By Rachel Hoeing
Happy Father’s Day! We hope all of our dads in the area enjoy a day with their families and are able to celebrate this amazing thing called Fatherhood! In today’s Sunday Spotlight:
- Info on Upper Cervical Chiropractic
- Krispy Kreme Exhibit at Kaleideum Downtown
- Salem Sports Camp
- Child Care Resource Center
Is Your Head On Straight?
If not, then Upper Cervical Chiropractic may be the missing piece of the puzzle to restoring your health. Traumas such as falls during youth and car accidents disrupt the foundational alignment between the head and upper neck, often causing the brainstem (the cell tower of the human body network) to become compromised and structural balance to be lost (from head to toe).
The brainstem controls each organ system, so any interference disrupts bodily processes, commonly leading to the onset of Migraines, autoimmune conditions, vertigo, digestive problems, etc. Simultaneously, loss of foundational balance creates persistent physical strain, which eventually leads to headaches, neck/back/shoulder/hip pain, etc.
Upper Cervical Care is a scientific system of correcting and monitoring head/neck alignment. There is no cracking, popping, or twisting, no drugs or surgery; it is simply an effective, natural, and safe solution to ensuring optimal health. Please visit www.triaduppercervical.com or call 336-992-2536 for more information.
Krispy Kreme Doughnut Days at Kaleideum Downtown
Check out the new lights and sounds in the Krispy Kreme truck and the updated toddler area. Admission to Kaleideum Downtown all weekend long is just $5 (+ tax) per person and free for Kaleideum members.
From 10 am to Noon on Saturday, June 23, enjoy free doughnuts and coffee, and tour the Krispy Kreme Cruiser and Delivery Truck. During the day, Kaleideum will offer doughnut-themed story times in the Amazing Library and make-and-take doughnut accessories in The Prop Shop — including glasses, headbands, hats, necklaces, and more — all inspired by Winston-Salem’s famous sweet treat!
Child Care Resource Center
Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) (formerly known as Work Family Resource Center) is your local, non-profit child care resource and referral agency. Home of the largest database of child care programs in the region, CCRC offers a combination of free and fee-based services (including a nanny search service) to suit the needs of all families.
Whether you need full-time care for your newborn, a half-day preschool program that will help your child develop the social and school readiness skills to begin a successful school career, or a summer camp for your school-age child, talking with one of CCRC’s Parent Specialists can help you in your search for a child care arrangement that best fits your child and your family’s needs.
Please call (336) 245-4900 or visit www.workfamilyresource.org for more information.
CCRC is hosting an Open House at their new location (500 West Fourth Street, Suite 202 Winston-Salem, NC 27101) on June 21 4:30-6:30pm! Please call (336) 245-4900 to RSVP.
Register Now for Salem Sports Camp
There are still some spots available at this year’s Salem Sports Camp, but space is going quick! Salem Sports Camp offers two different types of camp experiences: A half day co-ed Junior Sports Camp for ages 4-6, and a half day co-ed Senior Sports Camp for ages 7-11. Both camps offer carefully planned activities to keep the days interesting, fun and not exhausting. Activities include swimming, tennis, basketball, soccer, T-ball, lacrosse, archery and golf. For the younger campers, the emphasis is on enjoyment, not competition. The older campers learn more about strategy, skills and competitive spirit. Each session is one week long beginning June 18 and running through July 13. The week of July 4 is prorated, as there is no camp session on the holiday. Salem Sports Camp also offers $25 off for the first sibling and $40 off for the second sibling. Click here for more details and to register: https://salemacademy.com/sport
~ Sponsored by Triad Upper Cervical, Kaleideum Downtown, Salem Sports Camp, and Child Care Resource Center.
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