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WStoday June crossword puzzle

Let’s take a mid-month pause to see how much you know about what’s going on in Winston-Salem.

WStoday: Bailey Park in downtown Winston-Salem

You’ll always find either food trucks, live music, or wellness activities in Bailey Park during summer months — sometimes all at once.

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How well do you know what’s happening in the Twin City? As a challenge, we’re giving you this crossword puzzle made up of clues from our newsletters starting Monday, June 3 through Friday, June 14. This is your chance to show off your knowledge.

2. This race and block party is set to return on 4th Street on Saturday, April 5, 2025.
3. This organization is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
5. This is where most of your tax dollars go.
8. This celebration takes place from Monday, July 22 to Friday, July 26.
9. This historic building downtown is up for sale.
10. This museum of art is giving free admission to teachers and families of service members this summer.

1. This future cocktail bar is set to open at Bailey Park this summer.
2. This former bottling plant is getting revitalized into a new multi-use space.
4. Winston-Salem’s ranking on Forbes’ list of the 25 Best Cities for Renters in 2024.
6. A Winstonian will be searching for love on this reality TV show.
7. A newly constructed home community is being built in this suburb.

Let us know your score and we may just brag about you in our next newsletter (no peeking).

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