March 2018

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Where in NH to find a taste of Ireland

In the month of March, everyone is Irish, so why not eat like an Irishman? Aight!

Make a meal to celebrate International Women's Day

International Women's Day is March 8. Mark the occasion by planning a special evening with your family or host a mom and daughter potluck.

Our favorite sugar shacks and maple producers

It's time to head to a NH sugar shack and watch the maple syrup production process. Here are a few of our favorite places to go and sugar shacks to visit

Top 10 events happening in March

Mud season is FUN season here in the Granite State, so enjoy maple sugar events, camp fairs and St. Patrick's Day.

Vision and hearing health

Hearing and vision screenings and examinations can be an important part of a child’s overall health, but quite often parents are unsure about when it’s appropriate or what’s involved.

Take control of your child’s screen time

Change the household dynamic to reduce arguments and tears

Too hot to handle

Prevent scald burns with these cool tips

Remembering my father, my teacher

Reflecting on the lessons he taught me everyday through his actions

Some things are best left to the professionals

My first (and last) time trying to teach my daughter how to drive

Rising tide: The return of the family fisherman

Bedford dad is leading the way while giving back to the community

How to deal with homesickness while at summer camp

If you prepare your camper to be out of their comfort zone, they can overcome and thrive

Getting Generation Z to disconnect so they can connect

Analog kids learn to relate face-to-face in the real world

Summer camp vs. other opportunities — how do you choose?

Here’s what a camp experience can offer your child

Resilience, self-confidence and s’mores

Build a partnership with the camp to make sure your child gets the most out of their summer

The amazing ‘secret menu’ camps don’t advertise

The unexpected benefits of camp are some of the best reasons to attend

How to make opening day at camp great

5 tips on talking to counselors when you arrive at camp

It's okay to leave your friends at home

Don’t miss out on a prime benefit of going to camp – making new friends

Transitioning from a child-care center to day camp

Camp is another piece of the child development puzzle

How to prepare first-time campers for a fun summer experience

Tips for sending first-time campers off to overnight camp

2018 Cover Coloring Contest winners

We had a record number of entries this year to choose from! Thanks to the young artists (and their parents) for taking the time to submit their creative creations.

This generation might just change the world

Today’s tweens and teens have never known a world without terrorism, economic uncertainty and climate change.

Girls on the Run spring season starts week of March 12

Girls on the Run of New Hampshire’s registration for the spring season is open with 114 programs being offered across the state.

Looking for a summer camp? Go to a camp fair

Talking with camp representatives will help you choose the right program for your child
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We did it again!

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