While this may not be the easiest month to find grown up time, we have a few December Date Night ideas for you, beginning with a visit to our seasonal patron, the American Swedish Institute. Just take your date to visit this beautiful space or sign up for one of their seasonal workshops (but hurry, the best date-night options tend to sell out).
FFTC’s Holiday Gift Guide 2018 is Screen Free.
This year, we thought we would use our collective think tank of 12 children ranging from preschool to teen and let them tell you what kids want for Christmas that doesn’t include an electronic. Those gifts are out there and can be found.
I originally wrote this article in response to Pokémon Go. I’ve sat on the fence for two years whether to download the app. While I like the idea in theory — a treasure hunt for invisible creatures –, I’m not an app person, so I am unlikely to get around to downloading and then using it. However good treasure hunts are so much fun for everyone. Kids love collecting things. They love searching for these things they collect. There are endless ways to indulge this passion. While we are at it maybe we can create a happy family memory and learn something new.
The following is a list of several ideas for treasure hunts in the Twin Cities metro and greater Minnesota including FFTC’s very own mid-summer Treasure Hunt Contest.