By TMoM Team Member Katie Moosbrugger
Stay in the know. Learn more about these events and happenings that we are featuring today…
~ Open House at Greensboro Day School
~ Trunk & Treat Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem
~ Field of Fears at BB&T Ballpark
~ New Giveaway from etc Consignment
~ Pumpkin Patch Palooza
~ Winner of the Camp Hanes Winter Weekend
Every Day is a Great Day at Greensboro Day School!
Education at Greensboro Day School extends beyond traditional classroom academics to include hands-on experiences, citizenship, community, and more! At GDS, students are encouraged to explore their intellectual curiosity, develop the courage to think independently, and foster a love of learning. Whether with the youngest Bengals or the graduating seniors, GDS’s program focuses on character development that will build values and virtues to last a lifetime. As children and young adults grow and develop their concern for others, they enhance their own well-being and enrich their learning experiences. At GDS, learning is about more than mastering a subject. It’s about helping students discover and develop their unique strengths and talents. Boundless opportunities, phenomenal resources, outstanding experiences — they’re here for the taking at Greensboro Day School. Make plans to attend a PK-4th grade open house on Tuesday, October 21 at 6:00pm. Visit www.greensboroday.org/visit for details.
Trunk & Treat at The Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem
On October 26, The Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem is thrilled to host its annual Truck & Treat live outdoor exhibit from 1 – 5 pm! During this fun fall event, families explore more than 30 vehicles at the Children’s Museum (390 South Liberty Street, 27101). The event has a festival-feel with trick-or-treating for novelties and candy, DJ music, an inflatable, crafts and more! They are expecting close to 2,000 visitors for this event as children come from all over the community for this exciting learning experience. Admission is $5/person (members and non-members) and includes entry in the Museum. Get up close to an oil tanker, excavator, ambulance, fire truck, police cruiser, backhoe and MORE. Meet Bolt from the Dash from 2 – 3 pm and even see the Ghostbusters with Ecto-1! Halloween costumes are encouraged. A special thanks to the sponsors – Modern Automotive, Wake Forest Baptist Health Brenner Children’s Hospital, The Fresh Market, Westchester Day School and Duke Energy.
Field of Fears at BB&T Ballpark
Do you have arachnophobia (fear of spiders)? What about herpetophobia (fear of reptiles)? Or maybe you’re just afraid of the dark? Fear not! Come to BB&T Ballpark and face your fears this month during the first-ever Field of Fears. BB&T Ballpark has been transformed into the “Field of Fears,” a family-friendly event that allows fans of all ages to participate in Halloween-themed activities at the home of the Winston-Salem Dash. The Dash is teaming up with Peppercorn Children’s Theatre and The Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem to host the “Field of Fears,” which will be open on 10 dates during the Halloween season: October 16-19, October 23-26, and October 30-31. The “Field of Fears” contains a variety of fun activities, including scarecrow building and pumpkin decorating. It also features hay rides around the field, a maze, a pumpkin patch and Dash inflatables. Attendees particularly looking for a spook will enjoy the “Face Your Fears” walk and a “Dark Room.” Admission is $11 if purchased in advance or $14 when making day-of purchases. Children two and under can attend for free. Parking is also free for all 10 dates. Guests can purchase pumpkins and scarecrows for $8 and $15, respectively, and food will be available for purchase. For more information on “Field of Fears,” call the Dash at (336) 714-2287 or visit wsdash.com.
Win a $100 Gift Card to etc Consignment
As the weather changes so does the inventory selection at etc. Consignment Shoppe. Their store is filling up with Fall and Winter clothing for the entire family, as well as housewares and furniture for your home. etc. also offers holiday decor for both Thanksgiving and Christmas. Stop by and enjoy shopping in their 16,000 square foot showroom. While you are there, don’t forget to ask about their furniture warehouse! To register for this giveaway, click HERE. We will announce a random winner on November 2!
Pumpkin Patch Palooza!
On Saturday, October 25th from 4:00pm to 6:00pm, join Maple Springs United Methodist Church for their annual Pumpkin Palooza. FREE admission and parking, donations of canned food accepted. Pumpkin Patch Palooza will feature free food, live music, games, prizes, inflatables, trunk-or-treating, and more. Bring your best decorated pumpkin, creative costume, or decked-out trunk for your chance to win prizes! Activities include: PUMPKIN SALE, TRUNK-OR-TREAT, FREE FOOD, FREE GIFT, INFLATABLES & GAMES, PUMPKIN DECORATING CONTEST, COSTUME CONTEST, TRUNK DECORATING CONTEST, and more. Get all the detailshere. (Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 336-722-7563).
Winner of the Camp Hanes Winter Weekend
That would be Sherri Woodlief! Many thanks to the YMCA of Northwest NC and Camp Hanes for providing this fun prize! The 3rd Annual Winter Camp at YMCA Camp Hanes Begins at 7 pm on Friday, December 12 and ends at 10 am on Sunday, December 14. Open to campers age 6-16. Enrollment for the weekend includes all programming (activities available based on weather), food, lodging, etc. This is a great opportunity for those interested in learning what camp is like during the summer! For more information and to register, please visit www.CampHanes.org or call 336-983-3131.
*Today’s Sunday Spotlight is sponsored by Greensboro Day School, The Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem, the Winston-Salem Dash, Peppercorn Children’s Theatre, etc. Consignment Shoppe, Maple Springs United Methodist Church, Camp Hanes and the YMCA of Northwest NC.