Wake Forest, N.C., Sept 21, 2023 – The Wake Forest Community Table will host its next Community Gathering free and open to the public on Thursday, Oct. 5, 2023, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., beginning at the Alston Massenburg Center, 416 N. Taylor St., in Wake Forest.
Titled, Wondering, Wandering, and Wheeling, the event offers an evening of community bonding, storytelling, and exploration of the rich history of Wake Forest.
Attendees will embark on a short journey to three historic locations via shuttle bus from the Alston Massenburg Center: The DuBois Campus, The cemetery, and The Taylor St. Park.
At each stop, participants will have the privilege of wandering through these historic sites, engaging with their neighbors, and hearing the fascinating stories and history shared by community members and staff from the Wake Forest Museum.
The event will conclude with a return to the Alston Massenburg Center, where attendees will come together for table conversations about the tour, allowing for reflection and discussion.
Seats for this free community gathering are limited, and individuals are encouraged to register in advance to secure a spot using this online form: https://bit.ly/3ZpFvQx The Wondering, Wandering, and Wheeling Community Gathering represents a quarterly initiative by WFCT, dedicated to nurturing the spirit of togetherness in the Wake Forest community. In addition to hosting Community Gatherings, WFCT demonstrates its commitment to fostering unity, camaraderie, and compassion among residents by providing weekly meals to those in need within Wake Forest.