By TMoM Team Member Katie Moosbrugger
In today’s Sunday Spotlight:
~ Senior Portraits with Yasmin Leonard Photography
~ Smoke City Meats: Your Neighborhood Butcher
~ Programs for Toddlers through Teens at Little Blank Canvas
~ Triad Podcast Network Features Updates on Triad High School Sports
Senior Portraits with Yasmin Leonard Photography
Smoke City Meats: Your Neighborhood Butcher
Smoke City Meats is a neighborhood butcher shop located in the heart of the historic West End neighborhood in Winston Salem, North Carolina.Their case is stocked with exceptional meat, and their pantry is full of food to help you complete your meal. Everything in the shop is locally farmed and responsibly sourced- from the meat, to the cheese and eggs, to the spice rubs and sauces, right down to their branding and wood chips. And behind the counter, you’ll see friendly, experienced butchers who are ready to answer questions, offer cooking tips, and send you home with the best quality meat in town.
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11:00 am-6:00 pm and Saturday 10:00 am-4:00 pm *In store shopping and curbside pickup offered
Address: 833 Reynolda Road Winston Salem, NC 27104
Telephone: (336) 310-0204
Order Online: smokecitymeatsonline.com
Programs for Toddlers through Teens at Little Blank Canvas
After running several weeks of camps this summer without any incidents, Little Blank Canvas Studio is starting the school year with a comprehensive Covid-19 Protocol, offering Virtual and In Studio Programs. No matter what your school year looks like, Little Blank Canvas has a phenomenal schedule with a creative set of high quality programs from toddlers through teen, and all ages in between. Fine Art classes for ages 4 yr through 13 yr, toddler’s art program and an advanced teens program, in addition to a creative Digital Art curriculum for ages 7-9 yr and 10 yr and up.
The Studio provides all the high quality materials and passionate artists lead each group into a creative and original curriculum for a perfect learning experience. When homeschooling, or supporting your remote learning student, Little Blank Canvas provides the best art education in a safe and healthy environment. Enrollment is open online.
Triad Podcast Network Features Updates on Triad High School Sports
In early August, the North Carolina High School Athletic Association unveiled its plans for a modified sports schedule because of Covid-related concerns for the 20-21 academic calendar. NCHSAA Commissioner Que Tucker joined Kyle Schassburger on Triad Sports 1-on-1 to detail those modifications. This includes moving high school football to the fall and delaying the start of all activities until November 4th. Tucker provides clarity on the influences behind crafting a solution for a safe return to play for student-athletes across public North Carolina high schools, including contingencies at play, and why settle on the day after Election Day for the official start of high school athletics. Plus, restrictions and protocols. Be sure to listen to the most recent episode from Triad Sports 1-on-1 – part of the Triad Podcast Network – for the latest on the delay of high school sports in the triad and across the state. Listen HERE!
*Today’s Spotlight is sponsored by Yasmin Leonard Photography, Smoke City Meats, and Little Blank Canvas