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One Student's Decision to Participate in National Walkout

Mom proud of son for making a decision that felt right to him.

Why Thank You Notes Are Still Important

Tips for teaching children the value of handwritten thank-you notes for gifts and special occasions.

Enter to Win Tickets to the 2018 Southern Women's Show in Raleigh - Round 2 Giveaway

Vern Yip of "Trading Spaces" headlines this year's show, which features three days of shopping, entertainment, food and fun.

Fun Things to Do in the Triangle This Week, March 19-22

Learn about ground-dwelling creatures, explore park wildlife, hear a story, make crafts and take a hike.

Family Travel Tips for a Stress-Free Vacation

Watch: Charlotte Parent Editor Michele Huggins shares travel tips on Charlotte Today.

4 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Raleigh

A parade and festival, a treasure hunt for gold and more.

Get Free Books by Attending Active Reading Workshop

Attend an Active Reading Workshop to learn the ABC's of active reading and take home four free picture books.

Fun Things to Do in the Triangle this Weekend, March 16-18

Enjoy a live performance, learn about local plants and animals, find out about special habitats and have a blast at a Pokémon Spring Carnival.

Two Charlotte Students Named Winners in North Carolina Zoo Poster Contest

Last fall, the zoo offered interested kindergarten to 12th-grade students an opportunity to take part in a poster contest to raise awareness of endangered species.

Supporting Children with Spasticity

Spasticity impacts a surprising number of children. Learn how to support someone who has it.

Get to Know Dina Carey

The owner of Milkful creates snacks to help new moms with unexpected challenges of breast-feeding.

Protecting Your Daughter Against Sexual Abuse: Knowledge is Power

Understand the external and internal factors that could make a your daughter vulnerable to a sexual predator.

The Truth About Violent Video Games and Child Development

What parents need to know about the effects of violent video games on kids.

Fun Things to Do in the Triangle March 12-15

Learn about camouflage in nature, practice origami, try out your improv skills and explore art.

Adjusting Sleep Schedules for Daylight Savings Time

Don’t lose sleep over springing forward with these tips from a sleep consultant on how to help children transition.

Enter to Win Tickets to See 'Maks, Val & Peta Live On Tour' at DPAC

See these 'Dancing With the Stars' dancers perform March 22.

Middle-School Students Learn to Advocate Through Extensions Program

Peer-buddy programs may seem like a one-way experience, but there's often an explosion of life lessons and strong connections.

Fun Things to Do in the Triangle This Weekend, March 9-11

Learn about wood ducks, get a geocaching primer, make chainmaille jewelry and find out what a vernal equinox.

Read Charlotte Launches ‘Commit to 80’

The community is being asked to pledge commitment March 7-21 and ultimately get involved throughout the year.

Museum of Life and Science Opens Parking Deck

The new structure will provide an additional 362 spaces.

NC State-Owned Attractions Rank Among the Most Visited in 2017

Carolina Publishing and Associates releases list of most visited attractions in the state.

Join North Carolina State Parks' 100-Mile Challenge

Program highlights state's waterways and nearly 1,500 miles of hiking trails across the state.

Enjoy Free Admission to Reptile and Amphibian Day

Come face-to-face with reptiles and amphibians at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences March 17.

Charlotte Parent Brings Home Gold at National Awards Competition

Charlotte Parent magazine wins gold and silver awards in Parenting Media Association's annual editorial and design competition.

How to Help Your Teen Get Organized

Finding middle ground between the teen's way and parents' way.

Planning for a Smooth(er) Family Vacation

Real-life advice from some Charlotte locals on traveling with kids.

Carolina Parent Strikes Gold at 2018 Parenting Media Awards Ceremony

Triangle parenting magazine takes home two golds, two silvers and a bronze.

Demolition to Make Way for New Projects at Marbles

Color Pop Corner will be a public plaza with a mural, colorful concrete grid and urban plantings.

Camp Cedar Cliff to Host Week of Joy

The week-long camp focuses on kids whose lives have been touched by cancer.

The Tide Pod Challenge: This is Actually an Issue

This 2018 trend has resulted in skyrocketing calls to the American Association of Poison Control Centers.
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