Town of Wake Forest
The 33rd Annual Meet in the Street festival returns to downtown Wake Forest on Saturday, May 4. Presented by the Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by WakeMed, Meet in the Street annually draws well over 15,000 people to downtown Wake Forest to enjoy many of the best artists and craftsmen in our area.
May is Bike Safety Month and the Town of Wake Forest is helping to raise awareness about the importance of safe bicycle use by sponsoring a free Bicycle Safety Fair on Saturday, May 4. The event is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in town hall’s Brooks Street parking lot, 301 S. Brooks St. As an added bonus,
Brooks Street Bowl, the new Wake Forest bowling alley located in historic downtown Wake Forest, has designated Tuesday nights from 6 PM – 10 PM “Southeastern Seminary Night.” Take advantage of this new family recreation event with $3 games and $2 shoe rentals. Visit bsbowl.com or call 919-488-4651 for reservations and more information.
Our Town is the Town of Wake Forest’s bi-monthly newsletter. Published every other month, the newsletter is mailed to all Wake Forest residents in the 27587 zip code. Our Town is also the latest addition to the Town’s E-Notifier subscription service. Interested persons can now sign up to receive an electronic version of the newsletter delivered directly to their inbox! Click here to view
The Friends of the Wake Forest Library will hold their Annual Used Book Sale Saturday, May 5 from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the Ledford Center. Members of the Friends of the Wake Forest Library are invited to shop early at 8:00 a.m.The membership fee is $5 per year. Admission is free.
Portion of Durham Road Closed Monday & Tuesday The Town of Wake Forest will close a portion of Durham Road/NC 98 East, from Tyler Run Drive to Wingate Street, Monday, April 16, and Tuesday, April 17, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. The temporary road closure is necessary to allow electric crews to add
This is an excellent opportunity for Southeastern students to reach out to our immediate community and share the love of Christ during this Christmas season: The Wake Forest Downtown Revitalization Corporation is looking for volunteers from Southeastern to help serve at the Christmas Parade on December 10. Interested volunteers can contact Jonnie Anderson at email@example.com for more
National Night Out (NNO) teams law enforcement agencies with citizens, community leaders, civic groups, and local businesses to promote safe, healthy neighborhoods. The NNO observance, always on the first Tuesday in August, is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness; generate support for, and participation in, local anticrime programs; strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community