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- In anticipation of the grand opening of Romare Bearden Park in Uptown Charlotte, Park and Recreation will hold a collage art competition open to children ages 1 to 18.
- With End of Grade testing this week in CMS, parents can help their children reduce stress levels and improve test taking with a few simple tips.
- Maternal health around the world is the first focus of this local initiative that uses business strategies to improve society. Started by a South Charlotte mom, Growing Love is looking for ideas and support.
- Toxic Free NC has announced the filing of a bi-partisan bill to protect children from harmful chemicals in their toys, car seats, and furniture.
- Beautiful weather means more time outdoors and greater potential for tick bites. Dr. Patt shares tips on preventing and treating.
Queen City Buzz shares this week's adventures, outings and event for you and your little ones.
CHS has named one of the 2013 National Best Doctors in America as their chief of pediatric surgery.
Get these gadgets to keep everyone happy on the road this summer.
Sleep away camp can be a great experience for children if they are prepared and know what to expect.
"Terrible twos" may be a misnomer for the prosocial behaviors of many toddlers.
Enjoy a family-friendly night at the roller derby with 4 tickets to The Charlotte Roller Girls.
Win a $25 gift card and earn double baby bucks this month.
Blogger Michelle Lloyd reviews a variety of BPA-free teething products for baby from MAM.
Hot days and warm evenings are perfect for movie-going with the family. These spots around town offer great entertainment and almost all are free!
Enjoy the sounds of Charlotte with your children at these free music evenings throughout the spring and summer.
The Charlotte Observer's annual list includes over 750 camps throughout our region for every age and interest. The easy to search database makes planning a breeze.
Free and inexpensive ways to find fun with your children all over town.
Eating out doesn't have to cost a fortune. Check out these free -- or nearly free -- restaurant deals for kids.
Sometimes a mini-vacation is in order. The family will love these quick day trips that only require a short drive from the Queen City.
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