Our book for the month of March will be The Hating Game by Sally Thorne. We will be meeting on Sunday, March 28 at 8pm over Zoom.
Barrington Park in West Wichita is a small playground on a corner in a neighborhood off 21st and Tee Time Street with a fun playground and a small field.
Spring is finally here, and we couldn’t be happier to be shaking off the winter doldrums and getting outside again. We found a fantastic new book, Gardening for Kids: Learn, Grown and Get Messy with Fun STEAM Projects, which has a ton of ways to get your kids into the dirt this season.
In a rut with date night? Don’t want to spend a lot of money? Here is a list of date nights in Wichita for under $50!
Meet local Wichita mom Karletta Pergeson. She is the owner of Happily Ever After Parties LLC, princesses and superheroes you can hire.
Now that COVID-19 vaccines are being rolled out nationwide, we’re starting to wonder what this means for our families and routines. How will the vaccines change visits with grandparents, who have been prioritized for immunization?
Pi Day is March 14th. Here is a free math-themed scavenger hunt printable and a list of places in Wichita to get a pie for dessert.
Does anyone else feel like in the past year they haven’t been alone—truly alone—for more than a handful of times? We asked holistic wellness expert Kimberly Snyder to share some of her thoughts on how to make self-care happen.
With spring break coming up this month, it is the perfect time to plan a stay-cation and explore Wichita just like a tourist. So, here are 15 ways to be a tourist in your city.
March is known as Women’s History Month. It is a month to lift female voices. It is a month to celebrate achievements of women and acknowledge all the obstacles and adversity we’ve had to overcome in history. It’s a month to learn more about feminism. So, we wanted to share a list of books for each age to read during March.
Brownthrush Park in West Wichita is a large square in the middle of a neighborhood off Central and Ridge with a fun playground, baseball diamond, and football field.
Do you like supporting local Wichita small businesses? Enjoy when many are all together to make your shopping experience easier and more fun? Well, Shaunte of ICT Pop Up Shop has got you covered! And, she’s also a mom! She’s a Wichita mom-prenuer!
Come join the new Book Club of The Sedgwick County Moms Network. We will read a fun book each month, then gather (either online or in-person) for a fun discussion, treats, and more.
At The Local Moms Network, we’re moms committed to helping other moms. Here are a few ways your can help families in need in Texas right now.
Spending part of their summer at camp is one of those amazing experiences that will stay with your child forever. Use this guide to learn about some of the top sleepaway options throughout the United States.
Amy Palanjian, the Iowa-based mom behind Yummy Toddler Food, shares recipes that even young kids can help with—which is an amazing idea since even the pickiest eaters are more likely to eat what they make!
Redbarn Park in West Wichita is a large square in the middle of a quiet neighborhood with a fun and unique playground and plenty of room to run around.
We love this Valentine’s Day dessert board from our food contributor, CatwithaK Cooks, and think it will for a sweet activity and family-friendly snack. Not only is it colorful and festive, it’s easy to use it as a template and go with any ingredients you have—and your kids will eat!
January isn’t the easiest month under normal circumstances. We scoured the research and picked 9 easy ways to feel better—today.
This year, Chinese New Year falls on Friday, February 12th. Here is a list of books featuring Chinese or American-Chinese protagonists available at bookstores and libraries in the Greater Wichita Area.