Pumpkin Picking on Long Island – 2019

There are so many great farms on Long Island where you can pick your own pumpkins. It is one of our favorite fall activities and we know you love it, too. With so many great farms to choose from where will you go? *This list is not in any particular order, whether the farm is […]

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Long Island Haunted House Guide 2019

Here on Long Island we have a lot of places for teens and adults to go and enjoy a good scare during the Halloween season. There are great places to visit in Suffolk or Nassau County. Check out our list below. The Haunted Houses and experiences below are not listed in any particular order, they […]

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Panera Bread Catering

Do you have an event coming up that you need catered? We just had an event at our home and our bellies were beyond satisfied with what we ordered. Our guests were so excited to see the Panera Bread food they love on our dining room table. Our catering order included their favorite soups, salads […]

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Funky Entertainment “NEW” Selfie Mirror

  Our great friends at Funky Entertainment, Inc. were at my daughter’s first communion party this weekend with their “NEW” Selfie Mirror! It is portable fun that can go from table to table taking pictures of all of your guests. Guests of all ages will be excited to participate and it is the perfect addition […]

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Kids Bowl FREE – 2019

Sign your children up for 2 free games of bowling all summer long! Select bowling centers and schools around the country are participating in the first ever Kids Bowl Free program. This program is designed by bowling centers to give back to the community and provide a safe, secure, and fun way for kids to […]

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iD Tech Summer 2019

5 great reasons to attend iD Tech this summer!   This summer, tens of thousands of iD Tech campers will get hands-on with coding, game development, robotics, and design, making unforgettable memories cemented by fun-filled STEM learning experiences on prestigious campuses.

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Au Pair Child Care on Long Island

Have you ever been at a local park, the local library or at the children’s museum and seen young women caring for children — and occasionally speaking to each other in another language? Chances are they are au pairs, living with host families in town. Au Pair in America is the United States’ first au […]

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