Long Island’s own 102.3 WBAB and 106.1 BLI’s Fall 2018 Touch-a-Truck is back!
Touch-a-Truck is a wonderful event where kids can explore the different types of trucks and equipment from police cars and fire trucks, to bulldozers and front loaders. Children will have the opportunity to not only sit in the trucks, but learn about their abilities and what makes these machines so fascinating.
Major Long Island Organizations Unite for Festival to Celebrate Honeybees
Sweet Bee’s Honey Festival to Feature Honey Tastings, Local Foods, and Craft Beverages, together with STEAM Programming & Family Fun.
Sweet Bee’s Honey Festival will debut on Long Island at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City, NY, across from the Nassau Coliseum, on Sunday, November 4, from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. Attendees will celebrate the life and work of the honeybee with tastings and sales of a wide variety of local, regional and international honeys, as well as baked goods, chocolates, specialty foods, ready-to-eat foods and local craft beverages (meads, wines, spirits, hard ciders and sodas) from approximately 80 vendor booths.
Attention future artists and designers ages 12 and under!
IKEA U.S. is announcing the launch of its fifth annual Soft Toy Drawing Competition, inviting children ages 12 and under* to help create its next soft toy collection. From October 16 – November 8, 2018, children can share drawings of their very own imaginary creatures, with the chance of turning them into real soft toys sold in all IKEA stores globally.
It is so much fun creating your own costumes. It is more fun when you can turn into one of the beloved characters in one of your favorite storybooks.
We have teamed up with local Momee Friend, Elizabeth Hashagen to show you how to get crafty and make some great costumes without spending lots of money to make them. Check out the Fall Fun segment on News 12 this morning.
A sneak peak into what a Nanny does and gets out of her day to day from a local Long Island Nannies point of view.
Hi all, I’m Lucy, I have always loved working with children. I started babysitting at 13 years old around my neighborhood and, as soon as, I was old enough I applied and started working at a daycare. I was the toddler teacher for over 10 years. There wasn’t a day that i didn’t love to walk through those doors and see my babies. Year after year I got to teach, love and be a constant person in these kids lives. After time I decided I need something more and that’s when I decided to become a Nanny.