The official start of spring is just a few days away. Wake Forest welcomes this cherished season by offering a wonderful array of warm weather events and activities for the entire family.
From the Carnival for the Kids and Easter Egg Hunt to National Trails Day and the Wake Forest Charity Car Show, springtime in Wake Forest is jam-packed with fun-filled outdoor events guaranteed to help you shake the winter blues.
To help inform area residents about all these events, the Town has created a “Wake Forest Outdoors” portal on its website. Located at www.wakeforestnc.gov/wake-forest-outdoors.aspx, the webpage provides detailed information about our area’s most popular springtime happenings, including Dirt Day, Friday Night on White, Six Sundays in Spring, Music at Midday and Meet in the Street – just to name a few. Offering dates, times, locations, event descriptions and more, the portal is a useful resource for anyone planning to take advantage of Wake Forest’s variety of warm weather activities.
But that’s not all.
Android and iPhone users can have a handy pocket guide to this year’s springtime events in the palm of their hands by downloading the Town of Wake Forest app and using the app’s “Wake Forest Outdoors” function. Designed to offer smart phone users instant access to all the Town’s warm weather happenings, the Wake Forest Outdoors function is your one stop source for complete information about everything from March’s Carnival for the Kids to June’s Charity Car Show.
IPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android users can download the Town’s free app by searching for “Town of Wake Forest” on iTunes, in the iPhone app store, or in Google Play or by scanning the appropriate QR code provided at www.wakeforestnc.gov/app.aspx.
For more information, contact Communications & Public Affairs Director Bill Crabtree at 919-435-9421 or [email protected].