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Arts for Life Roll & Stroll

Posted on 11/4/2013 by Rebecca Woodcock

Arts for Life Roll & Stroll

On the evening of Friday, November 22, children and families from across the Triad will be enjoying a new holiday tradition at the Festival of Lights – by rolling and strolling. The 2nd Annual Roll & Stroll to benefit Arts For Life is a family fun bike ride, stroller push, and leisurely stroll through Tanglewood Park in Clemmons, on the night before the Festival of Lights opens to car traffic for the holiday season.

Roll & Strollers will make their way on foot or on wheels through the Festival of Lights, enjoying live music and entertainment along the way, visiting with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and raising funds and awareness for Arts For Life. Founded in 2001 at Brenner Children’s Hospital, Arts For Life is a nonprofit organization that brings arts education to young patients and families battling cancer and other serious illnesses. Funds raised at the Roll & Stroll go directly to sustain Arts For Life’s support services for the Triad community’s children and families in need.

The Roll & Stroll will take place on Friday, November 22, with on-site registration opening at 4:30 pm at Shelter 2 in Tanglewood Park. Roll & Strollers will start on the 2.5 mile course between 6 and 7 pm. Participants are encouraged to register early online and create a personal fundraising page to invite friends, family, and neighbors to share in their support of Arts For Life. The top fundraiser will win a Kindle Fire. Admission for adults is $20, students $10, and kids ages 12 and under attend free.

All information provided by event organizers.

The abovementioned event and organization are not affiliated with Forsyth County in any way. It is a separate and independent organization, which is responsible for and manages its own activities and affairs. This event is a contractual agreement between the organization and Forsyth County.


General Park Information

  • Pets must be under control of their owner and kept on a leash no longer than six feet at all times. All pets must have current inoculations for rabies. Pets must be kept and never left unattended. Pet owners are responsible for their pets using the designated waste area and cleaning up after their pets at the designated area.
  • Golf, Horse Stables, Hiking Trails and Accommodations are available year-around.
  • Gardens are open year-around. Blooming seasons vary.
  • Tennis activities are available from April to November.
  • Water activities can be enjoyed from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
  • Entrance Fee:
    • $8.00 - Passenger Vans and Buses
    • $2.00 - All other vehicles
    Annual passes can be purchased at the Welcome Center for $50.00 for passenger vans and buses and $25.00 for all other vehicles. Entrance fees and annual passes do not include admission to special events.