Despite the current health crisis, local farms and artisan food producers are still planting seeds and creating masterpieces, preparing for market season. Markets around Montgomery County still plan to provide to customers the freshest local food available, including fresh fruits, vegetables, prepared foods, and other products, while maintaining social distancing procedures to keep everyone safe. [...]
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Hopefully warm weather will give your kids plenty of opportunities to play outside lately. But if you still need some suggestions on things to add variety to your days, we've got you covered with a live art tutorial, Zoom fitness & costume party, National Burger Day, and more! Do a few, do them all. Let [...]
By Michelle Reese In a quote that's probably been shared countless times on the Internet, Mister Rogers shared, "When I was a boy and would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, 'Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.'" Well, we're in one of [...]
In normal times, May and June is graduation season. But we all know, times are far from normal. This year, graduations are happening virtually, and some may be postponed until a much later date. If you have a grad that you'd like to celebrate, we're here for it. Through the coming months, we [...]
Running out of ideas of things to do with the kids? We're back with another week of suggestions, including Memorial Day crafts, science experiments and more. Do a few, do them all. Let them inspire ideas that work for your children's ages and interests. And be sure to check out some additional ideas and helpful [...]
Spring is typically the busiest season for real estate. The blooming flowers, lack of snow, and the desire to be settled into a new home before the school year begins and the cold weather hits again motivates both buyers and sellers. But if you had been planning to buy or sell [...]
What week are we on now? Well, however long it's been, here are our suggestions for things to do at home from May 11 through May 17. Let them inspire ideas that work for your children's ages and interests. And be sure to check out some additional ideas and helpful links with fun activities and [...]
Cinco de Mayo is annually observed on May 5 as a celebration of Mexico's victory over France in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Frankly, it’s more widely celebrated in the United States than it is in Mexico, but these days, we’re all about celebrating anything we can! PLUS, it falls on a [...]
Teacher Appreciation Week, Star Wars Day, Cinco de Mayo, Mother's Day and more ... there's a lot going on this week that can inspire activities with the kids! Here are our suggestions for things to do at home from May 4 through May 10. Let them inspire ideas that work for your children's ages and [...]
Mother's Day 2020 is Sunday, May 10. And even though the holiday is likely to look different this year for many families, Moms still deserve to feel special ... even if you're celebrating from 6 feet apart. In fact, she'd probably appreciate some extra love this year more than ever! Read On For ... Ideas [...]