Say Hello to the New Children’s House!

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What a thrill to welcome back the Children’s House kids in their brand new classroom!

A *tremendous* amount of NRGLC family and friends (volunteer) labor and very generous donations from family, friends, and supporters went into making this expansion a reality. Thank you does not do our gratitude justice. We couldn’t be happier about how it’s shaping up and very much look forward to bringing even more families into our community!

2016’s looking pretty good for NRGLC so far! : )

P.S. Keep a lookout for an Open House announcement coming soon – we can’t wait to show off our new space!

Where We Live

New River Gorge

Children can go to school anywhere. It’s true! We see schools in cities, in suburban neighborhoods, and in rural landscapes and all of them are there to help students learn.

Because learning at the NRGLC goes beyond our walls and extends into the world around us, we love that we get to call the New River Gorge part of our classroom. The combination of beauty, adventure, natural history and social history makes the New River Gorge a living library of so much information and how the different things we encounter and study are connected.

Captain Thurmond Half & Half 5k Run

This is the first running of the Captain Thurmond Half & Half 5k. The route takes runners from downtown Fayetteville along local streets to the historic Gaines Estate, a pastoral setting with big sky views and rolling grass fields. Runners will meet in the parking lot behind Vandal’s Kitchen: Runners …

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Crowdfunding Comes To The Co-op

Cargo-Net

We just went live with an Indiegogo campaign to raise more money for expanding our Children’s House (3-6 year program). Here’s where we are so far: The total cost of the project is estimated to be $40,000. Here is where the money will come from. $13,000 already raised (hooray!) from a …

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5th Annual Gala: The Enchanted Forest

We invite you to join us for a night in the enchanted forest, to put on your evening finery and dance the night away to smooth jazz. With your help, proceeds from this year’s gala will go toward a new modular building for our Children’s House, the classroom for 3-6 …

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