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Thinking of Donating Toys or Food This Season? Let Our List Help You!

I am thrilled to have a new mom writer for Cbus Mom. Her name is Kelly and she has three kids – a 15 month old son and 8 and 5 year old daughters. Needless to state, she has her hands full. Look for her posts over the coming months. She has some great stuff to [...]

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December Events at Worthington Libraries

December Events at Worthington Libraries

I love the library! Worthington Libraries have some fun activities coming up for the little ones 8 and younger in December. Take a look:  Winter Senses and Stories The sights, sounds, smell and feel of winter will come alive through songs, rhymes and hands-on activities. Friday, December 5 at 10:30 am LOCATION: Worthington Park Library, [...]

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Zillow Shares How to Compare Columbus Schools before Moving

Over the years I’ve had many people reach out me who are moving to Columbus. Their questions range from where is the best area so I can ride my bike to work to what are the best school districts…all questions that require me to have bias. I have my favorite areas of town, and I [...]

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Columbus Modern Dance Company in Columbus, OH

Dance seems to be one of the most popular choices when it comes to classes for littles, second probably to soccer. There are many choices and price ranges, and all are great in one way or another. I always thought ballet or tap were my options when it came to enrolling my girl in classes, [...]

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Friends of the Sawmill Wetlands “Sawmill Saturdays”

Friends of the Sawmill Wetlands “Sawmill Saturdays” start up this Saturday. Friends of the Sawmill Wetlands are dedicated to the preservation of the wetlands that are located behind Whole Foods in Dublin.  Did you know there was a wetlands in that area? On “Sawmill Saturdays” they open them up from 10a – noon for the [...]

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KidStuff Coupon Book: Save Serious $

This is seriously one of the best fundraising ideas I’ve seen for schools: a coupon book that has coupons related to kids’ stuff. Granted, I love buying Anthony Thomas candy bars and trashy tabloid magazines (throw in a Ranger Rick too, I guess…ha!), but I’d love to spend a little to save a lot. The [...]

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Tecumseh: Outdoor Drama in Chillicothe, OH

I have my Grandmother to thank for my love of theater…specifically outdoor theater. Some of my fondest childhood memories include driving the hour to Sugarloaf Mountain to see the outdoor drama Tecumseh. Since that time, I have imposed this theatrical experience on my husband, my Rhode Island family, and recently some of my best friends. [...]

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