The University and the School of Divinity are inviting all interested to join a Virtual Easter Sunrise Service on Sunday, April 12.
Hosted by Jonathan Walton, Dean of the School of Divinity, the broadcast will begin at 7 a.m. and will remain available for viewing after the initial showing.
Organizers of the Maya Angelou Garden Party announced, recently, that the event will be a podcast this year.
On the website devoted to the event, it is announced that due to COVID-19, “the garden party will no longer be able to take place in person. Although this news is disheartening to many, we are choosing to transition the programming into a pre-recorded podcast that will be curated and shared over the coming weeks.”
The announcement adds that “if you would like top submit an original poem, spoken word, or audio clip to be included in the podcast,” that can be done through a link on the website. The submission will be reviewed by the Garden Party Committee, according to the announcement.
Additional information is available here.
The following is a guest post from the Office of Sustainability and the Office of Civic & Community Engagement:
The Office of Sustainability will host a webinar called Climate Solutions for North Carolina on April 7. We hope this virtual panel and dialogue will provide an opportunity for students, faculty, staff and others to connect over meaningful discussion about climate solutions for our state.
The event will begin with a virtual panel of leaders that will offer state-wide perspectives on climate solutions: accelerating innovation, preparing and protecting communities, and reducing GHG emissions. A recorded link to this portion will be available following the event. Panelists include:
- Jessica Whitehead, Ph.D., Chief Resilience Officer, North Carolina Office of Recovery and Resiliency | N.C. Emergency Management
- Elizabeth Ouzts, Journalist | Energy News Network; Former Director of Communication | Environment America
- Steve Kalland, Executive Director | N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center
Following the panel, the Office of Civic & Community Engagement will moderate a deliberative dialogue on climate choices.
The webinar is free and open to all who register. You can learn more and register here. Each person should register individually. This is part of a national network of events across the U.S. called Solve Climate by 2030; Wake Forest is the host campus for NC.
Campus users who have submitted events to the University’s events calendar may now update their events as Canceled, Postponed, Live, or Sold Out. (All events are Live by default.)
To do so, log into the calendar with your Wake Forest credentials. Any events you have submitted will appear in your dashboard. When editing an event, you will now see a menu item for Status directly beneath the Description field. Make any necessary changes to your event and save it. Note: We discourage users from deleting events altogether, as other users may have bookmarked the event and would benefit from seeing the status.
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This is a guest post from the More Barn Concerts series:
More Barnconcerts proudly presents Shana Tucker on March 19 at The Barn at Reynolda Village in Winston-Salem.
Doors will open at 7 p.m. and the concert will begin at 8 p.m. This will be a seated general admission show with limited reserved table seating. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Reserved tables (four seats) are $125.
To purchase tickets for this event, please visit here.
For more information about Shana Tucker, please visit here.