This weekend at the Lancaster Science Factory we will be offering free hands on workshops taking place in our Science Café. Our theme? EGGS!! See “powerful” eggshells, move and race an egg without cracking it, see the strange movement of … Continue reading

Getting crafty with Creative Reuse: Parachute people

by Andrea E. Stoner Leaman

Right. Plastic bags are Number One on the list of items not to hand to your children. So let’s just say here that this is for kids who are old enough to know not to … Continue reading

Mom’s pick of the week: This bunny is looking for alternatives

If your pantry is like mine, you still have a breath-taking amount of Halloween candy. Add to that rolls of Lifesavers (from the perennial favorite Lifesavers “book” given at Christmas), chocolate  gold coins from St. Paddy’s Day and my minor … Continue reading

Ladies! Let’s Talk Cars

Learn how to keep your family safe and your car reliable

When:  April 17, 2014

Time: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Location:  856  South State Street, Ephrata, PA

RSVP:  717-733-0722

Email:  gcauto @ dejazzd.com


Taste of Lancaster

Mom’s Pick of the Week: F&M’s child lab needs 4-year-old volunteers

Here’s something cool for both you and your tot to do, while helping to further the understanding of children’s behavior. Franklin & Marshall College’s Child Development Lab is conducting two studies and is looking for 4-year-old children to participate.

Both … Continue reading

Hop onto the Easter Bunny Train in Strasburg

Spring into the season and create an Easter tradition at the Strasburg Rail Road. Hop aboard an authentic vintage steam train with the Easter Bunny for a 45-minute ride through the Lancaster County countryside.

The Easter Bunny Train pulls into … Continue reading

942 Girls are lacing up their sneakers across Lancaster County and spreading their wings!

Girls on the Run of Lancaster launched its fall season March 3rd, 2014.  Check the website to see where these teams are running at http://www.gotrlancaster.org.

Girls on the Run of Lancaster, part of Girls on the Run International, is a … Continue reading

Everyone is unique, and so are diet needs

By Casey Seidenberg

Special To The Washington Post.

Paleo. Vegan. Raw. Gluten-free. It seems as though some people have footnotes after their names, identifying the way in which they eat. Many of these folks are fanatical in asserting that their … Continue reading

Getting crafty with Creative Reuse: Sweaters into wreaths

By Andrea E. Stoner Leaman

So it’s spring and that means time to take down the Christmas decorations (don’t pretend like I’m the only one who has found it too cold each day, for months, to take down all the … Continue reading