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Events and fun activities on the South Shore and a bit beyond
Well, it’s June, and that means strawberry picking time! The strawberry season has a very short window, usually from mid June to early July. Blink and you might miss it. It’s such a great activity
Looking to make good use of your kids’ rock collection? We’ve rounded up our favorite rock craft projects from around the web. They’re perfect for a rainy morning or even a sunny afternoon!
Six fun Star Wars themed kids crafts for the little Jedis in your house. Enjoy on the fourth, or anytime!
The Big Apple Circus is a must see for families! $10 coupon code inside.
A list of the best sledding spots all around the South Shore.
Take me out to the ballgame, take me out with the crowd… Your kids can root root root for the Red Sox with these free printable coloring pages!
Spending the day getting lost in the corn maze at Sauchuk Farm = great fall fun!
The South Shore Natural Science Center’s 37th Annual Corn Festival is this weekend! Head on down for lots of family fun, and great food!
Got blueberries? Maybe too many? (not possible) Here’s a big ole list of yummy recipes to help you use those blueberries to their full potential. Enjoy!
Stuck inside? Try these fun and easy science experiments to break the boredom!
Whether you’re looking to stay inside or head outside to check out the snow, we’ve got some ideas to keep the kids busy this winter!
Grab these free Patriots coloring sheets for the little fans in your house!
Snow is good for a lot of things… sledding, snowball fights, snow angels, building forts… but have you tried Snow Ice Cream? It’s simple to make, and the kids will love it!
Apple orchards, pumpkin picking, hayrides, corn maze adventures… what’s on your Fall Bucket List?
Last week we took our annual trip to the blueberry farm, one of my favorite summer outings! In the past we have picked at C.N. Smith Farm and Ward’s Berry Farm, but this year we took our first trip to Tree-Berry Farm in Scituate. The weather was perfect, the kids were in happy, cooperative moods, and the blueberries were plentiful!
Use Do-A-Dot paint daubers with blank sheets of paper, or grab some of these printable dot-art activity pages and let the kids have at them!