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Meet Kimberly Neal

Kimberly Neal, JD Age: 36 Lives in: Catonsville Child: Caleb, age 4 Job title: President, TranZed Apprenticeship Ventures, a Children’s Guild affiliate partnering with an apprenticeship provider from the United Kingdom to deliver Maryland’s first apprenticeships in nontraditional occupations (IT, digital and social media, cyber security). Formerly, she was a …

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B’More Social: Feb. 17-19 How will you spend this warm winter weekend?

FRIDAY Tinker Tots Help your little aspiring engineers develop their motor skills in their very own Tinkertown. Carroll County Public Library Eldersburg Branch, 10 a.m., ages 2-5, registration required, library.carr.org The Shed: Shadow Puppets In this edition of the Maryland Science Center’s crafting series, learn to puppets with moving parts. …

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B’More Social: Feb. 10-12

FRIDAY Children’s Dinner Theatre Enjoy a fun evening with Pam the Kindersinger’s Icicle Ball! A casual dinner is served while parents and children watch singing, dancing, puppetry and more! St. James Academy, 5:30-7:30, tickets required, saintjamesacademy.org Swan Lake Experience the classic ballet as performed by the incredibly talented State Ballet …

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B’More Social Feb. 3-5 Enjoy a little family fun before the football game!

FRIDAY Black History Month Celebration at the National Aquarium This celebration “will focus on the roles African Americans have played within the Chesapeake Bay’s maritime and seafood industries and examine how they are shaping its future,” according to the Aquarium’s website. Enjoy food, demonstrations, activities and more–all included in the …

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February Calendar

Wednesday 1 Family Wonderful Wednesdays This special early childhood programming offers tailored activities and a calm environment for children aged 0-6 years. Wednesday mornings until April, Port Discovery, 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., free with price of admission, portdiscovery.org Diggery Digger’s Rock ‘N Roar Dino Show Rock along with paleontologist …

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The Cost of Kids Some pros caution parents to put their own financial needs first.

At least there’s one thing Americans across the spectrum can agree on: Having children is expensive. According to a statement issued by the United States Department of Agriculture in August 2014, “a middle-income family with a child born in 2013 can expect to spend about $245,340 ($304,480 adjusted for projected …

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