Sharonda Pryer founded Little Bytes Adventure Learning to teach kids that computers are more than games and apps; they a crucial resource for information. Sharonda and her team of certified instructors maintain small class sizes, providing one-on-one attention to children ages 3 to 8 as they navigate the educational software. The program introduces kids to the fundamentals of email, keyboard use, and the internet through fantasy locales such as the E-mail Trail and Internet Island. Children can also log-in at home with their parents to review previous lessons, practice online activities, and manage their stock portfolios.
Monkey bars, rope climbs, tires, and cargo netting adorn the expansive space inside WarriorFit Performance, where dedicated and certified coaches motivate their clients to attempt unconventional exercises in order to challenge both their minds and their bodies. They organize targeted programs, such as a boot camp designed for women and a tactical strength and conditioning program for first responders, along with camps for specific athletes such as quarterbacks or entire teams. In addition to group workouts, WarriorFit offers personal-training packages for individuals.
Originally from Kiev, Ukraine, Black Forest Deli’s mother-daughter team of owners has been bringing Eastern Europe’s vast culinary traditions to Bethlehem since 2003, earning a nod from Bethlehem Patch readers as one of the area’s best eateries. As Russian music plays in the background, they serve up a menu of homemade borscht, pierogies, and halupkis (stuffed cabbage rolls), as well as delectable sides including macaroni salad. Those seeking more customary Western tastes can grab an italian sub or the arzunian panini filled with turkey, avocado, tomatoes, cheese, spinach, and honey mustard. The deli can also supply its specialty dishes to large events such as weddings, birthday parties, or chain-gang reunions.