Monday Fun Day Activities

How to have fun when it’s too cold outside I don’t know about your family, but on those cold days, especially if we don’t have snow, we find ourselves spending way too much time in front of electronics. Coming up with ideas to keep the kiddos entertained on those days can be quite challenging. Pinterest has loads of ideas. Crafts, games, sewing projects and baking … Continue reading Monday Fun Day Activities

Youth Sports: Parks and Recreation

Youth sports Jr. Jazz Basketball Registration dates: 1st Session August 1- October 6 Divisions: Itty Bitty Hoops (boys and girls Kindergarten Only), 1st grade boys and girls, 2nd grade boys and girls, 3rd/4th grade girls, 5th/6th grade girls *Leagues will begin the end of October and run until mid-December. 2nd Session: August 1 – November 10 Divisions: 3rd grade boys, 4th grade boys, 5th grade … Continue reading Youth Sports: Parks and Recreation

Skating into the Sunset

Don’t believe everything you hear about skate parks. A skate park doesn’t always have the best reputation. If you look at any representation in the media, you can see that both the kids and the park are represented by kids who are disrespectful and unkind. The Syracuse Skate Park is different, allowing kids – good kids– to gather together and hone their skills. Councilman Dave … Continue reading Skating into the Sunset

Arts Council 5K Fun & Other Events

Syracuse City Arts Council was thrilled to host our first-ever 5K fun run!  The event took place on June 29th and featured around 3 dozen runners. It was a beautiful morning for a run. We are very appreciative of the support of the runners and sponsors, especially Tanner Clinic as title sponsor. Jesse Petersen came in first place with a run time of 18:03, followed … Continue reading Arts Council 5K Fun & Other Events