Back to School 2016

Back to School 2016

Summer isn't over yet! Congratulations to 8-year-old Nora D. of Sandown, NH, winner of our Hodgies Too Build-Your-Own Ice Cream Contest! Nora's "Seaside Caramel" ice cream will be made and sold at Hodgies Too this September. Stop by and try ...

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Fall Classes & Activities Guide 2016

Fall Classes & Activities Guide 2016

Choosing extracurriculars is a no-brainer if your child has expressed a strong interest in a particular activity, but for many parents fall is the perfect time to "throw the spaghetti against the wall" to see what sticks. Here are 16 ...

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Gear Up for Fall Soccer at Seacoast United Admirals

Gear Up for Fall Soccer at Seacoast United Admirals

At Seacoast United Admirals there are multiple opportunities for developing soccer players, ranging from the ages of 4 to 10 years old. For those athletes just starting out we recommend one of our Grassroots classes. These 8-week sessions are designed ...

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Fall Programs for Beginners at Archers Artemis

Fall Programs for Beginners at Archers Artemis

Editor's note: Watching my seven-year-old daughter shoot a balloon out of the air with a bow and arrow at summer camp was the BEST. So glad to be featuring this program in our newsletter!*****Archers Artemis in Georgetown offers archery instruction ...

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Register Now for Fall Ice Skating Lessons at Graf Rink

Register Now for Fall Ice Skating Lessons at Graf Rink

Did you know that Newburyport is home to its very own ice skating rink? The Henry Graf, Jr. Memorial Skating Rink offers an outstanding range of year-round ice skating programs for ages 3 and up, and now's the time to ...

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Save Money on Back to School Shopping

Save Money on Back to School Shopping

After Holiday shopping, back-to-school shopping is one of the most expensive things we need to do! But we have some tips for saving money on this bank account drainer! Check ads for supply sales. This is happening now! Check the ...

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Coping with Back to School Anxiety

Coping with Back to School Anxiety

It's hard to believe it's already that time of year again, and we're talking about s-c-h-o-o-l! For some kids it's a happy time. They get to be reunited with their friends and they get to move up a grade and ...

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Back-to-School Tradition: The First Day Interview

Back-to-School Tradition: The First Day Interview

This back-to-school tradition takes just a minute or two, but over time you'll have an amazing keepsake documenting how your child has grown and changed over the years. So put on your reporter hat, grab a pencil, and ask these ...

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Back-to-School Tradition: First and Last Day Pictures

Back-to-School Tradition: First and Last Day Pictures

With the first day of school right around the corner, I am sure you are just as busy as I am trying to get all the details ironed out. In all of the hustle and bustle, don't forget to plan ...

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Friendship 101

Friendship 101

When I was a kid, I had a hard time making friends. I was always made fun of because of my height (I am 6'3" now, so I was always really tall in school.) and didn't really make a lot ...

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Eva's Bookshelf: Back-to-School Reads

Eva's Bookshelf: Back-to-School Reads

Whether your child is just starting school, returning to school, or beginning at a new school, the new academic year is a crucial time to reinforce the lines of parent-child communication. If “How was school today?” doesn't get your child ...

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How to Host Your Own Kindness Rocks Party

How to Host Your Own Kindness Rocks Party

Imagine strolling through a playground or public park and finding a beautifully painted rock inscribed with a happy, hopeful word or message. Wouldn't that make your day? That's the idea behind The Kindness Rocks Project, a grassroots movement started by ...

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