Wake Forest Historical Museum

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Old Campus Trek Scheduled for Saturday, April 6th

The Importance of Past and Place:

This year’s Old Campus Trek on Saturday, April 6th provides another fantastic opportunity for alumni and friends of Wake Forest University to gather together and celebrate the history of

“Mother, So Dear.” The day begins at 10:00 am with a casual coffee and social period and will lead into a morning program presented by the Wake Forest Traditions Council with a focus on Student Life Today. A second program titled “The Importance of Past and Place to What Lies Ahead” by WFU Distinguished Alumna Elizabeth Watson (WFU ‘74) will follow.

Guided tours of the Old Campus and a picnic lunch are provided. For the afternoon program, visitors will enjoy a multigenerational discussion about Wake Forest Legacies.

Advance registration is required. Please call the Alumni Office at 336-758-5264 or visit the website at http://www.wfu.edu/alumni. Those interested in this WFU Alumni event at the museum also can contact Executive Director Ed Morris at 919-556-2911 or morrisce@wfu.edu.

FOR ACCOMMODATIONS:

GROUP NAME – WAKE FOREST BIRTHPLACE

Candlewood Suites at 12050 Retail Drive (919-554-6901) is offering a group rate with a reservation cutoff date of March 15th – CLICK HERE.

Hampton Inn at 12318 Wake Union Church Road (919-554-0222) is offering a group rate with a cutoff date of March 15th – CLICK HERE.

Sleep Inn at 12401 Wake Union Church Road (919-556-4007) is offering a group rate with a cutoff date of March 25th – CLICK HERE.

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