January 21, 2020
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Pick-your-own apples season at Bishop’s Orchards in Guilford is open through late October. Photo by Winter Caplanson

Best Mom Tips for Pick-Your-Own Outings

When it comes to fall in New England, a must-do on many people's list is a pick-your-own fruit outing at a local farm. Fall crops include raspberries, pears,...

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Kids Thrive at Local Montessori School

Shoreline School of Montessori is a preschool and kindergarten that has been proudly serving shoreline area families since 1985. Back then, "playschools"...

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Keep Your Kids Safe In and Around Water This Fall & Winter

There is a list of basic life skills all parents instinctively teach their children to keep them safe and healthy—habits like looking both ways...

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Teaching Good Fiscally Responsible Habits at Every Age

Today more than ever, financial responsibility seems to be becoming a more abstract concept as payment methods reach beyond credit cards and people are able ...

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Chester Elementary held a New Family Night at Camp Hazen with dinner, cookies, and fun games for the family at Camp Hazen YMCA on Sept. 29, 2016. Photo by Kelley Fryer

Summer Camps: Kids Weigh In

We may be in the depths of wintry weather, but it's time to start thinking about summer camps and what your children will spend their days doing once school ...

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Colin and Ethan Conerford have fun at the Deep River Public Library Dance Party Story Time on Jan. 7, 2017. Photo by Wesley Bunnell

Break Cabin Fever: Where to Take Your Kids in February

Thursday, Feb. 8Yoga & Mindfulness: 9:30 to 10 a.m. Henry Carter Hull Library, 10 Killingworth Tpke., Clinton. For info, call...

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She Wants to Be an Eagle Scout

The news made headlines when it was announced in October: Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has invited girls to join.So, now what?For BSA, the...

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It's Healthy for You, But is it Healthy for Your Kids?

If there's one thing adults love to obsess over, it's their diets. For some, a diet just means eating more fruit or cutting down on carbs to lose weight,...

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How to Get a Grasp on Screen Time

Screens are ubiquitous. They're at the self-checkout in the grocery store, on your car's dashboard, even at the gas station to catch your attention while...

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Kids can meet wildlife up close at the Meigs Point Nature Center, in Hammonasset Beach State Park. Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Source

For Kids on the Shoreline, There’s Never “Nothing to Do”

Parents know that sinking feeling when they realize their children are about to spend another uneventful day hanging around the house. There's no excuse....

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Stay Camp

Whether or not your children are going to attend camp this summer, they’re probably going to have some slow days at home. You can turn those...

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Photo courtesy of the Connecticut River Museum

Picking the Right Summer Camp

With the wide variety of camps on or near the shoreline, choosing one isn't easy. But all those choices also mean that you can probably find a camp that is...

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