and free rides distributed by Cycle Bar in support of the JLWS Strong Women, Strong Families events
Tour of Fine Spaces
Saturday, Apr. 21
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
$30 advance tickets can be purchased online, $35 day-of tickets can be purchased at headquarters or any home on the tour
Homes can be toured at leisure: 836 Oak St., The Residences 51 E 4th St., 823 Oaklawn Ave., 2507 Woodbine Rd., 980 Wellington Rd., 305 Plymouth Ave., 467 Riverbend Dr. (Bermuda Run)
Tour of Fine Spaces attendees will have the opportunity to tour new and renovated homes throughout the Winston-Salem area for a firsthand look at the latest decorating, design, and building trends. Attendees will also be able to consult with on-site interior designers, cabinetmakers, flooring/tiling specialists, architects, and builders.
The money raised through Tour of Fine Spaces furthers the Junior League’s mission to encourage volunteer development, train members to become civic leaders, and support the community. The Junior League’s purpose is exclusively educational and charitable, with a main focus on childhood literacy and family health. For more information or to purchase advance tickets to Tour of Fine Spaces, please visit www.jlws.org/TourofFineSpaces
“We could not be more delighted to kick off our annual Tour of Fine Spaces event than by inviting the community to celebrate our newly constructed headquarters building in the downtown arts district. We are grateful to Mayor Joines for helping us commemorate such a special occasion as the Junior League prepares for its next century of service to the City of Winston-Salem,” said Aimee Rowe, President of the JLWS. “We invite the community to join us for all of the wonderful homes at Tour of Fine Spaces this year. Funds raised will allow us to continue our mission of nurturing and educating individuals to build healthier families and a stronger community.”
About the Junior League of Winston-Salem
The Junior League of Winston-Salem is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. With approximately 1,000 members, the Junior League of Winston-Salem has helped to inspire and establish vital Winston-Salem-based community organizations and events, including The Arts Council, Kaleideum, Ronald McDonald House, Komen North Carolina Triad Race for the Cure, READ TO ME and BOOKMARKS Festivals. Visit the Junior League of Winston-Salem website, www.jlws.org, for more information.
Thank you to our Tour of Fine Spaces sponsors Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and Winston-Salem Monthly.