Connecticut has plenty of fascinating museums that the whole family will love. Consider spending an afternoon with the kids checking out one of these engrossing, accessible exhibits at some of the state’s best museums.
Some may say that Mother’s Day is everyday but according to the calendar, it truly only comes around once a year. So you only get one shot to show that special mom in your life just how much she means to you. Here are some great ideas to help you start the planning.
When choosing the right gym that suits your needs, comfort is usually the biggest factor in sealing the deal on your membership. Ensuring that the facility offers the right classes, at the right times suited for your schedule are huge deciding factors. For parents and guardians, child care also plays a huge role for choosing the right gym. Here is a list of the top local gyms that provide child care in Connecticut.
Spring and summer are the ideal seasons to grab a blanket, a pack a lunch, and gather your closest friends, family or someone special to head out for a wonderful picnic. Connecticut offers several historical and scenic parks and areas that cater to all of your picnic needs.
Exercise does the body good, including for your furry friends. Dog parks and beaches that permit on or off leashed dogs are a great way for your best buddy to play outdoors in a safe environment. If you are looking for locations for your dog to socialize, exercise outdoors or for those that don’t have access to a yard or fenced in yard,, the listings below are great options. Each location below permits dogs to be off the leash while supervised by their owners.
For some fun “staycation” activities in Connecticut that kids are sure to love, we asked Stamford teacher Deborah Okun.
Chef Kashia Cave of My City Kitchen has made it her mission to use her culinary talents for good – and especially when it comes to helping kids learn to eat healthy. Here is how she goes about it.
An expected snow day can be stressful for parents because they have to think of things other than television or computer screens to keep kids occupied at home. For some better suggestions, we turned to Stamford schoolteacher Danielle Madalon.
Connecticut is fortunate enough to experience the four seasons. Although some might dislike the snow, there are those who live for a day on the slopes. These ski resorts are family friendly and often offer children’s ski programs.
What to do with the kids after the last bell rings is both a challenge and a problem for many parents. It is also something of great concern to a lot of students, especially those of high school age, who need more than just a play date or someone to watch them. Here are just five ideas for after-school activities from an expert in the field.