These birthday party resources in Fairfield County include party stores, gyms, and restaurants to host your party, plus entertainers like clowns, magicians, face painters, and more.
Find after-school classes and programs, including sports, dance classes, foreign language, academic enrichment programs, and art classes in Fairfield County, CT.
While the options in the NYC area are limitless, your best family fun options for today are listed right here. From free library events to music, theater, and museum events, outdoor ideas to indoor play spaces, you'll find activities for every age child. If you're making plans for next weekend, search NYMetroParents' full calendar.
Look no further for Fairfield County day camps and specialty camps for your child! Whether your child is interested in theater, gymnastics, art, sports, martial arts, academic summer programs, or traditional day camp activities, you'll find it here.
Find preschools, private, or public schools in the Fairfield, CT area, plus after-school tutors for extra homework help and program to help your kids academically.
Search our listings for Fairfield youth sports programs and teams, from soccer to softball leagues, to swimming lessons, and tennis programs.
Our Fairfield County, CT calendar editor shares her picks for the best family activities this August. .
Use this comprehensive list to find special needs resources, including therapists, special needs camps, medical experts, and advocates in Fairfield County.
From the 150-million-year-old Apatosaurus skeleton in the Great Hall to the two-story-tall sculpture of Torosaurus outside, the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History in New Haven, CT, is sure to give your kids their dino fix, plus a whole lot more!.
A guide to doctors and health services in Fairfield County including family doctors and pediatricians, hospitals and medical centers, dentists and orthodontists, gyms and sports centers, and more.
The Adventure Park at the Discovery Museum in Bridgeport, CT, is the first aerial adventure park in the New York City area. It features five acres of tree platforms, rope bridges, zip lines, and aerial trails for climbers as young as 5 years old.