Richmond City’s pools are set to open the day after school lets out. All together now: “Thank you Richmond Parks, Recreation & Community Facilities Department!”
Richmond’s Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Facilities kicks off the 2015 Movies in the Park series on June 19th.
Tickets for the Children’s Museum of Richmond’s 3rd Annual College Tuition Raffle are now on sale.
One of this week’s events involves little kids reading to a dog named Bernard. If that doesn’t entice you…well, maybe this relationship we have going on just isn’t meant to be.
Regal’s Summer Movies Express hits Richmond on June 16th–which means you can consider your Tuesday and Wednesday mornings with the kids booked through mid-August.
MyBirth is working to change the way Richmonders think about pregnancy and birth–and helping parents-to-be learn about, celebrate, and take ownership of both.
It’s Memorial Day Weekend–the unofficial beginning of summer, y’all! Time to start finding ways to keep those kids busy/not all up in your face. Some ideas to get you through the next few days…
Registration is open for a new Mom’s Morning Out summer program at Ginter Park United Methodist Church in the Northside.
The City of Richmond offers some great summer camps, but the $250 price tag often leaves young residents who would benefit from them most unable to attend. But you (yes, YOU!) can help those kids out.
This weekend offers lots of opportunities for you to have fun with your kids AND expose them to stuff you loved when you were a wee whippersnapper yourself. Those things don’t always go together, btdubs, so act while you can.