We are thrilled to introduce a new series of blogs on TMoM! The Sunday Spotlight will be a compilation of events, products and/or businesses in the Triad that are sure to be added to your personal “To Do” list. Each week we will feature a maximum of six listings. When we begin new giveaways on ourGiveaway Page, these will be included as well, so keep an eye out each week for opportunities to WIN!
Our hope it that these Sunday Spotlights will be something our readers look forward to each week and will give each of you the opportunity to find out about the latest happenings in the Triad and support local businesses.
This week we feature news and events from:
Greensboro Montessori’s Open House
Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem
Greensboro Children’s Museum
Forsyth Family magazine’s Kid’s Morning Out
TMoM $1000 Holiday Giveaway + Winner from Little Blank Canvas Giveaway
Greensboro Montessori School Open House
NBA superstar, Steven Curry said Montessori, “gave me a lot of confidence at a young age.” Google Founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page say in Montessori they were “being self-motivated, questioning what’s going on in the world, doing things a little bit differently,” and they attribute their success to that way of learning.
The educational foundation that children receive in the Primary, Elementary and Middle grades creates learning habits for a lifetime. At Greensboro Montessori School students learn to plan their workload including determining the time necessary to complete tasks. They develop methods of organization and complete multi-step processes within an allotted amount of time. Children work at their own pace within a structure providing accountability to their learning process.
The Greensboro Montessori School provides a dynamic learning environment for children from 18 months through the 8th grade. Mark your calendar for Open House on Sunday, January 12 from 1 pm – 3pm.
Events at the Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem
Make the most of this holiday season by adding these exciting, festive events to your calendar:
– Breakfast with Santa
Saturday, December 7 from 8 am -10 am
– Supper with Santa
Friday, December 13 from 5:30-7:30 pm.
– Elf Tea Party
Saturday, December 21st from 10:30am – Noon
Other exciting events:
~ Autism Services Awareness Night
Thursday, December 5th from 6 pm – 8 pm. In partnership with the North Carolina Autism Society – Forsyth County Chapter, meet local autism resources and service providers, play in the museum, enjoy free refreshments and meet the Demon Deacon. Individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and one parent/guardian admitted free. Additional family members are $5/person ($10 max/family). Click here for more details.
~ American Girl Fans
Tickets go on sale soon for our American Girl Fashion Shows, April 11-13 at the Embassy Suites in Winston-Salem. Be the first to know – register to receive an email alert by clicking here.
Get the Museum’s December full calendar of events here.
What’s In Store at Wright Choices
All things fabulous, dah-ling! Wright Choices is a lifestyle boutique beyond your imagination, and it’s located inside the historic Millis Square on Main Street in High Point. It’s open M-F 10-6, Sat. 10-5 and anytime online.
~ Beautiful clothing by Trina Turk, Indigenous, Stacy Chang, Tizzie, Lilla P., Lesley Evers, and Elaine Turner-just to name a few.
~ A children’s room with something for all the little ones on your list. Blabla, Daisy Baby, Swankie Blankie, Melissa & Doug, Zutano and so much more.
~ Custom stationery. Beautiful notecards, journals, playing cards, bridge tallies, gift books, etc. for the paper enthusiast.
~ Jewelry, handbags, scarves, shoes, pajamas, and gifts for the home. Even something for the furry family members.
~ Customer service and gorgeous packaging combine to make this your go to shop for all things fabulous.
Polar Express Day at Greensboro Children’s Museum
One of the best holiday events in town is Polar Express Day at the Greensboro Children’s Museum on Saturday, December 7th from 3 pm-6 pm!
After the downtown Greensboro holiday parade, head over to the Greensboro Children’s Museum where you can visit with Santa, sip hot cocoa provided by Krispy Kreme and gourmet coffee provided by Cafégency, sing along with carolers, enjoy train rides out in the Edible Schoolyard and more! There is a 100% chance it will be snowing at Polar Express Day, so get comfy in your pajamas and join the Greensboro Children’s Museum in some holiday merriment! Buy tickets online NOWhttp://www.eventsbot.com/events/eb514979029 or at the door. $6 for GCM Members and $8 for Non-Members.
GCM will open at 3 pm after the Greensboro holiday parade to start the Polar Express Day festivities! Go to www.gcmuseum.com for a listing of all of the Greensboro Children’s Museum’s Holiday Happenings this season!
Forsyth Family Magazine’s Kid’s Morning Out
Forsyth Family magazine has teamed up with Lowes Foods to present Local Social: A Kid’s (and Parents’) Morning Out on Wednesday, December 4 from 10 am to Noon at Lowes Foods on Lewisville-Clemmons Road.
Families who attend will be among the first to experience Lowes’ newly renovated store. Plus, local food samples and demonstrations, cooking-making fun with Mrs. Hanes, activities for kids, door prizes and photos with Santa!
This is event is FREE for parents and their children. See you there!
TMoM’s Latest Giveaway and Winner!
It’s that magical time of year again for TMoM readers and fans! We’re thrilled to announce that we just published a new giveaway on our site. One very lucky reader will have the chance to win $1,000 in products or services from a variety of Triad businesses! These businesses include Meg Brown Home Furnishings, Ace Hardware – Cloverdale andNorth Greensboro locations, HangUps, Balance Day Spa, Village Tavern, Simon Jewelers, Thirty-One Gifts, Mainstream Boutique, Lowes Foods, and Keurig! Click HEREto go directly to our Giveaway page to register. Good luck!
We also picked a winner from our last giveaway with Little Blank Canvas. Shannon Callahan is the lucky reader who won a mixed media arts session plus an art project in a box – all valued at more than $100. Many thanks to our friends at Little Blank Canvas for offering this prize, and congrats to Shannon!
Sponsored by Greensboro Montessori’s Open House, Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem, Wright Choices, Greensboro Children’s Museum, and Forsyth Family magazine