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April 15, 2020


Tips to Keep Your Family Physically and Mentally Healthy

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak may have disrupted your daily life, but there are still ways you can lower your stress, feel less isolated and stay healthy! Make up for the lack of social interaction by staying in touch with family and friends using video chats (Facetime, Facebook Messenger, Zoom). Reduce stress and boost your immune system by regularly exercising with your family indoors or outdoors. Calm anxiety by listening to music, talking with friends via phone, or having your primary care physician refer you to a trusted counselor.

Visit Cone Health’s Coronavirus resource page for more helpful information.


Dance at a Distance

Spring has sprung and Dance Project has all the dance classes you’ll need to stay active and have fun even from the comfort of your own home!

Their brand new “Dance at a Distance” series features Live Online Classes for youth and adults, Monday through Friday, as well as free mini class videos each week for all ages and ability levels. For full descriptions, schedule, and registration visit the Dance Project website here.


Kaleideum at Home

While Kaleideum is temporarily closed due to COVID-19, their team has been working hard to provide families with ideas for playing and learning at home, including arts- and science-based activities, imaginative adventures, parenting tips, and more.

Visit the Kaleideum Blog and Kaleideum At Home websites, as well as the Facebook pages for Kaleideum Downtown and Kaleideum North, Kaleideum Instagram, Kaleideum YouTube, and Twitter pages for Kaleideum Downtown and Kaleideum North.


Temple Emanuel Preschool

Temple Emanuel Preschool in Winston-Salem provides a nurturing, loving environment that is an inviting and comfortable place for children to learn, explore, and grow.

• Provides a program that is appropriate to each child's stage of development.

• Encourages creativity, positive self-concept, discovery, and initiative in each individual child.

• Provides an environment and program that fosters knowledge and appreciation for the values, and celebrations of Judaism.

For more information, contact Colleen Lerner at 336.722.6640, ext. 109 or


This newsletter is sponsored by Cone Health, Dance Project, Kaleideum, and Temple Emanuel Preschool .

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