Summer and therefore summer camps are over, a new school year has started. Take a minute and reflect on the last few weeks, and especially on the time your child spent in summer camp.
Did your child like the camp? Was it easy to sign up? Was it worth the price? Did your child feel safe?
We’ve prepared a list of questions that will help you evaluate the camp your child attended this summer and can help you decide on future camps your child is going to participate in. Read on.
August 16, 2019
Good news for our readers in Cedar Park! After successfully helping young and old develop their musical skills and teaching their students how to play an instrument, sing, dance, and act, at their location in Austin, Orpheus Academy of Music is opening a new location in Cedar Park!
Read on for details and how to get $50 off your first full month of music lessons.
August 7, 2019
The average costs for school supplies every year is $35 which creates an extra burden for already challenged families as well as for teachers, who often spend their own money buying missing supplies for their classrooms and students.
In order to ease the burden of both families and teachers, school districts that are continuously facing tighter budgets, are trying to outsource the financial obligation by requesting that parents help provide these supplies.
Here is a list of Back-to-School Programs and School-Supply Drives in and around Austin.
There are many reasons to go to the movie theater this summer:
- Bring a smile to your kid's face
- Carry the glorious title "Best Mom/Dad/Grandma/Grandpa/Aunt/Uncle/... ever!" (at least for a day)
- Stay cool
- Eat popcorn
- Eat more popcorn
- Take a nap
And here are many more.
Many children in and around Austin participate in the free or reduced meals programs at their school. When school is over for the summer it can be an expensive time for many families.
Fortunately, many schools and organizations in and around Austin offer a Summer Food Service Program where children age 18 and under can visit a summer meal site throughout the summer while school is out of session to receive free meals, snacks and participate in fun activities. Read on for participating locations.
It's getting hot! We need places to cool off! Thankfully, there are over 60 pools in the 512 that allow us to do exactly that.
Here's our list. Rate and leave a review for your favorite pool!
We all do it: I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!
But, is anybody screaming for vegetables? If you're screaming for this particular ice cream, then you actually are! And you will.
We’ve tried it. And so can you (hint, hint: we have a giveaway…).
Spring has sprung, temperatures are in the mid-70’s to mid-80’s. Warm enough for splash pad season, don’t you think? But, we’re not quite there yet. While the Georgetown and Round Rock splash pads open in April and March respectively, all other splash pads open the beginning of May.
Anyhoooo, here’s our list.
Award winning children’s and maternity consignment sale Just Between Friends Williamson County is coming back to Leander on May 1-4, 2019!
JBF Williamson County is a bargain hunter’s dream with 28,000 sq ft of quality items inspected by a recall specialist for 50-90% off of retail prices.
Bring your family, friends, besties, or make it a meet-up for your Mom group. Children, strollers, and wagons welcome.
Read on for details and enter for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate or one Exclusive Presale pass.
April 25, 2019
“Dance serves all the ends of individual growth; it helps to develop the body; it stimulates the imagination and challenges the intellect; it helps to cultivate an appreciation for beauty; and it deepens and refines the emotional nature." - Margaret H'Doubler
Let your child dance through summer! DANZA, Center for the Arts, offers week long summer camps for little artists ages 4-12.
April 23, 2019