By Rachel Hoeing
We hope our readers have enjoyed a fabulous weekend! In today’s Sunday Spotlight get details on:
– 12th Annual Greensboro Buddy Walk
– Kersey Valley’s Maize Adventure
– Local Consignment Sales
Down Syndrome Network of Greater Greensboro 12th a Annual Buddy Walk
Bring the whole family to Kelly Park on October 17th to enjoy food, games, face painting and live entertainment from Mr Nigel and Friends Music! This special event, which is held at various sites throughout the country during the month of October in honor of Down Syndrome Awareness Month, is held to increase awareness, inclusion, and acceptance of individuals with Down syndrome in our community. The event will be held on Saturday, October 17 from 9:30am until noon (spirited 1-mile walk at 11am) at Keeley Park, 4100 Keeley Road, McLeansville, NC. Visit the website here for more details and to register. It is a terrific event for the whole family!
Kersey Valley’s Maize Adventure
Kersey Valley’s Maize Adventure is an afternoon full of family fun! Explore the 10-acre corn maze and have a blast finding the stations throughout that make for an interactive experience. New for 2015: Bungee Trampolines are perfect for children 150lbs or smaller to bounce themselves silly. Jump around with family and friends on the giant twin jumping pillows. Grab a bite to eat, pick out the perfect pumpkin, cruise around the farm on the tram, pan for gems and take home a bag of kettle corn. Enjoy crisp autumn days at Maize Adventure with your family and friends! Kersey Valley’s Maize Adventure, located off I-85, Exit 113A in Archdale, is a short drive from anywhere in the Piedmont Triad. For more information, visit www.maizeadventure.com or call (336) 431-1700.
Fall consignment season is still in full swing. Be sure to check out our directory for all of the most popular sales in the Triad! Sales are listed by city and then in order by date. Many sales are still taking consignors at this point. Click on the name of each sale to visit the corresponding website. Get all the details here!
* Today’s blog is sponsored by Down Syndrome Network of Greater Greensboro and Kersey Valley.