The Granary at WinMock Now Open {Winston-Salem Special Event Venue}

Posted on 12/2/11

Ladies and Gentlemen.  Boys and girls. It’s official.  The Granary at WinMock is now open for rentals and WE cannot stop gushing about how much we love having this new space to share, just steps away from WinMock (a.k.a. the “big barn”).

The Granary at WinMock.

On November 17th, the Granary (a.k.a. the lil’ barn) welcomed her first visitors for an intimate gathering of staff, crew members, local officials, clients and meetings professionals. 

WELCOME to The Granary, just steps from WinMock.
Dramatic entrance greets you inside.
Historic character mixed with modern conveniences.
The soaring wooden beam work adds a special feeling to this event space.
Wayne Thomas, president/owner of Sterling Events Group (developers of WinMock at Kinderton) discusses The Granary's beam work with Carolyn McManamy, president of the Davie County Chamber of Commerce.
Michael West of West and Stem Architecture, PLLC discusses the project. West was the lead architect on both The Granary and WinMock at Kinderton.
Paula Thomas, owner and wife of Wayne Thomas, president of Sterling Events, with WinMock managing director, Tabatha Renegar.
Buddy Seymour, president of Windsor Commercial and wife explore the space. Windsor Commercial was the general contractor on this project and the main barn.
Guests mingle during our November 17th sneak peek.
Tabatha shares stories with reception guests.
David Munoz of Sterling Audio Visual chats with Dawn Siverson, operations manager for WinMock.
Our favorite new "antique" on display.
Our crew!

The flexible space, filled with historic character and rustic charm, is an ideal setting for meetings, teambuilding events, seminars, conferences, retreats, group luncheons, private dinners, retirement parties, wedding ceremonies, wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, gosh, the list goes on and on…

With soaring wooden beam work, carefully designed zoned lighting, and full wired and wireless connectivity, The Granary is a charming alternative for smaller groups.  The event space accommodates groups up to 160 (theater seating). 

Tabatha Renegar , managing director of WinMock, shared “We have already received a tremendous amount of interest for 2012 bookings and just like with WinMock, many clients contracted before renovations were even complete.”

Cross beams are highlighted with soft lighting.

To learn more about The Granary at WinMock or to set up your own private tour, call 336.397.2010 or email

{Photography by Tom McCulloh Photography}

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