New Year’s At Home

By |2021-12-21T15:37:35+00:00December 15th, 2022|Activities & Things To Do, Family Fun|

The basic elements of New Year's Eve at home are some festive lights, wonderful food and drink, and a stellar movie playlist. Set the stage with a few candles and fanciful light strings to brighten dark corners and halls. Inexpensive patio lanterns or micro lights in mason jars will brighten these areas. Aim for even

August Days

By |2021-12-21T15:23:57+00:00August 15th, 2022|Activities & Things To Do, Family Fun|

Late summer is the month to begin gathering your supplies for making delicious preserves to enjoy over the winter. Making jam and other spreads is one of the easiest things to do. You may have memories of cooking berries and pouring the mixtures into jars. Preserves don't require any fancy equipment, just some sterile jars,

Summer Activities for Kids

By |2021-12-21T15:19:02+00:00July 1st, 2022|Activities & Things To Do, Family Fun|

July seems like the longest month of summer holidays because it's between June and August. The excitement of summer holidays has worn off and it's still two whole months until September. The days are long with lots of time to fill up between morning and evening. If your kids are looking for new things to

Picnic Essentials

By |2021-12-21T15:17:19+00:00June 15th, 2022|Activities & Things To Do, Family Fun|

Did you know that the word picnic is derived from the French word pique-nique, which is used to describe light meals taken outside. It was popularized during the French Revolution when the classes visited and mingled in parks and areas suitable for relaxation. Food was often simple but could be elaborate affairs depending on one's

Rainy Day Fun

By |2021-12-21T15:05:24+00:00March 15th, 2022|Activities & Things To Do, Family Fun|

Wet and soggy afternoons bring their own delights for adults and children. They're an opportunity to indulge in one's hobbies or to escape the house in search of treats and pleasures. A rainy day is the perfect excuse to catch up on hobbies and favourite past-times. If you're home with the kids, set-up a schedule

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