Eggs are rich in symbolic meaning and are abundant in spring, a time universally recognized as a new beginning. A plain egg is fine for symbolizing renewal and rebirth, but surely a decorated one does the job even better.
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Hit the Bull’s Eye With Archery
Does the thought of archery conjure images of Robin Hood’s classic longbow? High-tech carbon fiber compound bows for the modern hunter? The recurve bow, for Olympic-style target shooting? In Eugene, the answer can be all of the above, as options for many different types of archery programs abound here
Toy Stores Help Shoppers Pick Perfect Gifts for Kids
Walking into a toy store can be overwhelming, even if you know exactly what you’re looking for. Enlist the staff at toy stores to become your friends.
Parents and kids naturally have different views of how life changes when summer rolls around. Many parents wonder how their kids will occupy themselves without school, and I suspect, many kids wonder how to occupy themselves without their parents. The goal for parents is that their kids are not only kept busy, but safe and […]
Autism Rocks Camp
While the jury is still out on what causes autism, there’s no doubt that the disorder is something more and more people are learning to live with. The spectrum of autism disorders encompasses a wide range of symptoms and Autism Rocks! aims to celebrate those differences.
83 Days of Freedom – Summer Fun for Kids of All Ages
From the beginning of the Eugene 4J school district summer holiday June 17 to the first day of school September 7, you get 12 weekends–24 Saturdays and Sundays. Or if you’re counting in sum: 83 days of freedom (if you’re a kid). What are you gonna do with those days?