Fuel Pizza is thrilled to announce the launch of their celebrated Field to Fuel program in Washington, DC. The goal of the program is to inspire a long-term love of vegetables in children, using pizza as a medium. Fuel Pizza is partnering with Kid Power DC, a local non-profit that builds gardens in DC [...]
Get your matzoh on this weekend! Participate in one or more of these authentic and delicious Passover events this coming weekend.
Here is listing of some of the most scrumptious Passover events in Washington, DC, April 6-14. There is enough variety here to keep you satisfied for the [...]
Photo Courtesy of Baby Bash & Bling
Are you a MOM who Rocks? Or do you know a MOM who Rocks? Whether you are a expectant mom or a mom, celebrate motherhood at Bloomingdale’s with the Baby Bash & Bling event. There will be great shopping and entertainment, and you can mingle with [...]
First Night Alexandriais the largest family-friendly and alcohol-free New Year’s Eve event in the region. Come see the laser light show crisscross the sky as 6,000 balls drop on revelers at the start of the New Year!
First Night Alexandria Fire Works Display (Photo Credit: travelwithkids.about.com)
On the lawn of the George Washington [...]
On Monday, December 5, Bella Bethesda Salon hosted a private Locks of Love event for 25 female students of Our Lady of Lourdes K-8 Catholic School in Bethesda in support of their fifth rrade teacher Ms. Kate Truax.
Photo Credit: Our Lady of Lourdes K-8 Catholic School
Ms. Truax has been battling leukemia [...]
Bloomingdale’s White Flint store, located in North Bethesda, Maryland, invites children ages six through eleven to the Modern Manners and Social Protocol Class presented by Carole Margaret Randolph on Sunday, December 11 from 1:30 to 5 p.m. in B Lounge on 3.
Carole Margaret Randolph (Photo Credit: http://cmrmanners.com/)
The class teaches children to [...]
When the conflict between the North and South exploded into war, the nation’s communication system was also ripped in two. Discover Civil War postal history and stamps through three free programs taking place at the Postal Museum on November 19th, all part of the Smithsonian’s commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War.
Who can take a deceptively childish activity like skipping rope and turn it into an acrobatic performance? Kata can.
Hailing from Hungary, Adrienn “Kata” Banhegyi has been skipping rope since she was seven, encouraged by her athlete father who trained his student athletes using jump ropes.
Adrienn Banhegyi (Photo Credit: Jackie Fishman)
It’s that time of year again. The air is crisp. The leaves turn fiery. Apples dominate the farmers market. It can only mean one thing: It’s time to shove your kid into a giant pile of pumpkins and gesticulate wildly to make him smile for a photograph before he bursts into tears or dashes [...]
Style, glam and sophistication awaits you (and your baby bump) at the Baby, Bash and Bling Expo at The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Silver Spring, MD on Saturday, October 22.
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This exciting event is a sophisticated soiree for expectant moms where they and their girlfriends can mingle, sip “bumptinis”, enjoy [...]