Kids & Family

Marcus Ginyard's Chapel Hill Community Day

Former UNC basketball player sponsors an annual basketball clinic for local kids

By Hannah Lee | January 20, 2020

Marcus Ginyard hosts nearly 100 local girls and boys for his two-day camp every July

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Rolling Hills Stables Empowers Students to Find Their Voices

By Julia Baker | June 20, 2019

Riders find an outlet and a sense of community at the Chapel Hill farm.

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Transitioning to College: A Professional Organizer’s Perspective

By Julia Baker | June 12, 2019

The Neat Freak shares her best college tips

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Child’s Play: A Day at the Museum

By Chapel Hill Magazine | February 20, 2019
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Kids in the Kitchen

By Hannah Lee | January 22, 2019

Many adults might not know what pizzelle (traditional Italian waffle cookies) are let alone know how to make them. But Thomas McMurray, 10, does. And a big reason why is because of Southern Season’s cooking classes. On some Saturday mornings, the large specialty grocery store offers courses that give kids […]

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Saved by the Barbell

By Hannah Lee | January 9, 2019

CrossFit is known to be a rigorous workout, and some of the fittest athletes compete in the sport. But teens, like Caitlin McCarthy, 13, are proving that this style of exercise can be for everyone. Walk into CrossFit Local on a Monday evening, and you’ll likely find the Smith Middle […]

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What We Love About Living in the Meadowmont Neighborhood

By Chapel Hill Magazine | June 4, 2018

  Residents find everything they need without leaving this 20-year-old development by David Klein | Photography by Briana Brough   Boundaries Burning Tree Drive to the west; Little Creek to the north and east; Raleigh Road/NC 54 to the south Population 1,254 total homes, apartments and The Cedars dwellings Home styles […]

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Carrboro Elementary’s Rita Crain Sheds Light on the Complex Role of a School Nurse

By Morgan Cartier Weston | May 29, 2018

Why did you go into nursing? “When I was about 10, I shared a Greyhound bus seat with a nursing student from Penn State who was poring over nursing textbooks the entire way. She shared them with me. I was fascinated and hooked.” What do you like most about your […]

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Parents: We’ve Featured Extracurriculars To Keep Your Kids Engaged

By Laura Zolman Kirk | February 21, 2018

SPORTS We are fortunate to have many specialized sports complexes and team leagues to help kids expend some energy and learn leadership and discipline skills along the way. Complexes like Baseball Rebellion (currently based in Hillsborough, but planning to move to Durham soon), Bull City Gymnastics, OC Gymnastics in Hillsborough […]

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Take a Visual Journey Through Hillsborough or Let Little Ones Experiment With These New Reads

By Morgan Cartier Weston | January 28, 2018

“Hidden Hillsborough: Historic Dependencies and Landscapes in a Small Southern Town” By Preservation Fund of Hillsborough Photos by Elizabeth Matheson • Maps by Stewart E. Dunaway A project of the Preservation Fund of Hillsborough, “Hidden Hillsborough: Historic Dependencies and Landscapes in a Small Southern Town” is a visual journey through the […]

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