Join friends and neighbors for this free community festival evoking a spring afternoon in the parks of Paris. Visitors of all ages can see Samuel F.B. Morse’s Gallery of the Louvre and the Art of Invention and express their own creativity through hands-on art activities, including a chance to “be the curator” of an ideal gallery or take home a Morse code souvenir. Among the groves and flowering gardens of Reynolda, visitors will find Parisian refreshments, dance performances, and artists working in the Museum and en plein air.
In honor of Wake Forest University's Pro Humanitate Day
, Reynolda House will be collecting canned foods on site.
- Parking is free, and is available on-site and nearby. Come early to park closer to the event.
- Visitors are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs.
- Well-behaved pets are permitted outdoors.
- Strollers are permitted outdoors only due to anticipated high number of visitors inside the Museum.
We are grateful to the Terra Foundation for American Art for their generous support of this event. Community Day is sponsored by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Carolinas Realty.