Bridging the Triad

Greensboro Parks & Recreation, High Point Parks & Recreation Kernersville Parks & Recreation, Lexington Parks and Recreation, and Winston-Salem Recreation & Parks are collaborating on an exciting program to get youth engaged with Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)!

Participants will compete as individuals in four age groups: 8-10, 11-14, 15-17, and adult. Bridges will be judged based on how much weight it will support, divided by the total mass of the structure. The top three most efficient bridges in the youth categories and the first place in the adult category will advance to the regional competition. There will also be a prize in for the most creative design.

To register for this free competition, visit your local recreation center or bridge competition host site to receive construction supplies from January 28-February 6. Local competitions will be held February 9th and the regional competition will be held February 23

Competition Date & Time: Saturday, February 9, 10:00am – 1:00pm

Registration: Pick up your supply packet between Monday, January 29 and Wednesday, February 6. Packet pickup hours are Monday – Friday 9:00am – 8:00pm

Location: Competition and Supply Packet pickup at Kernersville Community Recreation Center

Fee: FREE

Visit the Bridging the Triad website for instructions, rules and what to except during the competition.

Champions in Motion (CIM) Karate – Ages 4 & Up

In this 15-week class you will gain safety awareness education, advance in rank and belt, improve self-confidence, increase concentration and learn physical and verbal self-defense skills.

Instructor: CIM, Scott Combs
Dates: Mondays 2/11-5/20 & Thursdays 2/14-5/23*
Times: 5:45 – 8:30pm, depending on belt rank
Location: KCRC
Registration: On-site, Monday 2/11 & Thursday, 2/14
**Fee: $10 to register and $8 per class, paid weekly
**Visit Champions in Motion’s website for details