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Where to: Beaches in the NY Area
Take some time to enjoy the miles of coastline in the NY area and have some fun in the sun. So pack the car, hit the road, and don’t forget the sunscreen. (read the story...)

Where to: Cut Your Own Christmas Tree - New York, New Jersey, Long Island
A Christmas tree is special during the holidays, but a Christmas tree you choose and cut down as a family is even more special. Visit one of these tree farms in the New York, Long Island, and New Jersey. (read the story...)

Family-Friendly Ski Mountains and Resorts in the Northeast - 2011 Where To Guide
We've compiled a comprehensive guide to the family-friendly mountains within easy traveling distance of New York City and the New York metro area. Many of these locations feature kids' lesson programs and child care for the littlest ones in your brood. You'll also find up-to-date information on the best way to get from here to there — without breaking the bank. (read the story...)

Where to: Ski: January 2008
Where to find the best deals and the newest resort additions this ski season... (read the story...)

Where To: Basketball in Your Backyard - NY, CT, and Long Island
Once all of the baseball and football gear is put away for the season, gyms across the region begin filling up with competitive basketball games in family-friendly settings. If you can't make it to a pro game, check out these other opportunities to catch quality basketball for a fraction of the price and hassle. (read the story...)

Where to: Cut Your Own Christmas Tree in New York Area
The best places to cut your own Christmas tree in Westchester, Rockland, Long Island and Central New Jersey...with an easy-to-follow map! (read the story...)

2010-11 Guide: Where To Pick Your Own Apples in NY, NJ, and CT
Apple picking makes for a quintessential family weekend getaway or day trip that brings fruitful rewards far after you've left the orchard. Consult our comprehensive 2010-11 guide and choose a pick-your-own apple farm in New York (from Long Island to Upstate), New Jersey, or Connecticut - all within easy traveling distance of the New York metro area. (read the story...)

Winter Vacation Activities: Where to Ski and Snowboard with the Family in Southeast New York - 2010 Guide
Whether you’re looking for a conveniently close bunny hill or a well-worth-it trip out to real snow country, have a look at our 2010 where-to guide to find the best fit for you and your crew. (read the story...)

Where to Cut Your Own Christmas Tree Guide for NY, NJ, and CT - 2009
Whether choosing and cutting your own Christmas tree is a decades-old ritual in your family or a new addition to your holiday tradition, consult our guide for a location near you. (read the story...)

Holiday Charity Drives in the New York Metro Area
Find food drives, coat drives, toy drives, and more charitable causes that are accepting donations this holiday season in the New York metro area, including New York City, Long Island, and the suburbs. (read the story...)

WHERE TO CATCH THE MUSIC - Brooklyn
If you’re looking to introduce your young child to the wonders of musical education, here are some options throughout the borough: (read the story...)

Where to Guide: Best Hot Chocolates and Teas in the New York Metro Area
We've highlighted some of the coziest cafes in the New York metro area where families can grab a steaming mug of cold-weather beverages like hot cocoa or tea. Our guide includes sweet stops in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, and the suburbs, including Westchester and Rockland Counties, NY, and Fairfield County, CT. (read the story...)

Where to: Find Fall Fun in Dutchess
North of Westchester, Dutchess County is rich with activities and scenic beauty, especially in October with all its apples, pumpkins, crisp air and spooky delights. (read the story...)

Where to: Fish & Boat in Westchester
Westchester offers everything you need for a day of family fishing. Within the county, you’ll find small streams and ponds fit for young anglers, and larger lakes, reservoirs, and coastal fishing for more serious fishers-in-training. While this list doesn’t include every fishing area, it will help you to know where to start. (read the story...)

Where to: Go Apple Picking in NY, NJ & CT
What better way to celebrate this colorful time of year than by heading to the apple orchards, where you can steal some September sunshine while handpicking a bushel-ful of the season’s signature fruit. (read the story...)

Where to: Ski in New York Area
The family that skis together often stays together, and ski resorts near and far offer a variety of ways that ‘hook’ the entire family. (read the story...)

Where to: Pumpkin Picking in New York & Connecticut
Whether you plan on carving a jack-o-lantern or baking pumpkin pie, now is the time to hit the pumpkin patch and pick the biggest, roundest, most orange pumpkin you can find in Connecticut, Westchester, Rockland County and other surrounding areas in NY. (read the story...)

Where to: Hot Chocolate and Teas for Holiday Cheer - 2009 Guide
Take a break from holiday shopping to find a warm mug of cocoa or tea to wrap your hands around and recharge your holiday cheer. Here's our 2009 guide for New York, Long Island, and Connecticut. (read the story...)

Where to: Ice Skate in Manhattan - 2011 Guide
There's nothing like ice skating amid the hustle and bustle of the city, so bundle up and head to one of these classic outdoor rinks. (read the story...)

Where to: Donate in NYC...Our Annual Donation Guide
The holiday season is a wonderful time to demonstrate family values to our children. As well as giving them items on their wish list, another more lasting gift is the chance to experience the joys of giving back. (read the story...)

Where To Guide: Zoos, Nature Centers, and Botanical Gardens in the New York City Area
Embrace spring by paying a visit to a zoo, nature center, or botanical garden in the New York metro area, many of which offer outdoor, nature-based activities for kids and families. Our guide this month has all the information you need for a fun family outing to celebrate the great outdoors. So, if you've thawed out enough, put a spring in your step and hop to some seasonal fun at any one of the locations in your area. (read the story...)

Where to: Zoos and Nature Centers in the NY Area
Celebrating Earth and its creatures all around the New York area... (read the story...)

Where to: Find New York Area Museums
Every museum -- for kids and others -- you thought you knew about and many more can be found in a new guide book. (read the story...)

Where to: Catch the Music In New York City
If you’re looking to introduce your younger child to the wonders of music, here are some options throughout the borough. (read the story...)

Holiday Charity Drives in Rockland County, NY
The following charitable organizations are accepting donations throughout the holiday season for needy families in Rockland County, NY. (read the story...)


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