Planning a playdate is a great way to help your children socialize and exercise. It also gives caregivers a chance to meet new friends or catch up with old ones. Playgrounds are often a go to location for outdoor playdates, especially when the weather cooperates. Across Connecticut children will fall in love with the variety of playscapes, splash pads, nature centers, barnyards, feeding of ducks and picnic areas. There are also wheelchair accessible playgrounds with special accommodations so that everyone can have fun outdoors.
Here are some of the fun ways you can help various charitable organizations over the next three months.
If you’re looking to enjoy the outdoors, consider visiting one of these parks in Connecticut.
Spring is in the air and what better way to celebrate the season than with a festival of art, music and good times.
The long, dreary winter in New England is easier to bear when seen as a precursor to spring – considered by many as the best season to vacation in this part of the country. One of the main attractions is the plethora of native and cultivated flora that makes the area so beautiful in spring, summer and fall.