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Old Campus Trek Scheduled for Saturday, April 7th

This year’s Old Campus Trek on Saturday, April 7th has a full schedule of fun-filled activities for students and alumni of Wake Forest University. The day begins at 9:30 am with a casual coffee and social period, followed by a morning program presented by Mary Tribble (WFU ‘82), Senior Advisor for Engagement Strategies. 229 more words

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Navy Ghost Stories at the U.S. Navy Seabee Museum

Halloween was celebrated at the U.S. Navy Seabee Museum with a story telling session by the Seabee Zombie. The STEM Center was filled with fog, the guest arrived, and the Seabee Zombie with his wife, the Mistress of the Night, appeared to tell stories from Eric Mills’ book, “ 333 more words

Seabee History

Speaker Kathryn Quigg: Local Author of Historical Fiction

Annual Meeting Scheduled for Sunday, October 22nd

The Wake Forest College Birthplace Society will hold this year’s annual meeting on Sunday, October 22nd from 3 pm to 5 pm. 249 more words

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Memories of Old General Stores: Program on Sunday, October 8th at 3pm

Atlas Ray’s Store in the Harricanes

Frazier’s Store near Youngsville

Lynam’s Store in the North End

If you’re a newcomer interested in history, an old-timer willing to share stories, or anyone in between, the Wake Forest Historical Association invites you to attend its upcoming program on the original country stores that once operated in and around Wake Forest. 238 more words

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Celebrate Our History on Museum Day Live! 9/23/2017

We’re proud to join Smithsonian magazine’s thirteenth annual Museum Day Live!, in which participating museums across the United States emulate the spirit of the Smithsonian Institution by opening their doors for a day of fun and education–absolutely free! 1,371 more words

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Thank You Volunteers!

On Sunday, September 10, many volunteers chose to spend a beautiful sunny day helping out in and around the Museum.

We are beyond grateful.

With everyone’s help we trimmed trails, cut trees, weeded gardens, organized storage areas, sorted donated items, entered bird lists into… 76 more words

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D.C. Summer Nights - Food in the Garden

We, D.C. area residents, are a little spoiled by the amount of cultural events available year-round in the City. Summer nights on museum terraces with a nice view talking about food and gardens while sipping craft beer? 433 more words