Is there an admission fee for Pink in the Park?
Pink in the Park is free and open to anyone.
Who can come to Pink in the Park?
People of all ages from all over the Triad (and beyond) who want to learn more about breast cancer, those who have been diagnosed (and their friends and families) who would like support and information, and people who would like to honor or remember those who have been touched by the disease.
Can I bring my pet?
In order to make all in attendance comfortable, pets other than certified service animals are not welcome at this event.
Do you have to register to attend?
No registration is necessary, just drop in. Whether you join us for the entire event or just a few minutes, we’d love to have you.
How can I become a vendor?
Please visit the vendors page for more details.
Will there be food in the park to purchase?
Pink in the Park will not have any food vendors in attendance, but there are plenty of great local restaurants within a very short walking distance. You might consider picking up lunch and bringing it to Pink in the Park during your lunch break. We will have water available at no charge.
What if it rains?
Pink in the Park happens rain or shine.
Are there bathrooms close by?
Yes, the park has bathrooms for public use behind the stage.
How can I win a prize?
Anyone who attends Pink in the Park will receive a door prize ticket at the Breast Center of Greensboro Imaging tent. Most vendors will have prizes to give away too, so visit their tents to find out how to win.
Do I have to be present to win a prize?
Yes, all recipients of prizes have to be present to win. Drawings for door prizes will take place throughout the entire event, be sure to keep your ticket and listen for your number.