By: Martianne Stanger It was a long, cold winter. Now spring is finally here! So, put away the coats and snow boots and break out the daypacks. It is time to get outside to take advantage of lots of hands-on learning and fun. Five favorite things we already have on our May calendar as possibilities … More Spring has Sprung. Get Outside for Learning and Fun!
By: Martianne Stanger Thanksgiving is coming! Do you know what that means? For some, it means feasting, football and family. For my family, it also means offering a cornucopia of thanks, plus enjoying outdoor fun and a step back into history. For several years running, we have thoroughly enjoyed heading over to Plymouth the weekend before Thanksgiving … More Enjoy the Festivities in Plymouth on the Weekend Before Thanksgiving!
By: Martianne Stanger What is 81 feet tall, is made of pure granite, and has stood for more than 120 years in a south shore community to remind its viewers of the values which the Pilgrims held dear? The National Monument to the Forefathers. Having grown up in Plymouth, I am no stranger to the … More Something to See This Thanksgiving Season
By: Kris Berry Guilt. If you are a mom, you know what guilt feels like. There is guilt for being too much of a “helicopter mom” and guilt for letting your kids play alone for too long. Guilt for letting them have that extra snack and guilt for feeling like they haven’t had enough. You … More A Guilt Free Mother’s Day
By: Kris Berry My sons, Blackbeard and Captain Hook, are obsessed with pirates. They make their little sister walk the plank when she’s done something naughty. They bring their foam swords everywhere (even to bed). I’m not allowed to call them by their real names, only “Blackbeard” and “Captain Hook.” They have already asked that … More Ahoy, Mateys!
By: Martianne Stanger Summer weather is upon us and even though it brings delight to some, for my husband, it can instigate drudgery. You see, he has a very long daily commute. And, since the A/C in his car broke over a year ago, with no funds to repair it, he gets to make a … More A Cure for a Long, Hot Commute: Dinner, Dancing and Delight by the Sea
The Project Arts of Plymouth will be continuing their 2011 summer concert series – a great free event to share with the family! The summer concert series will begin on Saturday, July 9 from 1 p.m to 9 p.m. with the all-day Harbor Folk Festival. Three additional Wednesday evening shows are scheduled for July 20, … More Plymouth is Getting Ready for the Project Arts Summer Concert Series!