Family-friendly activities abound at this outdoor annual community event.
New park to be dedicated in downtown Greensboro.
A practical list of ideas to keep your special child busy until school starts.
From free movies to African wildlife adventures, there are lots of unique events for Triad families on our calendar.
Free admission extended to North Carolina K-12 educators every weekend during August.
Twin City Stage's Costume and Scene Shop Sale set for Aug. 6.
From trading cards and cartoons to augmented reality games, my kids have grown up with Pokémon.
Celebrate with Old Salem by enjoying free admission and special events during this day-long event.
We have a long list of family-friendly activities for you to use to plan a great weekend.
Visit on A.C. Moore on Wednesday afternoons for kid-friendly craft workshops.
The exhibit offers visitors a sneak peek at dinosaurs that will eventually roam through the center's zoo featuring full-bodied replicas of prehistoric predators such as Tyrannosaurs Rex, Allosaurus and Spinosaurus.
The National Folk Festival is celebrating the second year of its three-year residency in downtown Greensboro.
As a parent, your role is to encourage and shield your child from burnout, which can be done by watching behavior.
Pokémon GO is a hit with tweens, teens and parents worldwide.
From special events to kids' theater productions, there is plenty of fun awaiting Triad families at the end of the week.
5 reasons why you should take the family outside, unplug for a little while and enjoy our beautiful state; plus tips to make the outing a success.
A generous Reynolds American Foundation Grant will keep TCS performances in front of students during the 2016-17 season.
Whether you want to head out to a local art venue or get crafty at home, we have fun ideas for expending some creative energy.
We're always looking for ways to make fitness fun, and CTG is doing just that in July.
An overview of family camping and family-friendly campgrounds in the state.
Summer is a great time to explore your creativity with area weekend events.
Go behind the scenes this summer at Greensboro Science Center.
A food drive in High Point will benefit local children who need food when school is not in session.
Whether you book a tour or just visit for the ice cream, a day trip to this farm makes for a fun summer day trip.
With his second novel about to be released, Asheville author Robert Beatty talks to Piedmont Parent about "Serafina and the Twisted Staff."
8 Triad-area July 4 celebrations — including fireworks displays — that are family friendly and easy on the wallet.
Author Robert Beatty will sign copies and meet with fans on July 21 at 6 p.m. Barnes & Noble at Friendly Center in Greensboro.
A new adult class at the Edible Schoolyard at the Greensboro Children’s Museum will offer a hands-on opportunity to make delicious jams, chutneys, pickled vegetables and more.
The party will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. on July 31, complete with cake, dancing and plenty of other fun activities, including the release of the eighth book in the series.
Families can spend the day swimming, fishing, paddling, canoeing, hiking, biking, rock climbing and exploring beautiful waterfalls.