See past the challenges to enjoy the possibilities
Concerts and shows headed to the Queen City next year
Make the most of the winter break. Head out to these special events, shows and places with your family.
Small changes can make a big difference
The latest 'Daddy Derek' column
J-Lo uses a fake resume to get a job at a prestigious cosmetics firm. There's some fun female camaraderie but you might be turned off by the movie's Hollywood values.
If you're not Christian, how do you help your children feel secure in their identity during the Christmas season?
Through the Happy Trails Christmas Tree Recycling Program, Wake County residents can have their Christmas trees recycled into mulch.
Make memories — not messes. Read tips from specialists and other moms on how they store and organize family photos.
As an added bonus, visitors involved with the North Carolina State Parks 100-Mile Challenge can add First Day Hikes mileage to their totals.
Find a fun place in the Triangle to ring in 2019 with the kids.
How people in different countries say goodbye to old Father Time and celebrate Baby New Year
This weekend in the Triangle, watch “The Polar Express” and learn about the winter solstice in Raleigh, enjoy storytime in Durham and more.
Celebrate Christmas with these caroling books from Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.
Listen to a story in Spanish and decorate cookies in Durham, play your own way in Raleigh, “nerd out” over flora and fauna in Morrisville and make treats for winter wildlife in New Hill.
The adoption process can be exciting and overwhelming, so being prepared can help to put you at ease.
A Rube Goldberg Machine accomplishes a simple task in the most complicated – and craziest – way possible.
Update: This event has been cancelled due to cloud cover.
Holiday-flavored components that add to the excitement at Great Wolf Lodge.
All children notice differences in others, it is what makes us each unique. Learn how to teach your child to accept and appreciate others' differences.
Enhance your child's executive functioning skills with holiday preparations.
Dec. 14-16: Family Fun Friday, Christmas at Bennett Place, Super Fun Saturday and a Polar Express Pajama Party
Check out Free Family Friday and attend a movie pajama party in Raleigh, learn how the holidays were celebrated during the Civil War in Durham, and create fun arts and crafts in Apex.
Explore a diverse range of camp options and enter to win prizes at this year's camp fair, which will take place Feb. 17, noon-4 p.m., at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel in Durham.
Ralph and Vanellope go online in search of a replacement part for a videogame. She thinks the internet is the perfect cure for boredom but Ralph can't wait to go home.
A collaborative neighborhood public art project displays crocheted snowflakes on Glenwood South trees for the month of December.
Build an epic gingerbread house, enjoy a museum night for special needs kids, learn about how animals prepare for winter and ride on a Santa Train.
Stay safe during the next winter storm by following key tips from the American Red Cross.
Wake County ending fees for most park activities
“ELF The Musical” at DPAC, which runs Dec 4-9, includes an autism-friendly performance on Dec. 8 at 10 a.m.