Today, March 3, is Hinamatsuri (Hina Matsuri), also called Doll Festival or Girl’s Day, celebrated in Japan.
Find out about the holiday, gorgeous Hina dolls, and fun food, with recipe to cook at home.
Just minutes from downtown Sonoma, Bartholomew Park is a hidden gem, 375 woodland acres, filled with oak and redwood trees, bubbling creeks, colorful wildflowers in spring, overlooks, picnic tables and hiking trails, and it’s free.Read more…
Mardi Gras in New Orleans will be celebrated this year without colorful parades and floats, but you can make King Cupcakes.Read more…
Lunar New Year (Chinese New Year) is coming up – it’s the Year of the Ox.
Legends and lucky symbols of the New Year, videos of San Francisco and Bangkok celebrations, children’s books, fun food and virtual events online to celebrate the holiday.
Stuffed animals are great travelers on family trips – they don’t object to weird foods, can stay up late, no teeth to brush or face to wash, are wonderful company when a child goes to sleep in a strange place, kids love them, and they travel free.
This is Pengos Adventures as they travel the world.
Cooking with kids in December is especially fun – so many treats and sweets from around the world.
This week, we will feature piparkakut from Finland, Mexican hot chocolate, latkes for Hanukkah, Swedish saffron buns, and spice cookies which our family decorates on Christmas Eve.