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It’s National Unicorn Day!

In case you didn’t know, it’s National Unicorn Day: A magical 24 hours when we’re approved to celebrate all things horned, hooved and theoretical. Unicorns have been a famous mythical creature since the Ancient Greek times when people believed they lived in exotic India. While they were initially considered to …

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Tame that Stress and Anxiety

It’s a workday morning and your mind races with thoughts of chauffeuring the kids around, managing a new project at work, renovating the basement — or maybe all of the above. You try to keep your worrisome thoughts at bay — after all, it’s not even 8 a.m. yet — …

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A Weighty Issue for Teens

It ain’t easy being a teen. No longer a little kid, but not quite independent. Identities are being forged; social dramas abound; limits are being tested; hormones are running amok; and you never know what your body is going to do on a daily basis. “Adolescence is a hard time …

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Rules for the Game

The benefits of sports for children are real: Both recreational and competitive sports can be pivotal in the formation of a child’s sense of self, allowing children to create a unique identity in relation to their peers, authority figures and the world. Participating in a sport at any level helps …

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Hop to It!

Sensory-Friendly Easter Event Sunday, April 7 Everyone should experience the time-honored tradition of visiting the Easter Bunny. This all-inclusive event will accommodate families with children who have special needs for a private photo session, where extra thought is given to help support children with extrasensory, physical and developmental needs. Eastpoint …

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Hockey in This Lacrosse Town?

Youth sports in the DMV have long been ruled by lacrosse and soccer. However, kids around the area have taken a shine to ice hockey, a sport that their Mid-Atlantic parents may have had little opportunity to play.  Today’s hockey programs are attracting a diverse group of young players and …

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Crafted Tales

Sketching, painting, poetry, photography and even the viola are represented in this collection of children’s books celebrating the arts. Board/Toddlers:‘ABC: Early Learning at the Museum’ Much more than your average alphabet ook, “ABC: Early Learning at the Museum” features artifacts from all over the world that can be found at …

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New Life for Plastic Bags

Last year, when China stopped taking plastic recycling from the U.S. and other Western nations, the owners of Glyndon Lord Baltimore Cleaners began to look into ways their business could be more eco-friendly. Sisters-in-law Janet and Christy Garman, whose family owns the dry-cleaning business, wanted to encourage customers to return …

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Full House

It needs to go. All of it. OK, most of it. It’s March and I am mad about the clutter. I am taking it into my own hands. I admit that when no one is looking, things go missing — for good. My husband is a hoarder and so is …

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Plan Your Best Party Now

Planning a party is no easy task! There are so many amazing options that today’s parents never dreamed of as kids. Our Party Guide is your one stop shop to finding everything you need to help your little ones feel extra special on their big day. Whether artsy or active, …

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Summer Camp: Unplugged at River Mountain

Forty-seven percent of teens say they are addicted to their phone. On average, kids spend over five hours a day on screens and just 12 minutes outside. If you’re concerned about your kids screen time, you’re not alone. River Mountain Retreat is a new camp experience that helps kids and …

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Confident Kids

Not every child wants to participate in a team sport. Many like to be active and learn new things, but at their own pace. Martial arts is often an activity that appeals to these kids, and for more than just its physical workout. “Martial arts has been around for thousands …

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February 17, 2020

Camp Tall Timbers Meet and Greet
at Washington Episcopal School in Bethesda

School is Out, History is In: Sewing!
at Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore

Little Leaders Book Club
at Central Library, Children’s Department in Baltimore

Monday Night Comedy Shows by Baltimore Improv Group
at Baltimore Improv Group in Baltimore

February 18, 2020

Lines of Sight: Signs and Signals of the Railroad
at B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore