If you haven't seen the magazine around, check out Buffalo Spree online for all kinds of local interest stories, news and resources. Look at the food and drink section here, for some new ideas on where to eat or what to cook. They also have sections on the arts, events, and more.
Category: Fun Stuff
Just a little bit south of here, are some amazing unspoiled outdoor areas. WNY Wilds webpage details activities you can participate in along the southern tier. Check out their page. You can also check out I Love NY's page for activities all across the state. And don't forget the NYS Parks page with links to …
Step Out Buffalo
Okay so all things wonderful about Buffalo, NY are discussed and shared in this great site. If you haven't already seen it (you can see posts on FB), please check it out for up to date information on what to do in Buffalo and the surrounding area this summer. Check it out here.
Canalside usually has a wide-range of free fitness activities down by the waterfront. Until things ease up a bit, they are offering free virtual fitness classes online. Click here to find the schedule of what's available. Also you can visit the Outer Harbor and complete the scavenger hunt just for fun. Click here and scroll …
NYS Parks Blog
Are you interested in nature? Do you like to visit the lovely outdoor spaces in our community? If so, you may be interested in following the New York State Parks Blog. Posts talk about all kinds of things nature and park related. Maybe it will inspire you to get outside and visit one of our …
Good Comics for Kids
Do you or someone you love--love comics? School Library Journal has a column discussing all things comics for kids. I just ordered the new compilation of the old LULU comics that I remember loving when I was a kid (a loooong time ago) that I saw in the column. Perhaps you'll find something you like …
Your Home Librarian
School Library Journal and Library Journal have created a newsletter with tips for home library organization, games, books to read, and other fun info. You can sign up for the installments to be sent to you. If you want to check out the newsletter, click here for some past issues.
Virtual Events Calendar
School Library Journal has published a virtual events calendar (article, I wish it was set up visually like a calendar, but alas...) of all the goings on virtually for kids. Here's the link to the information. (notice my avatar has changed a little 🙂
Sesame Street Resources
Do you have young children at home? Sesame Street is a beloved show and now they have a page called "Caring for Each Other" that collects various resources for your child to enjoy. I don't know about you, but I loved Sesame Street as a little kid 🙂 Check out the page here.
I probably posted about this site before, when the weather wasn't as nice as it is starting to be (this week in the 70's!) but I thought I'd post again about Go Noodle. It's a site devoted to physical activity for kids and even though I personally haven't used it, it looks very worthwhile. Check …