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If your kids are off for March break and you are staying in town, or you need some afternoon activities for your kids on those conference days coming up 3/21-3/23, see some programs – and camps – offered below!read more
If you’re in need of a NEW way to do chiocken that is easy, healthy, and you (and your kids!) may enjoy, try out this delicious balsamic chicken recipe! Huge thanks to local mom, Amanda Jakubowicz (@jj_eats_) for her contributions once again!read more
All ages are welcome to Come Build Westport on Sunday, March 18, from 3 to 5 pm, using 70,000 LEGO building blocks! This fun-filled event will take place at Christ and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 75 Church Lane. The event, ideal for ages 8 and up, gives families the opportunity to make LEGO replicas of vintage homes and commercial buildings selected by the Historical Society. “The goal,” Stephen Schwartz, program designer, says, “is to make the public aware of the town’s rich architectural heritage, so that when they are out and about they...read more
In the coming weeks, there are many different events going on around Gun Violence Prevention and in honor of taking a stand. Please see a comprehensive list below, and email us at email@example.com if there are any others we’ve missed. Together, we can MAKE IT STOP!read more
March 10, 2018 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm Join Stepping Stones for an interactive storytime on a 33′ x 12′ screen featuring an H. A. Rey classic, Curious George Goes to the Zoo. Then, meet and take photos with George himself! Wear your coziest PJs, make creations and play games inspired by the Curious George book series. Members $8 per person / Non-members $13 per person After Friday, March 2: Members $10 per person / Non-members $15 per person Sign up for the storytime that best suits your schedule: 4:30 pm, 5:15 pm, 6:45 pm Curious George Storytime...read more
Those who say Europe just does it better may have had It right with this one! Enter Melissa and Jessica, founders of The Parent Collective, a new approach to prenatal classes in Westport (and newly launching in Greenwich)! These classes provide information for expecting & new parents and provide a way to meet people going through the same thing that live locally! Both Melissa and Jessica took these classes in London when they were pregnant, and decided we should all have access to them too! In addition to being entrepreneurial, driven, and crazy smart, they are hilarious, authentic, and as real about parenting – and it’s challenges – as It gets. Melissa loves Bar Taco and the Pearl (her sweet tooth is a major weakness!), and Jessica loves Sakura, loathes public speaking, and is embarrassed to admit how much she loved Disney World! Thank you both for all you are doing to help us Mums out there!read more
Each year, more than 2.6 million children, 19 years old and younger, visit the emergency department for both recreation and sports-related injuries. Kids are at greater risk than adults for sports injuries because they are still growing and developing. The risk for injury is even greater if the child plays a contact sport such as basketball, football, or soccer. Learn about how to best prevent – and treat – these injuries if and when they happen from the experts at Yale New Haven Health!read more
Please join WestportMoms and others for a MAKE It STOP Forum on Gun Violence Prevention THIS Tuesday at 10am!
As we continue trying to find a way to understand the new world our children appear to be living in, it is time we take a stand! Please join WestportMoms with expects from CAGV, Moms Demand Action, Sandy Hook Promise and Westport’s own police chief, Fotios Koskinas for an important discussion on gun violence prevention THIS Tuesday, 3/6 at 10am!read more