Children's Day is a very important celebration in Latin America, where the importance of children and their right to a happy and safe childhood is recognized. On this day, special activities are organized for children, allowing them to enjoy a day full of fun and joy.
The game of spinning top has evolved throughout history in Latin America, and each country has its own versions and variations of the game. Although the game of spinning top has lost popularity in some parts of Latin America due to the influence of electronic and digital games, it remains an important activity in many communities, and is a reminder of the region's cultural roots.
The award-winning Wake County Smiles at Sunnybrook program is giving parents and kids something to smile about. In an effort to increase access to underserved areas of the county, the no-cost dental cleanings held at the Sunnybrook Public Health Center in Raleigh will expand to become the new Regional Smiles program, where a dental team will host monthly dental clinics at regional centers throughout the county. The service will provide preventative treatment for uninsured Wake County children ages 0 to 20 years at no charge to families.
The rope game or jump rope is a very popular game in Latin America. It's fun, easy to play, and affordable, and has many other discoveries, including improvements in coordination, speed, and stamina, as well as confidence and self-confidence. If you're looking for a fun and effective way to stay active, consider playing tug-of-war.
Looking for a fun way to spend family time without ever leaving the house? Why not organize a board game weekend? Playing board games together is a great way to bond with your family, laugh, and have a good time. In addition, it is an economic activity and accessible for all ages.
Spending a weekend with the family on a walk or bike ride can be a great way to disconnect from the daily grind and enjoy time together. As well as being a fun and exciting activity, it also has a number of health and wellness benefits.
Children and teens 5 and older can now receive the updated COVID-19 booster, specifically made to protect against the latest COVID-19 variants. The new booster is becoming available in North Carolina following the Food and Drug Administration’s emergency use authorization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendation.
Updated boosters are becoming available in North Carolina, following the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) announcement this week that people 12 and older can receive an updated booster to protect against the latest COVID-19 variants. Vaccines are beginning to arrive in the state and vaccine appointments will be more widely available starting next week.
Last Wednesday, August 27 of this year, the Consulate General of Mexico in Raleigh became the scene of a unique and emotional event directed by the Consul General of Mexico, Claudia Velasco Osorio: the presentation of the book "El Arte. Espejo de an Immigrant. Story of Cornelio Campos", written by María del Refugio Sandoval Olivas, affectionately known as Cuquis Sandoval. This book combines the richness of the narrative with the chronicle of a life marked by migration and a passion for art.