Dix Park Inter-tribal Powwow

Indigenous community organizers and the Dix Park Conservancy have partnered together to create the first Inter-Tribal Pow Wow at Dix Park!
The community has been invited to experience a day of competition dancing, music, and vendors showcasing the incredible legacy and culture of Indigenous communities living in North Carolina today.
Let’s bring our families together and enjoy this wonderful offering together!

Family Fun: Pumpkin Painting Party

HER Circle:
Grab the family and join us for a fun evening of pumpkin painting and playground time! Bring a picnic dinner to enjoy while at the park.
This is BYO Pumpkin and paint. We encourage festive attire!

Ice Cream Tour Stop #4: Andia’s

HER Circle Members:
Join us for stop #4 on our Ice Cream Tour of the Triangle! This time we will be heading to Andia’s in southeast Cary (the Cary Village Shopping Center Location).
This national and local award winning ice cream shop partners with an ethical dairy co-op who supplies rBST-free milk that comes from pasture-raised cows. They take great pride in working with other local small businesses to source ingredients whenever possible. They also source from multiple specialty suppliers from all around the world to ensure the creation of the finest, creamiest, best-tasting ice cream found in the Triangle!!
We can’t wait to see you and your kiddos for the final stop of our summer Ice Cream Tour!
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Family Adventure: Oak City Brewing & Knightdale Station Park

HER Circle Members:
Grab the family and come join us at Oak City Brewing. After enjoying a tasty brew, walk the kids over to Knightdale Station Park to let out all the wiggles!
We hope you can come out and enjoy some time with your friends! We can’t wait to see you!
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Ice Cream Tour Stop #3: Sugar Koi

Join us on stop 3 of our Summer Ice Cream Tour! This time we are headed to Sugar Koi in Brightleaf Square in Durham.
May we suggest enjoying a family dinner in Durham, then joining your friends for some ice cream?
If you haven’t seen the creations that come out of Sugar Koi we highly recommend you check them out. The fish shaped cones they make are sure to make every child squeal in excitement!
We can’t wait to see you!

Preparing for Pregnancy

When planning for a pregnancy, you’re preparing your body and yourself for the ultimate gift of a healthy baby. Dr. Lovelle offers recommendations that will have a profound effect on your ability to conceive, carry, and deliver your bundle of joy.

Helping Children Deal With Grief

We cannot protect our children from ever feeling the pain of loss but we can help them manage the pain and express their emotions. Nicole Wallace discusses how to identify the signs of grief at different age ranges, engaging your child in healthy forms of grief expression, ways to encourage conversations about grief with children.

Talking to Children about Race – Resource

Dr. Ronda Taylor Bullock will help attendees understand that children begin making meaning of race at very early age. She will share why educators, parents, & guardians should be focused on having race-based conversations with kids and demonstrate how her organization navigates these tough conversations using literacy-based strategies.