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Exhibitions to See in Charlotte This Month

Selections from Discovery Place, Mint Museum, and other venues across the city

Reimagined 'Moneypalooza' Exhibit Opens at Marbles Kids Museum April 12

A refreshed, pretend pet care exhibit helps children learn how to develop healthy money management habits through play.

Best Bets for Where to Pick Strawberries in Charlotte

Check out these pick-your-own farms that offer sweet strawberries and farm fun for the kids.

Easter Brunches and Dinners Around Charlotte: 2019

Five spots with special offerings for Easter dining.

How Safe are Trampolines for Children?

When does the risk of trampoline play outweigh the reward of fun outdoor exercise?

Hamilton to Return to Charlotte

Where to Pick Strawberries in the Triangle

Find a farm close to home where you can pick your own strawberries.

Outdoor Movies and Concerts in Charlotte

Grab your big blankets and comfortable lawn chairs for a night under the stars.

Best Bets for Spring Break Adventure in and around Charlotte

Spring break is the perfect time to explore all Charlotte has to offer.

Posture Problems in the Device Era: What to Know

A physical therapist weighs in

An Idea to Sleep On

On hosting a sleepover for your kids

Wegmans Raleigh Announces Opening Date: Sept. 29, 2019

The first location in North Carolina now hiring and training for 325 part-time positions.

Enter to Win 4 Tickets to the Blancpain GT World Challenge April 26-28

Spend a weekend watching Ferraris, Porsches, Bentleys and other fast GTs race at Virginia International Raceway in Danville, Virginia.

Understanding Sensory Processing Disorder

Alternative therapy and activities that help satiate sensory needs.

Movie Review: 'Dumbo'

A rundown circus attracts sell-out crowds with Dumbo the flying elephant. The plot is almost the same as the 1941 cartoon, but this mature and edgy film has no talking animals.

Journey to India at Bollywood Dance Drama

More than 150 local dancers take the stage to perform the dance drama about the magical bond of sisters.

Get to Know: Artist Tim Parati

A scenic artist, set designer and actor for Children’s Theatre of Charlotte

Summer Programs for Triangle Kids With ADHD

Both day and overnight options

How Music Improves Learning for Special Needs Kids

And which resources are available in the region

Movie Review: 'Wonderpark'

A spunky little girl uses love and light to save her beloved amusement park from being taken over by chimpanzombies.

Trade Virtual Time for the Real Game

Read about why real sports are better than digital ones

Editor's Note (April 2019): Time to Give Something New a Try

A Guide to Co-Parenting in the Digital Age

What happens when divorced parents don’t agree on technology use?

Spring & Summer Fashion Preview: 2019

Bring on the sun, flowers and big, bold accessories

Style: Celebrate Lilly Pulitzer With Spring Items

See a variety of looks

6 Breathing Techniques for Relieving Stress

Scientific American offers remedies for daily anxiety

Teens and Misperceptions About Weight

Insights from a recent Ball State University study

Adult Onset Allergies on the Rise

See the numbers of U.S. adults with food-specific, adult-onset allergies.

More Parents are Reading Aloud to Children of All Ages

Research comes from Scholastic

Durham Bowls Recipes Debuting in DPS Cafeterias

See which dishes made their way into schools
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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.