Additional Stops Added In for Local Events

 "HIGH POINT, N.C., Apr. 20, 2015 — On May 1 - 2, participating furniture, arts and accessories showrooms will be open to the public for an after-market sample sale.  Visitors can park for free in the parking deck on High Avenue in High Point and catch a trolley at the Train Depot across the street to check out some popular local showrooms. 

On Friday, May 1, the showrooms will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Trolley stops include the 2015 Designer Show House, presented by the Junior League of High Point, Traditional Home Magazine and the R.B. Terry Foundation as well as showrooms that are not generally open to the public. Also, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., the Brewers Kettle will offer complimentary beer and wine tastings and there will be live entertainment throughout the day

On Saturday, May 2, the trolleys will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and an additional trolley stop will be added to the Carolina Brewsfest at the Mendenhall Transportation Terminal. Attendees can enjoy food trucks, a variety of beer and wine offerings and live entertainment throughout the afternoon. People who arrive at the Carolina Brewsfast by trolley will receive a discount off of the $8 entrance fee.

Parents are invited to bring children along to enjoy a free trolley ride. The trolley tour will stop at each location continuously throughout the day making it easy for participants to hop on and off at any given location."

- A Press Release

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