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It’s cold and it’s definitely winter in Calgary. Hopefully you have been able to enjoy time outdoors with your household, getting in some fun activities and fresh air this winter.
by Jim Grove, activeforlife.com As winter settles around us, it’s important to make a special effort to stay active outdoors, even in chilly weather. At the same time, we know there will be occasions when the weather is simply too extreme to be outside. The indoor winter activities below provide easy solutions for kids to stay
Calgary Zoo ZOOLIGHTS, presented by Olympia Trust Company, is back for its 24th year! Calgary’s award winning, magical holiday tradition will be glowing for six weeks (November 20, 2020 – January 3, 2021) of festive family-friendly fun. The zoo is committed to helping you enjoy the magic of ZOOLIGHTS in a safe and physically distanced way while supporting wildlife conservation.
by Trista Arney, Staff Writer
With Thanksgiving over, we’re ready for Halloween! Whether you plan to get out and experience the fun events local businesses have coordinated or are planning to celebrate at home with your cohort, we hope that you will have a safe and enjoyable Halloween. Local businesses have several events happening to celebrate this spooky season – some free and some with fees.
by Trista Arney Schools often have “spirit days” or themed weeks (think ‘crazy hair day,’ ‘sports jersey day’ for example) for kids to participate in. These fun little activities break up the days of teaching with out-of-the-ordinary experiences and memories while giving children the chance to get creative! At home, my family has had a
by Trista Arney
I’ve done some of the leg work for you and compiled some fun resources and ideas to keep Pokémon-crazy kids (like mine) entertained! There are many more resources available by searching the web, Pinterest, or education-specific websites like TeachersPayTeachers.