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5 Tough Questions to Ask Prospective Colleges

What to ask at fairs, interviews, and info sessions

Social Media Advice for Parents: Huddle — Don’t Helicopter

When it comes to teens and technology, take a conversational approach

Safe at Home: Weighing If It's Time for Sleepovers

The latest 'Father Figuring' column

Helping Kids Develop a Capacity to Wait

Why it's getting more difficult and what you can do

Go on a Mural Scavenger Hunt in Charlotte

Charlotte’s Gold District wall murals tell stories of the past and present, with a nod to the future

Enter to Win 4 Tickets to Marbles' Family Heart Hop Feb. 9

From the Foxtrot to the Floss, dance the night away in your festive best at this family Valentine's party.

Advice: Guiding Children Toward Independence

Tips for the different stages of development

Inside the Magic of Family Camps

Tune out the rest of the world and tune in to what really matters

How Summer Camp Helps Your Child Become a Leader

These regional camps offer examples

Advice on Tracking Your Teens

When — and how — parents should do it

Is Your Daughter Ready to Wear Makeup?

Tips for determining when you’ll know, and how she can start

Why Teens Hesitate to Drive

Busy lives and licensing requirements are among the reasons teens wait to get behind the wheel

3 Days at Carolina Beach

Plan an off-season visit to this iconic North Carolina town

Enter to Win Bumbleberry Farm Honey Products

The company's Heritage Honey Cream Spreads come in innovative flavors.

February 2019: Our Picks for Fun Family Outings

Cirque du Soleil, Triangle Russian Festival, and more

Movie Review: 'Stan and Ollie'

A story of friendship and perseverance between Stan Laurel and Ollie Hardy, legendary comedians of the late 1930's.

Groundhog Day Events in Raleigh and Garner

Saturday, Feb. 2, is Groundhog Day, when our local weather prognosticators — Sir Walter Wally of Raleigh and Snerd of Garner — make their predictions.

2019 Black History Month Celebrations in the Triangle

Find out where to celebrate African American history and culture during February.

Teaching Children About Community Helpers

What do mail carriers do? How about garbage collectors? Teaching children about community helpers is made easy through this book list from Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.

Digital Trends for Teens in 2019

Apps and trends to look for, plus the lowdown on recognizing a vault app.

4 Kid-Friendly Breweries in Charlotte

Charlotte-area breweries that offer kid-friendly amenities.

Jan. 18-20: Squirrel Appreciation, Celebrating MLK Jr., Finally Friday, Nature Play Day and Renaissance Music

Here are some fun ideas for how to spend the weekend with your kids.

Medicine Cabinet Makeover

Homeopathic remedies to have handy in the new year.

E-cigarettes and Teenagers: A Growing Epidemic

In 2018, one in five high school students reported using e-cigarettes in the last month. What can a parent do?

Movie Review: 'Mary Poppins Returns'

A family in crisis is rescued by a mysterious nanny who expects nothing in return.

Enter to Win a Collection of Ravensburger Puzzles

Themes include 3D Volkswagon T1 Campervan, 4-Wheeling, Villa Bella Vista and Disney Pixar Movie Reel.

Jan. 14-17: Gross Animals, Winter Fun Through History, Geology Lab and Nature Explorers

Learn about gross animals, find out how about winter fun throughout history, discover the properties of different kinds of rocks and explore local nature.

Jan. 11-13: Jan. 11-13: Attend Museum Community Day, Search for Animals in Art and More

Durham residents get free Museum of Life and Science admission, the North Carolina Museum of Art hosts a search for animals and more.

Gigi's Playhouse: A Place to Belong

Gigi's Playhouse provides free services to individuals with Down syndrome, and encourages partnerships with businesses, schools, faith organizations.

Jan. 7-10: Confetti Bowls, Nature Exploration, Duck Tales and What’s in the Box?

Make confetti bowls, explore West Point on the Eno, learn all about ducks and investigate seasons and nature in art.
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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.