Rhode Island is not exactly the obvious choice for skiers in New England. The highest point in our state, Jerimoth Hill stands at a lowly 812 feet above sea level and so it is hardly surprising that most folks travel further afield to hit the slopes. Â There are some reasonable local options however, which are […]
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Suzanne is a British expat living in an old beach house in Barrington, RI. Along with her husband, two daughters, Chloe (5) and Tilly (3mths) and two very silly Springer Spaniels, they can be found most days roaming local beaches and woods searching for treasures.
She owns Fitness in the Park, a post-natal fitness program for local parents and their children. She really believes that moving your body, in whatever shape or form, makes the world a better place.
Suzanne is a vegetarian, kettle-bell lifting, work-from-home Mom who dreams of balancing it all, traveling afar and having a full time cleaner.
As the flurry of December days rush by at a terrific pace, you may be like our family and still have many gifts still to buy. Â You see shopping is not one of our favorite sports and neither is spending stacks of money. Thinking up a frugal and exciting alternative to socks while possessing minimal […]
JUMP!, Providence’s premiere youth dance company will perform its holiday classic based on the book THEÂ POLARÂ EXPRESS by local author, Chris Van Allsburg on December 21 at 2pm and 6 pmÂ and onÂ December 22 at 2 pmÂ at The Nathan Bishop School, Providence, RI. This original dance-drama delights audiences of all ages. With a variety of dance styles […]
Today, we invite you to pad-up and enjoy the ride as we introduce a seriously cool local parent. Kevin Robinson aka K-Rob is much more than a BMX riding, ice cream loving, father of three! Born and raised in East Providence, Kevin is a 10 times X-games Medallist and current high air World Record holder […]
Bainbridge School invites the community to join a screening and discussion of the film “Room to Breathe”. A panel of experts on the integration of education and mindfulness will reflect on the film and take questions from the audience immediately following the screening. All ticket sales from the screening will go toward the expansion of […]
One of our favorite holiday traditions is to excitedly rush out of bed for twenty four December mornings to see what lies behind the little door on the Advent calendar. The origins of the Advent calendar comes from the Early 19th Century German Lutherans who would count down the first 24 days of December in […]
Rhode Island students in grades 4 — 12 are invited to take theÂ Letters About LiteratureÂ challenge by writing a personal letter to an admired author – someone who has written a book that has been an inspiration for change in their lives.Â The deadline is December 10, 2013 for grades 9-12 and January 10, 2014 for grades […]
As we begin to think about gorging and feasting on all things gluttonous this Thanksgiving season, a quick and healthy snack is always welcomed in our home. After scouring the virtual veggie world, (well, really just Pinterest), we found the following fun ways to prepare fruit and veggies for all ages. Turkey LunchÂ (Love this Pic) […]