Thursday, December 13, 2012
The winter break hiatus from school is coming up soon for kids. How will you embrace the break?
I’m assuming most youth attending school – from elementary to high school – are ready and waiting anxiously for the upcoming winter break. While kids of all ages tend to look forward to a break from school, sometimes it can be a little challenging for parents. From finding alternate daycare to combating the “there is nothing to do” phrase or just being the sole source of transportation, winter break from school can be both a blessing and a curse for parents. This week, we’re asking parents to help out each other this holiday season. SHARE: What ideas do you have for kids and families to do during winter break? What are your favorite “go to” places in the winter months? How do you handle daycare challenges? Share your ideas and thoughts in …
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Are you enjoying the winter weather? Upload your photos and share them with the community.
We know that winter weather brings its fair share of difficulties, but snow also means that it's time for snowmen building, snow angel making and a few snow ball fights. Upload photos of your winter activities, whether it be of you snowplowing your wickedly long driveway or the kids building the year's first Frosty the Snowman. Click on "Upload Photos and Videos" at the top of the photo box above and begin sharing your snapshots. Follow Richfield Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Thursday, November 15, 2012
The site developers are hosting its Winter Market & Festival of Lights Dec. 1.
Editor's Note: The following is a press release from The Cornerstone Group. A flier has also been attached as a PDF. Richfield residents will have the opportunity to enjoy a new holiday celebration this year at Lyndale Gardens, on Saturday December 1 from 4-8 p.m. The event will feature 20 local arts and crafts vendors, a live acoustic performance by the Hummingbirds, food trucks, bonfires with free s’more roasting, and an appearance by Santa. The Cornerstone Group is hosting the event, working with the Musicant Group and Do Town, to continue to build activity at the former garden center site at 64th and Lyndale. “We are not only interested in building a new development, we are interested in building community and creating a safe and …