Rainy day blues? Weather at the extremes? Need to stick to a budget and stay in? Whether you are looking for mini games for kids or full scale activities for groups, it’s easy to save the day, bust boredom and have fun with this list of screen-free indoor games for kids of all ages! What indoor games did your family love to play growing up, and what indoor games do you play now with your kids? Did you learn some great games for kids at school? Let us know in the comments so we can share them!
Each summer, parks, recreation centers, community centers, libraries and schools serve free summer meals to children and teens 18 while school is out of session. You do not need to qualify for this service. It is not income based. You do not need to sign up; your kids just show up and eat. Heads up. Most of these locations do not serve lunch on July 4th and I am not aware of any weekend options.
In 2019, more libraries are either getting involved or getting the word out better. So if the day isn’t right for a park visit, maybe a library visit is a better fit.
Why does the government do this with our tax dollars? I don’t know all the reasons, but we can assume some obvious ones: Read More
National Doughnut Day is a real thing! And we may as well enjoy every bite of it. We’ve rounded up a collection of our favorite independent donut shops and bakeries throughout the Twin Cities – many of which are offering sweet specials – including FREE DONUTS! – on Friday, June 5, 2020. You don’t have to wait until next year to enjoy doughnuts – use this as your go to list for Twin Cities Doughnut Shops year round!. Or, this is great time for Ice Cream! Read More