Paper Mache Easter Eggs

It is a Paper Mache crafty kind of day! How colorful and beautiful are these eggs?

I am obsessed with paper mache because it is so inexpensive and fun to make with your kids. Be sure to cover the area you are working with this is a messy job. Fun and messy : )

It takes about 36 hours for the paper mache to dry! It must be completely dry before you can paint it.

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Ice Skating on Long Island

It is that time of year to break out your ice skates and head to a local rink.

Not sure where to go? Then check out our list of indoor and outdoor places to skate this winter season with your family and friends.

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Our list has locations in both Nassau and Suffolk County.

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Long Island Apple Picking – 2017

Looking to go Apple Picking on Long Island?

We have some great places listed below where you can Pick Your Own and enjoy a lot of FALL family activities at our local farms.

Please call any of the farms below before heading out to make sure they have fruit available for picking!

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Total Solar Eclipse Fun on Long Island

On Monday, August 21st, 2017 all of North America will be able to see the Total Solar Eclipse. On Long Island the visibility will be at about 70% (weather depending).  Are you as excited as we are?

 

In this post we have a fun guide to places you can visit with your family on Long Island this Monday along with do it yourself activities for your own backyard viewing party.

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News 12- Dinosaur Fun

Kids of all ages and adults love dinosaurs!

These sensory activities will keep the kids busy and happy for hours.

These activities are fun to make for a rainy day or to use when playing outside.

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FREE Drop-In Recreation Programs in North Hempstead Town

Town Offering FREE Drop-in Recreation Programs at Three Parks!

Activities for Town residents to run from July 5 to August 18

North Hempstead Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth and the Town Board are pleased to announce that the Town’s Parks and Recreation Department is now offering drop-in summer recreation programs at Broadway Park in Garden City Park, Charles J. Fuschillo Park in Carle Place and John D. Caemmerer Park in Albertson from July 5 until August 18.  The programs are completely free and do not require registration. They do require that the child be accompanied by a parent, who must remain at the park while the child is participating in the program.

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