Family & Pets
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.
Get your kids involved with a new activity at these martial arts classes in Connecticut.
Getting fit for the holidays – or getting rid of extra pounds packed on during the festive seasons – drives a lot of people to the gym this time of year. Here are just five of the top places to take a fitness class in Connecticut.
Here are five of the best places for go kart racing in Connecticut.
There are beautiful locations in Connecticut’s parks that provide scenic backdrop opportunities and often times are free to the public to enter.
Hop in the car and take a drive around some of Connecticut’s best lit neighborhoods. Each holiday season there are “those houses” that are known for their dedication to putting up the best holiday light displays. Some even synchronize their lights to music.
Bundle up and bring the family to one of these top tree farms in the state to fill your home with holiday cheer.
Connecticut offers a variety of free activities during the winter season including ice skating, town gatherings and seasonal attractions. Bring your family to one of these five free activities to enjoy your weekday or weekend.