Calling All Tinkerers to Camp Louemma!!

Disassembly and intense interest in the every day are signs of a strong creative, intuitive instinct.  Have you ever left your child alone for a few minutes and come back only to find the DVD player or an electronic toy…completely disassembled?! Or remember buying your toddler the newest and greatest “IT” toy for his birthday only to find […]

What It’s Really Like To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day When You’re Irish

Kelly Gibney is sharing with you some really fun St. Patrick's day traditions.

Comic Con for the Whole Family

Come in your favorite costume to the Ridgewood Public Library for its first Annual Comic Con this Saturday.

Anastasia is Coming to Broadway

It’s already on my daughters list for shows we must see this year: Anastasia. From the Tony Award®-winning creators of the Broadway classic Ragtime, this dazzling show transports us from the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, as a brave young woman sets out to discover the mystery of her […]

Mind Reading Game Show

A really fun night out!

An Unforgetable Birthday Party Under the Stars

Grab the tents and marshmallows, it’s time for a backyard camping party! Many children enjoy the outdoor experience, and camping makes an excellent theme for a birthday party. Instead of taking the party to an official campground, set up your back yard to mimic the experience and host your birthday celebration. With a few decorations and […]

D Squared Boutique is More Than Another Shopping Trip

Shopping trips with my teenage daughter usually leaves one of us very unhappy.  Either she’s suffering as I’m trying on clothes in stores like New York and Company or I wind up with the misfortune of spending hours in Forever XXI.  However, today’s shopping trip turned out very different when we stopped into a local […]

Challenge Yourself to an Escape Room!

I’m sure by now you have all heard about these “escape rooms” that originally started in big cities, but all of a sudden have taken the suburbs by storm. At first I was nervous, worrying that there would be no windows, no ventilation and that I would have claustrophobia and eventually suffocate. But, then I […]

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