From the Victoria Carter group With the arrival of sunny days and warmer weather, New Jersey residents can begin to enjoy the outdoors. Our state offers many unique attractions–from sculpture gardens with rich greenery to historical open-air museums–where families can venture out for a day trip. Many of these placesRead More →

Terrace bars and restaurants in Ottawa will be allowed to reopen on Friday as Ontario begins to ease restrictions on retail operations and outdoor activities three days earlier than originally planned, the government said on Monday. provincial. The province highlighted increasing immunization rates and continued improvement in “key indicators” suchRead More →

New York expands its outdoor activities with the Open Boulevards initiative tetiana.photographer via Shutterstock To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/962388/new-york-expands-activities-across-the-streetscape-with-open-boulevards-initiative Earlier this month, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the launch of the Open Boulevards program, an initiative that would temporarily shut offRead More →

TORONTO — Ontario has announced a three-stage plan to reopen the province, starting with outdoor recreational facilities, as it gradually prepares to ease pandemic restrictions. From May 22, outdoor leisure facilities – such as golf courses and tennis courts – will be allowed to reopen, the government has announced. TheRead More →

NEW YORK (WABC) – New York’s Open Streets program is expanding – to allow more space for outdoor dining and community activities. Several streets in the five arrondissements have now become car-free “open boulevards” on weekends. Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Open Streets program turned miles of streets full of restaurantsRead More →

Drive the High Road from Santa Fe to Taos for the beauty and seclusion of remote landscapes. The 56-mile-long High Road winds through historic villages and past the Santuario de Chimayo, a church famous for its healing land. We shopped at the galleries featuring pewter artwork, straw sconces, statues ofRead More →

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) – The CDC announced this week that it is relaxing mask-wearing guidelines for those who have been fully vaccinated. With that, more people are enjoying outdoor activities, including baseball this summer, and outdoor dining at places around town. Earlier this week, US health officials announced theyRead More →

With warmer temperatures on the horizon, Titletown is launching new programs and activities to give community members the opportunity to enjoy spring. From April 16 to May 31 Prismatica is back for another appearance in Titletown. The one-of-a-kind interactive art installation features 25 pivoting prisms over six feet tall thatRead More →

Texas’ second largest city is known for its festive River Walk, historic Spanish-style missions, and delicious Tex-Mex food (especially breakfast tacos). And while home to 1.5 million friendly Texans, this South Texas urban destination offers plenty of parks, green spaces, and other outdoor activities to enjoy in its mild climateRead More →

No matter what time of year you live or what the weather is like, nature provides endless opportunities for children to develop their mathematical thinking. When we learn outdoors, children can hone their observation skills and become curious about the world around them. And instead of buying expensive hands-on mathRead More →

Relaxing restrictions to allow certain outdoor activities, including alfresco dining and fitness classes, for gray zone areas is something Premier Doug Ford says he would “absolutely.” in favor of doing so provided the medical officers of health and mayors consent to it. Speaking at a press conference in Hamilton onRead More →

For many people, the summer of 2020 has been unlike any other in recent memory. Public health restrictions caused by the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic have resulted in the cancellation of festivals, concerts and other events. Many holidays and major celebrations have been limited or suspended. Despite the changesRead More →

Governor JB Pritzker announced the easing of restrictions for various businesses in Phase 3 of his Illinois Restoration Plan, which is scheduled to begin May 29, he said Wednesday. As half of Illinois restaurants closed, sales fell 80% to 90% and more than 300,000 people were laid off, said SamRead More →