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July 27, 2022


Kids' Day at the Winston-Salem Open

Join the Winston-Salem Open for Kids’ Day on Saturday, August 20th.

There will be lots of excitement at Truist Field (499 Deacon Blvd.) for children ages 6-12, beginning at 9:30 am. Kids’ Day is FREE and open to the public.

Kids’ Day participants receive a Winston-Salem Open goodie bag and ticket to Saturday’s matches. Parents, chaperones, and siblings may receive an additional tournament ticket with a donation of unused school supplies.

Sign up now!


Ava’s Cupcakes' Weekend of Wizardry is Almost Here!

Love Harry Potter? Then, Ava’s Cupcakes’ Weekend of Wizardry is the perfect way to celebrate your favorite wizard’s birthday.

Ava’s will turn into a magical place in both their Winston-Salem and Clemmons stores July 29 – July 31! Potterheads will love the Butterbeer Fountain, Chocolate Frogs, Edible Wands, Pumpkin Pasties, and
much more!

Follow on Facebook and Instagram for updates! Call Clemmons at 336-283-9021 to order your Exclusive Wizardry Box.


Free Kids' Activities, Music, and More

"ROOTS Day in the Park" kicks off Smart Start of Forsyth County's new ROOTS program. They are excited to launch this new ROOTS program to help local children develop strong roots with their families and community.

Come join them for a fun day in the park and enjoy music, kids' activities, snow cones, face painting, and much more.

Register here:

reading with horses

A Not-To-Miss Summer Camp Experience!

Reading with Horses’ last week of summer camp starts August 1! Located in Pfafftown, this is a unique and fun weeklong summer camp for elementary aged children. Kids learn reading strategies, improve phonetics and writing skills, as well as learn how to understand horses’ thoughts and behavior, care for them, play with them, and even draw them. Spaces are filling up – register today!

Call, text, or email Marcella Lezine of Lezine Tutoring to register at 336-354-3386 or


This newsletter is sponsored by the Winston-Salem Open, Ava's Cupcakes, Smart Start of Forsyth County, and Reading with Horses.

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