Monthly Archives: September 2012

Here’s Lookin’ At Wednesday–October 3, 2012

image credit Wild Rumpus Raina Telgemeir, Drama6:00 pmFree image credit Silverwood Park Grandparent and Child Clay10:00 am-11:30 amFor ages 3-6 and grandparent$15Make a clay project together with inspiration from autumn.  It will get messy! Reservations REQUIREDCall 763 559 6700, reference #  437803-07

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Twin Cities Family: Free September 27-October 1, 2012 Weekend

Many thanks to Lollipopolis and Free Family Fun. Friday, September 28 The Red Balloon Bookshop Molly Beth Griffith, Silhouette of A Sparrow 6:30 pm Saturday, September 29 Wild Rumpus Molly Beth Griffith, Silhouette of A Sparrow 1:00 pm Mill City Museum Mill City … Continue reading

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Twin Cities Family: $5 or Less September 27-October 1, 2012 Weekend

Many thanks to Lollipopolis and Free Family Fun. Saturday, September 29 image credit Minnesota State Capitol State Capitol Art Treasures Hunt 10:00 am-3:00 pm$2 (for self guided brochure–find it at the Capitol Information Desk)Eastman Nature Center, Elm Creek Park Reserve Fall Color Tram Rides 1-2, … Continue reading

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Twin Cities Family: More Than $5 September 27-30 Weekend

Many thanks to Lollipopolis and Free Family Fun. Thursday, September 27 Stages Theatre Company Duck for President 10:00 am, 12:30 pm $5-$15 (these performance times are available on Wednesday, too) Heartfelt Anytime Crafts Daisy Doll Available during store hours $10 Washington County Historical … Continue reading

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What to do on Saturday, September 29, 2012?

You may be like me looking for something to do on Saturday.  You’ve checked out my 3 different lists More than $5  $5 or Less  Free And still haven’t found anything that interests you.  Here are some additional ideas.  Preschool … Continue reading

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Guidelines For Planning Out Effective Battlefield Tours For School Children

this is a guest post.  I was not compensated in any way for publishing this article. School children are often taught about historical events and wars through textbook reading.Although, there are various amazing books which have depicted the conflicts of … Continue reading

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10/1-10/5 Preschool Activity List

Monday, October 1Lowry Nature Center, Carver Park ReserveKits & Cubs Slugs & Snails 1:00 pm-3:00 pmfor ages 4-5$10 Call 763-559-6700Reference Number #411316-13 Tuesday, October 2 Silverwood Park Doodlebugs 9:30 am-11:30 am or 1:00-3:00 pmfor ages 4-5$10 Call 763-559-6700Reference Number # 437819-04 Richardson Nature Center, Hyland Lake … Continue reading

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