March 28, 2018

Summer at Dance Project

Spend your summer with Dance Project, where dance is serious fun! Dance Project’s summer schedule in the Greensboro Cultural Center includes full and half-day camps, classes for children ages 18 months and up, and drop-in classes for teens and adults. Campers can sample different dance forms, dance along to classic picture books, travel around the world, and celebrate rebel girls in history! Dance Project also joins with the Drama Center and the Center for Visual Arts to give campers experience with every aspect of a theatrical production in the “Do a Play All the Way” camps. Full descriptions, schedule, and registration can be found on the Dance Project web site.


B’nai Shalom Day School

From infants as young as 8 weeks old to 8th grade, B’nai Shalom Day School provides a caring, supportive school community in which students achieve academic excellence in a dual curriculum that inspires each student to develop his/her fullest potential as an inquisitive learner, critical thinker, and future Jewish leader, while respecting the pace of childhood. Every day students discover, uncover and explore the world around them with the guidance of talented and dedicated teachers. Teachers are committed to ongoing growth and innovation in student learning. For more information, please visit or call 336-855-5091.


Celebrate Children’s China at Kaleideum Downtown!

Children’s China: Celebrating Culture, Character, and Confucius has delighted guests since opening at Kaleideum Downtown in January. Funded by the Freeman Foundation and administered by the Association of Children’s Museums, the exhibit includes six immersive environments and the presence of Chinese educator Abby Liu, who serves as both exhibit teacher and cultural ambassador.

On Monday, April 2, during Spring Break for Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools, Kaleideum Downtown is offering a special "Children’s China ‘Celebration!". Visitors can make a panda headband, create a dragon, and construct a traditional Chinese Instrument called a Bolang, as well as enjoy storytime and snacks. Click HERE to purchase tickets.

Children’s China will remain open at Kaleideum Downtown through May 13 and is included with museum admission and free for Kaleideum members.


This newsletter is sponsored by Dance Project, B’nai Shalom Day School, and Kaleideum Downtown.

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