Wake Forest Unplugged
What do you get when you spend an entire afternoon free from electronic devices that often seem to control us instead of the other way around? The answer: "Wake Forest Unplugged...Get Connected."
Sponsored by the Wake Forest Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Advisory Board, "Wake Forest Unplugged...Get Connected" is a rare opportunity for residents to "disconnect" from cell phones, PDAs, and computers, and "re-connect" with their community, friends, and family.
The PRCR Advisory Board will host a variety of organized games and activities, including sack and relay races, corn hole, and miniature golf, from 5-7 p.m. in the vicinity of the Walker Garden.
Even if you can't make it out to Joyner Park, you and your family can still participate by simply "unplugging" from your televisions, personal computers, blackberries, phones, and video games for the afternoon and instead engage in healthier, more active pursuits.
You're also invited to bring a kite to fly and/or take a stroll along any of the park's numerous trails.