25 Outdoor Fun Ideas for Take A Child Outside Week ~ Sept 24-30

25 Outdoor Fun Ideas for Take A Child Outside Week ~ Sept 24-30

Take A Child Outside Week, a national initiative spearheaded by the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, runs September 24-30 each year. Designed to help break down obstacles that keep children from exploring the natural world, the week encourages children ...

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3 Creative Ways to Get to Know Your Neighbors

3 Creative Ways to Get to Know Your Neighbors

Feeling like a local in a new community can take years. Even longtime locals can feel isolated as houses nearby change hands. While having children of similar ages can often pave the road to meeting others in your community, it's ...

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Apple Goodness

Apple Goodness

Fall is officially here and apples are in season! Some of you may have gone apple picking and might be wondering what to make with all those apples! It can work with any type of apples! Get the kids involved ...

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Get Outside & Build a Lifelong Relationship with Nature!

Get Outside & Build a Lifelong Relationship with Nature!

Getting kids to step outside and away from hours of screen time shouldn't be a difficult task. When our generation was young, we didn't have the video games, iPhones and tablets to keep us occupied, we just went outside! Kids ...

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Let's Have a Party!

Let's Have a Party!

On the lookout for a great place to host your next birthday party in Hunterdon County? Check out these great places! Click on the link to find out all you need to know to make your next birthday bash a ...

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Make a Leavings Doll (no sew!)

Make a Leavings Doll (no sew!)

My daughter and I learned how to make these dolls from our local historical society. The story is that years ago, before families could afford to buy dolls, children would use scraps (leavings) from sewing projects to make dolls. My ...

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Rosh Hashanah Begins Sundown on Sunday, October 2

Rosh Hashanah Begins Sundown on Sunday, October 2

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, begins at sundown on Sunday, October 2nd and runs through October 4th. Celebration Many families have large family meals to celebrate the Jewish New Year with traditional food such as a round challah, with ...

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