Check out the following series of talks at New Winston Museum (no admission charges):

March 28th at 5:30 pm there will be a talk on the new stained glass windows that have been created for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.  Anyone interested in architecture or stained glass will find this very interesting.


April 11th at 11:45 am – just as we are going into gardening season David Bare (Reynolda Gardens & the WS Journal), Eric Jackson (Old Salem Gardens) and Margaret & Salem Neff (Beta Verde) will be speaking about heirloom gardening.  If any of you are in a garden club it would be wonderful if you passed this information on to your fellow members.


April 25th at 5:30 pm Artist Jan Detter (teaches at WFU in the Entrepreneurial Program and has created art pieces all over town) will be speaking on the evolution of textiles as art and what it is like to be a professional working artist.  She is an incredibly dynamic and inspiring speaker.  Anyone interested in the Arts will love hearing her ideas.


May 9th at 11:45 am local historian Fam Brownlee will be speaking about the joining of Winston and Salem.  He knows lots of interesting stories about the period and is just a delight to listen to.  His talk will be a wonderful way to start your celebration of the centennial of Winston-Salem.


May 23rd at 5:30 pm will be Twin City Story Time.  Four WS writers, including our very own Bill Womble will be sharing their tales of the city.


June 13th at 12:30 pm fellow board members and Scott Wierman (Winston-Salem Foundation) will be speaking about the many ways that philanthropy has shaped our city.


June 27th at 5:30 pm Ellen Kutcher (Director of Historic Bethabara Park) will be speaking of our community’s unique shared history.