This Month at Wake Forest

Featured Event:

Campus Kitchen Pro Humanitate Project:

While most Wake Forest students are away for the summer, the hunger needs served by Campus Kitchen never lessen. Recruit a few friends and sign up for a 3 hour Summer Feeding Program Cooking Shift.  Visit this volunteer hub to select a day and time that works for you!

Over the summer, the Campus Kitchen at Wake Forest University (CKWFU) receives federal funding as a sponsor for the Summer Food Service Program. The program provides summer meals to students who are eligible for free and reduced price lunch during the academic year. Each weekday, CKWFU serves breakfast and lunch for fifty children who are on campus as part of the Anna Julia Cooper Center Freedom School. CKWFU focuses on providing high quality fresh meals that allow children to try new foods and eat a healthy well balanced meal. In the first year of operation last year CKWFU, won a NC Rising Star Award which recognizes a new sponsor that ran a superior first year of operation with a menu that promoted a healthy lifestyle and a Bronze level Turnip the Beet nutrition award from the USDA. Please join us in helping make summer meals possible in our community!

 

Quest for the Golden Deac
Wednesday, July 25
Register Here!

Back by popular demand for a third run on Wednesday, July 25th!  Join us in this family-friendly, couple-friendly, friend group-friendly, scavenger hunt-style event that will have you racing across the Wake Forest campus in search of points and clues to win the grand “Golden Deac” prize. A light supper will begin at 5:45 p.m. and the opportunity to gather with other Wake Foresters at Alumni Hall.  Following a “briefing” at 6:15 p.m., the Quest will commence. Be prepared to scurry all over campus in hot, humid weather. At the conclusion of the Quest, the Kona Ice Truck will be parked and serving cool-down treats! $9 per person (children 5 and under are free). All ages welcome! Register Here!

Professional Development
July 12 and July 18

Two summer workshops offered by WFU professionals: Life After Wake on Thursday, July 12th and Managing up on Wednesday, July 18th. Both will be held in Alumni Hall. The registration fee of $12 includes a light dinner. Gather at 5:30 p.m. for food and conversation; the workshops begin at 6 p.m. If your schedule is tight, come at 6 p.m. and eat while the workshop begins.

All Sports Camp
The renovations are completed, Reynolds Gymnasium is fabulously updated, and All Sports Camp has returned this summer! There are still spaces available for 6 – 12 year old Deacons! Details and registration may be accessed here. 

Athletics

Museum of Anthropology

Reynolda

Please visit events.wfu.edu for additional events
“This Month at Wake Forest!”