Category Archives: Kid Friendly

The Best Cosplay Tips for Beginners

The Best Cosplay Tips for Beginners

Cosplay, the portmanteau of costume play, is becoming one of the most popular activities today. Many people enjoy the creativity and freedom they get from dressing as their favorite movie, television show, anime, video game, or comic book characters. Cosplay gives these people a chance to show off their hard work and dedication since many…

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Walk In to Busy Bees Pottery & Art Studio

     Busy Bees Pottery & Arts Studio is a contemporary studio where you can create original pieces of art using a myriad of mediums. Finished pieces are displayed throughout the studio providing you with endless ideas and inspiration.      The studio is open 7 days a week for drop-in fun and creating! The…

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Mascot Hall of Fame Special Events

Check out these exciting special events right down the road at the one and only Mascot Hall of Fame.           At 11a.m. Feb. 20 it’s fun for the tiniest of mascots with Tiny Mascot Storytime.  Children under 5 are free with purchase of an adult admission.       Mascot Mardi Gras Celebration goes on with a…

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Dunes Learning Center

     Dunes Learning Center at Camp Good Fellow in Indiana Dunes National Park has education programs to inspire lasting curiosity and stewardship with nature.      Immersed in nature, Dunes Learning Center connects learners of all ages with the natural world through lessons in conservation and sustainability led by professional educators in an outdoor…

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Lowell Labor Day Festival

     For over 75 years the Lowell Labor Day Festival has been a part of the Labor Day weekend festivities. The Labor Day weekend in Lowell is a tradition of the state as it incorporates the longest running Labor Day Parade in the state and the Festival kicks off the weekend with family fun.…

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Step Outside of the Box: 5 Ways to Foster Creativity in Kids

Step Outside of the Box: 5 Ways to Foster Creativity in Kids

Hopefully, we witness those moments where a child lights up with joy and excitement when they’re doing something they love. Whether they’re dancing around the kitchen or running around the playground with other kids, this bright spirit fills up our own. But sometimes, more often now than in the past, we see children stuck to…

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Living Positively: Ways to Have More Gratitude in Every Day

Living Positively: Ways to Find More Happiness

     Life can get pretty overwhelming, and when we’re trying to speed through all the tasks we need to accomplish, we tend to forget to take a look around us. We forget to stop and smell the roses. We forget to love our loved ones a little harder. If you’re tired of living at…

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Trunk Or Treat – Lansing – 2 Nights!

TWO TRUNK N TREATS 6pm – 8pm, TWO NIGHTS! Friday October 25th & Saturday October 26th Bring your little ghosts, goblins, princesses, ninja’s, super action heroes out for an evening of safe trunk N treating on our grounds! TWO NIGHTS OF SCARY FUN including Haunted House, Hayrides, Bonfire & Candy – everyone is invited! $5.00…

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Haunted Trails & Fest at Friendship Gardens

Friendship Botanic Gardens will host its annual Haunted Trails and Family Fall Fest on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 2 to 5 p.m. CDT. Children are invited to wear their Halloween costumes for a night of family-friendly scares set in the winding nature trails of Friendship Botanic Gardens. There will be trick-or-treat stations located along the Haunted…

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Improvements to Soldiers Memorial Park & Stone Lake Planned

     The City of La Porte Park and Recreation Department is preparing a master plan to make improvements to Soldiers Memorial Park. The first draft of the plan is available by clicking on the link below. The public may comment on the plan through August 15 by contacting Jon Ruble at Planned Environment Associates…

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