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  • Family in town for the holidays? Consider these Harford County outings

    Family in town for the holidays? Consider these Harford County outings

    December is a festive month all over Harford County, with family-friendly celebrations of the season on stage, in homes and at parks. From ballet to movies, this month is packed with performances that are seasonally spirited and family-friendly, including a rousing Celtic concert and dance performance...

  • Play Cafe in Hampden on the market

    Play Cafe in Hampden on the market

    The owners of Play Cafe in Hampden are searching for a buyer as one of the two partners prepares to move overseas. Kathy Schott and Ryan Sterner opened Play Cafe at 3400 Chestnut Ave. in 2015, catering to Baltimore parents and their young children with a kid-friendly menu and play space. Sterner...

  • Mothering, guilt and this-too-shall-pass

    Mothering, guilt and this-too-shall-pass

    It seems like 10,000 years ago, but really was only about four(ish), when I was sitting on the living room floor in pajamas, bouncing my baby daughter, who was crying, and attempting to read a book to my twin boys, who were whining and fighting over which one would get to sit on my free leg. Since...

  • Maryland summer camps make affordable family reunion venues in the off-season

    Maryland summer camps make affordable family reunion venues in the off-season

    You've no doubt seen them at one point or another: A large, extended family, all in matching T-shirts, takes over a hotel, resort or theme park for what looks like a fabulous — and expensive — reunion. But big families can reconnect without spending a month's salary to do it. Each spring and fall,...

  • 'Awesome' times three: A kid meets a local hero

    'Awesome' times three: A kid meets a local hero

    As parents of black children, we are constantly looking for ways to make sure our three littles know about the people throughout history – the heroes and sheroes – who look like they do. Although all our nation’s great men and women are worthy of study and will be celebrated in our home, it’s important...

  • With the kids: 3 fall activities for Howard County families

    With the kids: 3 fall activities for Howard County families

    With a snap in the air and Halloween on the horizon, October is packed with fun, sometimes spooky, opportunities for family time. 1. Spooky sightings As the nights get longer and Halloween approaches, October is prime time to get up close and personal with things that go bump in the night. This...

  • Maryland farm creates Curious George-themed corn maze

    Maryland farm creates Curious George-themed corn maze

    America’s favorite curious monkey is finding a new adventure at MD Sunrise Farm in Gambrills. Curious George will star in Sunrise’s corn maze in honor of the beloved cartoon character’s 75th birthday year. The maze, located on more than eight acres of the former Naval Academy farm, will open Sept....

  • With the kids: 3 fall activities for Harford County families

    With the kids: 3 fall activities for Harford County families

    From crisp temperatures to gorgeous changing leaves, October offers plenty of incentives to get out of the house and into the great outdoors. Here’s a look at some of October’s best local family activities, whether you’re looking for a fright, wants to learn about nature or have creative energy...

  • 3 things to do with the kids in Harford County in September

    3 things to do with the kids in Harford County in September

    With summer coming to an end, it can be difficult to find things to do that provide a break from the hustle and bustle of school-year schedules. Here are three things in Harford County that can entertain the kids and provide them an opportunity to learn, give back or just have fun. 1. Kids for...

  • Dip & Doodle opens second kids' art studio in Havre de Grace

    Dip & Doodle opens second kids' art studio in Havre de Grace

    A ball pit, tents, foam building blocks and easily accessible easels greet young artists at Dip & Doodle Art Studio’s newest location on the Havre de Grace waterfront. This new “play space” is a distinguishing feature of the children’s art studio, which co-owner Ellie Yeatman, 26, opened in June...

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