Family & Pets
Drive-in movie theaters are facing hard times, but thanks to people and groups dedicated to keeping this bit of Americana alive, a few are still in operation.
Connecticut has many summer activities to offer that are both fun and educational, from exploring nature or developing leadership skills to learning how to sing and dance. Here are just five of them.
For dads who like sports, the outdoors, animals and history, Connecticut offers a lot of choices to make Father’s Day a day to remember.
A day out with the kids need not cost much – or anything for that matter. There are a lot of places to go in Connecticut that are free or require a small or comparatively small admission fee.
Beat the heat this summer by staying cool at a local pool.
Here are just five unique ways to celebrate Mother’s Day in Connecticut.
Dogs get cabin fever, and when they do they can make life miserable for their owners. Here are just five great places to walk a dog in Connecticut.
Treat the kids to an Easter to remember with one of these events.
The Connecticut Science Center is a great place for families and groups of kids to spend a day, and one that children will want to come back to time and time again.
Kids love to play with paint, and while paper and cardboard only lasts so long, pottery can last forever. In Connecticut, there are many places where children of all ages can connect with this ancient art form by painting pots.