What are the Best Degrees to Study in 2020?

When deciding which degree to study, the array of choices can sometimes be overwhelming. There are subjects available in college which you may have never studied, and so it can be difficult knowing if the course on offer is for you. The best advice is to keep your options as open as possible and to […]

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Kids’ Craft Days at the Hand Art Center – Stetson University

Kids’ Craft Days Saturday, Sept. 7 and 14 and Saturday, Oct. 5 and 12, noon-4 p.m. Children will be creating themed crafts in correlation with “Rick Shaefer: The Refugee Trilogy” exhibit. The extraordinary Refugee Trilogy series by Rick Shaefer, represents the Connecticut-based artist’s passionate and cerebral response to the current Syrian refugee crisis. The event […]

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Great home-school classes through the LEC – Lyonia Environmental Center

LEC offers home-school classes Home-schooled children can learn about nature during outdoor adventures hosted by the staff and volunteers of Lyonia Environmental Center. Upcoming programs are: · Mighty mangroves: 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Sept. 25. Learn about species that depend on estuaries as the group explores mangroves, conducts water testing, and collects aquatic species […]

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1st Day of School Giveaway Hop

I’m participating in a fun giveaway hop celebrating the 1st Day of School. There are some great prizes and entry is easy. Giveaway ends at midnight on 9/10. My kids recently headed back to school, but I know there are some kids that still a little later. Learning doesn’t end at school, sometimes we need […]

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