The Elizabeth Duncan Koontz (EDK) Committee, a subcommittee of the Salisbury Human Relations Council, is currently accepting nominations for the 2020 Elizabeth Duncan Koontz Humanitarian Awards.
“We are excited to be recognized with the Runner Friendly Community designation,” said Salisbury Parks and Recreation Director Nick Aceves. “The continual expansion of our greenway system allows us to promote health and wellness opportunities to our residents. The partnership with Salisbury Rowan Runners (SRR), city departments, local businesses, The Carolina Thread Trail and the community as a whole has been supportive and involved. We all want to ensure our residents have the most accessible and enjoyable experiences in our parks, trails and sidewalks. This designation is truly the accomplishment of everyone in our city.”
Taste the wines of Rowan County, North Carolina and beyond right here in Downtown Salisbury during the 7th annual wine-tasting crawl! Must be 21 and up, free trolley services will be provided. Tickets include tasting pass with access to 20 wine samples from locations of your choice, signature Wine About Winter tasting glass, and a carrying bag.
Experience an enchanted evening between father and daughter! Includes food, games, photos and door prizes. $10 per ticket. Tickets MUST be purchased in advance and are available at any Salisbury recreation facility.
Chat with students, staff and educators about what to expect with College life. Free for grades 6-12
Community Classroom is an interactive educational session for citizens, age 16 and up, which is taught by local police officers. This event’s timeframe will be 2 hours, which will include a speaker, a personal story from a survivor and a questions and answers period.