By: Kathleen Blandin With Spring here, many of us start to put our minds in Spring Cleaning mode; we think about what has to be done, what we need to dig out from years prior and what things that we own that we hope we can find. Eight years ago, shortly after meeting my … More Lost Can Be Found
By: Tanya Pimental Last year, I mentioned that our family adores the Heritage Museum & Gardens in Sandwich, MA. It has now become a tradition that we visit each Mother’s Day. Having a Grammie and Pop that live nearby makes it extra special. There is something quite calming about wandering the grounds. If you find … More Heritage Museum & Gardens
By: Alison Puzia, Guest Contributor Spring break is almost here! If you want to stay in the area, but still do something fun with the kids, check out these awesome mini-trip and staycation ideas! 1. Visit Mystic, CT Take a day trip or spend a long weekend in Mystic, CT. It may be too cold … More Spring Break 2014
By: Mary Morris We just got back from a vacation on Cape Cod and we have a new addition to our massive stuffed animal collection. This is Puffy Poodle, which is a strange name since he looks part fish/part bird. There is no doubt he is super cute. We were on the Cape all but … More Meep
By: Martianne Stanger Where can you touch lobsters, crabs, sea stars, and more; discover how animals use shape, size, and color to adapt; solve problems like an engineer; and learn about the hazards and helpers of migratory birds? If you are a kid on or near Cape Cod this August, you can do so for … More Want to Be a Canal Kid?
By: Tanya Pimental It’s hard to believe today is our last day school. Usually we have a week or so between the end of the school routine, before heading off to the Cape Cod for some vacation time. Each year we spend the week of July Fourth exploring all our Cape Cod favorites and the … More Cape Bound