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July 1, 2015


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SUMMER STEM CAMP – Minecraft, Programming & More!

A Flywheel and YOUNG ENGINEERS OF TODAY Partnership
Monday, July 20 – Friday, July 24
Ages: 12-15/middle school students (mature 10-11 year olds welcome)
Amazing things happen when use the wonderful world of Minecraft to teach programming. Campers will learn the fundamentals of programming by modifying Minecraft. Instead of simply playing a computer game, they code their own Minecraft world. Campers also build their own foam Minecraft swords. Post camp, students can participate in free, live webinars to reinforce what they learn in camp. Questions regarding registration: 980-224-0430 Register here!

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Infant Swimming Resource Program

Through the ISR Self-Rescue™ program, your infant or young child can learn specialized survival skills and build a foundation for lifelong enjoyment of the water. ISR has been featured on The Today Show, Dateline, 20/20 and many other local media across the U.S. and abroad. You will be amazed when you see what your child may be able to do!

ISR lessons include one-on-one specialized instruction from local mom, Darlene Haskins. She teaches classes right here in the Triad and is offering a free week of classes with purchase when you mention Triad Moms on Main. Watch this video for more info and contact Darlene at d.haskins@infantswim.com with questions or to sign up your child.

Additional Links for ISR info:
ISR website
Financial Assistance

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Black Mountain Chocolate

Ever wonder where chocolate comes from? Discover how the fruit of the cacao tree becomes tasty chocolate at BMC's Visible Factory on Trade Street in downtown Winston-Salem! With its big windows and informative displays, the Visible Factory lets you see each step in the delicious process – roasting, winnowing, grinding, tempering and molding. Then the chocolate is crafted into a luscious array of candies, pastries, macarons, and gelato. Sip a drinking chocolate, chai, espresso or cappuccino. It's fun for the whole family - and oh so chocolate-y good! Visit the website here.


This newsletter is sponsored by Flywheel, Darlene Haskins and Black Mountain Chocolate.

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