BRENNER Childrens' hospital KIDS' DAY POWERED BY NET GENERATION - SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 2019
The Winston-Salem Open will host Brenner Kids' Day on Saturday, August 17, 2019.
Brenner Children’s Hospital will be kicking off the Winston-Salem Open with its 9th Annual Brenner Kid’s Day. Children will hit the court for lots of excitement at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex. The day begins at 9:30 a.m. with age-appropriate activities for children ages 6-8 years old until 11:00 a.m. Ages 9-12 will follow from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
USTA North Carolina will be organizing the day’s activities. These activities center around the fundamentals, skills, and fun of tennis. Brenner Kids' Day is offered and FREE to the public. “Bo,” the Winston-Salem Open’s mascot, will be making an appearance along with some special guests who will be participating in our superhero theme this year. There's no telling who might be flying by or dropping in...
In keeping with this theme, participants will have to the opportunity to be a superhero to a sick child at Brenner Children's hospital by making a "get well" card during kids' day acitivities. We'll be sharing smiles all around!
Participants must pre-register online, and registration is limited to the 150 participants per age group. Registration will close once all spots are filled.
Please contact Kinsey Schultz if you have any questions.
To register, click here.
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ABOUT BRENNER CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
Brenner Children's Hospital is the regions only full-service children's hospital. We have more than 140 specialities in 30+ areas of pediatric medicine. Our doctors, nurses and support teams at Brenner Children's involve you throughout your child's care. Whether you need well-child or speciality care- digestive health, urology, heart care, orthopaedics and more-we're here for you.
DID YOU KNOW?
The Winston-Salem Open supports the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School system. To learn more about some of the items children and teachers need most in local schools, click here.