Greensboro has become the home I love through all the community connection and empowerment going on across our museums, parks, grassroots, and non-profit organizations.  I’m proud to support a few Greensboro gems: The Edible Schoolyard at Greensboro Children’s Museum – for adult cooking classes, Weatherspoon Art Museum – for contemporary art and community celebrations, Yoga in the Park – at LeBauer Park, Healthy Choices for Families- a monthly Saturday activity geared toward elementary school aged children about healthy living at LeBauer Park.  I support Backpack Beginnings, coordinating deliveries to one of the Head Start schools they sponsor. These are just a few of the ways I can live out a favorite life rule: always give more than you take.

Cooking Classes at The Edible Schoolyard

These are a great time for a group of friends or a team, or on your own.  The teacher gives his or her time, local grocers give the ingredients, and your ticket price supports programming for children at the museum.

Healthy Choices for Families

Think Eat Grow offers a lesson and activity geared toward elementary school aged children on the first Saturday of the month at LeBauer Park.  Pictured is Heather Suire and the “Pumpkin Pumpkin” crew.

Community Yoga

I teach yoga for private clients and at Greensboro’s only power yoga studio, Dancing Dogs Yoga.  Every once in a while you’ll catch me giving it away through yoga in LeBauer Park, yoga for the Summer Solstice at Weatherspoon, or elsewhere.

Weatherspoon Art Museum

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is one of the largest collections of modern and contemporary art in the Southeast, and I’m proud to currently serve on the board and help coordinate openings and seasonal celebrations there.

Helping Girl Scouts earn a cooking badge
Backpack Beginnings