Celebrating Mardi Gras is a whole lot of fun, whether you’re enjoying a rural carnival with horseback riders or a Technicolor light and sound show at one of the many popular New Orleans parades. Of course, however you choose to spend the season, it’s always enjoyable to host a party at home.
This Year Halloween Falls On A Weekend.
Pumpkins are carved, pumpkin spiced latte’s have been brewed, and pumpkin pie is in the oven. All that’s left is to try your costume on one last time and say goodbye to your sugar-free diet.
Not everyone celebrates Halloween by trekking through their neighborhood asking strangers for candy. So we put together a list of alternative ideas for your weekend. Throw on your weirdest wig and read up on four ways to have fun with your friends and family this weekend.
Renting a bounce house or another interactive inflatable will instantly upgrade any fall festival or Halloween event. A child’s favorite part of the season may be candy, costumes, or an excuse for seasonal mischief, but hearing the whirr of the blower fan and watching the tower of an inflatable obstacle course fill up with air adds a lot more excitement than just pumpkin carving.
Labor Day is a great time to go to the beach, but many people don’t live in close proximity to the ocean or have the time for a vacation. That doesn’t mean they should miss out on a fun day at the beach! Throw an easy, inexpensive Labor Day beach party with these tips.
4th of July is one of the most memorable ‘family days’ of the summer. Not only are we celebrating the birth of our nation, but we get to do so by spending the day outside in the warm summer weather with our families and friends.
However one of the challenges of planning a party can be finding activities that both adults and kids can enjoy.
There’s no blarney about it—St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner. Whether you have Irish heritage or not, this holiday presents a fantastic opportunity for kids to learn about Ireland’s culture and its key role in American history.
Let’s take a look at some out-of-the-box ideas you can use to make this year’s St. Patrick’s celebration fun for kids.
Aside from cards and candy, there are many great ways to celebrate this year’s Valentine’s Day with your little ones. Here are three unique ways to make February 14th a fun day for your family.