Making Healthy After School Snacks

Philadelphia, PAWith back to school season in full swing, parents are getting back into the routine of making healthy after school snacks. It’s no secret that schedules are as hectic as ever, but that’s not stopping parents from taking the time to pack nutritious snacks for their kids. - With the kido's back to school, parents are getting back into the routine of making healthy after school snacks. It’s no secret that schedules are as hectic as ever, but that’s not stopping parents from taking the time to pack nutritious snacks for their kids.

Philadelphia Guide to the Solar Eclipse (Photo: NASA)

PhillyBitePhiladelphia, PA - More than 300 million people in the United States potentially could directly view the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, and NASA wants everyone who will witness this celestial phenomenon to do so safely.Philadelphia, PA - More than 300 million people in the United States potentially could directly view the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, and NASA wants everyone who will witness this celestial phenomenon to do so safely.

The Kindness Rocks Project

The one million rock challenge is a movement designed to encourage people to decorate rocks with inspirational messages and leave them in random public places for others to find and brighten their day. These lovely painted rocks are popping up all over the country! AND Michaels makes it easier to everyone to paint a kindness rock to reach our goal of ONE MILLION.Philadelphia, PA - The one million rock challenge is a movement designed to encourage people to decorate rocks with inspirational messages and leave them in random public places for others to find and brighten their day. These lovely painted rocks are popping up all over the country! AND Michaels makes it easier to everyone to paint a kindness rock to reach our goal of ONE MILLION.

City Officials Launch the 2017 Play Philly Program

Philadelphia, PA - Mayor Jim Kenney, Managing Director Michael DiBerardinis, Philadelphia Parks and Recreation Commissioner Kathryn Ott Lovell and Councilman Bobby Henon joined community members at Vogt Recreation Center to announce the details for the 2017 Play Philly program. Play Philly infuses traditional city summer camp programming with active play and health programming at participating recreation centersPhiladelphia, PA - Mayor Jim Kenney, Managing Director Michael DiBerardinis, Philadelphia Parks and Recreation Commissioner Kathryn Ott Lovell and Councilman Bobby Henon joined community members at Vogt Recreation Center to announce the details for the 2017 Play Philly program. Play Philly infuses traditional city summer camp programming with active play and health programming at participating recreation centers.

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