The summer of 2020 may cause even the most hardy of Minnesotans to take stock of our priorities and adjust. Often we’re at home for long stretches of time and cut off from our social networks. We’re appreciating the arrival of spring and the chance to get outdoors like never before.
We have adjusted our annual summer bucket list with this in mind, getting creative and dreaming up fun things to do that don’t take too much effort besides gathering your family and maybe a few supplies.
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Everything under the sun you need to know about family fun this summer in the Twin Cities. Beat boredom and fill your long school break days exploring the best the Twin Cities has to offer in the way of parks, swim spots, community entertainment and local festivals with our Ultimate Summer Events Guide.
Transitioning to Distance Learning has been a rough ride for our family, and I know we aren’t alone.
Our kids’ teachers are focusing their effort on the hardest part of the school day: math and literacy. When they are done with with those two subjects and practicing their music, there are still HOURS in our day. This is when we could best use some educational enrichments available.