While it may be Thanksgiving week and many of you are heading out of town or preparing to receive friends and family in your homes there are still a few things going on this week in Wake Forest NC that you can get out an explore!
Take a peek at some of the events and regardless of where you spend your Thanksgiving this year I hope you are surrounded by friends, family and loved ones. I hope that your tables are full with a delicious bounty and your hearts are brimming with joy…..
Life in Wake Forest NC – come explore my world……
From the Town of Wake Forest NC website:
5th Annual Gobbler’s Run 5K Family Event
Thursday, Nov. 26; 8 am
Wake Forest Boys & Girls Club
Registration is $15 before Nov. 15 (children 5 and under are free) and all proceeds benefit the Wake Forest Boys & Girls Club. Last year’s race attracted over 1,000 participants and we expect even more this year. The 3.1 mile loop is an easy stroll through downtown and historic Wake Forest. The course is open to runners and walkers of all skill levels. Push your kids or bring your dog – walkers and pets are encouraged to attend. You’ll get a race t-shirt and be able to eat one more helping of stuffing without the guilt. Register online at www.gobblersrun.com or for more information email Cat Redd at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wake Forest Farmers’ Market
Saturday, Nov. 28; 8 am – Noon
Municipal Parking Lot, 110 S. White St.
The market offers fresh produce, pasture-raised beef, poultry and pork, free-range eggs, fresh and dried herbs, honey, jams and preserves, plus a whole lot more. The Farmers’ Market is open from 8 am to noon every Saturday from April through November. www.wakeforestmarket.org
Family Holiday Movie Night in Wake Forest
Saturday, Nov. 26; 4 pm – 6 pm
Crossroads Entertainment, 415 Brooks St., Wake Forest
Enjoy a showing of “Polar Express” with your children or drop them off to watch the movie while you shop, relax, or dine. There is no charge for admission or to drop your children off. All attending are encouraged to wear pajamas. Santa will also make an appearance and give a small gift to each child, so bring your cameras! This event is hosed by the Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment. Contact Meredith Brown for more information at (919) 554-9899 or email@example.com.