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SUMMER ADVENTURES

All campers will learn about the historic house and estate, will view and take inspiration from the art collection, and have the opportunity to swim in the historic indoor pool! The Museum will provide beverages during Summer Adventures; campers should pack a snack and lunch.
CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP
Tuesday–Friday, June 26-29
9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

An adventure designed exclusively for students who have completed 6th through 9th grades, this workshop will engage participants in the writing process from prewriting through the publishing stage. The workshop will include art activities and glimpses behind-the-scenes of the Museum.
NEW TWO-WEEK PROGRAM
WRITING ADVENTURES
Monday–Friday, July 23-August 3
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Along with other arts experiences, students will create original writings—compiling them in a handmade book— and artworks inspired by Reynolda’s collections.
ART ADVENTURES
SESSION I: Monday-Friday, July 9-13
SESSION II: Monday-Friday, July 16-20
9 a.m. – 1 p.m

Young artists will learn about and take inspiration from specific objects in Reynolda’s renowned collection of American Art and create their own artwork each day.
YOUNG NATURALISTS CAMP AT REYNOLDA GARDENS
The Wild, Wacky, and Wonderful World of Dr. Seuss

Monday, June 18 — Friday, June 22, 9 a.m. until noon or 5 p.m.*
Monday, June 25 — Friday, June 29, 9:00 a.m. until noon


Dr. Seuss inspired generations to think about and promote care for the natural world. Through his wacky approach readers have delighted in his stories that focus on being good stewards of our Earth. Join us for this fun-filled week of activities, which will include exploring the many ecosystems of Reynolda, a variety of games and natural crafts, planting in the Children’s Garden, and a swim in the Reynolda House pool, all inspired by the writings of Dr. Seuss .
These one-week sessions are for children who have completed grades one through five. Young Naturalists spend the week exploring the gardens, greenhouses, woodlands, meadows, and streams of Reynolda with expert naturalists and scientists. Students are accompanied by adult volunteers and student assistants.

$135.00 per week, per child.

*Full day is optional, not required. The full day option includes activities until 5 p.m.and requires an additional $50 fee. Scholarships are available.

Please call or email the Reynolda Gardens Education Office at 336.758.3485 or lanieral@wfu.edu with any questions and inquiries on availability.
ONLY 2 REMAINING DATES
FAMILY FIRST WORKSHOPS

These two-hour workshops begin at 2 p.m. the first Sunday of each month for children in first through sixth grades accompanied by an adult.

$8 members/$10 non-members per person; art materials are provided.
Registration required as class enrollment is limited.

EN PLEIN AIR DRAWING WORKSHOP
April 8*
Moved because of Easter.
In this workshop, you will traverse the Reynolda landscape and make a sketch in pencil, then create a study in watercolor en plein air , (outside). Frederic Church made similar sketches and studies during his journeys.
WACKY WEAVING WORKSHOP
May 6
Take inspiration from the woven and printed paper creations by Alan Shields in our Off the Wall exhibition to create your own woven artwork. Then, embellish it by stamping, stitching, and more!
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
REYNOLDA ROUNDABOUT
STROLLER TOURS

Wednesdays, 10:15 a.m. - 11 a.m.
May 16 and 23 and June 6 and 13
Will not be held in inclement weather.
$5 per adult (includes tax) 
COMMUNITY DAY

Saturday, June 2
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Free