Many parents are looking to engage their families in activities that show support for the Black community in the wake of the death of George Floyd. Check here for 3 ways to show support from home.
Stamford Public School Superintendent Dr. Tamu Lucero released a statement about recent acts of racism and violence. Read it here and learn about the upcoming webinar to help parents discuss recent events with children.
Graduation Day will look different for everyone this year. But whether it’s kindergarten graduation, elementary, middle school high school or college graduation, our grads deserve to be celebrated for their hard work! We have some fun options for both celebrating and gifting!
Phase 1 of re-opening Connecticut does include outdoor museums and zoos, which can open at 50% capacity. Here is a list of facilities that are re-opening and how to plan ahead!
Emily is a Stamford mom who owns her own sleep consulting business! She shares her favorite things about Stamford and her number one tip for improving children’s sleep.
It’s never been more important to find creative ways to keep the kids (of all ages) entertained. But during this period of social distancing, it is certainly getting harder and harder. Thankfully, Big Leaps Pediatric Therapy Practice is sharing a whole calendar of activities for the month of June! See it here!
Stamford Town Center is open as of Wednesday, May 20. Here is a list of stores that are opening over the next few days.
Does spending so much time at home have you itching for a change? Dibico has some advice for making your home exactly what you’re looking for!
Stamford Public School Superintendent Dr Tamu Lucero is addressing the latest on budget cuts and the census in a letter to families and staff.
Streateries in Stamford Downtown provides expanded space for walking and eating while maintaining social distancing and adhering to the state and local public health protocols.
Happy weekend! Here are some fun ways to spend the weekend outside, in the kitchen or giving back!
If you live in Stamford and have a child who will be 5-years-old on or before January 1, 2021, the Stamford Public School System is asking that you register your child for kindergarten, now!
Stamford will show off its pride by illuminating Stamford’s Old Town Hall in rainbow colors to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month starting June 1. Read more, here.
The City of Stamford is providing updates on the ongoing COVID-19 situation as of Wednesday, June 3.
The Local Moms Network spoke to Marietta Vázquez, MD, who is a Yale Medicine pediatric infectious disease specialist about COVID-19 Related Child Inflammatory Disease. Read their interview, here.
With a proposal from Stamford’s Board of Finance that would cut $35 million from Stamford Mayor David Martin’s 2020-2021 spending plan, the Stamford Public School budget could be cut by millions. The proposed cuts have created an outpouring of support for students and teachers on social media. Read more here.
On Wednesday, May 20 restaurants in Connecticut will be able to open for outdoor dining only. Wondering what restaurants will offer outdoor dining in Stamford? Find our list, here!
The Lost Husband is a movie based on the novel by bestselling author Katherine Center. The film is heartwarming, funny and has a great cast! We spoke to the film’s director, Vicky Wight, about the film, her career as a producer/director/writer, and more!
This Memorial Day weekend will certainly be different than in years past. But, there are ways to have fun and make the most of the 3 day weekend. Here are some ideas!
Whether it be making changes to outdoor or indoor spaces, we are introducing you to some of our favorite home improvement professionals, from realtors to designers, and landscapers to contractors. Check out our 2020 Home Improvement Guide to help you with all of your projects this spring.