Category Archives: rainy day

Kids at the Castle at American Swedish Institute: det är kul

On select Fridays starting February 14 (tomorrow!), give the kiddos a taste of Swedish culture with some big free fun at the American Swedish Institute. More importantly, the castle. They get to play IN. A. CASTLE! Tomorrow’s Kids at the … Continue reading

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Great River Water Park: Making a splash with the littlest fishies.

(At Lollipopolis, we love the earth. That’s why 95% of this post comes from recycled content.) A few years back, I spent many-a-winter Mondays at the Oxford Community Center Great River Water Park  with my little dude and his pals. It … Continue reading

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Children’s Theatre Discount Tickets: The stage is set for savings.

Well, hello there. I’ve missed you. How were your holidays? Are you keeping warm? Which camp are you in: The hoping-they-cancel-even-MORE-school camp? Or the get-the-kids-out-of-the-house-NOW camp? Now that we’ve got that settled, I want to tell you about discount tickets … Continue reading

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Saturday Live! at St. Paul Central Library: No shhh-ing required.

So you’re lazing around Saturday morning, fighting  your inevitable pancake coma…now what? You have kids! And they have energy! So take them to Saturday Live! at St. Paul Central Library. Every Saturday morning there’s some sort of literacy-based, kid-pleasin’ entertainment … Continue reading

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Saturdays with a Scientist at the Bell Museum: Science-y fun for the whole family.

Hey everybody, there’s a brand new program at the Bell Museum and it sounds pretty cool: Saturday with a Scientist. One Saturday a month, your whole family can increase its science IQ and have fun doing it. The activities are … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Sports Sports Camp: Fun for them, a potential life-saver for you.

Forget this crazy summer weather! Know what I just did? Dropped my boy off at Revolutionary Sports sports camp for a full day of non-stop sporty fun. Indoors. Rev Sports sports camp is the perfect solution when you suddenly realize you … Continue reading

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Alice in Wonderland: Get them grinning like the Cheshire Cat.

You know who’s a lucky-duck? I am! Because I got to be a chaperone when my boy’s class saw Alice in Wonderland at the Children’s Theatre Company. Maybe it’s because of the busloads of kids who were there instead of … Continue reading

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