Are We There Yet?
Christmas decorations are starting to pop up, Santa is coming, and holiday parades are happenin' all around the area this weekend. Not quite ready for the holidays? How about a steel drum concert or a children's production of "Music Man"? Check it out!
We have an eclectic mix for you this weekend, whether you're in an outdoorsy, environmental mood or just have that holiday spirit! Not to mention a puppet show, the Harlem Wizards and National Gaming Day. Enjoy!
Didn't we just put the pumpkins away? Maybe, but it's already beginning to feel a bit like Christmas around here - or at least Thanksgiving. Kick off the next holiday season by helping fight hunger at Lincoln Square this weekend, or shop early for Christmas and Hannukah gifts!
You've got your pick of Halloween activities this weekend, with lots of trick-or-treating, haunted houses, a ghost train, pumpkin displays, Halloween parades and festivals, and even some spooky science. So grab your costumes and go!
Parents of young children with language delays may be interested in a free presentation Thursday afternoon by a speech pathologist specializing in "augmented" communication techniques, such as computers that speak or sign language.
Our yard is what you might call squirrel friendly.
Older neighborhood, mature trees, plenty of room for nests, berries everywhere and, most enticing of all, an oak tree loaded with acorns right across the street. The squirrels even eat the smelly fruit that falls from our infamous gingko tree (a behavior I’m happy to encourage).
Halloween is just around the corner, so take a ghost train ride, check out some cool pumpkin displays or go for a spooky skate this weekend! For a full Halloween calendar of events, check the E3 magazine in Thursday's News-Gazette.