10 Days Celebration: Friday, April 20
Join prominent university community members for an historic event honoring our campus trees. Years of hard work and dedication from Landscaping Services staff have resulted in national recognition for the university.
Then grab a group of friends and sign-up to participate in the Cardboard Boat Race. You have all weekend to craft a vessel that will make it from one end of the Reynolds Gym pool and back (twice!). The boat judging and races will be held Sunday, April 22.
2nd Annual Arbor Day Celebration
When: 4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Where: Courtyard between Babcock and Johnson, near the volleyball courts
Landscaping Services, the Office of Sustainability, and Residence Life and Housing invite you to join us for Wake Forest’s second annual Arbor Day Celebration. Two trees will be planted in honor of the occasion and we will hear from several prominent members of the university community about the important role of trees on our campus.
Following the planting ceremony, guests are encouraged to enjoy refreshments courtesy of Residence Life and Housing.
Cardboard Boat Race: Materials pick-up
When: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Where: The Office of Sustainability (Reynolda 101)
Gather a few friends and sign-up anytime today for the Cardboard Boat Race. Read the full rules and register here, then pick up free cardboard and 2 rolls of duct tape, courtesy of Campus Recreation. You may purchase extra duct tape, but keep in mind that you cannot use any other materials for your boat! You have until Sunday at 1 p.m. to build a pool-worthy vessel.
Questions? Contact Jessica Finnerty, Assistant Director of Campus Recreation, Aquatics, (336) 758-3490 or