With numerous fun, inexpensive activities and restaurants in Baltimore that are senior citizen friendly, there’s no reason not to treat grandparents to a day around town. Take the opportunity to learn more about where you come from while enjoying some of the best highlights Baltimore has to offer.
With the right resources, finding a new job in Baltimore doesn’t have to be stressful or feel overwhelming. This go-to list features the best resources available to job hunters in the city including one-stop job resource centers, leading-edge career development programs, essential computer training and more – everything you need to make your next job search a success.
The biggest holiday of the year for many Asian cultures, Lunar New Year falls on Feb. 10, 2013 and officially starts the “Year of the Snake.” Both in Baltimore and in the surrounding area, numerous communities will be gathering for this epic celebration of Asian culture, history and arts. Whether you’re just interested in learning more or would like to take an active role in the festivities, check out this list for the best options for celebrating the Lunar New Year locally.
If you’re feeling guilty about leaving your dog home alone all day, many offices in the Baltimore region are warming up to the idea of welcoming dogs into the workforce as an added perk to both employees and pets. If you’re seeking a new dog-friendly workplace, start your job search with these companies.
Joining a Baltimore homeschool group is not just about giving children access to group activities to build socialization skills. These organizations also provide parents with support, education, advice and the best resources for home educators and their families in the area. These are the cream of Baltimore’s homeschooling crop.
While letting the kids cook may sound like a disaster in the making, allowing them to prep ingredients is a chance to bring learning into the kitchen. Use measuring spoons to enhance math skills and work on spelling with unique ingredients. If there’s a little mess, cleaning up is a great way to teach responsibility. Baltimore’s chefs understand how important it is to get kids in the kitchen, so they offered up these great cooking ideas just for families.
Dress up the whole family and prepare for a night, or afternoon, on the town this New Year’s Eve. The Baltimore area hosts several safe, alcohol-free alternatives for parents and kids who want to have fun while celebrating the countdown to 2013. These are the best family friendly parties for you and yours this New Year’s Eve.
Today’s pets are truly part of the family, so it’s no surprise they receive treats for the holidays too. Whether it’s a 150-pound mastiff or the kids’ new kitten, taking care of the pets on the holidays is just as much fun as buying grandma a new bathrobe. Before hitting the stores, check out these great holiday gift ideas for dogs, cats or any special pet in Baltimore.
Hanukkah is a time to remember Judah Maccabee and the Jewish resistance to the Greek attempt at a cultural takeover around 168 B.C.
For the gift that shows how much you care, go homemade this Christmas at one of these local Baltimore shops. From Build-A-Bear to pottery, knitting and more, children and adults are guaranteed a great time while making the perfect gift this holiday season.
Santa’s very own theme park, the Festival of Trees presented by the Kennedy Krieger Institute, features more than 600 trees, festive wreaths and homey gingerbread towns, all decorated by local designers. Visitors may celebrate the upcoming holiday with a happy heart, knowing all proceeds and donations from the Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees will benefit the Kennedy Krieger Institute.
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