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Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebrations in Wichita

Join our community as we observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2018 at these various celebration in the City of Wichita! You can find other ways to celebrate year-round here: Black History 365: Year Round Celebration  4th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Program Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. – Eta Beta Lambda Chapter would like […]

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Why I’m Raising A Santa Believer

For kids, believing in Santa Claus is magical; for parents, it’s nostalgic. Santa represents goodness, giving and joy and believing in him just feels…well, good! When I strip all that away, though, and discern why I’m really raising my daughter to believe in things like Santa Clause, the Easter Bunny and the tooth fairy—there’s one […]

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3 Fun Holiday Treats to Make with Kids

I love making homemade treats for special occasions, in fact I might even go a little overboard during the holidays. I love focusing on details but I don’t love spending all day in the kitchen. I fondly remember holiday treats that my mom still makes today, so I wanted to create some fond memories for […]

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Easy DIY Christmas Handprint Wreath

Looking for a crafty project to do with your youngsters this holiday season that doesn’t require construction paper and glue sticks? If you’re anything like me, you’ll love this simple project that includes your kids artwork AND it matches your decor! Handprint Wreath Supplies Needed Wooden Board 3 (or more) shades of green paint Foam […]

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Holiday Drinks for Every Party :: From Our Team to Yours

Any time I throw a party, from a simple potluck to an elaborate Oscar-watching party, my mind races with all the details: Will there be enough food? Will everyone like the food? What if someone is allergic to something? And most importantly, What will the people drink? I polled our contributor team to get out […]

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Chickasaw Country

Chickasaw Country: The Hidden Gem of Weekend Getaways

Thank you to Chickasaw Country for providing an all-expense paid trip to our new favorite getaway spot! All opinions are my own.There’s no word with the finality of “good bye” in the Chickasaw language. The closest approximation is “anowa chipisala’ cho,” meaning “until we meet again.” After spending the weekend in Chickasaw Country, Oklahoma I […]

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Christmas Advent Calendar Ideas For Kids

Now matter how you celebrate the holidays, the Advent season is a perfect opportunity to help your family focus on more meaningful aspects of Christmas. Traditionally, Advent begins 4 Sundays before Christmas and symbolizes a season of anticipation waiting for the birth of Jesus (some celebrate beginning December 1st). Advent Calendars One of my favorite […]

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