WHAT ARE YOU DOING THE SECOND TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH SEPTEMBER THRU MAY?
Sponsored by CHEA (Charlotte Home Educators Association)
*Nursing babies welcome, otherwise, it’s just us moms! Love the kiddos but this is our time! 🙂
Join us the second Tuesday evening of each month for a fun time of fellowship and support! Meet fellow homeschool moms and learn from experienced homeschoolers. If you are an experienced or veteran homeschooler, we would love to have you there to encourage other moms! No matter where you are on this journey, you will find encouragement and practical help!
No price to attend, just one rule: No outside food or drink, per Whole Foods. All food and drinks must be purchased at Whole Foods but no purchase is necessary!
The meeting is in the Community Room on the mezzanine level, just above the cafe.
Whole Foods is open until 10:00 pm! If you need last minute groceries, you can pick them up! 🙂
See you there!
Elizabeth Hartley of Scholarship Gold (www.ScholarshipGold.com), Metro Charlotte’s most well-known Scholarship Coach, is coming to Concord on Friday, January 5 to offer two of her most popular workshops:
Middle School Essentials (9am – 12pm) will be tailored to 6th – 7th grade students. College Bound Essentials (12:30pm – 3:30pm) will be held primarily for 8th grade through high school students. These 3-hour workshops will “jumpstart” your family in understanding the high school to college process. Homeschooled students and parents are encouraged to attend.
The cost for each workshop (including workbook) will be $60 per student (siblings may receive a $20 discount). Parents may attend for free. Payment may be made at this link: http://hopek12.com/events/special-events/. Should you have any questions, please contact Tina Fillmer at TFillmer@HopeK12.com.
7655 Bruton Smith Blvd.
Concord, NC 28027
(Located near Concord Mills Mall)
Join homeschool family and friends at NCHE Homeschool Night when the Charlotte Hornets play the Boston Celtics!
All attendees buying their tickets through our link will receive:
- a Hornets t-shirt
- post-game free thrown on the Hornets NBA basketball court
- NCHE group recognition on the Hornets scoreboard
In addition, NCHE Athletic Commission basketball players will have court time on the Hornets practice court earlier in the day. Details to follow.
Join other homeschoolers on December 5, learning more about Christmas customs in colonial America at Old Salem. Choose to the Footsteps of History Tour of Old Salem or the student Candle Tea–or both! To get our group admission price, advance reservations and payment are required. Reservation deadline for Footsteps of History is November 3. Candle Tea tickets are available while supply lasts. For more details, go here: https://www.nche.com/story/field-trip-old-salem-tour-candle-tea
Join other homeschoolers at the NCHE field trip to Lazy 5 Ranch! The ranch is home to more than 750 animals from six continents. As a group, we will view them from the comfort of a horse drawn wagon taking us along a 3 1/2 mile tour of the animals’ habitats. You can also drive your own vehicle along this road as well. Advance registration and payment is required. Admission fee includes wagon tour (approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour), animal feed, the option to drive through the animals habitat areas again in your own vehicle, and access to picnic area.