Category: Seasonal Events

Halloween Crafts for Kids

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These Halloween crafts for kids are a great way to get your kids involved in one of their favorite holidays, as we all know most kids love Halloween. There are parties, costumes, and every kid’s favorite, candy. Trying to keep kids entertained until Halloween night can require the patience of the Dali Llama himself, so …

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Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes – Tofu Recipes – How to Cook Tofu Roast

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Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes, these tofu recipes show you how to cook a tofu roast, so you don’t have to have a big roast turkey to present a beautiful, tasty Thanksgiving meal. Thanksgiving doesn’t have to be all about Turkey this year, as we give you tips on how to cook one of these, so you …

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Green School Supplies Going Green Back to School

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Green school supplies going green back to school, and going back to school means hitting the retail stores and stocking up on all kinds of stuff, right? Well, maybe it means that for some, but the eco-conscious are looking for ways to go green when they get ready to go back to school. 1. The …

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Time Change For Fall 2010 Daylight Savings Time Ends

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Time change for fall 2010 in the US, also known as Daylight Savings Time (DST), ends on Sunday, November 7th, 2010 at 2 AM. Seeing as this is change for fall 2010, it is fall back this season as DST ends, so we gain an hour as we turn the clocks back! This means for …

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Walking in a Winter Wonderland Enjoy the Great Outdoors in Winter Too

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Outdoor pleasures are not just for spring and summer, because walking in a winter wonderland can be a fantastic way to enjoy the great outdoors in winter. Winter offers some beautiful and fun outdoor activity. While most of us associate winter with being cooped up indoors, there are all sorts of fun ways to enjoy …

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Winter Birds How to Help Prepare Wild Birds for the Cold Winter Months

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Winter birds, for when autumn progresses and you know winter will soon be setting in, it’s time to prepare wild birds for the cold ahead. Here are some tips for preparing these birds for the upcoming hard winter months ahead. * Take down hummingbird feeders. Hummingbirds migrate, but if you leave your sugar-water feeder up …

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Guide to Atlantic Puffin Rare Bird Watching Find For Bird Watchers!

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For most bird watching enthusiasts and bird watchers sighting an Atlantic Puffin is one of those rare sighting experiences. For these avid bird lovers, keeping an eye out for a rare sighting is of the utmost importance, and this bird is one of those rare finds that avid birders will cherish for a lifetime! Observing …

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Eco Friendly Thanksgiving Crafts and Thanksgiving Projects for the Whole Family

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Eco-Friendly Thanksgiving crafts and Thanksgiving projects for the whole family, and this year, why not make it an eco-friendly family event? Here are some eco-friendly Thanksgiving projects that you can do with the whole family. Thanksgiving Crafts 1. Greeting cards Thanksgiving is the time of year for sending cards. Making your own from junk mail …

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Fallen Leaves How to Deal with Fallen Leaves The Green Way

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Fallen leaves are here, and the conventional way of getting rid of fall leaves is to rake or blow them into piles, then burn the piles or pack them into plastic bags for trash collection, or place them on the side of the road in some locations. But there are much greener ways to deal …

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Healthy Halloween Treats How to Make Healthy Halloween Treats

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Healthy Halloween Treats,how to make your own healthy treats this season, and few holidays emphasize unhealthy treats as much as Halloween does! As Americans are getting more concerned about childhood obesity, many parents are looking for ways to celebrate this holiday without filling up on Milk Duds. Here are some ways you can make healthier …

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