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5 Reasons Parents Send Their Kids to Camp

Summer is just around the corner and we’ve got the skinny on why many parents send their kids to camp each Summer. The American Camps Association (ACA) is a community all about promoting the benefits of Camp to kids nationwide. In the Summer, they concluded a 5-year long research project looking into the effects of ... Read More

5 Tips for Spring Home Buyers

It might still technically be winter, but when it comes to the housing market, Spring is here! Spring has historically been the busiest buying season, but as competition for homes heats up across the country, January and February have become the new April. Inventory is low and there is an increase in the number of ... Read More

Time Saving Cleaning Hacks for Moms

So much to clean, so little time! Especially when you’re a busy parent. If you’re not running kids around to all of their activities, they’re probably home messing up faster than you can clean up. With rooms, appliances, and furniture, around-the-home cleaning can be overwhelming. Stanley Steemer is here to show you how some cleaning ... Read More

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Red Mountain Theatre: Summer Camp Spotlight

Red Mountain Theatre camps teach theatrical craft while providing performance opportunities for youth. Their curriculum includes vocal, dance, and drama training and culminates in a staged performance, where students perform for live audiences. For more than 40 years, RMTC has served the greater Birmingham area, bringing arts education to youth and youth to the stage. ... Read More

4th Annual Festival of Tulips

Due to the weather, the Opening Day of the 4th annual Festival of Tulips has been moved to Saturday, February 22nd (weather permitting). Come and stroll through a field of 100,000 tulips in every color of the rainbow. Pick the ones you want to take home – tulips with the bulbs are only $1.50 each ... Read More

Parents vs Kids Night at Sidewalk Cinemas

In the Olympic Athlete Village, a young cross-country skier bonds with a volunteer doctor after her competition ends. Hey Parents, when’s the last time you went to the movies and saw a film meant for an adult audience? Months ago? Years maybe? Well, wait no longer! Join us for Parents vs. Kids Night at the ... Read More

Spring Break Camps in Birmingham

Spring break will be here before your know it! Check out these fun camps and classes to keep the kiddos busy! Birmingham Zoo, Zoo Camp | March 23rd – 27th Hands-on science, nature play, conservation and zoo learning. Register Here Red Mountain Theatre Company, Spring Break Blast | March 23rd – 27th | 9am – ... Read More

Birmingham Mardi Gras Guide: Where to celebrate with the kids

Not able to make it down to the Big Easy for Mardi Gras this year? Good news! Whether you’re craving the food, the King Cake, or the parades, there are several options for celebrating here in the Magic City, and bonus points… they’re kid friendly! MOMS Club Mardi Gras Parade | February 25th, 4pm | ... Read More

Easy DIY Valentine Ideas!

If you’re looking to do something a little more than just the store bought Valentine Cards, but is still super simple, try one of these ideas you can do on the cheap and pretty quick! Handmade Valentine’s Day Cards Supplies needed: plain white prepackaged cards and envelopes – available at craft stores red or pink ... Read More

Recipe: Best Valentine Sugar Cookies, Ever!

If you’re looking for an amazing sugar cookie recipe, look no further! You can make these cookies as thick or as thin as you want- and if you want to smack some serious frosting on that thing, go for it! The great thing about these cookies is you can make them for any holiday, St. ... Read More