Textbooks are slamming shut as schools close for the summer. Now it’s time to crack open some fun! Public libraries across Los Angeles and Orange counties are gearing up for their 2012 Summer Reading Programs, rewarding readers of all ages for plowing through their favorite books.
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Pitch your pup tents, parents, because the Great American Campout is this Saturday! It’s part of the National Wildlife Federation’s campaign to get our kids back outside.
Little-known fact: back in the 18th century, the Transit of Venus helped superstar scientists like Isaac Newton nail down the exact distance between the Earth and the sun for the very first time.
Your kids won’t have a second to be bored this summer with Kidsguide’s long list of summer camps. Whether you’re a parent looking for safe-and-affordable daytime care, or a kid ready to find new friends, new hobbies and new skills, we have the perfect program for you.
With a bucket of popcorn, Junior Mints and sodas all around, an afternoon at the movies can take a big bite out of your budget. Keep some coins in your wallet with these family-friendly options. The following theaters offer new-to-you feature films at bargain-basement prices.
See just how easy it is for you and your kids to bike around town during the 2012 BikeFest Tour of Long Beach this Saturday, May 5, a day full of festivities aimed at showcasing Long Beach as “the most bicycle friendly city in the U.S.” Strap on your helmets and join the free […]
Twinkle, twinkle, little star – grab the kids and load the car! For a free and fascinating family night under the moon, head to one of the popular public star parties at L.A.’s historic Griffith Observatory.
The Earth Day Network estimates that a billion people around the globe will mark Earth Day on April 22, and you can be one of them! Whether you’re up for a family hike, a beach clean-up or a full-on festival, you’ll find the full list of our favorite events here…
Sneak in some math practice without your kids even knowing it with these fun books and games. Whether your kids are 5 or 15, we’ve got you covered.
You’ll have egg on your face if you try to pass off the same old Easter recipes this year. Add some egg-citement with these kid-friendly concoctions. Egg pops, deviled-egg chicks, Easter basket cupcakes – get cracking!