March 26, 2015

Social Buzz, March 26

Thursday's posts:
  • The Lee County Young Commissioners leadership program is currently accepting applications for the 2015 session. Contact Bill Stone at bill_stone@ncsu.edu or 919-775-5624 for more information or to apply.
  • Don’t miss the free seminar “You Are What You Eat” at the Stevens Center tonight (6-7:30p). You’ll learn about a local man who lost 130 pounds without gimmicks, fads, or dieting. Call 919-776-4048 for more information.
  • Plan to have dinner at Chick-Fil-A tomorrow night to benefit LCI (5-8p). If you mention LCI when you order, the restaurant will donate 10% of your total back to the org.
Do more: See our full calendar for the day on Facebook or right here on our website.

March 25, 2015

Social Buzz, March 25

Wednesday's top posts:
  • Take the kids for Easter photos with baby chicks at DBR Ministries Thrift Store (200 S. Steele St) today through Saturday (3-5p) or by appointment. Get pricing and other details at 336-365-8326 or 919-708-5643.
  • Go to the Stevens Center tomorrow to learn how a Sanford man lost 130 pounds in a year and a half without fads, gimmicks, or diets. The seminar is free at starts at 6p.
  • The United Way of Lee County needs volunteers to serve on its Community Investment Teams to help determine which local agencies it will fund this year. Click over for all pertinent information.
  • Take the kids to decorate Easter-themed cookies at Karma Boutique & Coffee Bar on Saturday (11a-3p). The cost is $5, which includes 3 cookies and a gift.
Do more: See our full calendar for the day on Facebook or right here on our website.

March 24, 2015

Social Buzz, March 24

Tuesday's highlights:
  • Take your preschooler to Stepping Stones - Sanford for a free outdoor playdate on Wednesday (10-11:30a). Call 919-708-7866 for more information.
Do more: See our full calendar for the day on Facebook or right here on our website.

March 23, 2015

Social Buzz, March 23

Monday's posts:
  • SNAP-NC, a low-cost mobile spay/neuter service, is coming to Walmart on Tuesday. You must make an appointment at 919-783-7627 or on their website.
  • Kristina Seawell, BBCI, is holding a 10-week Birth Booth Camp for women planning natural childbirth. The classes will be on Fridays starting in mid-April. Register by Wednesday for a $25 discount at 919-770-5094.
  • Women are invited to learn how to take control of their money and achieve financial security at a free lunch seminar with Lisa Whalen of Thrivent Financial on Wednesday at Carolina Trace (11a). Space is limited. Contact 919-708-5031 or lisa.whalen@thrivent.com to register.
Do more: See our full calendar for the day on Facebook or right here on our website.

March 22, 2015

2015 Easter Egg Hunts

If your children still love Easter egg hunting, you're in luck. There are lots of hunts to choose from and most are free and open to the public.

Check below for exact details, and send an email to kelly@socialsanford.com to share other hunts that should be included.


Saturday, March 28
  • Easter Egg Hunt at Broken Plow Farm, 1851 Avents Ferry Rd, Sanford NC
    When: 10a and 1p
    What: Kids can hunt for eggs as well as enjoy the petting zoo, barrel ride, and a hay ride to visit the Easter Bunny for photos.
    Cost: Admission is $10/person for everyone older than 2.
  • Frosted Egg Hunt & Snow Sledding at newhope Church, 2901 Beechtree Dr, Sanford NC
    When: 11a-1p
    What: Kids in 5th grade and younger can hunt for eggs. In addition, Elsa and Olaf will be available for photos and Snow My Yard will create a winter scene for sledding.
  • Easter Extravaganza at Grace Chapel Church, 2605 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Sanford NC
    When: 12-3p
    What: Kids ages 1 year-5th grade can hunt for eggs. There will also be food, games, and inflatables.
Sunday, March 29
  • Egg Hunt at newhope Church, 2901 Beechtree Dr, Sanford NC
    When:
    2:30p
    What: Children in 5th grade and younger can hunt eggs at the conclusion of the church's 1p service.
Friday, April 3
  • Egg Hunt at Lemon Springs Baptist Church, 576 Sanders Rd, Sanford NC
    When:
    5p
    What: Kids of all ages can hunt for eggs. Food will be provided.
Saturday, April 4
  • Easter Egg Hunt at Broken Plow Farm, 1851 Avents Ferry Rd, Sanford NC
    When: 10a and 1p
    What: Kids can hunt for eggs as well as enjoy the petting zoo, barrel ride, and a hay ride to visit the Easter Bunny for photos. Admission is $10/person for everyone older than 2.
    Cost: Admission is $10/person for everyone older than 2.