Upcoming Meetups (via Meetup.com, join the Boston Dads Group to learn about upcoming get togethers. Send Mike a private message when you join!) – Weekly meetups, Friday mornings at Providence Public Library’s Cradles to Crayons program – Wednesday, 1/18 at Renaissance Gymanastics Academy – Wednesday, January 25th at Roger Williams Park Botanical Center It is […]
Join Erin Vinacco this Halloween for a free family yoga class on Halloween Day (October 31) at the Motion Center Yoga Collective, Hope Artiste Village, Pawtucket. Halloween Costumes are welcome! Regular weekly classes will be be held throughout the winter during Farmer’s Market starting Nov 1st, Saturdays 10-10:45am, $5 per participant. Free for little ones under 2! Come move, breathe, play […]
This Halloween, FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education) is encouraging food allergy families to start a new tradition: painting a pumpkin teal and placing it on your porch as a sign to other families managing food allergies that you have non-food treats available at your home. Your teal pumpkin is also a way to raise awareness […]
Ooops! Mother’s Day is this Sunday and you may well have forgotten or not got around to making a card or grabbing a gift for that special Mom in your life. Check out these easy ideas for all ages (including adults) to save your bacon just in time for Sunday morning! Paper Flower Pot (Food, Love and […]
This Sunday is Father’s Day! Â Quick! Â Panic! Â Dads can be some of the trickiest people to think of when it comes to unique, useful gifts. Without resorting to the usual tie or pack of socks, check out the ideas we’ve compiled for a few last minute, cheap and easy ideas. Local Activities Poppas love breakfast! […]
1. Quality time with the kids. A family outing or just dad and the kids may start with breakfast at home or at his favorite diner or coffee shop followed by an afternoon outing like a trip to the beach, park, or museum. My husband loves having bagels and lox at home as much as dining out at the Modern Diner in Pawtucket or Julian’s on the West Side.
2. An event. Give a gift-certificate (for two, if it includes you) to his favorite local restaurant or tickets to a sports game or music concert.
Now in it’s third year, the Better World By Design Conference (BWxD) is one of the many reasons to be excited about living in Providence and reminds us what we do, use and bus.Â Co-hosted by Brown and RISD, this event brings together 1,000 students, teachers, and leaders from around the world to discuss innovative […]
This year the Movies on the Block schedule unfortunately has few films appropriate for children. My boys LOVED seeing Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Star Wars on the big screen outside. Movies on the Block does make for a great affordable date night out. Free movies shown outside (in the empty lot across […]
One of my favorite things about social media is the influence it has on my real-life world. I built Kidoinfo using social media tools and it has allowed me to meet, connect with and form a community with amazing parents and businesses. The first Kidoinfo event, Parents Using Social Media, was standing room only at […]
Today meet local dad, Alex Taylor, another panelist from the upcoming Kidoinfo event, Parents Using Social Media. Please join us on February 9 at Bravo Brasserie. Click here for details. Kidoinfo: What neighborhood do you live in? Alex Taylor (AT): I live on the East Side, PVD, near Brown Stadium. Kidoinfo: Where were you born? […]