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September 13, 2017

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How Do You Keep Children Safe In A Technology-Driven World?

Learn what’s new and what’s next with children and technology, when nationally-known cyber security expert Katie Greer speaks at Canterbury School on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at 7 p.m., in Berry Hall, on the Canterbury campus (5400 Old Lake Jeanette Rd., Greensboro). The event is free and open to the public.

Greer, who has been featured in USA Today, Time, Good Housekeeping and CNN – will help parents navigate the digital waters in a time when keeping up with the latest trends and dangers can seem overwhelming. Parents will leave with proactive initiatives to keep children safe. No reservation required.

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Sign Up for Adult Cooking Classes at the Greensboro Children's Museum

Parents need fun enrichment programs too. Did you know that the Greensboro Children’s Museum has amazing cooking classes just for ADULTS?

As the season transitions into fall it’s the perfect time to add a culinary experience at GCM to your personal to-do list. Register for the adult cooking class: Ayurveda & Spices and discover the benefits of using fresh ground herbs and spices to enhance physical health and harmony! The class will be led by local Yoga Practitioner and Educator, Jennifer Jennette. New adult cooking classes are held in our beautiful Edible Schoolyard kitchen each month. Stay informed on our Facebook events page. Bon appetit.

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A Girl Scout is a G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™

At Girl Scouts, the next opportunity to stand up, speak up and take the lead is never far away. Girls discover who they are, where their talents lie and what they care about most. Girls connect with people in their communities, develop a strong sense of self and seek challenges. They learn from setbacks, form healthy relationships and identify and solve problems in their communities—unleashing their inner G.I.R.L. every step of the way.

Visit www.beagirlscout.org or call 1-800-672-2148 to learn more and join as a member or volunteer!

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Sponsored by Canterbury School, Greensboro Children's Museum, and Girl Scouts.

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