The streets of Chatham County look a bit different these days. As its residents are practicing safe social distancing, community events have become scarce. Temperatures are on the rise and the want to get outdoors is becoming that much greater. Local businesses are making it possible to connect with your neighbors, just in ways you may not have expected! Shop local and stay connected!
It may be awhile before gyms begin to open their doors for your weekly fitness classes, a significant stress reliever for those avid gym goers. How many times have you walked around your neighborhood or paced the rooms of the house? Integrating creativity into any workout routine is essential to warding off boredom and repetition. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, many fitness organizations are opening their virtual “doors” to a variety of workout sessions, some that you may have been hesitant to attempt in real life.
Ah, it’s finally that time of the year when we can all hit the reset button on future goals and milestones we’d like to achieve in the next 12 months. Whatever did not get accomplished in 2019 is in the past. For many, the same goals are set year after year with little desire to make real progress. What if you could get started today? Whatever your goal is, there is a resource in Chatham County to achieve it.
Are you ready to rock? The Triangle Rock Club, located in Morrisville, invites you to enroll your child in any one of TRC’s summer camps. Catering to many different ages with a variety of skill levels, their summer will be packed with both meeting new friends and learning a new skill. In all of their youth programs, they guarantee the application of “The Three Cs” of character, confidence and courage. Set goals, seek adventure and watch the hard work pay off!
Chapel Hill, NC – Right down the road from Pittsboro is Briar Chapel, the Triangle’s largest green living community. On Saturday, September 8, 2013, they’ll hold their Swim for Smiles Youth Triathlon. Read more