Kroger stores in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky now offer trendier Medical ID bracelets at the pharmacy counters.
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Kids can literally bounce off the walls at Lazer Kraze (1335 Donaldson Road), thanks to a new indoor trampoline arena! Perfect for parties or just for beating cabin fever, the trampoline arena operates on a first-come, first-jump policy, complete with safety rules, padded helmets and jump shoes available at no additional cost. Kids can also… Read more »
Since 2009, local moms Melissa Jennings and Shelley King have been blogging as Stockpiling Moms (stockpilingmoms.com) and sharing ideas on living frugally. Jennings shares a couple secrets for you: “Never go to the store without a shopping plan!” she says. “If you do, you will not save as much as when you plan your trip… Read more »
Although he passed away in 2007, the work of Cincinnati artist Charley Harper remains popular. Now kids can enjoy his nature-themed art with the newly released Charley Harper For Kids Collection. Featuring kids’ prints for boys and girls, along with books, puzzles, bookmarks and protective covers for cell phones, laptops and other mobile devices, the… Read more »
Kids of all abilities can take a ride, thanks to the Hamilton County Park District and GameTime’s first universal Zero G-Chair Swing Seat (gametime.com). Designed for ages 2 – 5 and ages 5 – 12, the swing has an oversized locking mechanism that keeps kids safe and secure and you can find them at Winton… Read more »
October is National Hunger Awareness Month, and in an effor to help fill young bellies, Klosterman Baking Company — headquartered here in Cincinnati — is launching a new campaign, Heal the Hunger. Throughout October, Klosterman will donate ten cents to Children’s Hunger Alliance for every bag of breadsticks sold in Cincinnati communities. Just pick up… Read more »