More than mere table decoration, acorn squash is a fabulous cooking squash and it is now exactly in season.
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By Cristina M DiChiera If you have a child between six and ten years old, be sure to take them one of these upcoming Picture Book 101 Workshops: October 8 & October 15 at 3:45pm, Weaver Library, East Providence (401-434-2453) October 9 at 4-6pm, Knight Memorial Library, Providence (401-467-2625) December 9 at 6:30-7:45pm, Cranston Public […]
From crayons to chalkboard art, painting is one activity that pretty much every child enjoys and for good reason: what kid could turn down a chance to get messy with mom’s permission? Whether you’re looking for a family project or just trying to find something to occupy your little one for a while, following are […]
I was not at the parent meeting on September 17 at the JCC prompted by the plethora of school bus issues this year in Providence. Providence parent and organizer Michelle Meek shares a brief update below after the meeting in regard to the Providence school bus problems. She has outlined key problems and immediate, short […]
Choosing the right child care for our kids can be daunting. We want the best for our child but how do we find that perfect place with quality care, compatible schedule, space availability and a price we can afford? Reader Cecilia Pirotto shares wisdom garnered from her personal search for the “best” daycare for her […]
Reviewed by Marcia Fowler Did you know Ida Lewis, light house keeper, was only 16 when she saved four boys from drowning in Newport Harbor? Or that Sarah Doyle spent her adult life working towards girl’s and women’s education in Rhode Island? Starting with Ann Hutchinson, co-founder of Rhode Island, and ending with Elizabeth Beisel, […]
By Bernadette Noll Of course the song says it’s easy. And in our hearts and minds we really want it to be, but in reality, easy can take some planning. When everyone’s in school for months on end, we can idealize the long summer days, the day trips, the stack of books we’ll read, and […]
To get off the weight loss cycle of one step forward, two steps back, we need to focus on truly important life goals – health, happiness and setting positive examples for our ourselves and our families.
Nutrition and exercise should not be an annual intervention, but a part of our everyday life. Maybe if we were focusing on goals that are truly meaningful to ourselves, we’d be more successful. What if we cared – really cared – more about being happy and healthy? It sounds like a dream!