VOL16 ISS2 2018

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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE —TRIAD NC | VOLUME 16—ISSUE 2 47 Welce to the Neighbhd Moving from one home to another can get a little messy! Let your new neighbors at Two Maids and a Mop help you with a clean home as you begin this new chapter. Offering many options to choose from: iMove In/Out Cleanings, Deep Cleans, Weekly, Twice Monthly, Monthly Maintenance Cleaning Packages. Cleaners are Paid on Performance which offers you the ability to rate the job on a scale of 1-10 which will directly determine their Professional House Cleaners level of Commission. 336-448-4640 Get a quote & book online in just 30 seconds! Gift Certificates Available $30 off first 3 cleanings with mention of this ad. ($10 off each of first three cleanings) - the making of whiskey on a family farm centuries after it was first started. The distillery on Williams Road is the home of Old Nick Williams Co. where bourbon, clear whiskey and soon rum will be on the spirit menu. The distillery originally founded in 1768 was a nationally known brand before Prohibition shut the company down in the early 20th century. To have a cocktail in the evening the place to go is Old Nick's Pub where gin, whiskey and other spirits are combined in craft cocktails at the bar voted one of the best in Forsyth County. For authentic Italian cuisine, locals head to Ciccione's Italian Restaurant. Start with Calamari Fritti or Vongole Ciccione (clams in red or white sauce). For the main course try pasta Bolognese, Carbonara or Tortellini Panna which pair well with Yadkin Valley wine. Just a short drive from Lewisville is the town of Clemmons, most known for its famed Tanglewood Park events such as the North Carolina Wine Festival and the Festival of Lights (FOL) during the holidays. The NCWF (2019 is its 19th year) is a favorite festival with area winery tastings, food and music packed into one day of fun. In the fall, bikers come together to support a cure for MS with the Tour to Tanglewood cycle race. Golfers enjoy the newly renovated Championship Course at Tanglewood Park that reopened in October. Or take a leisurely stroll along the Village Point Greenway, a three-fourth-mile path around Village Point Lake with spectacular views. Clemmons ranks highly on Niche for being a good community to raise a family in NC: #9 of 350. Folks move to Clemmons for a small town feel with easy access to city amenities. Quality schools, a clean environment and a low cost of living are part of the appeal of this community. What's a small town without an eatery for home-cooked food? Clemmons Kitchen has been serving the community since 1977. A wide variety of area restaurants from American to Italian fare are also there for every appetite. The Village Farmers Market sets up annually beginning in May to support the local food market. The market has a great choice for produce, eggs, lamb, and pork, plus a big variety of seasonal vegetables and fruit, healthy doggie snacks, handmade products and more. The market supports producers from Forsyth, Surry, Stokes, Rockingham, Guilford, Davidson, Davie and Yadkin counties. [] WINSTON-SALEM

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