Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Meghan Yudes Meyers

DC Metro KIds Weekend Events: Apr. 22-24

This Fri. we celebrate this big ball we call home. We rounded up a number of ways you can get creative on Earth Day at home. Or enjoy the great outdoors with some of the local celebrations listed below...

Yes, Your Child Needs a Stroller Wagon

You know who loves stroller wagons even more than kids? Parents. Stroller wagons are kids’ favorite place to ride, since they’re roomy enough for friends, stuffies and snacks. These sweet rides will serve your family long after your child...

DC Metro Kids Weekend Events: Apr. 1-3

No fooling, this weekend kicks off on Apr. 1. Get in some laughs and harmless fun with this list of kid-friendly pranks. Then fill the weekend with hands-on activities and theatrical fun, from a stage performance of Peppa Pig to...

Spring Break Camps: 5 In-Person Options for DC Kids

No plans for Spring Break? No problem! A week off from school doesn’t have to lead to a case of cabin fever. Keep your kids active and engaged with one of these spring break camp. Your child’s day will...

No Place Like Home! Top Spring Break Staycation Ideas

Millions flock to DC for their annual getaway, so we know it is the perfect spot for a family vacation. With museums, national parks, and small towns nearby, why not plan a staycation this year? Skip the long road...

19 Local Playgrounds with Tons of Shade

DC’s summer is here in full effect, which can make chasing your little on the playground a sweaty endeavor. Hit one of these DC-area playgrounds where you can count on some trees or well placed umbrellas to beat the...

The Best Places to Volunteer with Your Kids in DC

Volunteering is not only a great way to spend family time, but it can help foster your child’s social skills, grow their sense of empathy and expose them to new interests. From creating custom cards for the troops to...

7 Ways to Give Back: DC Groups That Need Your Support NOW

A small effort can have a big impact on your local community. Whether you’re looking to rehome some of your personal possessions, willing to shop for other people in need or eager to share your expertise with others online,...

Wee Bit O’ Fun! 14 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

You don’t have to hop a flight to feel like you’ve crossed the pond this St. Patrick’s Day. Check out an authentic Irish pub in DC that features live music nightly or head to Baltimore for the only Guinness...

DC Metro Kids Weekend Events: Mar. 11-13

Spend the weekend digging in the dirt and get ready for spring (it’s right around the corner!). Learn to make your own pollinator garden to attract endangered butterflies and birds or volunteer as a family and help grow nourishing...

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