Welcome to Valley Family Fun!
People who are new to the area (and some who are not) often ask me what they can do with their families in the Valley.
This made me realize that there isn't one central place to look for information. Here is a compilation of what I've discovered!
Valley Family Fun is not responsible for any incorrect information or decisions you make for your family. If you see any errors or have suggestions, please feel free to share!
To learn more about Valley Family Fun, listen here to a podcast of an interview I did on CBC Information Morning (April 2012).
Laura Churchill Duke
Valley Family Fun Blog
My oldest son came home from school a few weeks ago saying that he and his friends had talked at school and had collectively decided that they wanted to do a project to save the endangered pandas in Asia.
To combat the problem of having too many books, I have come up with a great women’s night idea that I have been running twice a year for the past few years. It’s a ladies’ book swap night!
My Japanese friends recently hosted a Japanese cultural party for my kids and their friends. We did everything from origami to calligraphy and making sushi!
Mom’s Famous Hash brown Casserole
Whenever there is a family event, people come to expect Mom to bring this dish. My husband is always asking her to make it, and I’m sure, if left to his own devices, he could eat the entire pan!
It’s quick. It’s easy. And it’s delicious!
Are the kids going stir crazy inside on a rainy or stormy day?
Or need a new came to take out in the yard?
Try balloon tennis!
This game started in our living room and has become an instant favourite with the neighbourhood kids.