By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing
In today’s Sunday Spotlight:
- Spring Break Day Camp at Camp Hanes
- DABL Salon in Winston-Salem’s West End
- New Garden Friends School Virtual Coffee
- Mt Shepherd Summer Camps
Spend Spring Break at YMCA Camp Hanes
From April 5-9th, YMCA Camp Hanes will offer Spring Break Day Camp. Campers can be dropped off and picked up on-site, or in Winston-Salem at the Robinhood Road Family YMCA.
All week, campers will get a chance to participate in some of their favorite camp activities and spend time outdoors! Some activities include: archery, canoeing, climbing, zip lining, hiking, and much more! This is a great option for long-time campers who are missing their second home and new campers who may be interested in attending this summer.
The cost of the week of Spring Break Day Camp is $220 for members of the YMCA and $240 for potential members. The cost includes transportation to camp, activities, breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack each day. For more information or to register, visit camphanes.org or call 336 983 3131.
Winston-Salem Welcomes DABL Salon
DABL Salon & Boutique, in the heart of West End, has 10 highly qualified and experienced stylists all of whom can give you the look you desire at a price that is reasonable. They also offer a private room where you can sit back and relax while receiving your pedicure or manicure. They practice the highest standard of cleanliness to keep you and the stylists safe. They have a laser zap air purifier that kills both germs and dust in the air, and they perform temperature checks. All areas are promptly cleaned after use.
Visit DABL Salon & Boutique at 1016 Burke Street with convenient, off-street parking. Call to make your appointment today at 336-.842-3040. They are your hometown salon with a high-end feel!
Learn more by visiting them here on Facebook. Need a gift? Purchase a one-size fits all DABL gift card by clicking here.
NGFS Virtual Coffee for 1st – 6th Grade Prospective Parents
Interested in learning more about New Garden Friends School? Join Head of School Kim Freedman, and Head of Lower School Carolyn Vallejos, as they share what makes a New Garden Friends School education unique. These sessions are intended for prospective parents. Parents/guardians will also have the opportunity to ask questions. Registration required.
Thursday, March 18, 9 a.m. – Grades 1-6
Visit NGFS.org to register!
The 21-22 school year will look different, and NGFS is prepared to support in-person and remote learners. Students in grades 1-6 benefit from a strong academic curriculum, supportive environment, and access to resources such as music, art, PE, and Spanish. Grab your coffee and join the Head of School and Head of Lower School for a virtual conversation about NGFS’s program, health protocols in place, and other details about what you can expect for the 21-22 school year.
Mount Shepherd Summer Camp
How many days will your child spend this year apart from video games, iPads and television? What if kids could spend a whole week away from electronics and be glad they did? Consider summer camp. Even before COVID-19, kids desperately needed sunshine, fresh air, play and real connections. But now, camp is more important than ever.
Mount Shepherd is a 543-acre camp nestled in the heart of North Carolina, offering adventures and connections for children ages 6-16. Mount Shepherd offers high-quality programs, including challenge courses and climbing walls, all at an affordable price.
Mount Shepherd is committed to creating a safe environment, following the best practices for public health and safety. Scholarships are also available to make the program possible for every kid! PLUS, use promocode TMOM2021 for $25 off registration. Visit mtshepherd.org today for more information and to register. Follow on Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date on the latest news about the camp.
* Today’s spotlight is sponsored by YMCA Camp Hanes, DABL Salon, New Garden Friends School, and Mount Shepherd Retreat Center.