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Kathy Conners, owner of ABC Preschool in Gardiner, made volcanos as an art
project at her school. She shares her recipe with us so families can
make them at home!
Calling all amateur astronomers! There are three big skywatching events to view with your family during the month of August. Make a night of it!
Dr. Paul Schwartz on the importance of peers and what parents can do if they fear their child is being rejected.
Become a backyard boss! Prevent ticks with the BLAST method: Bathe, Look for ticks, Apply repellants, Spray the yard and Treat your pets.
You’ve heard of Tupperware parties, Mary Kay parties and Pampered Chef parties, but did you know you could host your own CPR party and learn life-saving basics right in your living room?
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Meet OB/GYN Dr. Molly Cowgill - Health Quest
Well, it can’t all be sunshine and rainbows around here. It’s unfortunately going to be a rainy weekend, but if you’re looking for some indoor fun with the kids, the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum is where it’s at. We headed over there this week for ...
I had a different, fun little piece ready to share, but when I opened my Facebook page my news feed was full of posts about Robin Williams’ suicide. My heart broke. Not because Hollywood lost a great actor, but as humans we lost a great one– his kindness, compassion, wisdom and joy now gone fr...
There are a lot of sayings and superstitions about the number three, such as “Third time’s a charm” or “Bad things happen in threes.” All I know is that by the time you get to baby number three, you either learn to roll with the punches or you may find yourself knocked out for the count. […]
This week was the last day of baseball for Beautiful People. They have an adaptive sports program for people with special needs. Every week the athletes try their hardest to play the best game they can. They have fun, joke around, and really excel at making Sunday the best day of the week. I know [...
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