“Frozen” Day, Summer Camps, and Sports Medicine

By Rachel Hoeing

Find news you can use in today’s Sunday Spotlight! Scroll down to get updates and information on:

  • Frozen Science Fun at Kaleideum North
  • WF Baptist Health Sports Medicine at Proehlific Park
  • Summer Camp Opportunities in the Triad


Frozen Science Fun at Kaleideum North

Kaleideum North will celebrate all things cold and frozen on Saturday, February 17, from 1-4 p.m. during Frozen Science Fun! Day.  

Visitors can participate in a variety of activities involving ice and snow at special stations throughout the Museum, including “Make Instant Snow,” “The Amazing Ice Melting Blocks,” “Explorations with Dry Ice,” “Ice Orbs,” and more. Special guests Elsa and Anna will be available for a Meet-and-Greet in the Little Theater.

All activities are included with museum admission (and free for Kaleideum members).  No pre-registration is necessary.


Now Open— Wake Forest Baptist Health Sports Medicine at Proehlific Park

Get the same care that elite athletes receive, but close to home at Proehlific Park in Greensboro. Wake Forest Baptist Health is proud to serve the Guilford Community, offering expert sports medicine care with services including:

  • Injury Evaluation
  • Nonsurgical Treatments
  • Physical Therapy
  • Massage Therapy
  • Exercise Services
  • Nutrition Services
  • View this flyer to learn more!

The WF Baptist team treats youth, college, and professional athletes, weekend warriors—and everyone in between. To make an appointment call 336-702-5635, or visit wakehealth.edu/Proehlific-Park for more information. Most insurance plans accepted. Proehlific Park membership not required.


Summer Camps in the Triad

Triad Moms on Main compiles a list each year of the most popular summer camps in our area. We include Burlington, Greensboro, Kernersville, High Point, Winston-Salem, and all surrounding areas. We also include many NC summer camps within driving distance where you can drop your children off for a week or two for residential camp. Our list includes camps for toddlers through college-age students.

We’ve compiled our list for 2018 which you can view HERE! Note that camps are organized by city, theme, and age groups. We have also noted camps that run “full time” for those of you who need full time child care over the summer. You can click on the camp name to visit the website for additional information and registration details.

We hope this helps your child enjoy a fabulous SUMMER 2018!


  • Sponsored by Kaleideum and WFBH.

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