May is National Physical Fitness & Sports Month and in recognition, the Maryland Athletic Club & Wellness Center (MAC) will open the doors of its Timonium and Hunt Valley locations to the public to host several community classes free of charge. Sharon Gibala talked with Maggie Jones about Family Fun Day. Also, Amanda Rodriguez, a local blogger at http://www.dudemom.com, talked about summertime tips to keep your kids safe.
In current economic times when planning a spring vacation to Disney or even a visit to a closer amusement park may not be a realistic option for a family of five, it’s smart to think ahead, do a little research, and plan a spring break that is affordable, educational and tons of fun!
Oh, the weather outside is frightful. But that’s not stopping the kiddos from begging you to drive all over town, wait in line for at least 45 minutes, and pay a ridiculous amount of money to capture the moment on camera, just so they can climb into Santa’s lap for a few minutes and whisper in the big guy’s ear about what they want him to bring them for Christmas is it?! You know you’re going to do it. It’s just a matter of when and where. This list should help with that.
Baltimore is home to numerous family friendly attractions: a state-of-the-art aquarium, interesting museums, and various other places families can visit to get to know and enjoy Baltimore.
There are literally hundreds of fall festivals in the state of Maryland with plenty not-to-be-missed ones right in the Baltimore area.
Fall may mean the kids are headed back to school for another year of learning and the leaves are beginning to change colors, but it doesn’t mean the end of the Maryland growing season!
Of course there are the traditional summer activities that involve swimming pools, beach vacations, and even putting a super hero sprinkler on the end of the hose and letting the kids go at it! But, what about trying something new?! Like a fun-farm-venture?!