Nine days of fun and informative activities for all ages to help us understand and appreciate the importance of our local waterways.
WEATHER ALERT: Due to the potential for winter weather, the Rain Garden workshop, the Treasure Tree Walk and the Creek Walk at Hanes Park on Wednesday have been postponed. The Creek Walk and Treasure Tree Walk will be held March 28. The workshop has been rescheduled for April 10.
Recreational activities · Children- and family-friendly activities · Hands-on learning opportunities · Dynamic guest speakers · lots more!
ALL Creek Week activities are FREE unless otherwise noted.
Forsyth Creek Week is a county-wide initiative organized by the Winston-Salem Stormwater/Erosion Control Division, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Utilities Division, North Carolina Cooperative Extension Forsyth County Center, Winston-Salem DOT, Winston-Salem Recreation & Parks, Winston-Salem Human Relations, Forsyth County Public Libraries, the Town of Kernersville, the Village of Clemmons, The Town of Lewisville, Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful, Forsyth Audubon, the Gateway Nature Preserve, Old Salem Museums & Gardens, Piedmont Land Conservancy, Reynolda Gardens, Kaleideum, the Sierra Club, Trout Unlimited, Temple Emanuel, Wake Forest University School of Divinity and Yadkin Riverkeeper.
Thanks to these sponsors whose generosity is making Creek Week possible!
North State Environmental, Presenting Sponsor · City/County Utility Commission · Forsyth County Soil and Water Conservation · Stantec · The Garden Club Council · Hayward Industries · Battery Watering Technologies · HDR · Freese & Nichols · WithersRavenel · Old Salem Museum & Gardens
Triad ECO Adventures · Foothills Brewing · Hampton House Art and Framing · Winston-Salem Dash · Rain Water Solutions · River Oaks Community Church · Piedmont Aerosports
Creek Week Partners