With summer in high gear now, kids are relishing their break from school and homework. But parents may be worried that their children’s brains will turn to mush between now and the return to the classroom. Here are some fun ways to sneak in learning. >>
You’ve done the water playgrounds and the movies. You make regular pilgrimages to the library. The kids aren’t quite complaining that they’re bored yet, but you know it’s just a matter of time. So where else can you go for a little summer fun? >>
Does your child love to build things? You may have a budding engineer on your hands. Or then again, your child may totally surprise you and become the foremost authority on a new art form, like Nathan Sawaya. Learn how you can encourage your child. >>
Published: 11/18/2016 by Pam Mohlner in Activities
It really is the most wonderful time of the year, so take advantage of it with our most extensive list of holiday events ever. If you’re looking for an activity to capture the spirit of the season, you’ll find it here.
Published: 09/28/2016 by Pam Mohlner in Activities
Whether you are fighting breast cancer, know someone who is, or simply feel passionate about this important health issue, you are not alone. These local events will help connect you with others who share your concerns. >>
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