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Here’s Why We Should be Teaching Kids About Money During the Pandemic

As parents, we hope to shelter our children from financial worries. But are we doing more harm than good?

Poe Center’s Popular Camp Goes Remote

Poe Center’s Popular Camp Goes Remote; Registration for Healthy Habits Camp-in-a-Kit is Open

Room We Love: A Mudroom in Myers Park

Designer Brooke Adler builds a mudroom with function and flair

A Trip to Hound's Drive-In Movie Theater in Kings Mountain

Stay safe and watch a movie from the comfort of your car.

9 Family-Friendly Summer Activities (That Are Still Possible) in the Triangle

From cool treats to backyard sporting

10 Family-Friendly Summer Activities in Charlotte (That Are Still Possible)

Fun dog days are still possible

Movie Night in the Age of Social Distancing

Take a quick trip to Henderson for old-fashioned fun

Kids Already Signed Up for Camp? Here's What You Need to Know

How prominent camps are handling this period

Here's What ‘Phase 2’ Means in North Carolina

Friday brings the next step in the governor’s plan to reopen the state

What the CDC Says About Swimming Pools and COVID-19

Pools have started opening again across the U.S., including South Carolina

Double down and spend Summer Break with Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Summer Break: Read, Learn, Explore program will run from June 1-August 8, 2020, boasting learning, reading and exploration activities for children and families.

Free K-5 Virtual Education Sampler Available to Triangle-Area Families During Coronavirus School Closures

Free K-5 Virtual Education Sampler Available to Triangle-Area Families During Coronavirus School Closures

Guide: Raising Body-Positive Kids

Our latest 'Growing Up' column

Triangle-Area Family Meal Roundup

Local restaurants offering family-style meals during COVID-19 shutdown

Family Meal Deals at Charlotte Restaurants

With options across the city

Cheerwine Festival Goes Virtual in Salisbury This Weekend

Headliners include The Sugarhill Gang, Tone Loc, Nathan Angelo, and ACE Party Band

CMS Details Plan for 2020 Graduation Ceremonies

Superintendent Earnest Winston announces prerecorded virtual graduations for students

Quarantine Fatigue? It’s OK. We All Feel It.

A note to parents really feeling it right now

Where to Find Take-Home Taco Kits in Charlotte

If the day ends in "y" its the perfect occasion for an in-home taco party!

Best Bets for Quarantine Burgers in the Triangle

You can still get your burger fix despite mandated service limits.

4 Triangle Restaurants Offering Mother’s Day Brunch or Dinner

Pick-up and delivery options

A Tale of Two Stone Mountains

Despite sharing a name, both Stone Mountains offer unique delights for families to enjoy.

GUIDE: CMS Adjusts Guidelines for Grading

A look at the changes and what they mean

Helping Children Prepare for the Arrival of a New Sibling

The latest 'Understanding Kids' column

5 Mother's Day Takeout Meals/Treats Across Charlotte

And don't forget dessert

8 Charlotte Gifts She’ll Actually Enjoy This Mother’s Day

There’s brunch, flowers, and homemade necklaces (and we love them!), but what Mom really needs this year is some self-care

Bringing Home Baby

One mother shares everything she wishes she’d known about those critical days after birth

Where to Find Free and Reduced Childcare for Essential Workers in Charlotte

The Truth About Food Labels

Deciphering the hype of health claims on food packaging

The Truth About Food Labels

Deciphering the hype of health claims on food packaging
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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.