While these events appear to be still on, there is the possibility that they will be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check before you attend. Please remember to […]
Most of us have masking tape in our homes (if you don’t, stores still have it stocked or you can buy online). A few swipes and you (and the kids) can create a masterpiece with no talent required. Keep reading for some quarantine crafts featuring masking tape.
This page contains affiliate links. For more info, click here. You know the cardboard from the toilet paper rolls you stocked up on for this quarantine? Instead of tossing these […]
Chocolate, bunnies, and chicks. What’s not to love about Easter? You may have most of these craft items around the house or they can be picked up online. No need for a non-essential trip to a store for these cute, time-killing, family-friendly Easter activities.
Are you bored during this quarantine? Here are some craft ideas to use those tin cans you used for quarantine meals to spruce up your house!
Schools have been cancelled in North Carolina for the foreseeable future. What in the world are we going to do with these children?! There are lots of things that you can do with your kids, while still practicing social distancing. Here is your survival guide for when schools are cancelled.
Car smashing, dirt jumping, noise making excitement will be at the PNC arena in Raleigh NC this year, March 7th and 8th, for Monster Jam. The 7th is an evening […]
So you’ve decided to watch the San Francisco 49ers take on the Kansas City Chiefs for Super Bowl LIV! Whether you are more into the game, the commercials, or the wings, this guide has you covered no matter what part of the Raleigh-area you call home.
Written by Sandi (introvert) I never really got into football growing up so, for me, Super Bowl Sunday is about three things; Eating food, million dollar commercials, and social anxiety. […]
The BrickUniverse LEGO Fan Expo comes to Raleigh each year in the spring. It brings fun and joy to all ages with models, LEGO miniatures and kit vendors, activities, and some really incredible displays. LEGOs aren’t fun unless you can play with them, so they have stations for all ages to build and design. There were almost as many parents as there were kids building cars, buildings, and space crafts. There was a carpeted area for smaller children, with larger LEGOs, soft toys, and large trains, planes, and cars. There was also plenty of seating for the weary parents at that area. For some of the older kids there was a building contest.