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Day 31 — Yelp! Reviews

More and more often, I find myself headed to the internet, and ultimately to Yelp!, to learn about a business.

A Clarification of Carolina Parent's Role in the Triangle

Our mission is to provide objective and balanced coverage of information relevant to Triangle parents.

Day 30 — FARE: Food Allergy Research and Education

FARE’s mission is to improve the quality of life and the health of individuals with food allergies, and to provide them hope through the promise of new treatments.

Four Books to Celebrate ImagiCon 2018 at ImaginOn Library

Learn more about the workshops, panels, presenters, and artists coming to Imagi-Con 2018 at ImaginOn Library.

Carolina Parent Connects You to Your Community

Connect to your community and local events via new features on our website and in our e-newsletters.

June 22-24: Firefly Catch and Release, Movie in the Park, Purple Martin Banding and International SUNday

The summer solstice is this week. Learn about the sun at a fun event at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.

Day 29 — DoTopia’s 31 Days of Giving and Kidzu Children’s Museum

DoTopia is a a giving platform that empowers individuals to measure, manage and multiply their giving with their own free giving account.

3 Tips for Staying Close as Kids Hit Adolescence

Yes, you can keep the bond strong with your middle-schooler.

‘Savage’ Focus and a Little Bonding Besides

WCCB News Rising host Derek James and his son share their first Savage Race experience together.

Day 28 — The World Needs More Love Letters

It is a simple and beautiful concept. People request letters for friends and family they care about who are going through a difficult time in their life.

Case of Measles Confirmed in Wake County

People may have been exposed to measles at these locations, dates and times.

Harris Teeter to Acquire Eight Kroger Locations in Raleigh-Durham

The transaction will be complete in August.

Day 27 — Gumball Machines

I like to imagine what it would feel like to be a kid and walk into the mall to see the gumball machines primed and ready for you to choose something.

Understanding Impulsive Behavior

Effective strategies to help address your child's impulsivity.

Day 26 — The Shopping Cart

Earlier in the morning, as I walked into the grocery store, I noticed there were no carts inside the doors.

Day 25 — The Scrap Exchange

I’m glad The Scrap Exchange is here to collect unwanted, but still usable, items and find them new homes.

Enter to Win 'LEGO Disney Pixar The Incredibles' Game for PlayStation 4

The game is available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PCs June 15, the same day "Incredibles 2" opens in theaters nationwide.

5 Foods Women Should Eat Before Becoming Pregnant

A woman’s body goes through a lot of changes during pregnancy. Some foods can support her overall health and energy balance.

Microsoft Offers Free YouthSpark Summer Camps for Kids Ages 6 and Older

Camps cover Minecraft coding, 3D movie-making, resume/LinkedIn account creation, fundraising for charitable causes and more.

Free Summer Apple Camps Available for Kids Ages 8-12

Camps focus on coding, robotics, movie-making and musical storytelling. Registration opens June 18.

Day 24 — Higher Orbits

The Higher Orbits mission is to connect students with space leaders, astronauts and scientists through leadership and team-building programs.

Movie Review: 'Incredibles 2'

The Parr family is back, with Mom/Elastigirl battling the villainous Screen Slaver while her hubby Mr. Incredible becomes a stay-at-home dad.

June 18-21: Go Fishing, Learn Aerial Silks, Meet Armored Animals and Dig in the Dirt

This week go fishing, learn aerial silks, hear stories about armored animals and learn about gardening.

Program to Offer Free Meals to Kids in Wake County This Summer

The Summer Food Service Program provides nutritious meals, fun activities at participating sites throughout Wake County.

Day 23 — Popsicles

I arrived at camp armed with a selection of frozen treats. When the children discovered why I was there I realized just how much of a good idea this was.

Day 22 — Graduation Celebration and the Half Way Point

A friend wanted to decorate the room with pictures and memorabilia from her graduating son's life but didn’t have time to do it. That’s where I came in.

June 15-17: Enjoy a Barbecue Festival, Herb Tutorial, SpringFest and the NC Juneteenth Celebration

Enjoy Peak City Pig Fest in Apex, learn about herbs in Raleigh, attend SpringFest in Morrisville and celebrate Juneteenth in Durham.

You Are Not Alone: Navigating the Special Needs Community

It takes a village takes on new meaning when you have a child with special needs, but you are not alone.

The Goddard Schools Donate 46,500 Diapers and Wipes to Diaper Train

Initially, the schools set out to raise 10,000 diapers and wipes, but they overwhelmingly exceeded their goal.

Overcome Summer Screen-Time Battles

5 ideas to make summer memories without the glow of a screen.
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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.