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(Family Features) Celebrating your little one’s first birthday is a special opportunity to create cherished memories. For a fresh theme idea appropriate for boys and girls alike, take a note from contemporary pop culture and plan a “royal” first birthday party for your little prince or princess.
(NAPSI)—Whether you are enjoying a long holiday weekend or a birthday or just sharing a nice day outside with family and friends, the lifestyle experts at Celebrations.com offer some tried-and-true tips to ensure a successful summer of celebrations.
(BPT) - The challenge when finding the perfect gift for a child’s birthday party or special occasion is finding a gift that will keep the kid’s interest for longer than just a few hours. After all, no one wants to spend time and money on a toy or game and then see it collecting dust on the shelves.
Looking for a fun and unique way to celebrate your child’s birthday? The Humane Society of Southern Arizona’s Education Department is now offering monthly kids birthday parties. What better way to celebrate your child’s birthday than with animal friends, all while making a difference in the lives of Southern Arizona’s Homeless Pets.
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Summer is just around the corner, and for many that means increased outdoor activities such as hiking and swimming.
The Southern Arizona Kart Club, Inc. DBA Musselman Honda Circuit is open to the public as a non-profit recreational and educational driver/rider facility. Musselman Honda Circuit serves as a replica of the world-famous Suzuka South Kart Circuit in Suzuka, Japan, which is known by professional kart racers to be one of the best kart racing circuits in the world.
Now that we’ve officially entered the holiday season, there are sure to be countless invitations to holiday gatherings piling up in your mailbox (or email inbox, perhaps). Maybe you’re even throwing a get-together of your own. If so, you’ll want to continue reading. Today, I’m offering five suggestions for gatherings that go beyond the average, ordinary dinner party and take it up a notch, to bring friends and loved ones together in a fun and unique way.
I can say without out a doubt that I lost a few IQ points last week. And no, that statement has nothing to do with who I am voting for in the much-anticipated Nov. 6 election.
Growing up, I was always a huge fan of cartoons. Among my favorites were “Dexter’s Laboratory,” “Samurai Jack” and, dare I say it, “The Powerpuff Girls”. There was always something about the writing that I enjoyed, and something about the animation style that 7-year-old me found aesthetically pleasing.
My son is turning six next week. The invitations for his party have already gone out. We’re loosely going with a Muppet theme this year. By “loosely going with,” I mean to say that the theme will be discernible only to a discriminating eye. His invitations featured Kermit and Animal. His party favors are Pez dispensers with Muppet heads. The background music is the soundtrack from the most recent Muppet movie. We’re even doing rainbow connection cupcakes as a nod to Kermit’s performance in the original Muppet movie. That’s where the buck stops, though.
Last week I was at Costco for my weekly grocery shopping trip. Just as I was wrestling the last of my items - a ginormous honeydew melon - onto the conveyer belt for checkout, I heard the cashier question my purchases, “is all of that stuff for a birthday party?” I looked up to find that he wasn’t actually talking to me. The lady behind me had a cart full of convenience foods: Rice Krispy Treats, juice boxes and enough sugary fruit snacks to send a bear into hyperglycemic shock.
When I was a kid, one of my favorite parts of the week was chocolate milk Fridays. We had to suffer through only having white milk with our school lunches for four days, and Fridays was a big treat.
One beer, two beers, three beers – what’s the harm in one more?
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Few people at Ironwood Ridge High School might have pegged Kyra Batté as a future Miss Pima County.
For 20 years and three months, Jo Ann Spencer has taken care of her twin sons, Spencer and Benjamin Smith, feeding them, bathing them, changing their clothes and bedding, nurturing their minds and spirits, loving them, with never a question of her devotion, nor a complaint about her circumstance.