Have you ever heard of the Navajo, Hopi, or Zuni tribes? Get ready to visit the Southwest and find our who lived in a pueblo, which people are weavers, and what are kachinas.
Using music, art, stories, games, and other activities, campers will learn about the Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni people of the United States Southwest. Camp is designed for children ages 6 to 12.
The fee is $125 ($100 for MOA Friends) per one week session, which includes all...
The Graylyn Estate is excited to offer Tour Pour Du Jour. Guests will be taken back in time during a guided tour of the home while they enjoy Graylyn's select house wines.
Learn about the Gray's beginnings in Winston-Salem, and how Graylyn is being used today.
We will give you a look into the family's rich history, and even let you in on some of the mysteries that lie beneath the ground and within the walls.
It is not too often that a group of over 200 women are seen back-pedaling, stutter-stepping and driving their bodies into blocking pads during offensive line drills at BB&T Field, but this summer women of all ages will have the opportunity to take the field and experience Wake Forest Football first-hand.
Coach Dave Clawson and his staff cordially invite women from all over the Triad to join them for the 17th Annual Women's Football Camp,...
Join local educators and cultural leaders for a panel discussion and open dialogue about the future of humanities education, inspired by The Heart of the Matter, the 2013 report of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences Commission on the Humanities & Social Sciences.
Panelists will include: Superintendent of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Public Schools, Beverly Emory; WFU Provost and Professor of Political Science, Rogan Kersh; WSSU Dean of...
Center for Global Programs and Studies Fall Study Abroad Fair.
There will be representatives from many of our WFU programs as well as our affiliate programs to share information and answer questions.
There will be activities and prizes and we hope to see you at the fair.