Antique Glass Ornament Display
On loan from the North Carolina Museum of Art 

Through Thursday, December 31
10 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Included with General Admission ticket
As part of Reynolda’s “year of glass,” view authentic early 20th century glass ornaments in the 1917 Reynolds family bungalow. On loan from the North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA), the collection of historic Christmas ornaments encompasses nearly 400 figural glass ornaments including santas, fruits, candies and animals. There are even some surprises among the fragile glass trim like miniature lamps and tobacco pipes. Reynolda will display a selection of the decorations as if they were hand-selected by Katharine Reynolds herself!

The NCMA ornament collection was a gift of John and Patricia Geikler.
Holiday Plant Sale at Reynolda Gardens

Wednesday, November 18—Saturday, December 19
Hours/dates may vary
Sale will not take place on Sundays
Holiday plants, including cyclamen, poinsettias, paperwhites, amaryllis and Christmas cactus, will be available for sale in the Greenhouse. Advance timed sale visit sign up required. Available times and dates are listed on the Ticketleap link below. An advance order form will be shared on reynoldagardens.org.
Members Event
Reynolda Friendsgiving

Saturday, November 21
2:30–4:30 p.m.
Free for Museum members and their families with advance registration
Front lawn, weather permitting
Join us as we give thanks to museum members and their families for their support with Reynolda’s first-ever Friendsgiving. This family-friendly afternoon for members (on the eve of Thanksgiving week) will be full of physically-distanced outdoor holiday games, special takeaways, and a surprise guest you can wave to from afar!

Members enjoy a discount in the store and a free Reynolda replica holiday card with a $30 purchase. To become a museum member, visit 
Wreath Decorating Workshops

Tuesday, December 1
12:30 p.m.
↺ Repeats Wednesday, December 2 and Saturday, December 5
$50 general admission/$35 for WFU faculty, staff, students, and Friends of Reynolda Gardens
The Barn at Reynolda Village
The team at Reynolda Gardens will help guide you to holiday wreath decorating perfection during these limited enrollment DIY workshops. Each participant will receive a large, full, natural wreath to decorate. We will provide an assortment of natural items to adorn your wreath or you can bring your own decorations. Pruners and gloves are encouraged. Face coverings are required. COVID distance and sanitation precautions will be followed. Space is limited.
Christmas Cocktails with a Curator
Presented by Fader RE

Sunday, December 6
7 p.m.
$10 per household 
Via Zoom
Unpack your fancy holiday glassware for a 1920s holiday cocktail re-imagined by mixologist Tim Nolan and sit back and learn the history of glass Christmas ornaments in the American South with Dr. Amber C. Albert. Sparkling visuals will augment the discussion of ornament production, traditions and artistry. Albert’s research interests include the material world of the rural South and today she serves as Reynolda’s manager of community and academic learning. Nolan is the co-owner of Fair Witness Fancy Cocktails in Winston-Salem and a long-time Reynolda program partner.
Family First
Virtual Holiday Workshop and Art Kits 

Sunday, December 6
2–4 p.m.
$15
In-person kit pick up; workshop via Zoom
JFamily First workshops are designed for children in grades one through six and a favorite adult to make art side-by-side. For the December workshop, all participants have the option of either purchasing a kit of DIY art materials to complete at any time or purchasing a kit and participating in a live, virtual teaching session through Zoom at 2 p.m. on Sunday, December 6. Kits will be available for pick up the Friday and Saturday preceding the workshop and will include a family pass to visit the museum at a later time. December’s workshop offers materials and ideas to create your own holiday cards and gift tags.
Enchanted Christmas Evenings at Reynolda
Presented by Taylor & Taylor Attorneys at Law, PLLC

Friday, December 11 and Saturday, December 12
↺ Repeats following Friday, December 18 and Saturday, December 19
4:30–8:30 p.m.
Included with General Admission ticket
Visit Reynolda for this special afterhours opportunity to see the historic house lit up for Christmas and featuring authentic early 20th century glass ornaments on loan from the NCMA selected from a collection of nearly four hundred figural glass ornaments dated from 1900 to 1930.

Guests will also enjoy live organ performances of Christmas carols!
 
Memories of A Christmas Memory

Sunday, December 13
3 p.m.
$10 per household
Via Zoom
This year would’ve been Robin Voiers’ 34th consecutive year of performing her adaptation of Truman Capote’s A Christmas Memory at Reynolda. While we can’t join one another in the auditorium for her annual one-woman performance, you can join Robin remotely to learn about her journey as an artist and educator. Phil Archer, deputy director, will share archival recording clips and interview Voiers as she shares her memories of A Christmas Memory.  
Toast to 2021 with The Katharine Brasserie
Presented by Fader RE

Tuesday, December 29
7 p.m.
$15 per household 
Via Zoom
Clink! The holiday season isn’t over until you’ve enjoyed a special beverage to ring in the New Year. Join Reynolda and The Katharine Brasserie as we re-imagine champagne cocktails from Mary Reynolds Babcock’s own recipe book, A Lady of Good Taste. Log in from the comfort of your home and we’ll send the ingredient list in advance so you can play mixologist along with us!