With the school year winding down, we’re ready to think all things summer at my house! I’m already looking forward to long days at the splash park, outdoor BBQ’s, Royals baseball and yummy cool treats to beat the heat. With a couple 80-degree days earlier this week, my kids have been asking for their favorite […]
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Next up in Wichita Children’s Theatre & Dance Center’s Once Upon a Time Series is Chicken Little. “THE SKY IS FALLING!” Chicken Little and friends learn an important lesson about jumping to conclusions in this fun musical.
Thursday 4/19 10:00 am & Noon(pizza at 11:30)
Friday 4/20 10:00 am, Noon(pizza at 11:30) & 6:30 PM (Pizza at 6)
Saturday 4/21 Noon (Pizza at 11:30)
$7 show Only, $8.50 with Pizza
Group Prices and School Prices are available
Call for reservations 316-262-2282
This is show is performed at 9112 E Central
It’s spriiiiiiiiiiiiing! People can talk all they want to about sweater season, pumpkin spice lattes, and Christmas music, but to me, nothing beats all of the vibrant colors that spring brings to life! For the first time in forever, I will say that I am thankful for this past winter. I somehow managed to clean […]
If you are staying home during spring break but want something for your little ones to do, sign up for this exciting theater & dance camp where the students will spend 45 minutes engaging in stories, crafts and games based on the popular Nickelodeon series and 45 minutes of dance including dance and tap at the Wichita Children’s Theatre & Dance Center.
The class is Monday – Friday 10:30-Noon
Class is $95 for the week
City of Wichita Date: Saturday, March 24 Time: 10 AM – Noon Location: OJ Watson Park, 3022 S McLean Blvd, Wichita, KS Watson Park’s Easter egg hunt is open to the community and aimed at kids 2-10 years old. $5 charge at the gate per carload (cash only). Egg hunts and Watson Park activities […]
Wichita Children’s Theatre & Dance Center continues their Once Upon a Time Series with the Fairy Tale story of Rapunzel. Tickets can be reserved at 316-262-2282.
Show only $7.00 & $8.50 with Pizza. School rates and group prices are available.
Thurs February 1st 10:00 & Noon (Pizza at 11:30)
Friday February 2nd 10:00, Noon (Pizza at 11:30), 6:30 (Pizza at 6)
Saturday February 3rd Noon (Pizza at 11:30)
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 […]
While Wichita has a fantastic zoo, parks that can’t be beat, botanical gardens that can be enjoyed by young and old, and various other outdoor attractions it also has weather that can change on a dime. For those days when the weather tries to put a kink in your plans to get out of the […]
While the local YMCA, city pool and splash parks are great options for staying cool, sometimes packing up all of our gear, sunscreen and snacks seems like more trouble than it’s worth with a preschooler and a toddler in a tow. Here are some of my favorite summer water activities with little or no prep […]
Make A Schedule I love the idea of long, leisurely unscheduled summer days with my two boys…until I’m actually in the trenches. While I’m a proponent of unstructured playtime for my toddler and preschooler, a schedule lets my kids know what is coming up next throughout the day and keeps me organized. I admit scheduling […]
With cooler temps just around the corner, it’s time to think all things pumpkin. Pumpkin patch visits, pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin pie….let’s give a cheer for our favorite fall staple! We love crafts at our house, meaning my kids enjoy making messy and noisy projects and I embrace projects that don’t require 35 supplies and […]
Oh, hello, June. This month is stuffed full of fun for the whole family. We have rounded up events happening throughout the ICT and put them in one handy guide just for you! Now, there is a chance we may have missed one or two, so please let us know in the comments below and […]
I have to admit that when I was younger, I thought Earth Day was kind of…boring. I remember being in elementary school and learning about Earth Day for approximately one day and then not thinking about it for the remaining 364 days. As an adult, now I realize the importance of raising awareness about environmental […]
While trucks, tractors and superheroes usually dominate my preschooler’s playtime these days, I encourage him to invest in arts and crafts time, as well. If it’s a spur-of-the moment rainy day project, I prefer not to have to dig around for 35 craft-supply items or make a Target run for items that we won’t use […]