By TMoM Team Member Rachel Hoeing
It’s a December to Remember! So many fun things to do, experiences to be had, places to shop and sights to be seen. Join in the fun!
~ Holiday Champagne Breakfast at Kim Taylor & Co
~ Special Gift Ideas from Brenner Children’s Hospital
~ Heartstrings Holiday Remembrance Tree
~ Piedmont Winterfest
Read more about each of these below …
Holiday Champagne Breakfast At Kim Taylor & Co
Friday, December 12
9 to 11:30 am
Let Kim Taylor & Company help you check items off your Christmas list! They have a little something for everyone, including the guys in your life and the little ones! From personalized gifts, jewelry, fashion, wine glasses, sweet treats, door decorations and more, you’re bound to find the perfect gift by popping in during regular store hours, or at one of their upcoming events. They’ll have fabulous giveaways at each event, too. Check them out on Facebook for photos of new products. Located next to Midtown Dessertery in the Stratford Village Shopping Center in Winston-Salem.
Special Gifts from Brenner
Brenner Children’s Hospital has two great ways to support area children and spread holiday cheer. The 2014 holiday card is a holiday poinsettia painted by John Furches. The “Holiday Poinsettia” set includes 10 cards/envelopes to a pack for $10. The inside message: Wishing you all the Joys of the Holiday Season. You can pair this lovely card with the “Winston-Salem from A to Z”. The book , a beautiful and fun keepsake for all ages, is an original story that incorporates the city’s historical figures, landmarks and characteristics—one item for each letter of the alphabet. The book’s colorful illustrations were created by Brenner Children’s Hospital patients, and the book’s author is a local student. Click here to learn more about ways to support Brenner children’s Hospital.
Heartstrings Holiday Remembrance Tree
Sponsored by Ward Black Law and in collaboration with Triad Moms on Main and the Greensboro Cultural Center, Heartstrings will host a Holiday Remembrance Tree during the month of December. The Remembrance Tree will give Triad families an opportunity to remember a loved one or to honor past holiday traditions by contributing an ornament. Individuals and organizations are invited to contribute an ornament of their choice or a personalized dove ornament may be provided by Heartstrings. There will be a kick-off tree decorating ceremony on Monday, December 8th at 6pm in the Greensboro Cultural Center Atrium (200 N. Davie Street). The tree will be displayed on Dec. 1st and ornaments will be added throughout the month. Get more details and contribute your ornament here.
Greensboro’s favorite holiday tradition is back for another season! The outdoor ice skating rink is open and hot chocolate is ready! Plan to visit this attraction at 106 Barnhardt St. (2 blocks from Natty Greene’s on South Elm St.) from now until January 31, 2015. Kids ages 2-5: $6, kids ages 6-12: $8, Regular Price (13+): $10 / person. Price includes equipment rental. No checks are accepted. Skate times are Monday-Thursday: 4-9 pm, Fridays: 4-10 pm, Saturdays & School Holidays: (Dec. 22-Jan. 5) 11 am-10 pm, Sundays: 12-7 pm. Visit the website here for further details and the full schedule.
Today’s Spotlight is sponsored by Kim Taylor & Co and Brenner.