Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Santa's Workshop

Next Thursday, December 16th, from 5pm-8pm Tumble Town at the Galleria Mall will host a Santa's Workshop for kids ages 2-10. The kids will be involved in making some hand stamped wrapping paper and little gifts for family members. Pizza, snacks and juice will be provided. The cost is $20 for the first family member, $15 for every child after that. It sounds like a cute event!

For more information call 717-600-2363

See Santa!

Here are some local places to visit with Santa, besides the crowded mall!

  1. The Markets at Shrewsbury- December 11th from 11am-2pm and December 18th 10am-1pm
  2. The National Watch and Clock Museum- December 11th from 10am-1pm
  3. (Breakfast w/Santa) Royal Manchester Golf Links- December 11th and 18th, beginning at 9am with Santa arriving at 9:30am.
  4. (Breakfast w/Santa) Bogey Macaws- December 11th and 12th (9am-12pm) call for reservations 747-9663
  5. Brown's Orchards (North)- December 11th and 18th 12pm-4pm
  6. Brown's Orchards (South) December 12th-19th 12pm-4pm

Monday, November 22, 2010

Christmas Magic begins FRIDAY!!

Nothing says Christmas in York County like the lights going on at Rocky Ridge park for the annual Festival of Lights, Christmas Magic! This year the lights go on November 26th, this coming Friday at 6pm. The cost is $8 for adults, $6 for kids ages 4-12 and under 4 are free! If you can get a group together the rates drop, so think about taking the whole family or getting your kids friends together and making it a big to-do. (There is also a buy one get one free coupon online but it's only good Monday-Thursday from Nov. 30th-Dec. 17th).

There is a huge list of activities, singing groups, information on a gingerbread house contest, bring your pet night and more all online : http://www.yorkcountyparks.org/chmagic.html

Support our awesome parks system and enjoy the beauty of Christmas!

Breakfast with Santa at Chocolate World!

Breakfast with Santa in the sweetest place on Earth, how cool is that? This year Hershey's Chocolate World is doing a sweet, but pricey, breakfast with Santa, starting at 8am December 4th, 5th, 11th, 12th, 18th and 19th kids 2 and under are free, 3-11 $19.95 and adults $23.95.

Before you gag on the price make sure you check out the flyer for all of the fun you get to have: http://www.hersheys.com/chocolateworld/lib/img/BWS_Flyer_10.pdf . Activities include cookie decorating, candy bingo a parade, meeting Santa and Mrs. Claus and obviously breakfast!
For more information call 717-534-5651.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Roll R' Way Romp& Roll Preschool

I blogged about Roll R Way's Romp & Roll Preschool time last year but I wanted to remind everyone that the program is back up and running again this year. (Just started so you can go today if you have an empty schedule) It's a great little program and costs $3 per preschooler, you can bring your childs bike, scooter, tricycle or babydoll stroller; basically whatever your kid can ride or push around the rink they can bring. Last year they also had a bounce house and beginner roller skates FREE to use for every kid. If you need directions or have questions check out their website: http://www.rollrway.net/

Mom's Morning Out

Tumble Town at the Galleria Mall is starting a Mom's Morning Out program, or they did start it about a week ago. (oops) The program is designed for kids aged 2-5, the kids can bring a packed lunch (the use of a refrigerator is available) and there will be story time, games, bubble time and art. The upcoming dates are October 27th (10:30-12:30pm), November 9th (10:30am-12:30pm) and November 24th (10:30am-12:30pm).

I couldn't find a price for the program anywhere, if you are interested check out their website for more information: http://www.tumbletowns.net/ (call for pricing)

UPDATE: $12 at the door, $10 if you pre-register.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Happy Hauntings at Dutch Wonderland

Sorry I missed the first weekend of Dutch Wonderland's Happy Hauntings, but you still have two more weekends to check out the fun! This Saturday and Sunday, the 23rd&24th, and the following weekend, the 30th-31st, Dutch Wonderland is the place to be. Many of the rides are open, the park is decorated and the kids can trick-or-treat within the park (they even get a FREE bag for all of the candy they will no doubt collect). The price of admission is steep, $19.95 for everyone 3 and up, and the function is only held from 3pm-9pm, but you do get a lot with the price of admission. If you are thinking about going make sure you check out the Happy Haunting section of the website: http://www.dutchwonderland.com/events/happy_hauntings/tickets.php where you can buy tickets and check out more information. If you go, have a blast!

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Rock and Mineral Weekend at Nixon Park

This weekend is Rock and Mineral weekend at Nixon Park and it sounds like a lot of fun. The whole weekend will be dedicated to Rocks and Minerals with special exhibits, programs highlighting fossils, rocks and minerals and there will be a fossil pit to dig away in. (A little digger's dream!)

On Saturday the 16th, from 10-10:30am, will be story time for kids aged 4-7 about prospecting for gold, after the story the kids will have a chance to find their own gems.($5 per child/call 428-1961 to reserve your spot) At 11am kids 8 and up will have the chance to explode their own volcanoes as Parks Program Coordinator Jeri Jones explains the hows and wheres of earthquakes and volcanoes.

At 1:30pm there will be a Rail Trail Geology Bike Ride, departing from the Railroad Parking Area (no fee but call to register 428-1961) and at 2pm there will be another program for the 8 and up crowd called Exploring Minerals, taking a hands-on look at collecting and their importance. (no fee but call to register 428-1961) On Sunday the 17th from 2:30-3:30pm there will be an interactive, hands-on program for the aged 8 and up crowd called "Gee, I want to be a Geologist". Like I said, it sounds like FUN!

For more information check out the York County Parks website: http://www.yorkcountyparks.org/

DreamWrights~The Little Mermaid

This Saturday October 16th at 9:00am DreamWrights theater will be having a Playlet & Breakfast for its current show "The Little Mermaid". We did the Playlet Breakfast for The Wizard of Oz back in May and it was great, some coffee and donuts, a little craft and a sneak peek at the show. These programs are designed for the 3-6 year old crowd, so don't think that you are watching a whole play, it's just 2-3 minute snippets and then your child gets to go up on stage with the cast. Really, it is very cute and fun and we can't wait to go again!

Check it out here:

Trick or Treat times....

Here is the list of local Trick or Treat times, it seems funny to me that they aren't all on the 31st, but they aren't!

Local "You Pick" Pumpkin Patches

I have heard more than a few people ask where to go to pick your own pumpkins, so I decided to see if I could find a pretty good comprehensive list. The link below is a pretty good tally, when you get to the page make sure you scroll down to York County and check the link to the farm to make sure the operation is up and running. Good luck and have fun!

Thursday, September 30, 2010

National Apple Harvest Festival

This weekend, and next weekend, mark the 46th annual National Apple Harvest Festival at South Mountain Fairgrounds near Arendtsville, PA. This is a very heavily attended local event, if you have never been, you might want to put this on your "to do" list. Events kick off Saturday October 2nd at 8:00 am and if you want to be there right at the opening give yourself some extra time to park and catch the shuttle bus (it really is a BIG event).

There are a bunch of kids events, held in the Kid Country Building, including face painting and various games, there is also a petting zoo, pony rides, crafts and karaoke. There is also a pie eating contest for kids and a build a scarecrow area, which is always popular. The big drawl, for me, is all of the apple foods, my personal favorites are the apple cookies and apple bread, but check out the other local products like pies, cakes, kettle corn and cider.

The arts and crafts vendors are another big drawl for the crowds and this year they are boasting over 300 vendors! One quick thought if you are thinking of going, and possibly bringing a stroller along, think about bringing a jogging stroller or something with bigger wheels, the event is held on a grassy fairground area and with all of this rain there is sure to be mud. (If you have a baby think about skipping the stroller and bringing along the front carrier, between the mud and the crowds you might fare better.)

Check out more on the Apple Festival, and if you are thinking of attending make sure you keep an eye out for coupons in the newspaper. (Admission is $9 for adults, 60 years and older $8, Kids under 12 are FREE) http://www.appleharvest.com/

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Stauffers of Kissel Hill Fall Festival

This weekend marks the first of two consecutive weekends that host the Stauffers of Kissel Hill Fall Festival. We have somehow managed to miss this event every year but everyone I know that has gone has LOVED all of the FREE activities. (We will absolutely be there this year!) There are way too many things going on to list so make sure you check out the attached flier below and remember that there are two SKH locations in York, one on East Market Street out towards Hellam and the other on Carlisle Road in Dover, both offering slightly different schedules. Hope to see you there!

Here is the flier for the DOVER Fall Festival:

Here is the EAST YORK Fall Festival:

Friday, September 24, 2010

Springettsbury Township's Saturday in the Park

I almost forgot to mention that tomorrow is Springettsbury Township's Saturday in the Park. The day starts at 8am with registration for the 5K race and fun run, you can sign up at the YAUFR Headquarters Parking Lot (fire station). The fun run begins at 9:30am and the 5K at 9:45am. Starting at 11:30am there is a 3 on 3 basketball tournament, and starting at noon in the amphitheater there are dancing and twirling routines from different dance companies in the area. Later in the evening there is a Panthers Soccer game, followed by an EYC football game and a York Little League game. (If there is a sport your child might be interested in this might be a fun way to introduce them!)

The fun stuff like face painting, bounce houses and hot air balloon rides are all starting at noon. Some things cost $2, like the bounce houses and inflatable slides, other things like the face painting and balloon animals are free. There is so much going on that I really would have to write for hours, but needless to say its going to be a very fun day and to top it all of there is a fireworks display to end the day at 8pm.

Check all of the fun information here:

(Sorry about the long link, let me know if it doesn't work!)

Sweet Beginnings

This weekend the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center will hold a two day kick-off event for the upcoming season, called "Sweet Beginnings". On Saturday the event will be for the 21 and older crowd, but Sunday is the day to have fun with the kids. In remembering that this is a fundraising event the tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for kids, which includes drinks and delicious sweets (think chocolate!) There will also be face painting, performances by Spring Grove High School students who are doing the play "Beauty and the Beast", and crowd favorite The Steven Courtney Band! This event kicks off at noon and runs through 4pm, and make sure you come hungry because I have heard there are over 30 vendors, dessert vendors, so be prepared.

Visit http://www.strandcapitol.org/ for more information and eat some sweets for me!

Heritage Day at Muddy Creek Forks

Tomorrow is the annual Heritage Day at Muddy Creek Forks, with the opportunity to take a ride on the Ma & Pa Railroad. There will be displays, children's games, food and entertainment and of course Train Rides! The events kick off at 10am and run through 5pm, parking and admission are free, train rides are $5 for adults and $3 for kids. Make sure you check out the website for directions, we can't wait to go tomorrow!

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Helping Out!

The American Red Cross is offering a babysitting course for kids aged 11-14 who are interested in learning the do's and don'ts of the job. The class will take place from 9am-2pm October 23rd at the Springettsbury Township Farmhouse, 1501 Mount Zion Rd. The cost is $35 for township residents and $40 for nonresidents. (If you are a nonresident check your townships website to see if there is a class offered closer to you, I know this is a generally popular class and different townships offer them throughout the year!)

You can register your child at: http://www.springettsbury.com/ and you must register one week before the class begins. The class is a five hour class designed to teach your child safety skills, problem solving, diapering, feeding and leadership and care skills. As a mom I would be very excited to hire a babysitter that has gone through this class!
The York County Area Agency on Aging is looking for teenagers, 7th grade-12th grade, to earn a little money while helping out some York County seniors with household chores. The "recommended" payment from seniors would be $5 an hour for help with yard work, mowing the lawn, household chores and snow removal. They call it their "Rent-A-Kid" program. It sounds like a wonderful program, the kids get a little spending money and the seniors get some work done without having to do it themselves.

For more details call Rent-A-Kid at 771-9103 or 1-800-632-9073. Or you can download forms at http://ycaaa.org/FormsDocuments.aspx

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Bear Heart Baking Company

Okay so someone posted about this awesome new bakery in York and I just had to check out their website (checking out the bakery soon)! The awesome thing about this bakery is not only that it's local but that they use all-natural ingredients like sea salt, oatmeal, unbleached whole wheat flour and hormone free eggs and milk. YAY!! Please think about visiting them for your next bakery need (birthday, party, or pastry).

The other awesome thing about them is that they are starting some classes, tomorrow is the first Mommy and Me Cupcake Decorating class, one at 10am and one at 5:30pm. If you can make it on short notice give them a ring and reserve your spot. (858-7941)

Please keep this awesome all-natural bakery in mind for your next event. Woo-hoo, this is one happy momma!

1413 N. George Street
York, Pa. 17404
Hours Tuesday-Saturday 11am-5pm

Monday, September 13, 2010

Maximizing Capabilities

If you are a parent to a special needs child than make a date to visit the Maximizing Capabilities conference in Enola, Pa. October 2nd, from 11:00am-4:00pm. The conference is being billed as a "Pediatric Special Needs Conference" filled with education, information and inspiration!

This event is free to attend and is for parents, professionals and care givers of young children with special needs. There will be 60+ exhibits, presentations and product demos. It sounds like a great event that you don't want to miss.

Saturday, October 2nd, 2010
Capital Area Intermediate Unit
55 Miller Street
Enola, Pa.

For more information visit www.centralpennparent.com

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Doll Tea Party/Benefit

Next Sunday September 19th from 2pm-4:30pm the York City Ice Arena (Ice Skating Rink) is throwing a tea party benefit for the Special Olympics York County figure skating program. It sounds like a great day for your daughter, or son, to play dolls with friends all while supporting an awesome cause. For more information contact the Arena at 848-1084 or visit them online at http://www.yorkskate.com .

Monday, September 6, 2010

Mother Earth Harvest Fair

I have posted before about how awesome it is to live somewhere with fresh produce, fruits and vegetables, livestock and honest to goodness working farms. I think most of us take for granted that we have half a dozen farmers markets within a 30 minute drive, and the ability to get almost any kind of organic food you can think of and even pick it off of the stalk, stem, or vine ourselves.

One such farm that practices sustainable farming is Spoutwood farm in Glen Rock. My neighbor and I have taken our kids for the past two years to the annual Fairy Festival, held at Spoutwood in August, and this year we are going to take them to the Mother Earth Harvest Fair. The fair is another way to celebrate healthy living here in the Susquehanna Valley, with food samples, cooking ideas, live music, animals, face painting and hay rides.

The fair will be held Saturday October 3rd from 10am-6pm, you can find more information on their website: http://www.spoutwood.org/mehf . Take the opportunity to support your local farmers by stopping by the MEHF and sampling their produce and by visiting your local farm market, buying local keeps local farmers working and local residents happy!

Sunday, September 5, 2010

York Fair 2010

It's that time of year again, time for the YORK FAIR!

This year the York Fair runs from September 10-19th and once again the fair is packed with entertainment, food and fun! (Just pace yourself!) The gates officially open at 10am Friday and admission prices this year are as follows, $6 for adults, $3 for kids 6-11 and under 5 are FREE. Parking is $6.

As every native of York knows, one must never pay full price to go to the Fair! As a kid I remember collecting the special Coke cans to get in for $2 and getting out of school early (York City School District) so we could get in FREE on Student Day. There are still special deals to get you in either FREE or with some kind of discount and remember to be nice to your neighbors that live in West York, they can let you park for free or at a discount too! (Or use our trick and park over by West York High School and walk a few blocks)

Discount Days:
Friday Sept. 10th-FREE admission for Military Veterans (proper ID required), FREE Admission for Senior Citizens. (Ride Wristbands $19)
Sunday Sept. 12th- $2 admission for adults, kids FREE from 10am-11am for the Ecumentical Church service ($1 is donated to the York County Council of Churches) (Ride Wristbands $19)
Monday Sept. 13th- $3 admission all day, FREE admission from 4pm-6pm for 2 people with Weis Shopper Card (Ride Wristband $19)
Tuesday Sept. 14th- Student Day- FREE ADMISSION for Students and Scouts from noon-8pm (Ride Wristbands $19)
Wednesday Sept. 15th- Community Currier Day- FREE admission with coupon from the community currier (little newspaper that comes in the mail)
Thursday Sept. 16th- WSBA DAY-FREE admission with coupon printed out from WSBA website.
Friday Sept. 17th- PRE-SCHOOL DAY-FREE admission from 10am-3pm for one adult with a pre-schooler. Kiddieland Wristbands $8 and expire at 4pm
Sunday Sept. 19th-FREE ADMISSION all day for 2 people with Weis Shopper Card. (Ride Wristband $15)

For concert, events, judging and other information on the York Fair visit their website at http://yorkfair.org/

Friday, September 3, 2010

Creative York

The fall edition of Creative York is out, please take time to check out all of the awesome classes available this fall for kids and adults. As a smaller city York is very fortunate to have such an active and vibrant artistic community, so if you looking for something different for you or your child take the time to peek at the link below. With classes in the visual arts, photography, craft work, children's theater, and literature you can't go wrong.

Sign up today!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

First Fridays in Downtown York

I know I have posted before about First Fridays, but tomorrow night is the last one of summer and they have saved the best for last. First Fridays run from 4-9pm, right outside of Central Market, and this week Steven Courtney and His Band of Friends is playing! If you have never heard of him, now is your chance to hear him for free, my 3 year-old LOVES him and so do I; he's silly, fun, energetic and a really great musician to boot.

Besides the band, sorry we are groupies, there is FREE parking, a bounce house, more live music and even FREE caricatures. Here is the link to the map online: http://downtownyorkpa.com/storage/Sept%20flyer.pdf along with specials the shops downtown are running. It's a lot of fun and a great way to support York City businesses, enjoy the night and head downtown!

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Whooping Cough Vaccine Clinic

You may have watched WGAL last night and caught the segment on the rise of Whooping cough in York, if not you can watch it here : http://www.wgal.com/video/24737151/. In response to the outbreak the York City Bureau of Health and the York County Health Department will be distributing a vaccine for the disease, known at pertussis, at it's FREE clinics this Wednesday.

Most children, under 10, are fully vaccinated against pertussis, look on your shot record for the Tdap booster. The gap in immunity begins at age 10 and most adults are at risk, especially women in their "childbearing years" and people who are in contact with pregnant women and children too young to be vaccinated.

Please take the time to call your doctor or you children's doctor to see if you need to schedule a vaccination.

The clinics Wednesday run as follows:
  • The York City Bureau of Health at 435 W. Philadelphia St. (846-6804) from 9am-noon and 1pm-3pm.
  • The York County Department of Health at 1750 N. George St (771-4505) from 9am-noon.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

York Halloween Parade~YWCA Wants You!

The 61st Annual York Halloween Parade is looking for participants and volunteers. Please visit the YWCA's website for more information at http://www.ywcayork.org/ or visit them at 320 E. Market St., you can pick up an application at the Y or download one on their website. We can't wait!

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Lake Tobias

If you have never been to Lake Tobias Wildlife Park then now is the perfect time to make plans to take a little trip. My mother took my me, my 3 year old daughter, my sister and my 20 month old nephew yesterday and we had an AWESOME time, another one of those "Why haven't I done this before" moments.

Lake Tobias is located in Halifax, about an hour and ten minute drive from York, North of Harrisburg. We arrived at 10am right when they opened the gates for parking. When you pull in, before parking, you will be charged admission which is $4 for everyone ages 3 and up which includes all zoo exibits and petting zoo areas. Bring cash, they might take credit cards, but there was one lady taking money and the process is slow enough already. Once we parked we headed straight down to get passes for the safari, the safari is $5 for everyone 3 and up, and it was totally worth it.

The safari is about 40-45 minutes long and you get up close and personal with over 300 animals including a variety of deer, emu, elk, buffalo, water buffalo, longhorns, and zebra. They even had two zedonks, that would be a mix of donkey and zebra, which were not only unique but hilarious to say! You can buy crackers to feed the animals along the way and the kids really get into it, my girly-girl daughter squealed with delight as a deer nibbled out of her hand.

After the safari we walked around the zoo area and saw monkeys, bears, lions, baboons, prairie dogs and lemurs. There were staff members walking around answering questions and one staff member was holding a baby hedgehog that the kids were allowed to pet. There was also a petting zoo where a goat tried to eat my pants (wear jeans), and a reptile house that was an additional dollar, but we decided it most likely wouldn't fly with our kids so we skipped it.

There was also a concession stand next to the safari bus station, soda and water vending machines around the zoo area and a large covered picnic area available, so you can pack your own lunch and save a little money. Next to the picnic area is a large playground, so the kids can take a little break after lunch and play before heading back to see the animals or taking a nice nap on the way back to York!

In total, for $9 a person, it was a GREAT find! Enjoy, we sure did! http://www.laketobias.com/homepage/

Fall Clubs and Sports

It's sign-up season in York, so I thought I would pass along some sports and clubs sign-ups that might interest you and/or your children!

  1. York Youth Soccer League- For kids aged 4 and up. http://yysl.org/
  2. The York County SPCA Youth Group, for teens 13-17. The group meets from 10:30a-12:30pm the first Saturday of each month at the SPCA building in Manchester Township. Call 764-6109 or more information.
  3. The York Youth and Young at Heart Chess Club meets from 1pm-5:30pm Saturdays at CityView Community Church in Manchester Township. The group was created to help school aged children learn to play chess and prepare them for tournament play. If you are interested call Christopher Blaise Sr. at 424-9528
  4. The York Art Association is preparing for it's fall classes and youth and adult classes are available. If you are interested you can call their offices at 755-0028 or visit them online at http://www.yorkartassociation.org
  5. Auditions are coming up for DreamWrights Theater's version of Animal Farm, this one is for the bigger kids aged 13-19. Visit their website for more information: http://www.dreamwrights.org/
  6. 4H York County is gearing up for another great fall season, if you have a child aged 5-18 that might be interested in learning the science and technology that goes into farming and preserving the environment around them then check them out here: http://www.4hyorkpa.org/
  7. For something different, The Colonial York Junior Stamp Club (yes, stamp collecting), meets the 3rd Saturday starting in September though May at 10am at the Agricultural and Industrial Museum on Princess St. in York. For more information contact Paul Daugherty at paul@embarqmailcom or John Wallace at johnwallace@aol.com
  8. If you live in York City, the city has wonderful youth programs listed on their website, including sports, Boys and Girls clubs, and activities. Check them out here: http://www.yorkcity.org/section.php?name=youthprograms
  9. KidShape is a family based weight management program developed to address the epidemic of childhood obesity and help kids that are struggling with weight issues. The 9 week program is geared towards families with a 6-14 year old child, who is overweight, to help teach better nutrition, help with self-esteem and get them moving with increased activity. If you are interested in this program contact Memorial Hospital or your health care provider, I have read a lot of positive feedback on the program from parents who attended this program in Harrisburg!
  10. Finally check out your townships website for fall sports that should be starting soon. Also the YMCA, YWCA and Jewish Community Center have their fall lineups available as well. The JCC also posted two specific classes for the fall in the newspaper.
  • Kids Gym Jam, which is held from 6:15pm-7pm Tuesday's for kids 1-4 years old (great sibling class). It features age appropriate gym equipment and props of all kids to develop large muscle skills.
  • Musical Me, which is held from 5:30pm-6:15pm Thursday's for children 1-4 years old. This class is intended to introduce your child to elements of music, rhythms and sounds.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Dallastown Carnival

Starting today, Tuesday August 17th, the annual Dallastown Carnival is in full swing! The carnival runs from tonight, 6-10pm, through this Saturday. There is FREE live entertainment every night, parking is free and admission is free! There are wristbands available for kids to ride all night long for $16. Tonight and Thursday night are "coupon" night, follow the link below for the $2 off coupon for wristbands!

Enjoy the carnival!!

Monday, August 16, 2010

Back to School Dates!

I know you all are aware of your own child's back to school date but I thought I would post all of the districts in York County just in case! (I like to know when all of my teacher friends and family disappear!)

York County

August 24

South Eastern

August 25

Central York




Spring Grove

August 30


Northern York

West York

August 31

Eastern York

Red Lion

South Western

Southern York

York City

September 1

York Suburban

Friday, July 30, 2010

Flinchbaugh's Orchard "Summer Fest"

Sorry this is so last minute, we were in North Carolina this week and I missed it, but today and tomorrow from 10am-4pm Flinchbaugh's Orchard is celebrating Summer Fest. It looks like a lot of fun for the kids, a four-acre corn maze, fresh peach sundaes (yummy!) and rides through the orchards and around the farm on big hay trucks. There are also tractor rides, face painting and a straw maze that might run you a dollar or two, but the money they raise is headed right to the Ronald McDonald House in Hershey so spend away.

Make sure you pay Flichbaugh's a visit this weekend, they are a great local farm that is on their 4th generation of family farmers. The market will be open so you can check out their produce as well as cakes, breads, cookies......you know, the good stuff!

Flinchbaugh's Orchard and Farm Market is located at 110 Ducktown Road in Hellam, visit their website to find out more about the festival:

Thursday, July 22, 2010


If you have never been to Horn Farm in York (right outside of Hellam) this might be a great family outing to introduce yourself to a little slice of farming heaven. August 7th from 11am-5pm they are hosting an Heirloom Tomato festival, with a lot of tasting (yum) and games for the kids and garden tours for the whole family. The event is free, parking is free, and learning how to cultivate your soil and grow some awesome tomatoes next year saves you money!

The Horn Farm Center is the home base for agricultural history and education in York County and has been continuously farmed for over 250 years. It's a fun way to teach your kids about the wonders of gardening and the rewards of fresh fruits and veggies. Enjoy!

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Family Fun Paddle Tours~Shank's Mare

This coming Tuesday, the 20th of July, Shank's Mare is hosting a Family Fun Paddle Tour on the Susquehanna River. The tour is from 10am-noon and it begins with a lesson and kayak orientation, they are very open and excited to welcome first timers on these tours so if you have never kayaked don't be scared away. The kayaks used on the tours are two and three seaters, older kids that are familiar with kayaking are allowed to be in their own kayak. This trip is rated for kids 6 and up, moms and dads and grandparents too! The price is $30 for adults, $20 for children and includes a tour, guide and kayak rentals.

Shank's Mare offers a wide variety of classes, tours, and outdoor activites. If you haven't familiarized yourself with their programs and classes take some time today and check out their website, they are blessed with a beautiful location along the Susquehanna River and take full advantage of their surroundings.

Also, if you have kids aged 10-15, check out their camps. They still have 1 week available for both the Outdoor Discovery Day Camp and the Outdoor Adventure Week (think ropes course, cave exploration, kayaking, and Geocaching) !

For more information on Shank's Mare call 717-252-1616 or visit them online at http://www.shanksmare.com/index.html

Sleep in the Outfield~Sovereign Bank Stadium

This Saturday night, July 17th, is Family Sleepover Night at Sovereign Stadium. The York Revolution will be taking on the Newark Bears at 7pm, but after the game the "real" fun begins! This will be the 1st annual family sleepover event, the Boy and Girl Scout sleepovers were so popular that they have added this event for all families to attend. Families are asked to bring tents and sleeping bags, as you will be sleeping in the outfield, and breakfast will be provided by Stroehmann Bakeries.

For more information contact The York Revolution at 717-801-HITS (4487) or check out their website: http://www.yorkrevolution.com/index.cfm

Saturday, July 10, 2010

The North Museum~Big Bird's Adventure

I have written about the North Museum in the past, but now I am more excited than ever to take the ride over to Lancaster so that we can visit the planetarium and see Big Bird! This cool, 25 minute, show is designed for the 3-6 year old crowd as a way to introduce them to the Earth and the Moon and the differences between them. The cost for the museum and planetarium visit is $8.50 for adults, $7.50 for kids and free for the under 3 crowd. There is a $1 off coupon in Thursday's edition of "The Flip Side" (bottom of page 4) and it's good until September. If you missed the coupon this week, keep checking, my hunch is that they will run it again!

The only catch to this exciting show is the time, the show is at 1pm everyday and only at 1pm. The museum is closed on Monday, and is open at 10am Tuesday-Saturday. I think your best bet is to get there at 10am, see the 1pm show, and then pack up and head home at 1:30pm, you might be able to sneak back into your house by 2pm for a nap?! (I know, I never will understand why something geared towards toddlers would be at 1pm?!!)

For more information on the North Museum visit their website:

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Mason Dixon Fair

Starting Monday July 12th the annual Mason Dixon Fair is back in session. If you are in the southern end of York County you probably know all about the Mason Dixon Fair, chances are if you are north of Glen Rock you may have never heard of it! The theme of the fair is "Proud of our Heritage, Envisioning the Future" and the focus is on farming and farm live, current and for the next generation. There are livestock shows, tractor pulls and children's activities like a milk chugging contest and sack races.

The fair runs from the 12th-17th, Mon.-Friday the midway is open 5pm-11pm, Saturday 11-4pm and then again from 5pm-11pm, but check the events calendar for more daytime events. The fair is sponsored by and benefits the Delta-Cardiff Volunteer Fire Company! Go out and enjoy some family fun and reconnect with your country roots, it sounds like a lot of farm fun!

Click here for more on the fair: http://masondixonfair.com/index.htm
A new study was just released from The Environmental Law Foundation, a San Francisco based nonprofit, that screened 400 samples of products marketed toward children, such as juices and snacks, for lead. What they found was CRAZY, over 85% of the products tested contained more than .5 micrograms of lead per serving, which violates California Proposition 65, a law that requires companies to place warnings on any packaging containing traces of lead in kids drinks or snacks.

California is currently the only state that requires such labeling, which is why we here in Pennsylvania most likely haven't heard anything about this. I have done more research on this study and found that the FDA hasn't updated acceptable lead levels for food in over 20 years, so there in lies a different issue. With the recent flap over BPA's and other plastics this test is slowly making waves in pediatric medical circles. On the surface of things .5 micrograms doesn't seem like a huge number, but when given to babies and toddlers whose brains are still in development, even a little seems like too much. Another big hooptie-do over this list is the surprising number or "organic" or "natural" items from Whole Foods, Trader Joe's and other stores many moms consider safe.

On the other hand you have groups saying that there is lead in everything, which is true, anything packaged will have at least trace amounts of lead, even tap water; the key being "everything in moderation". Ugh, what's mom to do!! So I thought I would post two articles I found, and let you Mom's be the deciders, find new juice or stick with what you have. Either way, being more informed helps in making decisions, boycott the food system or stop freaking out about every study that comes down the pike.

Anyhow, here is the list of items that tested positive for having over the allowable amount of lead in children's snacks and juices.

Here is one article arguing for ignoring the study (and I LOVE this website):

Here is an article explaining the greater issues with lead in children's products:

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Mountain Adventures~Ski Roundtop

This past week my husband and I have both heard a lot about Roundtop Mountain Adventures, which sounds like a lot of fun, at Ski Roundtop. There are a host of activities, from climbing walls, zip lining, tubing down the hills and bouncing around in OGO balls (I didn't know what they were until I checked out their website)!

This is a great "adventure" for your older kids, most activities are 8 and up. The prices are a little steep, but if you can get a full day out of it than it's comparable to spending the money on Hersheypark. Make sure you watch the little video on their website, it explains what you get for your money, and check out the package deals when they are offered. If you have kids that like adventure and being outdoors this place looks like a BIG winner, check it out!

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Day Trip~Washington DC

One of the things I had always taken for granted, while growing up in Central Pennsylvania, was the accessibility to a LOT of great cities and the opportunity for day trips. It never dawned on me until I lived far outside the area that most people don't get big city day trips, and certainly not to cities like Washington DC, Philadelphia and New York City. Living on the East Coast we take a lot of pride in the fact that America truly did "begin here" and with that pride comes a certain responsibility when it comes to educating our children, from Boston down the Chesapeake and out to the shores off of Virginia we have a ton of history to share.

Sermons aside, I could go on forever, my husband and I decided to take a little day trip down to Washington DC with our 3.5 year old daughter this coming week. While trying to decide what she would like to do the most we came across a few good websites that I wanted to pass along in case anyone else was in the day tripping mood. As most of you know Washington is packed with great adventures for kids, finding age appropriate things to do isn't hard at all, in fact narrowing it down seems to be the difficult part.

First, here is a link to a nicely compiled list of 15 things to do in DC with preschoolers: http://dc.about.com/od/childrensactivities/tp/15BestforKids.htm . We have decided on the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and the Air and Space Museum for our trip, they are right across the Mall from each other and "BIG" exhibits will impress our little one. Obviously the #1 attraction is the National Zoo and rightly so, it's an awesome zoo and it's free, but with the heat and it being 4th of July week we decided to skip it and go straight into the air conditioned attractions.

The other cool feature about the Smithsonian Museums, there are 19 of them, is that you can hop onto their website: http://www.si.edu/ either before or after your visit and discover more about the exhibits and their topics, like worksheets, videos and stories. They also have an interactive calendar with events listed daily for teenagers down to preschoolers, check it out before you go and get the most out of your day at the museums.

Lastly don't overlook the National Gallery of Art. It's another great FREE museum with a lot of great programs for kids. Check out their website: http://www.nga.gov/home.htm and click on "plan a visit" for more information about drop-in classes throughout the summer. They also have a cool NGAKids link on the front of the website that lets you take famous paintings and play around with the colors and distort the faces, pretty cool stuff!

Other places to check out:
1. The International Spy Museum (for kids over 8): http://www.spymuseum.org/
2. The Washington National Cathedral http://www.nationalcathedral.org/
3. The White House- (Please remember to take age appropriate children only, dress respectfully and as your mother would say "mind your manners") http://www.whitehouse.gov/.

Wish us good luck, I'll let you all know how the trip went!

Friday, June 18, 2010

FREE MOVIES!!! (Frank Theatres)

So my husband and I just got back from date night at the new movie theater, yippie, and I had to tell everyone about the cool flyer that I picked up while waiting in line for popcorn. It looks like Frank Theatres is going to be offering FREE MOVIES this summer for kids, just like the program run by their competition over at Regal Cinemas at the West Manchester Mall. The movies will be Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00am and will run for 8 consecutive weeks. I can't find anything on their website about the free movies, but I will keep checking and will post the link when I find it. Here is the list from the flyer:

June 22nd and 24th: "Ice Age"
June 29th and July 1st: "Astroboy"
July 6th and 8th: "Night at the Museum"
July 13th and 15th: "Monsters vs. Aliens"
July 20th and 22nd: Alvin and the Chipmunks"
July 27th and 29th: "Tooth Fairy"
August 3rd and 5th: "Aliens in the Attic"
August 10th and 12th: "Fantastic Mr. Fox"

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Amusement Parks, Ball Parks and More!

By now most of you know the joys of living in Central Pa. in the Spring/Summertime, the food, the weather and the number of outdoor activities available for you and your family. I have written before about the great parks system here in York County and hopefully you have all gotten acquainted with your local park, this Spring has provided us with some great playground weather! Today I thought I would take the outdoor theme in a different direction and offer up some links to other great outdoor activities within about an hours drive. (from downtown York)

I'm going to start with Dutch Wonderland, with a 3 year-old in the house it's the only logical place to begin. If you have kids aged 10 and under Dutch Wonderland is the place to be! They cater to the smaller kids, with a great variety of rides and shows, and now with the added water park you really can't find a better day trip around. Check AAA for the best priced tickets, consider the season pass if you know you will be visiting more than 3 times, and grab a few friends and purchase the group rate tickets. (hint: Group tickets don't have to be used on the same day!) http://www.dutchwonderland.com/index.php

Next up is Dutch Wonderland's big brother Hersheypark. Kids older than 10 will choose Hersheypark over Dutch Wonderland in a heartbeat and it's not hard to figure out why; with bigger and faster rides and a newly updated waterpark called the Boardwalk, Hersheypark is the place to be! If you haven't been there in a while you might want to tag along, Hersheypark has become a premier amusement park featuring 11 roller coasters, a huge 378,000 wave pool and an attached zoo, Zoo America. Giant Food Stores offers discounted tickets with a free parking pass, it's $10 to park, AAA has discounted tickets as well. Look for deals if you will be visiting both Hersheypark and Dutch Wonderland this summer, they sell a combination ticket that features one days admission to each park valid all summer long! http://www.hersheypark.com/index.php

If you are looking for a baseball game think locally first and try a York Revolution Baseball game! We have taken Katie to a few games already and although we didn't get to watch too much of the game, for the price we didn't mind! Tickets start at $4 for the kids, $7 for adults, and check out their website for deals and specialty nights for an additional discount. Another great option is the Rookie Revs fan club for kids. We signed Katie up for this one and it's already paid for itself; for $19 she got 2 tickets for 2 games, one that was in May and one in August, a free mini-baseball bat, a pass to the Downtown playground for the whole season, a pencil and a coupon for 10% off one item in the gift shop. Not bad?! Check out the Revs at: http://www.yorkrevolution.com/

For great minor league baseball just head up 83 North to see the Harrisburg Senators. The Senators play AA baseball in the Eastern League and just sent a hot pitcher, Stephen Strasburg, to the big leagues to play for the Washington Nationals. To find out more about the Senators click here: http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/index.jsp?sid=t547

Finally we have the Baltimore Orioles. What can I say, they aren't that great but they play some great teams; if you are local and an Orioles fan than you know my pain, ugh. The upside of being a losing team is that there are plenty of seats available even with the big teams show up, like the Yankee's and the Red Sox. The stadium is clean, easily accessible and right in downtown Baltimore, close to great food and shopping. I'm sure the bigger kids will appreciate seeing a major league team, even if "root, root, rooting for the home team" isn't going to bring home a win. For more about tickets click here: http://baltimore.orioles.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=bal

Finally, there are other amusement parks and ball fields to check out if you are up for a little longer of a drive (Under or around 2 hours):

Monday, June 14, 2010

St.Joseph's Carnival!

This is one event that I just have to throw in because we always have so much fun, the 19th annual St. Joseph's Carnival! Beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, and running through Saturday the 19th, the carnival is packed with great rides for the kids, delicious food and a lot of fun for the whole family. The carnival begins each night at 5pm and shuts down at 10pm, the kids can get a ride-all-night wristband for $20 and every night there is a featured dinner inside the school cafeteria, Tuesday is BBQ Ribs, Wednesday is Lasagna, Thursday is Porkey's Pulled Pork and Friday Crab Cakes. (There are also baked goods, funnel cake, hot dogs and french fries available, basically your standard carnival food is in full effect!)

In addition to the food and the rides, there will be live music, a Jello eating contest, karaoke (yes the priests get in on this) and a "Carnival Idol" contest. It really is a lot of fun, the money goes partially toward a mission trip for the high school kids and they use a big portion for donations to families in need. So come on out in support of a great cause, eat your fill and watch your kids have a blast! We might see you there!

St. Joseph's s Parish is located at 2935 Kingston Road in York.
Click here to find out more:

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Sky Jam~PA

I have been passing this billboard, with the above picture, on Richland Ave. for at least two weeks now, so finally today I thought I would sit down and see what this is! Thank goodness I did, SkyJam is the formerly named York County Balloon Festival, which I have never attended but always could see from my house. This year though, I think we have to make the trip, it looks AWESOME!

As you can see in the banner it's being held this year at the Fairgrounds, I still have a hard time calling it the Expo Center, from June 11th-13th. They have a schedule of events on their website: http://www.skyjampa.com/index.php but it's much more than just watching balloons. For instance you can go for a tethered ride on a balloon, go on a helicopter ride, they will have amusement rides for the kids, live music and food. The coolest thing will most likely be the actual balloon launches, early morning and late afternoon, so if you do decide to make the trip I would try and plan to see them. I'm absolutely going next weekend, I think a 3 year-old would love the different colors and designs on the balloons and from the pictures from previous years there seem to be a lot of bounce houses for the kids. I can't wait....glad I checked this one out!

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Penn-Mar Irish Festival

Saturday June 19th marks the 10th Annual Penn-Mar Irish Festival at the Markets at Shrewsbury. If you have never been to the Irish Festival you are missing out on a great day of music, dancing and food. (Come on an empty stomach, the smells alone will make you want a little of everything!) They usually have a great set-up for kids, with activities and games, and the best part is that kids under 12 are FREE! There are also a lot of Irish vendors selling all of the Celtic items you could possibly want, from shirts to music.

Two hints if you think you might go, first, get your tickets before you go. The adult tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door. You can order tickets here: http://www.penn-mar.org/irish_festival.htm or call 1-888-273-4507. Secondly, parking is crazy, so be prepared. Don't take 83 S and exit at Shrewsbury, everyone coming from Maryland will be getting off that exit and you might sit in traffic for 20 minutes, speaking from experience here! Instead, take the Glen Rock exit and head south on the Susquehanna Trail and park at Penn-Mar North (10709 Susquehanna Trail), they provide a complimentary shuttle to the festival.

This event is a lot of fun for the family; gates open at 11am with live music and dancing kicking off the day. Have fun, wear your sunscreen and enjoy the festivities.

Two more links that might be helpful:

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Family Rambles

Are you and your family looking for something fun that combines exercise and the great outdoors?

If so than you might want to head over to Rocky Ridge County Park June 9th from 6:30-7:30pm for a family ramble. Parks Advisory board member Anne Walko and her 9 year-old daughter will lead you and your family on an informal walk around the park. Make sure you and your child can walk for 60 minutes, bring plenty of water and let nature, and Anne, be your guide!

If you need directions to Rocky Ridge you will find them here: http://www.yorkcountyparks.org/parkpages/RockyRidge.htm

Family Rambles are also scheduled for June 30th, July 7th and July 28th, all 6:30-7:30pm. For more information call 717-840-7440.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

York YMCA 2nd Annual Kids Triathlon

This is very last minute, but there is definitely time left to register!!

This Saturday May 29th is the 2nd annual Kids Triathlon at the York YMCA. It is open to kids ages 7-14, this year there is even a parent/guardian category too so you can participate with your kids! The race starts at 9am at the YMCA Graham Aquatic Center on Newberry Street. Kids start in the pool, then transition to bike and finish with a short run around Kiwanis Lake. (helmets are required).

Kids 7-9 will swim 25 meters, bike .75 mile and run .3 mile. 10-12 will swim 50 meters, bike .75 mile and run 1/2 a mile. The kids 13-14 and parents will swim 100 meters, bike 1.5 miles and run .75 of a mile.

Registration is $25, which includes a shirt for the first 250 entrants. For more information visit this website: http://www.swimtidalwaves.org/triathlon/ . Good luck to all who participate, stay healthy and have fun!!

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Hershey Gardens

Last year Katie and I visited the Hershey Gardens in late May for one reason and one reason only, butterflies! This Friday the Hershey Gardens opens it's newly renovated Butterfly House which houses more than 200 free-flying butterflies, over 20 different species from around North America. We had a great time trying to find the different varieties of butterflies and the guides inside the house are very helpful pointing out the hiding feeding spots behind leaves and rocks.

The butterfly house is open daily from 9am-5pm, the warmer the weather the more active the butterflies will be. Admission is $12 for 12 and up, $5 for kids 6-11 years old and FREE for those 5and under. Make sure you check around for coupons, I think there is a BOGO in the current Entertainment Book (2010). Good luck and have fun!

Friday, May 21, 2010

Diaper Derby and Toddler Trot

Smart Mama Pa and Memorial Hospital have teamed up with the York Revolution to sponsor the 2nd Annual Diaper Derby and new this year a Toddler Trot. They will be setting up a race area the length of 2 queen size beds, in the outfield before the June 12th game against the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs. The Diaper Derby will be for children up to 12 months and the Toddler Trot will be for kids 12-24 months old. Each child will receive a Revolution T-Shirt just for participating. The grand prize winner will win a $500 savings bond, thanks to Memorial Hospital, and two randomly drawn winners will receive a $100 Bon-Ton shopping spree!

It's sounds like a cute event, so if you have a fast little one (don't we all!) this might be their time to shine! For more information and to register visit: http://www.yorkrevolution.com/news.cfm?newsID=2079

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus

The circus is coming, the circus is coming!!

Okay so it's not that exciting, to me, but I bet your kids would be that happy if you would take them! The Ringling Brothers circus will be at the Giant Center in Hershey Wednesday May 26th through Monday May 31st. There are a bunch of different times to go, which is nice for those of us that still have napping kids, and the prices are a little bit high but you get a lot for your ticket. The highest price ticket is $75.00 and for this price you get to be a "Circus Celebrity", basically you get to participate in part of the show. But still, $75 is a LOT to pay for the circus. Then there are $30, $20 and $16 tickets, which are much more down to Earth.

Now the bonus, where you really get the best bang for your buck, if you show up 90 minutes before the show you get to visit the animals at the Animal Open House. You can visit the animals in their homes away from home. Pretty cute. Then 60 minutes before the show you can go down to the arena floor to get some autographs, meet the animals and even watch an elephant paint! All this is FREE with your ticket, so when you add up the cost of the tickets make sure you factor in the bonus hour and a half pre-show. Click the link below to find out more and do a few Google searches for coupon codes, I didn't find any right away but that doesn't mean they don't exist!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Family Fun Day at Central Market

This Saturday, May 22nd, Central Market is hosting a Family Fun Day from 10am-3pm. All activities are FREE, YAY, and will include a dunk tank, ice cream eating contest ( at noon), face painting, crafts, a balloon lady, petting zoo, live music and a raffle for a night out on the town for mom and dad! (Raffle tickets are $1 each). This sounds like a fun way to re-introduce yourself and your family to the Central Market!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

American Girl Fans!!

This is for all of those American Girl fans, yes I have one of those in my house too!! This weekend, Sunday May 16th from 2-4pm, at Glatfelter Memorial Library in Spring Grove they are hosting an American Girl Garden Party, woo-hoo. The event will focus on the Doll of the Year, Lanie and will feature a scavenger hunt, crafts and snacks. Girls, and their dolls, must be accompanied by an adult and there is a limit of two children per adult. Tickets are available by calling 225-3220 and they are $15 for 2 people, $20 for 3 and $25 for 4, there will also be a raffle to win a doll, no word on if it's Lanie herself.

This might be a fun afternoon activity for your little American Girl, check it out!
http://www.yorklibraries.org/ (click on Events and scroll down to the 16th)

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Teacher Pass to Philadelphia Zoo

If you are a teacher, principal or assistant principal in a public, private or charter school than this might be a great pass to get. FREE admission to the Philadelphia Zoo Monday-Friday all summer long!! Pass this one along, I can't use it, but I know a lot of people that can!

Monday, May 10, 2010

Kid's Bike Safety Day

Thanks to Christine for passing this one along! May 22nd from 10am-1pm there will be a FREE Kid's Bike Safety Day at York College for kids under 12. This is the 1st Annual offering for this event and it looks like a great way to get your child's bike checked out by local bicycle experts, get some hands of safety courses and a little snack!

Mark your calendar and RSVP for this event soon! Contact Jon Saylor at 717-825-5167 or email him at jsaylor3@ycp.edu, put the word "register" in the subject line and include kids names and ages. He also has a Facebook page for the event, just search "Kid's Bike Safety Day".

Wednesday, May 5, 2010


Last summer Katie and I stumbled onto a great program run by Regal Theatre, at the West Manchester Mall; FREE movies every Tuesday and Wednesday all summer long! No kidding! It's a great way to introduce your kids to movies and don't worry about taking the little ones along, it really isn't a "silent" atmosphere!

The Free Family Film Festival, the actual name of the program, starts June 15ht and runs through August 11th. They play a G and PG movie at 10am, in separate theaters, so you can do one movie on Tuesday and one on Wednesday or just pick one, this year I think we are still sticking to the G movies in our house! A quick side note, remember that they will be selling popcorn, candy, soda, you know the typical movie fare so think about sneaking in your own juice and snacks, I think it was close to $15 for popcorn and a soda (for me) last year!!

This really was great for us last year, Katie sat through 2 movies and 2 other ones didn't seem to hold her interest so we left, and I didn't feel guilty at all since I hadn't paid for it. Here is the list of movies for this summer, get there early (about 15-20 minutes ahead of time) so you can find your seats and beat the daycare/summer camp crowd. Enjoy!!

West Manchester Stadium 13
1800 Loucks Road
York ,PA 17408
06/15/2010-06/16/2010Adventure Of Pipi Longstocking (G)
Open Season (PG)
06/22/2010-06/23/2010Muppets Take Manhattan (G)
Planet 51 (PG)
06/29/2010-06/30/2010Muppets From Space (G)
Surf's Up (PG)
07/06/2010-07/07/2010Charlotte's Web (G)
Dr. Suess' Cat In The Hat (PG)
07/13/2010-07/14/2010Mr. Bean's Holiday (G)
Barnyard (PG)
07/20/2010-07/21/2010Wallace and Gromit (G)
Evan Almighty (PG)
07/27/2010-07/28/2010Pirates Who Don't Do Anything (G)
Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs (PG)
08/03/2010-08/04/2010Rugrats In Paris (G)
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (PG)
08/10/2010-08/11/2010Rugrats The Movie (G)
Paul Blart: Mall Cop (PG)