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Movie Review: 'Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation'

Sparks fly on a cruise to the Lost City of Atlantis when Dracula falls in love with the ship’s captain and discovers her sinister scheme to wipe out all monsters.

July 13-15 in the Triangle: a Dive-In Movie, Landfill Tour, SunFest and More

This weekend, catch a wave and a movie in Durham, tour a local landfill in southwest Wake County, enjoy SunFest in Raleigh and more.

Lessons from Losing a Child

Whether your child is critically ill or you know someone who is facing the loss of a child, read this important message.

Raleigh Union Station Now Open

New hub accommodates four daily round-trip passenger trains that will serve more than 160,000 passengers.

Explore the Color Maze at the Greensboro Science Center

The exhibit features hands-on stations with optical illusions, shadow puppets, prisms, orbs and more.

Movie Review: 'Ant-Man and the Wasp'

Ben and Hope transform into superheroes known as "Ant-Man and the Wasp" in order to rescue Hope's mom, who is trapped in the subatomic quantum realm.

How Your Kids Can Make a Difference in Cats' Lives

From craft projects to reading to cats, here's how you can help.

July 9-12: Enjoy a Teddy Bear Picnic, Draw Zentangles, Make Ice Cream and More

From a teddy bear picnic to the science of ice cream, here are a few fun ways to send time with your kids this week.

A Charlotte Bucket List For Kids

10 things to do in Charlotte before the kids turn 10.

July 6-8: Animal Signs, Hummingbird Banding, a Puppet Show and a Comedy/Magic Show

Put summer fun on the agenda! Here are ways to spend time with your kids this weekend.

Day 43 — Final Thank You

For my final act of kindness I wanted to recognize the person who made it possible for my to share this journey with you.

Day 42 — Project Linus

Having a favorite blanket can create a calming effect. A special blanket to cover you, keep you warm and provide comfort can make a big difference for a child.

Day 41 — Sharing Coupons

This weekend I cut out every single coupon from the Sunday paper, even the items I had no interest in buying.

Day 40 — School Supply Drive With the Carolina Hurricanes

The Carolina Hurricanes hosted a school supply drive that benefits Junior Achievement of Eastern North Carolina and El Centro Hispano.

Day 39 — Give Someone a Free Lunch Using Rewards Points

Imagine how much good we could do if we all used our email offers and coupons to help others.

Choose Your Summer Adventure

Kids need a chance to get creative and make their own outdoor summer fun.

Raleigh's Secret Sunflower Fields Move to Dorothea Dix Park

The City of Raleigh's Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources department will host SunFest 2018 on Saturday, July 14, 2-7 p.m. to celebrate the blooms.

July 2-5: Independence Day Festivities, Teen Cooking Competition, Toddler Pond Fun, Origami Basics and More

Find a variety of fun things to do with your kids the week of July 2-5.

Day 38 — Donors Choose

Donors can choose a project and donate money to help the teachers get the supplies they need.

Get to Know: Mandy Drakeford

Drakeford is the senior vice president of development at The Levine Museum of the New South.

Day 37 — Homemade Cookies

I’m a fan of anything you do that requires the added gift of your time. Today’s act of kindness is baking cookies and giving them away.

'A Chance to Dance a Mile' in My Shoes

A Chance to Dance allows differently-abled children and young-adult volunteers to "dance a mile" in each other's shoes as they optimize their interactions with the world.

Day 36 — Goodwill Industries International

I’m happy to report that we have filled five bags of donations, from our kitchen alone, that are now headed to the local Goodwill branch for today’s act of kindness.

Take a Ride on the LYNX Blue Line Extension

Make a day of exploring the newest stops on the Lynx Blue Line extension.

June 29-July 1: Tie-Dye a Shirt, Explore NC’s Nature, See a Movie in the Park and Learn How to Attract Pollinators

Tie-dye a shirt in Chapel Hill, learn about North Carolina's natural treasures in Raleigh, see “The Lion King” in Wake Forest and learn about pollinators in Raleigh.

Day 35 — Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

I recently found out that a member of my extended family, who is the exact same age as me, was diagnosed with leukemia.

Day 34 — Pay for the Car Behind You

Suddenly, a car pulled up behind us. I don’t know who got more excited, me or my son. We were finally going to make this one happen!

Day 33 — The Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina Kids Day

Today I took my son to volunteer at the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. It was amazing to watch all these little hands get to work.

Day 32 — One Simple Wish

For today’s act of kindness, I wanted to do something to help the children within the foster care system who have also been separated from their parents.

June 25-28: Yarn Dyeing With Kool-Aid, a Walk Through the Seasons, Reptile Encounter and Summer Storytime

This week in the Triangle, dye yarn, hike, get up close with reptiles and learn about agriculture.
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Annual Guides

Education Guide

The all-new 2015-2016 Education Guide is packed with everything parents need to know to navigate more than 500 education options and resources in the Triad, including area preschools, private schools, public school systems, charter schools, boarding schools and academic resources.

GPS [Go. Play. See]

It's your complete family guide to Triad living. Parents are busy and on the go. Use this guide to help you explore all this great area offers for families in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point and surrounding communities.

Exceptional Child

For parents of kids with special needs, finding help and support can be challenging. We've compiled valuable resources for Triad parents in our latest annual publication, Exceptional Child, which is also available as a digital guide.