Family Fare: Nov. 30. 2013
A brief look at news of interest to area families.
- Underground Railroad event offers glimpse into past Participants have the chance to travel along a virtual Underground Railroad while learning more about the abolitionist time period.
Rouses Point prepares for annual holiday events
The Holiday Train arrives in the village on Thanksgiving night.
Cooling down concerns about febrile seizures
Although seizures can be a major concern to parents and be scary to witness, the vast majority have no lasting effects, Dr. Lewis First writes.
Family Fare: Nov. 16, 2013
Take a look at brief family-related news of note around the North Country.
Tracking blood through the historical record
SUNY Plattsburgh workshop will give students and others an introduction to genealogical research.
People parties are for people, not dogs
Dog devotees must be always vigilant and respectful about others' boundaries, Monica Collins writes.
- Family Fare: Nov. 9, 2013 Take a look at brief family-related news of note around the North Country.
- Book guides families on preparing for crisis situations.
Distinctions between gratitude and indebtedness
People often overlook that "freely given" is the hallmark of volunteering, Mary White writes.
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