[ad_1] 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 hospitalizationsRead More →

[ad_1] 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 tallRead More →

[ad_1] A new pop-up outdoor restaurant in Taunton that opened on the day the lockdown restrictions were relaxed intends to “bring life back to the city”. Brazz on the Green, which is opened by the management of Brazz on the Castle Grounds in downtown Taunton, began serving customers today (AprilRead More →

[ad_1] This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date.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 ofRead 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 →

[ad_1] 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 mildRead More →

[ad_1] This is an archived article and the information in the article may be out of date.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. The best outdoor games for children With sunny and pleasant weather on the way, the kids are ready to spendRead More →

If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that faraway family vacations and adult summer camps are wonderful luxuries, but sometimes the best memories are made at home, in your own backyard. Whether it’s splashing around in an inflatable pool and relaxing with a stack of reads on theRead More →

[ad_1] One of Glasgow’s largest beer gardens has received more than 10,000 reservations in just 24 hours after announcing outdoor spaces to reopen next month as restrictions ease. Nicola Sturgeon recently announced that the Scottish hotel sector will begin to reopen from April 26, with groups of up to sixRead More →

[ad_1] 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 HamiltonRead More →

[ad_1] After nearly seven weeks of a regional coronavirus stay-at-home order, Santa Barbara County restaurants on Tuesday will once again be able to serve customers on-site, rather than sending them away with take-out orders. California Governor Gavin Newsom lifted the stay-at-home order on Monday, allowing restaurants to reopen with modifiedRead More →

[ad_1] An Old Pasadena restaurant posted this photo on social media of a man eating in his outdoor dining area just steps from the restaurant’s front door. (By Facebook) Although state health ordinances forced the shutdown of all outdoor food services across California early last month, Pasadena’s policy allows restaurateursRead More →

[ad_1] The city of Manhattan Beach in South Bay has decided to offer a “creative” solution to the current ban on on-site dining in Southern California restaurants. Although the city does not have its own public health department to make localized decisions regarding on-site meals (which, in any event, wouldRead More →

[ad_1] CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – Grammy-nominated Charlotte-born artist DaBaby has transformed a parking lot into an outdoor restaurant to help feed the homeless community and all who need it this Thanksgiving. The event took place outside of AerialCLT at 801 North Tryon Street between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. DaBaby,Read More →

[ad_1] Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler announced Thursday the closure of all outdoor spaces in the city like parks, including wooded areas. The closure remains in effect until September 24, unless otherwise modified. Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District closed all outdoor spaces until Monday, September 14. This includes parks, trailsRead More →

[ad_1] A petition calling for an indoor skatepark in Bradford has been signed by 111 people. The petition to Bradford council says existing skateparks are not fit for purpose and calls on the authority to provide “partial funding for the planning and construction” of an indoor facility that “would helpRead More →

[ad_1] 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 theRead More →

[ad_1] 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 trialRead 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 →

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 →

[ad_1] 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 waterRead More →

[ad_1] View of the construction site at Talleyrand Park on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 in Bellefonte. Phoebe sheehan [email protected] Appreciation of the outdoors is a deeply rooted value throughout central Pennsylvania. Here are three outdoor parks in Center County that are starting construction or making improvements so residents can getRead 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 →