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2020 Summer Camp Options Just Outside the Triad

2020 Summer Camp Options Just Outside the Triad

Updated by Michelle Barson Are you looking for a summer camp in the areas outside the Triad but still nearby? This list provides a variety of camp options you might want to consider. Scroll down this post to view all of your options. You will always find this list on...

2020 Triad Summer Camps: Winston-Salem, Clemmons & Surrounding Areas

2020 Triad Summer Camps: Winston-Salem, Clemmons & Surrounding Areas

Updated by Michelle Barson Are you looking for a summer camp in the areas surrounding Winston-Salem and Clemmons? Scroll down this post to view all of your options. You will always find this list on our directories page here. *”Full Time Options” are camps that allow...

2020 Triad Summer Camps: High Point, Kernersville & Surrounding Areas

2020 Triad Summer Camps: High Point, Kernersville & Surrounding Areas

Updated by Michelle Barson Are you looking for a summer camp in the areas surrounding High Point and Kernersville? You will always find this list on our directories page here. *”Full Time Options” are camps that allow campers to arrive prior to the start of camp and...

2020 Triad Summer Camps: Greensboro, Burlington & Surrounding Areas

2020 Triad Summer Camps: Greensboro, Burlington & Surrounding Areas

Updated by Michelle Barson Are you looking for a summer camp in the areas surrounding Greensboro and Burlington? You will always find this list on our directories page here. *”Full Time Options” are camps that allow campers to arrive prior to the start of camp and...

Triad Area Support Groups

Triad Area Support Groups

Updated by Laura Simon You never know when you will need to rely on a support group. Whether you (or your child) are facing a new challenge or a stressful life change or are just looking for new contacts - there are a million reasons why support groups can be helpful....

Date Night Ideas

Date Night Ideas

Updated by Anna Keller & Rachel Hoeing This directory is sponsored by Tap That Axe Throwing, which is bringing you the hottest trend in indoor sports and giving you a fun and relaxing atmosphere to hang out and relieve some stress. They offer the opportunity to do...

Game Day Dishes

Game Day Dishes

By Travis Finn, local Triad dad In the spirit of putting some of my “Super Bowl” recipes to the test, I dug up some of my favorite crown pleasing, “easy” recipes that my kids and I make together. Before you dig into these recipes, let me warn you that I NEVER follow a...

The Slightly Lopsided Seesaw

The Slightly Lopsided Seesaw

By Guest Blogger Hillary Zaken Dear working parent, I see you. I see you juggling work and childcare and self-care and your home and your chores and your relationship and your community involvement and your children’s extra-curricular activities, striving for that...

Welcome to the 2020 Choice Awards

Welcome to the 2020 Choice Awards

By Katie Moosbrugger Our 10th Annual TMoM Choice Awards contest kicks off TODAY! This contest celebrates all things parent-related in the Triad. We ask our readers to nominate the best of the best in categories ranging from restaurants to summer camps. The link to the...

Teach A Kid to Make Spaghetti … An Unexpected Foster Care Journey

Teach A Kid to Make Spaghetti … An Unexpected Foster Care Journey

By Guest Blogger Amy Hughes Nothing is easy about our foster care system. Whether you’re a foster parent, child, caseworker, or birth parent it is undoubtedly a hard journey for everyone involved. For foster parents there is tons of red tape to navigate, constant...

Self-Care Checklist

Self-Care Checklist

By Guest Blogger Rebecca Subbiah, RDN Life can be so very hectic these days with work, caring for kids, after work and school activities and trying to juggle it all. Often taking care of ourselves both physically and mentally can go on the back burner. We are very...

March 16, 2020 : Spring Season Begins at the YMCA – Register Today!

March 16, 2020 : Spring Season Begins at the YMCA – Register Today!

YMCA Spring Sports March 16 – May 16 Registration Open NOW – Click HERE to Register Clemmons – Kernersville – Winston – Advance - King Play Where it’s More than a Game at one of our seven family YMCA’s conveniently located around the Triad. Our supportive, volunteer...

Win a $100 Gift Card to the YMCA of NWNC

Win a $100 Gift Card to the YMCA of NWNC

Enter to win a $100 gift card that can be used toward anything at the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina including membership, youth sports, swim lessons, boot camps, personal training and more! To register for this giveaway, click the link below. Now when you join the...

Feb. 6 – 23, 2020: “Desvelado” at Kaleideum Downtown

Feb. 6 – 23, 2020: “Desvelado” at Kaleideum Downtown

Desvelado Feb. 6 - 23, 2020 Kaleideum Downtown, Winston-Salem Tickets and more information here: kaleideum.org/peppercorn/shows/desvelado Written by José Casas Directed by Becca Drew Ramsey Music by Eddie Garcia Design Directed by Patrick Lord Kaleideum’s professional...

Feb. 20, 2020: Open House at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic School

Feb. 20, 2020: Open House at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic School

Open House February 20, 2020 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM Our Lady of Mercy Catholic School, 1730 Link Road, Winston-Salem Website: ourladyofmercyschool.org Facebook: facebook.com/OLMNC Want your child to benefit from all of the intellectual, social, and spiritual blessings...

My Secret Confession

My Secret Confession

By Guest Blogger Jen Mearns OK, I have a confession. But before I get to that, let me give you some background. After I had my first child, I really didn’t want to go back to work. I didn’t feel like I had enough time with him, had barely gotten him on a schedule and...

When Your Doctor Touches You

When Your Doctor Touches You

By Guest Blogger Dennette Bailey Recently Andrew Yang’s wife, Evelyn Yang, was in the media describing a rape she endured by her OB/GYN during a doctor’s visit. When I saw her story it made me wonder how many people may have suffered sexual abuse at the hand of their...

When Learning Is Real

When Learning Is Real

By Peter S. Williams, Academic Dean At Greensboro Day School, I see our elementary-aged students return from our pond with dirt on their hands, smiles on their faces, and a deeper appreciation of science and the natural world. I watch students in our Lower and Middle...

Easy, Healthy, Family-Friendly Winter Meals

Easy, Healthy, Family-Friendly Winter Meals

 By Anna Keller With the days still on the short side and the weather chilly, it can be easy to want to push the easy button every night for dinner and order takeout or heat up a freezer meal or can of soup. While that’s a helpful move from time to time, I know I...

Feb. 13, 2020: Community Open House at Noble Academy

Feb. 13, 2020: Community Open House at Noble Academy

Community Open House February 13 from 9 to 11 am Noble Academy in Greensboro Register here: Noble Academy Community Open House Fall In Love With Noble Academy!Noble Academy will hold its annual Community Open House on Thursday, Feb. 13th from 9-11 am. If you are...

Feb. 27 – March 1, 2020: Frozen at Greensboro Day School

Feb. 27 – March 1, 2020: Frozen at Greensboro Day School

Greensboro Day School’s Middle School presents Frozen Jr. February 27 - March 1 Sloan Theatre on the campus of Greensboro Day School www.greensboroday.org/tickets Frozen Jr. is based on the 2018 Broadway musical and brings Elsa, Anna, and the magical land of Arendelle...

What’s a Personal Polli?

What’s a Personal Polli?

By Guest Blogger Julie Tillman, personal shopper for Polliwogs Just the other day as I was driving my kids home from school, my son asked his two older sisters, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” The conversation wrapped up and shifted to me. “Mom, do you like...

Teaching Peace & Kindness

Teaching Peace & Kindness

By Guest Blogger Kelly Guzenhauser, a local Kindergarten teacher As we celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we reflect on what he is best known for: leading the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950’s and 60’s. But in this age of continued racism and...

Two New Giveaways, Plus Swimming Opportunities

Two New Giveaways, Plus Swimming Opportunities

By Rachel Hoeing In today's Sunday Spotlight: Giveaway from AR Workshop Giveaway from Greensboro Ice House Lessons & Parties at High Point Swim Club   Our Newest Giveaway from AR Workshop Register for our latest giveaway, and you could win a spot for you and...

Ellen’s Book Nook — January 2020

Ellen’s Book Nook — January 2020

By Guest Blogger Ellen Bryant Lloyd  Crackling fires, fuzzy blankets, hot tea and great books… these are some of my favorite things on cold, winter days and things that are hygge. I was recently introduced to the concept of hygge which, according to Wikipedia, is a...

The Story of a Decade: Love, Loss, and Grace

The Story of a Decade: Love, Loss, and Grace

By Guest Blogger Sarah Jenkins The first year of the last decade held the most devastating moments I have ever walked through. I began 2010 thrilled to be expecting our second child. By St. Patrick’s Day, our hearts were shattered with the knowledge that our baby...

Visit The Greensboro Ice House: Fun for the Entire Family

Visit The Greensboro Ice House: Fun for the Entire Family

By Guest Blogger Nicole Gaboury, Skating Director, The Greensboro Ice House The Greensboro Ice House packs an array of frozen fun at the Triad's only year-round, ice skating rink. Conveniently located near the Wendover Avenue exit off of 1-40, the Ice House offers an...

Triad Youth Sports Programs

Triad Youth Sports Programs

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger Ready to sign your child up for a sport, riding lessons or karate class? Start here! We have added a ton of options to this directory from years past, and we also reorganized our list so it's easier to search for programs by sport and by...

You’re in, Now What? Tips for Navigating the College Transition

You’re in, Now What? Tips for Navigating the College Transition

By Guest Blogger Catherine Phipps, graduate of UNC Chapel Hill You spent months preparing for the SAT, considering 10,000 factors and applying to what feels like 10,000 schools. Then come the decision-making questions: Are your SAT and ACT scores high enough? Should...

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