Kids & Family

Tales of a Trailing Spouse Brand-New to Chapel Hill

By Virginia Robinson | December 7, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]   Thirty-six hours after moving to Chapel Hill, I went to my first job interview. Pretty horribly sleep-deprived from both travel and caring for my daughters – Ellie, who was 4, and Clara Jay, who was 4 months – I sat at the end of the world’s longest […]

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Fall Fun With Your Family

By Chapel Hill Magazine | September 23, 2015

OUT AND ABOUT Take a scenic hike at Eno River State Park, which offers five access points throughout Durham and Orange counties and 28 miles of trails as well as camping sites, picnic areas and wildlife viewing. For UNC football fans of all ages, Tar Heel Town is the place to […]

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Interior Design for Your Child’s Growing Independence

By Sponsored Content | September 23, 2015

Recently our sister publication Durham Magazine hosted a live Facebook forum on Interior Design for Your Child’s Growing Independence with the Montessori Children’s House of Durham! They chat with Director of Outreach Lyn Dickinson about topics ranging from ideal outdoor set-ups for toddlers to storage solutions. Here’s the full transcript from the forum. Montessori Children’s […]

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Fairy Tale Fun

By Claire Sears | September 18, 2015

Indulge your inner child with a family-friendly mystical night of music, magic and craft-making at the North Carolina Botanical Garden’s Wonderfest on Saturday, Sept. 26. Fit right in among the garden’s verdant scenery with a magical costume (think pixies and princesses) and enjoy enchanted activities like building fairy and gnome […]

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What’s In Your Lunchbox?

By Teddy Diggs | September 4, 2015

Chef Teddy Diggs, executive chef at Il Palio restaurant in Chapel Hill, may be a nationally acclaimed chef, but he pulls parent duty just like the rest of us! With school starting again, he likes to keep lunches simple, fun and interactive for his two girls. No need to have formal training from […]

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Bike Loud

By Peter Rathmell | July 6, 2015

How do you bike across the country raising money for cancer? For starters, you have to be loud and be proud. In mid-June, seven local boy scouts, along with six leaders, from Troop 845 kicked off on a transcontinental bike ride. Starting with their tires in the Oregon Pacific, the crew is […]

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Strength in Numbers

By Jessie Ammons | June 12, 2015

You might have seen them: A troup of moms pushing jogging strollers through Southern Village or Briar Chapel, music thumping. Before too long, they stop along a jogging path or green space and whip out exercise bands for a few strengthening moves. Then, it’s back to the pavement, off and running to the […]

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