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Simple Supper Solutions Summer is practically over and the hustle and bustle of the school year is at hand. From homework to sports' practices, dance lessons, art classes… dinner needs to simple and quick! With a little preparation, week night meals can be healthy and less stressful. Here are a couple of meal ideas to help with the back to school chaos! Read the Full Story
Raising A Writer: 10 Real-life Tips to Champion Your Young Scribbler Do you think you have a budding writer under your roof? Well, never fear. Writing has evolved quite a bit in recent decades and the information age provides all kinds of promising options for writers in the future, which have never existed before. Still, I'm sure you want your scribbler to take a gradual approach. This list of tips will help you both keep your feet on the ground as you explore the multiple possibilities of a writing life. Read the Full Story
Mommy Fitness: Good for the Body and Mind The title of “mom” brings on a schedule that is fulfilling yet hectic and tiring. Finding time for oneself is a challenge. A bathroom visit without an audience, a phone call without interruption, and finding time for fitness are nearly impossible. However, exercise for a mom is important to not only stay physically fit but also for mental wellbeing. Read the Full Story
A Doll for Every Girl The 2016-2017 academic year has begun here in southern Mississippi and elsewhere. Most of the world’s children are back on school grounds, for better or worse. There are people who are determined to make it for the better. Read the Full Story
10 Tips to Help Keep Kids’ Competition in Healthy Perspective Competition can sharpen kids' skills and drive them to achieve their personal best. But when undue emphasis is placed on winning and excelling, it can be detrimental to a child and his relationship with others. As a result the child may become reluctant to attend lessons, programs or games, or they may want to stop going altogether. Likewise, he may develop an unhealthy view of competition. Read the Full Story
We're Looking to Honor the “Coolest Kids” in Mississippi! Are you the parent of a really cool kid? Does your child have a special talent or enjoy a unique hobby? Is your little one a great singer, dancer, soccer player, artist, or winner of science fairs? Does your child bake amazing cookies, overcome huge obstacles, or help others in acts of charity? If so, we want to hear about it! Read the Full Story

Calendar of Events - Jackson Metro

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Calendar of Events, Northeast MS

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Calendar of Events - Pinebelt

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Latest Family Events

Sat Sep 24 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM
WellsFest
Sat Sep 24 @ 8:00AM -
Bike Your Park Day
Tue Sep 27 @ 6:30PM - 07:45PM
The Women of ModernisM
Sat Oct 01 @ 9:00AM - 01:00PM
Midtown Fall Flea
Sat Oct 01 @10:00AM - 03:00PM
Digging into Archaeology
Sat Oct 01 @10:00AM - 02:00PM
Science Festival
Sun Oct 02 @ 1:00PM -
Mississippi’s Walk for Diabetes
Sun Oct 02 @ 1:30PM - 05:30PM
Visiting Artist-Kelly Haber
Tue Oct 04 @11:30AM - 12:15PM
Guided Exhibition Tour with Chief Curator Roger Ward
Thu Oct 06
The Irascibles Live – Artists in the Galleries