Pull out your calendars and write down the dates in our Sunday Spotlight features below! We’ve got a visit to Greensboro Day School that you will not want to miss, as well as a Summer Camp Expo and theater performances!

Keep reading for the following features:
– Greensboro Day School’s “Be A Bengal for a Day”
– Forsyth Family’s Summer Camp Expo
– The North Carolina Theatre for Young People’s Upcoming Performances

Looking for a School That Really Makes a Difference?

At Greensboro Day School, school is not a requirement, it’s an opportunity. GDS has a proven record of graduating students who are not only well-educated, but who carry with them the school’s core values of friendship, scholarship and sportsmanship. The Lower School builds a foundation to support a lifetime of learning. The Middle School is a safe place for students to grow in independence, and in the Upper School, students become creative thinkers who are concerned for others and globally aware. In every grade, teachers are committed to using a variety of instructional methods to meet each student’s learning needs. Spend a half-day with us and experience the things that make GDS different… boundless opportunities, phenomenal resources, outstanding experiences — they’re here for the taking at Greensboro Day School. Our next “Be a Bengal for a Day” is March 7, 2014. More information and registration at www.greensboroday.org/visit.

Forsyth Family Magazine’s Summer Camp Expo

Forsyth Family is kicking off the Summer Camp Season with the 2nd Annual Summer Camp Expo on March 9th at the BB&T Ballpark!  This event is sponsored by the YMCA and is free for families (see their Facebook page for full details!). Last year, 150 families came to the ballpark to meet over 30 local and regional camp programs. It was a great afternoon of fun for everyone, and they are looking forward to another successful event! Summer camp programs begin filling up early, and this is the time to start budgeting and planning for ways to keep the kids entertained during their summer break. Whether you’re looking for a variety of day camp options or you’re interested in an overnight camp, the Forsyth Family Summer Camp Expo will offer a variety of great programs to offer summer fun and benefits for kids.

On Stage from NCTYP: Frog & Toad and The Ugly Ducking

The North Carolina Theatre for Young People (NCTYP) at UNCG regularly produces exciting stage work for community children & families.
March 18 & 19; 21 & 22|A Year with Frog and Toad: TYA. This whimsical show follows two great friends–the cheerful popular Frog and he rather grumpy Toad—through four fun-filled seasons. 9:30 am on March 19; 12 noon on March 18 & 19; 7:30 pm on March 21; and 2 pm on March 22. Tickets range from $7-$15.
March 20-24 | The Ugly Duckling. A young misfit “duck” faces many challenges and struggles, but she endures all hardships and turns into a beautiful, confident “swan”. With messages of anti-bullying and non-conformity, this production utilizes amazing screen and media technology and human puppetry in its storytelling. Ages 6+. All tickets $7-$15.
336-334-4392 | Taylor Theatre| 406 Tate Street
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/412657 (Frog and Toad)
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/412666 (The Ugly Duckling)

*Sunday Spotlight Sponsored by: Greensboro D