Kids will be excited to share with their friends their experience of camping inside the zoo during their visit for Zzzoofari Slumber & all the fun they had.
Give your kids an authentic old-school experience they’ll love by taking ‘em to see a drive-in movie … and little kids love going dressed in their PJs! The Stardust Drive-In Theatre in Watertown has two screens offering double features nightly — and they’re not old movies, either. You get the first run flicks here. On… Read more »
There are lots of fun activities to enjoy with your kids this summer in the Middle Tennessee area and beyond. Here are our editors’ picks to put on your family’s things-to-do list this year! (pictured: River Rush at Dollywood’s Splash Country)
Top events happening this month include The Franklin Main Street Festival — munch on all kinds of delights like this local little boy! Check out ALL of our Editor’s Picks.
It’s FINALLY here! Springtime beckons your family to enjoy the great outdoors. (pictured: The Soaring Eagle, Nashville Zoo’s newest attraction opening late April/early May.)
Participate in one of these family fun runs in April to help great causes in the Nashville area.
Experience life through your child’s eyes and embrace exploration with him using these tips from moms.
Let your kids chill out at home for a bit, then get out and enjoy Nashville like you’ve never done before. It may be Spring Break, but that doesn’t mean you’ve gotta leave town to enjoy it!
Owl’s Hill offers up summer camp options that hearken back to the way summer days used to be!
It’s ALL about the story when you think about what holds a young reader’s attention. These selections will hold’em and then some. Ages 6 – 8 Dory Fantasmagory by Abby Hanlon (Dial, 153 pages, $14.99) For the reader who has run out of Junie B. Jones titles to devour, the spirited and irresistible Dory is… Read more »