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Are you looking for a fun and festive holiday activity for all ages? Would you like a little science in your holiday fun? Well then “Science of the Holidays” at Sci-Quest Hands-On Science Center is exactly what you need!
Like most parents, I worry about my child’s health—more specifically about his eating habits since he basically only eats about a dozen foods and won’t try anything new. Well, it turns out there is a local program where kids have fun while learning about exercise and healthy food choices. It’s called Savvy Kids Fitness, and […]
Fresh. Homemade. Made from scratch. This is how the food is prepared at Sidelines Family Pub & Grub in Madison. The veggies aren’t microwaved; they’re steamed fresh. The chicken is hand cut, hand breaded and fried to order. Their mac and cheese and mashed potatoes are made from scratch and so delicious. Nothing is frozen. […]
A few weeks ago, I happened to see a post in a Facebook group about a local farm called Paso Fino Farms that offers date night horseback riding. Seeing it, I pictured a happy couple riding off into the sunset together and it immediately sparked my interest since it was very, very different from the […]
In lieu of a family vacation or staycation, my family decided to take a day trip to Chattanooga. I love how close it is to North Alabama! If you have younger children or grandchildren in your family, you should make plans to check out the Creative Discover Museum, located in downtown Chattanooga and very close to the Tennessee Aquarium and great restaurants.
The last time I went to the Tennessee Aquarium, I was a kid and I thought it was the best place in the world to visit. Now that I’m a mom myself, my family decided to go and I was pleasantly surprised at how much is grown! There are now TWO buildings to visit—one is […]
Gilwood Park is “a park dedicated to the ones that lost their life in the April 27th, 2011 tornadoes from Madison and Limestone Counties in Alabama.” It began as a memorial to Shannon Gail Rudd Sampson, the daughter of Cindy and Ken Mitchell but grew into a park to honor all those lost. It’s nestled […]