Where does and who is "The Upper Crust"?   Why is June "The Wedding Month"?  Ever really caught "Red Handed"?

Enjoy our short videos below to answer each of those questions.  The HerbFest is the major fund raiser for the Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment.

  

 

June, why the wedding month

 

 

Why being caught "red handed" is a matter of fact.

 

 

 

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  The Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment  is a recipient of a Google Grant award.

  The Google Grants program supports organizations sharing Google's philosophy of community service to help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy, and the arts.

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Video of The Famous Wake Forest Gazebo Moving To New Home At Festival Park

     For more than a decade the Gazebo has been the home of DRC events and other activities in downtown Wake Forest.  Situated in the "municipal parking lot", taking up 4 parking spaces, it was our only venue for outdoor performances, bands, sitting on Santa's lap, National Prayer Day, and so much more.  It was not old enough to be certified "historic" but that's only an "official" designation for departmental regs., not in our lives.  For us it's historic and we did not want to lose it, basically for sentimental reasons. Buildings do not have histories, people do.

    The programming done at Festival Park directly benefits the work of the Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment.  By purchasing the Gazebo for $1.00 a new tool to expand and enrich the GJCAE endowment becomes possible.

    At the ribbon cutting for phase I of the downtown streetscape project we heard the plans were to destroy it, which seemed a shame.  Long story short is the town basically gave us ownership in exchange for moving it.   We did, it is, and thanks to
Alan Brown here is a short video on our old Wake Forest Gazebo relocating to it's new home here at Festival Park, home of family friendly festivals such as HerbFest. 

    Glad to have the Gazebo here so there can be many more memorable moments for so many.   The Wake Forest Gazebo is now at it's new home,  Festival Park, home of the Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment (GJCAE), and the true "home of family friendly festivals" as the memories will continue.


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  Video of Interview of Dick Larsen, resident artist of The Cotton Company, by Elizabeth Johnson - Cotton Company owner and mother of Graham, Paige and Janna Johnson, talking with Dick Larsen on how he creates his famous dog portraits for family keepsakes and mementos.  Often artists such as Dick donate art work or % of sales to the Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment to further the programming goals.

 

A good fund raising idea is auctions, showings of artists' original art, jewelry, crafts which benefits the GJCAE.

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In Co-operation With Crossroads Entertainment, The Cotton Company & Festival Park, The Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment Provides Free Feature Movies For Your Holiday Enjoyment.

Drop off the kids in a friendly and safe environment, take off a couple of hours, shop, dine in downtown Wake Forest, as our gift to you for the holidays from the GJCAE.
Happy Holidays Wake Forest

The Polar Express will be shown on Nov. 28 at 4 p.m. @ Crossroads Entertainment- Plenty of Free Parking

On Dec. 12th the feature will be The Santa Clause at 4:00 p.m.@ Crossroads Junction

 

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