xavierarnauGetty Images Of course, you might not need much more than a patch of grass on a sunny day to prepare for a happy weekend. Just add friends, family, a picnic, and a few tunes on a wireless speaker. (Adult drinks optional for ages 21 and older.) But when youRead More →

Summer is fast approaching and we are already enjoying a few warm, sunny days spent in the garden and park. But after consuming your picnic or finishing your meal outdoors, what to do? Bring out the garden games, of course! Getty Images Not just for kids (though most of ourRead More →

All schools in Mumbai will resume normal operations, returning to pre-Covid schedules and 100% offline learning at full capacity, from March 2. While online classes will come to a complete halt, recess, extracurricular activities and even school buses will be permitted, according to a notification issued by the Brihanmumbai MunicipalRead More →

Clemson University Equips Quarterbacks With Custom Big Game Footballs By Dominique Massimino February 24, 2022 The Clemson University football team works with Big Game Football, a Dallas-based handcrafted soccer ball manufacturer, to provide game balls that specifically match team quarterback preferences. The company offers various configurations of the shape andRead More →

BOSTON – JANUARY 01: Philadelphia Flyers Mike Richards #18 battles Boston Bruins Patrice Bergeron #37 early in the game during the 2010 Bridgestone Winter Classic at Fenway Park on January 1, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Boston Bruins beat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 in overtime. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) OnRead More →

JEFFERSON CITY – The Special Olympics Missouri hosted the State Outdoor Games today. The games bring more than 1,000 athletes, coaches and families from across the state to the Jefferson City area for state-level competition. Five outdoor sports are presented: pétanque, softball, tennis, golf and flag football. Two sporting eventsRead More →

HAPPENIN OTSEGO for SATURDAY AUGUST 21 Loggers, loggers,more at Cherry Valley outdoor games OUTDOOR GAMES – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Find other lumberjack competitions (including a strongman competition), archery, tractor show, Tough Cookie 5k fundraising walk, and much more . Le Champ, 2 Genesee St., Cherry Valley. [email protected] orRead More →

YOU DON’T NEED to have a ton of outdoor space to enjoy the best outdoor games for kids available. These outdoor games are great for getting kids running, playing sports and sparking their imaginations. 5 If you have a toddler at home, investing in a water and sand play toyRead More →

STATEN ISLAND, NY – A weekly event in Stapleton brings the neighborhood together by providing crucial resources to residents and empowering local youth to get involved in their community. This summer, the Staten Island Justice Center, in conjunction with various other community organizations, is hosting Hill Street Thursdays, offering freeRead More →

Outdoor games for teens Between school, extracurricular activities and possibly work, adolescents often do not have much free time. When they do, it’s tempting to spend it indoors on social media, playing video games, or watching the latest series on TV. If you’re looking for ways to get your teenRead More →

The NHL Outdoor Games slate for the 2021-22 season was announced Monday as part of a major information day. Games include the Minnesota Wild hosting the St. Louis Blues in the Winter Classic and the Nashville Predators taking on the Tampa Bay Lightning. This game will take place at NissanRead More →

Tanger Outlets Grand Rapids has announced plans for a new outdoor entertainment district that shoppers can enjoy starting this fall. The new entertainment district will serve as a first for Tangier’s portfolio nationally, and visitors can expect outdoor games, such as a putting green, cornhole and bocce ball, in additionRead More →

Smiling child playing in summer park By Lyndsey Frey Amy Chand, exercise physiologist for Akron Children’s Healthy and active life program, says that getting kids active and outdoors isn’t just a great way to reverse those frowns, it’s important for their health, too. “Children are naturally drawn to physical playRead More →

Young athletes are no longer required to wear masks in outdoor competitions for the prevention of COVID-19, state health officials said Thursday while urging them and all middle and high school students, to be tested to slow down the pandemic. As key indicators of pandemic activity such as hospitalizations stabilized,Read More →

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date. Please look at the history’s timestamp to see when it was last updated. What are some good games to play outside? The onset of spring signifies the desire to leave the confines of theRead More →

These are just a few of the many games that incorporate social distancing prepared by New York City nonprofit sports and fitness organization Asphalt Green, and included on their website. More games can be found here: https://www.asphaltgreen.org/blog/rep-it-out-games-for-social-distancing READ MORE: Watch live Wednesday: Live coverage of Billy Chemirmir murder trial continuesRead More →

Times are really tough for kids right now. Gone are all their options to play at recess, go to the playground or even go to school. The kids can’t even date their friends right now. As families quarantine and practice social distancing, children’s only choices are primarily for entertainment, withRead More →

Amazon / Walmart It’s time to start planning the details of your annual July 4th BBQ, and we’re here to help. We’ve rounded up the funniest, most user-friendly July 4th board games to keep happy adults and kids entertained. After all, what’s a backyard barbecue without a few water balloonsRead More →

Picnics are one of the best ways to enjoy the great outdoors. But if you’re just sitting while you eat, you might as well be inside. Make the most of your location with an outdoor game or two. These projects only require inexpensive supplies and shouldn’t take too long toRead More →

Playing in the mud, making garlands and climbing trees are simple pleasures that have defined childhood for generations. But these youthful activities seem to be disappearing as an increasing number of children play video games instead. Dozens of outdoor activities that were almost universally enjoyed a generation ago are fallingRead More →

Keeping your kids away from their favorite electronic devices isn’t always easy. But you can encourage them to move by inviting them to play a fun and educational outdoor game. Looking for creative ideas? Here’s one from the May issue of FamilyFun magazine that will exercise your child’s brain andRead More →