Here are a few places in Connecticut to spend the afternoon on Super Bowl Sunday with the kids.
Kids are great, but moms and dads need time with each other and with others their own age. And while going out to dinner and a movie is always fun, there are many other things for parents to do in Connecticut.
Wether it’s a New Year’s resolution to keep your home clean, the need for specialized cleaning services or spring cleaning, there are businesses across the state of Connecticut to assist.
With plenty of opportunity to hone your skills with instructors, sharpen those blades and head to one of the following rinks for indoor ice skating fun.
In Connecticut, there are many great playgrounds including many that are accessible to all or at least in part to all children regardless of their abilities.
Go-karting is a timeless, ageless pastime that welcomes every new generation. Take time away from the everyday and have some hands-on, heart-pounding fun that may just lead to a new or renewed love for the sport.
Grab your coat and head outdoors for caroling events this December in Connecticut.
Create a memory with these picture-taking opportunities for your child and Santa.
When Thanksgiving leftovers are finally gone and the children start getting antsy, it’s time to head out for some serious fun. Connecticut is the perfect place to be during Thanksgiving break.
Connecticut has a wealth of tree farms where you can spend the day searching for and cutting down a tree to represent all of your family’s Christmas wishes.