Old Salem in the Community

Old Salem in Holiday Parade - 1 for web

Dixie Classic Fair - 2 for web

Eastfield Village



Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Feature Presentation

Urban League

Winston-Salem, NC

by Melita Scott, African American Heritage

Monday, December 9, 2013

Candle-Trimming Demonstrations and Presentation

Elizabeth and Tab Williams Day Center

Winston-Salem, NC

by Darlee Snyder, Education

Wednesday, November 20, 2013 @ 11:30am

Featured Speaker

Alamance County Women’s Resource Center’s Working Women’s Wednesday

Burlington, NC

by Ragan Folan, President & CEO

Throughout the year, Old Salem Museums & Gardens staff and volunteers conduct local and out-of-state outreach.  Staff can be found presenting at scholarly conferences and seminars or cultivating relationships with our peer institutions and friends.  We’ve included below our calendar of past and upcoming events.

For information on the travels of staff at the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Ars (MESDA), check out MESDA on the Road.

We invite you to visit us as we are out and about!



Tuesday, January 28, 2014 @ 11:30am

Featured Speaker

“A Landscape History”

Philocalian Book Club

Winston-Salem, NC

by Martha Hartley, Division of Restoration

March 16, 2014 @ 2:00pm
Forsyth Creek Week:  March 15-22
Forsyth County, NC
“Salem Creek Crawl: A walking tour of History and Nature — past and present– along Salem Creek. With the Hartleys from Old Salem and Cornelia Barr of the Gateway Nature Center.
by Michael O. Hartley, PhD, Director of Archaeology and Martha B. Hartley, Research & Planning
Division of Restoration

For more information or to register, visit Forsyth Creek Week website http://forsythcreekweek.com/

Wednesday, May 7, 2014 @ 10:15am

Featured Speaker at the 2014 NC Master Gardener Association Conference

“A Landscape History: Old Salem Museums & Gardens and the Legacy of the Moravians”

The Hawthorne Inn

Winston-Salem, NC

by Martha Hartley, Research & Planning, Division of Restoration