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Fun Fall Treats to Cook with Kids As the leaves begin to fade from vivid green to auburn, yellow, and brown, nature instills in us a sense of change. The nights begin to feel cooler as the days grow shorter; autumn is upon us before we know it. For many, this season is filled with numerous gatherings from fall festivals to Thanksgiving dinner, and these festive events can’t take place without spending some time in the kitchen, so while in the kitchen, why not include the little ones? Cooking with children not only provides numerous educational benefits but also creates quality time with caregivers, so this season, make special memories with your little ones by including them when cooking. Read the Full Story
Campfires, Pumpkin-Carving, and Caramel: Fall-Themed Family Days and Nights Between beach trips and ballgames, summers are often spent on the road, but the fall provides many opportunities for families to plan fun-filled days at home. True, there are plenty of community events in the fall; nevertheless, there is something about the crisper temps and approaching holidays that can turn families into homebodies. Northeast Mississippi families love the fall, and it seems to really bring out their creative sides. Read the Full Story
Being Scared … Boo! “Trick or Treat!” Hobgoblins, ghosts, and creepy creatures soon will haunt our Halloween night. Some of us will go to spook houses, where we’ll scream when the goblins jump out to surprise us. Others will stay up late watching scary movies. Why do humans seek the thrill of being scared? Read the Full Story
Once Upon A Fairytale: Sharing Love One Cup of Tea at a Time When Magic and Fun lock arms with Service and Compassion, the inevitable result makes lives better and more beautiful. There is an event coming up soon that will make this match-made-in-heaven come to life. This event is the Once Upon A Fairytale, a Mother Daughter Princess Tea. Read the Full Story
Preparing for the Flu Season After the long summer months, there is nothing better than the thought of fall. Who doesn't love the idea of cooler temps and pumpkin spice lattes! Decreasing temperatures results in various outcomes. One of those outcomes is the decrease of the mosquito and insect population, which means as fall is upon us, the threat of the newly frightening Zika virus dissipates. Unfortunately, other health concerns for DeSoto County families emerge. Read the Full Story
We're Looking to Honor the “Coolest Kids” in Mississippi! Are you the parent of a really cool kid? Does your child have a special talent or enjoy a unique hobby? Is your little one a great singer, dancer, soccer player, artist, or winner of science fairs? Does your child bake amazing cookies, overcome huge obstacles, or help others in acts of charity? If so, we want to hear about it! Read the Full Story

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Calendar of Events, Northeast MS

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Calendar of Events - Pinebelt

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Latest Family Events

Sat Oct 01 @ 9:00AM - 01:00PM
Midtown Fall Flea
Sat Oct 01 @10:00AM - 02:00PM
Science Festival
Sat Oct 01 @10:00AM - 03:00PM
Digging into Archaeology
Sun Oct 02 @ 1:00PM -
Mississippi’s Walk for Diabetes
Sun Oct 02 @ 1:30PM - 05:30PM
Visiting Artist-Kelly Haber
Tue Oct 04
Food for Thought
Tue Oct 04 @11:30AM - 12:15PM
Guided Exhibition Tour with Chief Curator Roger Ward
Thu Oct 06
The Irascibles Live – Artists in the Galleries
Sat Oct 08
The Irascibles Live – Artists in the Galleries
Sat Oct 08 @ 6:00AM -
Domestic Violence 5K Walk/Run