As parents worry how to keep the kids occupied over the Thanksgiving break, Shine steps in to fill the void! And with Thanksgiving falling so late this year, Christmas will soon be upon us. Here are a few events happening in Long Island and around the East End this month to get you into the spirit of the holidays.
Whether you live in the East End or you’re looking to get out of Manhattan for a day, the Hamptons provide a wealth of environmental treasures for families. These destinations evoke a sense of wonder, awe, and imagination in young and old alike – and autumn is the perfect season to explore!
From melting Popsicles to digging in the garden to gooey marshmallows around the campfire, there’s no shortage of ways to enjoy life to its filthy fullest this summer. The kids are home from school and the days are longer, so it’s the perfect time to get outside with science projects that are both educational and fun.
Now in its 18th year, summer’s Make Music New York festival provides the opportunity to introduce your child to different styles of music around the city. Billed as “inclusive, adventurous, and fun,” you’ll find the energizing spirit of celebration is something your family can look forward to each year.
The sun is crossing the celestial equator this week ushering in the spring season with 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness. The first day of spring has been celebrated for some 8,000 years. Here are some fun ways to celebrate the Spring Equinox with your children.