By Katie Moosbrugger
In today’s Sunday Spotlight:
~ The Maize Adventure at Kersey Valley Attractions
~ What’s New for Your Family at Midtown Cafe
~ Elementary Programs at The Montessori School of Winston-Salem
~ Fall is the Time to Treat Sun Damage at Carolina Laser
~ New Giveaways from Healthy Made Simple and Core Gymnastics
The Maize Adventure at Kersey Valley Attractions
The Maize Adventure at Kersey Valley Attractions is much more than a corn maze. Kersey Valley also offers the Kersey Valley Zipline, Kersey Valley Escape, Kersey Valley High Ropes, Kersey Valley Laser, and nationally known Spookywoods haunted attraction. The daytime fun in the fall at the Maize Adventure is designed for Scout Troops to Civic Groups to Family Groups, Maize Adventure corn maze, pumpkin patch, gem dig, dinosaur discovery, cow train, tram train, pedal carts, rock wall, bungee trampolines, kiddie ziplines and giant jumping pillows offers a full day of fun in a unique outdoor experience that is sure to please everyone in the family. Don’t forget the many options for great fun food options like funnel cakes, caramel kettle corn, fudge and their famous apple cider made to order donuts. Gather your friends and family for a cookout under one of their massive picnic shelters with grills.
What’s New For Your Family at Midtown
Midtown Café and Dessertery aims to make meal time easier for your family. You can call ahead or place your order online, and simply pick up on your way home! They have an updated dinner menu with more choices than ever before to satisfy everyone tastes. Choose from a full dinner menu, kid favorites, or budget friendly options from the Midtown Market that you can quickly bake or microwave without worrying about meal planning or the mess in your kitchen.
Midtown also offers whole chicken pies, quiches, lasagnas, and casseroles. Best of all, they offer a Weekly Meal Deal that serves four people and includes the entree and two sides for just $25 – $30. Stop by the restaurant located at 151 Stratford Rd NW, Winston-Salem or visit them online at midtowncafews.com. You will quickly see why it has been a Triad favorite for breakfast lunch and dinner for over 31 years!
Elementary Programs at The Montessori School of Winston-Salem
The Montessori School of Winston-Salem (TMS) invites all parents of children in Kindergarten through 6th grade to learn more about our Elementary Programs on Tuesday, October 23, 2018, from 6:00 to 7:30 PM. The Lower Elementary program is for children 6-9 years old (grades 1-3) and the Upper Elementary program is for children ages 9-12 (grades 4-6). In three-year, multi-aged environments the Elementary program offers a fully integrated curriculum that includes language arts, math, art, geometry, biology, physical education, history, music, geography, Spanish and physical sciences. If you’re a parent wanting to learn more about Montessori education, meeting the teachers and exploring the classroom will deepen your understanding of what our Elementary curriculum has to offer your child. For additional information on The Montessori School of Winston-Salem, contact the Office of Admissions at 336.766.5550 or visit their website wsmontessori.org. This event will be held at the main campus located at 6050 Holder Road, Clemmons, NC.
Fall is the Time to Treat Sun Damage
Summer has come and gone, and as fall starts to bring cooler weather, some remnants of the summer just won’t fade like your tan did. All your summer fun might have left you with dark spots, fine lines and other signs of sun damage. Sun damaged skin typically shows the characteristics of dryness, sunburn, dark spots, wrinkles, uneven skin tone, hyperpigmentation, blood vessels and actinic keratosis (small bumps within the skin only removable by medication).
Lasers can also treat a lesser-known effect of sun damage — tiny broken blood vessels around the nose and middle of the face.
Through the use of laser skin treatments, Carolina Laser can help you actually reverse the damage caused by the sun’s rays. The result takes years off your appearance, and reduces the potential for more serious skin conditions down the road.
Please call (336) 659-2663 or visit www.carolinalaser.com for more information.
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*Today’s Sunday Spotlight is sponsored by Kersey Valley Attractions, Midtown Cafe, The Montessori School of Winston-Salem, and Carolina Laser