Are you strapped for cash after the holidays but need to get out of the house with the kids? There’s tons going on this weekend including a free cookout with free autographs from Bucs player Doug Martin.
As the cover star for the December issue of “Cosmopolitan,” Taylor Swift dishes on lyrics, motherhood, and dating. “I’ve had a lot of dark and twisty situations happen,” she says, and they’re “not interesting to me.”
If you’ve never been tailgating with your kids before, maybe now is the time to start! With a little planning and a lot of patience, tailgating can be as much fun for your kids as it is for you. Read on to find out how to make your budding Bucs fan’s first tailgate party an experience to remember.
As summer wraps up, the need for serious playtime increases. After all of that back-to-school shopping, registering and planning, the true fun is in the few days of calm before the storm. Fill those remaining vacation days with five fun things to do before school starts.
Does your child have a mop of hair that needs a back-to-school trim? Are you short on cash? Here’s our list of the best places to get your child’s ears lifted for free so you can see their eyes again!
She stopped by to perform in Chicago and talked about bringing the kids on tour and “wrapping her head around” being in her ’40s.
That crazy back-to-school time doesn’t have to be hectic and stressful for families. In this economy, spending a few hundred bucks getting those kiddos outfitted and set for school puts the pressure on parents. The Hillsborough Education Foundation estimates that 60 percent of students in the Tampa Bay area qualify for free or reduced lunch, and that area parents struggle to send their children to school prepared for the new year. Buckle down and get ready to venture out to snag the best back-to-school opportunities the area has to offer.
While Longboat Key boasts some of the whitest sands and clearest waters that Florida’s Gulf coast has to offer, families can still find a host of things to do when they’re not beaching it. From kid-friendly museums to the pristine natural wonders of state parks, the area offers ample fun for all ages.
Experience the beauty, fun and excitement of summer in Tampa as it is meant to be enjoyed: with family. Whether engaging in outdoor, scenic activities, enjoying the beauty of the bay or cooling off in Tampa’s refreshing waters, this city offers a plethora of family friendly activities every summer. Grab your suits and take the kids and splash around in a natural spring, or put on your hiking boots and enjoy nature firsthand. The best ways to spend a hot day in Tampa offer a little bit of everything for everyone.
Give the gift that brings the best rewards: your time … and your kids. Volunteering in the Tampa Bay area is easiest accomplished with an adult, and kids can never start too early. For children between the ages of 6 and 10, volunteering must typically be a family event. Tweens will find more opportunities available through their local schools and neighborhoods, while teenagers have nearly unlimited prospects. Start your search here, with the cream of Tampa’s volunteering crop.