Tag Archives: Childhood obesity

Snowshoeing Games

Written by Jim Joque Published on March 22, 2005 Basketball, volleyball, football or kickball, you name it and it can be played in the snow on snowshoes.  All you need is a little creativity and modification to the rules.  The bases were loaded and a large orange beach ball was being rolled on a beaten-downContinue Reading

Santa Fun Run 1K/3K, Dec 13th

Bay Harbor December 13, 2014 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM Come trot, skip or run in the 2nd Annual Santa Fun Run 1K / 3K that will take place along a special mapped route with the starting line on Main Street in the Village at Bay Harbor.  Enjoy fun “stations” hosted by our sponsor elvesContinue Reading

2014 Petoskey Turkey Trot, Nov 27th

Join us in Petoskey for our 2nd Turkey Trot celebration that will consist of a 5K Run/Walk that will start and end at Pennsylvania Park downtown. View the race route here! With the sponsor assistance from Blue Cross Blue Shield, Fletch’s Buick GMC Audi, Bay Winds Federal Credit Union, Z93 and 9&10 News, The Grain Train and PrestonContinue Reading

Looking for Christmas gift ideas to get your kids outside this winter?

May of these items can be found locally at Rocking Horse Toy Co.  Supporting local businesses is good for you AND your kids.  www.parentables.howstuffworks.com/slideshows/nesting/10-awesome-outdoor-toys-winter-fun/  

12 Great Outdoor Winter Activities for Kids

Check out this link from the Appalachian Mountain Club for some ideas on what to do with your kids during the cold winter months ahead. www.outdoors.org/publications/outdoors/2012/kids/great-outdoor-winter-activities-for-kids.cfm

Headlands Dark Sky Program

Friday, September 5 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Harvest Moon Dance with Live Music! Dark Sky Viewing Area    The rhythmic rising and setting of sun and moon and stars throughout the season draws forth an abundant harvest from the Earth, and a desire to dance in the rest of us!

Bluestem Farm Hayride & Potluck, Sep 13th

Saturday, Aug 16th 5:30 – 7:30 pm Meet the farmers and get an up-close look at the animals, vegetable gardens, woods, and fields that make up Bluestem Farm, and share a potluck meal. Families welcome. Free. Like farming, this hayride happens rain or shine, but there’s a big barn for cover if the weather’s notContinue Reading

Bluestem Farm Hayride & Potluck, Aug 16th

Saturday, Aug 16th 5:30 – 7:30 pm Meet the farmers and get an up-close look at the animals, vegetable gardens, woods, and fields that make up Bluestem Farm, and share a potluck meal. Families welcome. Free. Like farming, this hayride happens rain or shine, but there’s a big barn for cover if the weather’s notContinue Reading

LTC and Bearcub Outfitters Kids’ Hiking Club Bird Walk

Petoskey Regional Audubon Society (PRAS), Little Traverse Conservancy and Bearcub Outfitters Kids Hiking Club are hosting a Bird Walk on July 5.  The walk begins at 9 a.m. at Spring Lake Park, and will be led by PRAS member, Mary Trout. This free, easy-going walk, will be along the boardwalk and bike path and willContinue Reading

Little Traverse Conservancy Adventure Naturalist Program (ages 9-12)

Ages 9-12. Registration begins June 9th, 2014 and is required. Call Sarah at 231-344-1018. Prorams offered Thursdays 10 am – 12pm.   Adventures in the Sky – June 26 Skyline Trail, Petoskey More than 800 acres of land and an elevation of more than 1,200 feet create dramatic views of the northern Michigan skyline. This sectionContinue Reading