Tag: things to do

Ice Skating at Generations Park in Bridgewater Opening Soon!

Generations Park in Bridgewater had a fantastic first farmers market season, and is now gearing up for ice skating on the new rink! Scheduled to open on Thanksgiving Day, this fun pastime is sure to provide enjoyment for all ages. Bonus: a local favorite restaurant, JalapeƱo Southwest Grill, is opening a second location at Generations Park, too!

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Guide to Rainy Day Fun with Kids in Harrisonburg… Indoor Playtime!

Harrisonburg boasts a fairly mild climate overall, but did you know that our Friendly City experiences 118 days of precipitation per year? This would account for both snow and rain, with averages of 21" and 36", respectively. That leaves parents and childcare providers with a conundrum for nearly 4 months out of the year. Splash around outside in the mud and get soaked and filthy, or stay indoors while trying to wrangle entertain the littles all day? Relax! With this Guide to Rainy Day Fun with Kids, you'll have just that... FUN on rainy (and snowy) days. Gone are the hours of whining and boredom. Harrisonburg offers plenty of indoor fun for kids of all ages -- with plenty of puddles to splash in, too.

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Exploring Harrisonburg: Green Valley Book Fair

In search of new books at bargain prices? Harrisonburg's very own Green Valley Book Fair offers a wide variety of books (and gifts!) in a huge book warehouse. Just inside the front door, a map stuffed full of pins from visitors across the globe proves that it is absolutely worth the visit!

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The Family-Friendly Activity Guide to Harrisonburg… Fun for All Ages!

Harrisonburg and Rockingham County are home to a wealth of families with young children. Did you know that approximately 23% of our local population is made up of kids age 18 and younger? No wonder there are so many fabulous family-friendly activities, organizations, and events geared toward this crowd! Our posts listing things to do with kids in Harrisonburg have been wildly popular, so we decided the next guide in our series most definitely had to focus on all things kid- and kid-at-heart-friendly in the 'Burg.

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