In his book, “Becoming a Jewish Parent,” (Harmony, 1999, $24) Daniel Gordis suggests several questions to ask and steps to take to find a community to join. While you may not find everything you want in one place, you might just find what you need:
Am I looking for a faith community, a place to do spiritual searching? Friends my age, from my part of town? A focus on social action? Continue reading “Finding the Right Congregation”
Movement is something nearly every child enjoys, so expect to have a great time with this principle of visual organization. In the graphic arts, movement is how motion is represented, either as an illusion created by patterns, or real, such as a mobile. Young children tend to be very concrete, so we’ll focus on how they can find and represent things that move. Continue reading “Caught on the Run!”
When you offer each type of class can be just as important as what you offer. After all, you may have a great group strength class, but it might not be well-attended if you offer it at 10 a.m. Continue reading “Schedule”
Kitchen remodeling may be a major job. It can take anywhere from weeks to months to update a kitchen. You can speed up the process of remodeling your kitchen. The following 10 tips will get you on the road to refacing your kitchen more quickly, while still ending up with a finished room that exhibits quality work and attention to details.
Continue reading “Ten Steps to Take to Remodel Your Kitchen”