Posts tagged “Playgrounds”
The early childhood education and intervention program in Wake County offers a great resource for parents and teachers and a fun rainy or hot day spot for kids.
We've pulled together some of Go Ask Mom's most popular resources and have highlighted special happenings across the region in this year's summer fun guide!
The new equipment replaces the old play pieces that included metal slides that were too hot to play on pretty much all summer.
Where are your favorite picnic spots in the region?
The best part about the playground at north Raleigh's is that it's shaded. And when the kids get too hot, you can just hop over to the city pool next door.
The new Knightdale Station park will open in phases beginning this summer. It includes a nice-sized playground with a large barn play structure.
On Saturday, Raleigh will reopen the historic carousel that's been a centerpiece of Chavis Park for decades. Officials hope that more families from across the city will flock here as they do nearby Pullen Park.
It's a big weekend with a lot of activities packed in, including the reopening of the carousel at Chavis Park, Earth Day celebrations across the region and a Comics Fest in Durham. Here's your weekend family fun!
The playground at Buffaloe Road Athletic Park is about to get busier as the weather warms up and people look for places to cool down.
The small neighborhood park in Chapel Hill offers a nice blend of traditional play pieces, along with newer styles as well.
For some kids in the Triangle, spring break is actually longer than winter break this year! If you're wondering what you'll do with all that time, here's a guide. Happy spring break!
Chapel Hill's Homestead Park has a sweet play space that some families refer to as "Dinosaur Park."
Launch Lab adds a dozen new interactive pieces to the museum's already popular indoor Aerospace gallery, where you also can see a…
The local kids and family band performs a song from their new album "Rubber Chicken Rock."
Go Ask Mom Editor Sarah Hall talks with WRAL about the summer fun guide, a one-stop place for all the best activities to keep kids…
Amy Sugg, a mom of two, talks about her new consignment shop The 2nd Look Children's Consignment Boutique.
We all know the old saying, "children should be seen, but not heard." Cristin DeRonja, director of the SafeChild Advocacy Center in…
The students and staff at Cedar Fork Elementary star in a music video to capture their journey of learning for this year. The lyrics…
Mary Poole, Artspace executive director, talks about the collection of artist studios and galleries in downtown Raleigh and why it's…
Beatrice Diaz, a mom of four in Chapel Hill, talks about her business Absolute Joy.
Cristin DeRonja, director of the SAFEchild Advocacy Center and a Raleigh mom of four, tells us that listening to your children is…
Pam Hartley, vice president of exhibits and education at Marbles, talks about the downtown Raleigh's updated Around Town exhibit.
Johnathan Edmonds, a Cary dad and Air Force pilot, talks about his new children's series - Service Pals.
Learn all about how chocolate is made - from the bean to the bar - then indulge in some delicious treats at this downtown Raleigh shop.
Leeann Eagle talks about her business creating personalized and appliqued apparel for kids.
Check out the scene at our big playdate featuring Artspace, Lil' Chef, the Chick-fil-A cow, Rissi Palmer, the Wake County Sheriff's…
Cristin DeRonja of SAFEchild in Wake County talks about the agency's program called Funny Tummy Feelings, which teaches kids skills…
LeeAnn Donnelly of Biltmore talks about the estate in Asheville and spots that families shouldn't miss when the visit.
Anna Norton, a Cary mom, talks about her journey with Type 1 diabetes, her involvement in Diabetes Sisters and the nonprofit's…