The holidays are, hands down, my favorite time of year. But, it can bring with it a fair amount of stress. And if you come from an Italian family, like mine, well . . . fugget about it! So, if
The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association (ASTRA) recently unveiled its 2019 Best Toys for Kids award winners, selected by independent toy retailers across the U.S. To view the complete list of winners, pick up a copy of our November 2019 issue
Ever feel inundated with the quantity of shear stuff you manage in your everyday life? Kids’ toys, junk mail, closets full of clothing (and the inevitable laundry), electronic devices, craft supplies, kids’ schoolwork papers . . . for many
Welcome to our annual winter break camp guide, with fun day camp options for ages 3 through teen! To find the camp guide, pick up a copy of the November 2019 issue at any of these locations, or view the digital archive
With historic Fort Vancouver right in our backyard, Clark County is a special place to celebrate, honor and support the veterans of our community. Events The annual Lough Legacy Veterans Parade will be held on Saturday, November 9 along Officers Row.
Oregon Children’s Theatre's production of the picture book, “Me… Jane” is a sweet ode to the one and only Jane Goodall. A west coast premiere, Aida Valentine portrays a young Jane Goodall exploring her backyard with her stuffed chimp Jubilee,
“I hope I never see an article again about a kid who went to a party, ate the wrong chocolate chip cookie, and died. You [have to] keep bringing it up. It’s horrible. You can never let your guard down.”
Part 3 of a 3-part series on cooking with kids. In the first two installments of “Kids in the Kitchen” we looked at some of my favorite tips for getting kids started in the basics of cooking: how to keep them safe in
“October was a beautiful month at Green Gables, when the birches in the hollow turned as golden as sunshine and the maples behind the orchard were royal crimson and the wild cherry trees along the lane put on the loveliest shades of dark
According to the National Bullying Prevention Center, 20% of students report being bullied. And for some kids, this treatment is because of their race or ethnicity.