By TMoM Team Member Sandy Harper
In this week’s Friday Finds …
- GCM is Now MBCM!
- October is Coming to an End!
- Pumpkin Patch Season is Wrapping Up
- Have you Entered Yet?
GCM is Now MBCM!
The Greensboro Children’s Museum is officially the Miriam P. Brenner Children’s Museum (MBCM)! Although the name changed, everything imaginable about the downtown Greensboro Museum has stayed the same!
Expect a revamped Museum over the next year, including essential infrastructure, such as updated security, HVAC, and roofing. Even better though, MBCM will get renovated exhibits, including the Post Office, Construction Zone, Nonie’s House, and the Edible Schoolyard, in addition to refurbished bathrooms and party rooms. With so many BIG changes to love – see them all for yourself! Visit www.mbcmuseum.com to plan your next visit!
October is Coming to an End!
Halloween is only four days away! Which means this weekend is full of Halloween fun events for everyone. Not sure where to trick-or-treat? Looking for a custom party?
For all the places your kiddos can fill their bags and events that the whole family will enjoy see the October Festivals and Trick-or-Treat directory.
Pumpkin Patch Season is Wrapping Up
As we get deeper into the fall season, the pumpkin patches start to freeze. The corn mazes wilt and hayrides stop rolling. There are only a few weeks left to enjoy these fall favorites!
To find pumpkin patches, corn mazes and hayrides near you, head over to this directory.
Have You Entered Yet?
Did you see our new giveaways?
One lucky TMoM reader will win Two $50 dollar gift certificates to Duck Duck Juice! Where you can enjoy smoothie bowls, avocado toast and a selection of other warm and delicious foods. For your chance to win, click here.
Another TMoM fan will be the winner of $100 in Market Bucks to spend at Merry Merry Market 2022. Over 60 small businesses bring hand-crafted and locally designed artisan specialties to this
boutique holiday shopping market. Click here to register!
Today’s Friday Finds is sponsored by Miriam P. Brenner Children’s Museum.