November 13th is World Kindness Day. This international observance was introduced in 1998 by the World Kindness Movement. It began as a way to highlight good deeds in the community, overlooking boundaries of race and religion, to recognize the common thread of kindness that we all can share.
Halloween fun all month long has given us a treat when we needed it most. Still wondering what you should do with the kids on the big day itself? While you may be tempted to skip festivities this year, there are plenty of ways to partake in annual October traditions – some classic, others new for 2020.
True social distancing can be a challenge with young children. Ideally, each guest would remain six feet apart and wear masks in close passing or when dishing food. There are many ways to celebrate a child’s birthday, even with social distancing in place!
Monday, February 17th is a federal holiday established in 1885 to celebrate the birth of first U.S. president George Washington. Nowadays, we typically celebrate ALL presidents on this civic holiday, but you can observe it however you wish with these fun activities!
Autumn is a blissful time where trees burst with dying beauty and blaze like torches, lighting the way to winter. Gathering our families up for a fall foliage hike is a treasured tradition for us here in the East End. Create warm family memories, enjoying an active, bright, clear weekend at one of these East End hidden gems.